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STUDENT HOUSING

Residence Halls

First Year Students

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Fromm

Renovated in 2003, Fromm Hall is a popular residence hall for women. Offering easy access to the Koret and Library, Fromm is a quiet community not far from the lively center of campus.

Gillson

Gillson Hall is one of two residence halls designed exclusively for first-year students. Here they connect with new friends, take part in student programs, and discover a sense of belonging at USF.

Hayes-Healy

Hayes-Healy Hall is one of two residence halls designed exclusively for first-year students. Here they connect with new friends, take part in student programs, and discover a sense of belonging at USF.

Toler

Located in the center of campus, Toler Hall is just steps away from the bookstore, classroom buildings, and dining locations. This residence hall houses a dynamic community where students can discover a sense of belonging at USF.

Second Year, Continuing, and Transfer Students

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Lone Mountain North

Situated on the crest of a hill, Lone Mountain overlooks the USF campus and offers students spectacular views of the surrounding areas, including the Golden Gate Bridge, Marin Headlands, and Farallon Islands.

Lone Mountain East

Perched on the eastern edge of the Hilltop, Lone Mountain East is a new residence hall that overlooks the Golden Gate Bridge, Marin Headlands, and Farallon Islands. Its two buildings connected by an aerial walkway create four separate interior courtyards, offering Dons the experience of independent city living alongside the convenience of being on campus.

Loyola Village

Situated on the north face of Lone Mountain, Loyola Village is a 136-unit condominium complex that offers apartment-style living within walking distance of the campus. Here mature students can begin the transition to independent off-campus living in a secure complex that houses other faculty, staff, and students.

Pedro Arrupe

Located one mile from USF, Pedro Arrupe allows students to live in a traditional residence hall setting away from campus. This handsome red brick building affords students a safe, secure community to connect with peers and engage in learning.

Graduate Students

Located 1.5 miles from USF, the St. Anne's building offers law students a place to live off campus a short bus ride away in the Inner Sunset neighborhood. 

Located on Fulton Street behind Toler Hall, Fulton House houses students enrolled in the Higher Education and Student Affairs program as well as other general graduate students.

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Fulton Flats

Leased housing facility located three blocks from campus. Fulton Flats is a brand new building opened Fall 2021 for continuing and mainly graduate students and is made up of four individual condo-style units.