One Card for Students

Obtaining Your Student Card

If you are a new student, you will be able to set up access to your campus location using your mobile device as soon as your information is in the card system. Simply visit the Obtaining a Card page within myUSF for detailed set up information and help with determining which options best fits your needs if you have an iOS or Android mobile device.

Log into Online ID Express

Account Services

Your USF One Card enables you to use two important services: the Don Dollars debit program and, as is usually the case if you live on campus, the Flexi Meal Plan. Linked to your student account, both services are designed to expedite purchases at on-campus stores and cafeterias as well as minimize the need to carry cash daily.

MANAGE YOUR ACCOUNT

  • Turn personal funds into Don Dollars
  • Monitor your Flexi Meal Plan transactions
  • Keep track of your Don Dollars balance and spending history

Building Access

All current USF students and employees have access to certain locations on campus. Default access allows students to enter most public facilities on campus, including: University Center (where the main cafeteria, bookstore, and many student services are located), Gleeson Library and Geschke Learning Resource Center, and Koret Health and Recreation Center.

In addition to default access, access can be placed on a USF cardholder's account based upon their association with certain points on campus (such as their residence hall or school). Student workers who need access beyond default and association privileges may be granted additional access to certain areas. Alarm code access may also be granted to authorized USF employees.

Contact Info

One Card Office

CLOSED temporarily, until further safety updates are issued by the city and county of San Francisco

University Center, 5th Floor (415) 422-7663 (415) 422-6664

Holiday & Break Hours

‚ÄčThe One Card office is closed on University holidays and over holiday weekends. There are 9am-5pm, Mon-Fri hours during break and final exam periods.