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Campus Resources

Our university offers many types of resources. Interested in getting involved on campus or want to study abroad? The University of San Francisco has a wide array of support for your needs.

Bon Appetit Food Service
University Center 2nd Floor
(415) 422-6294
Contact Us
  • USF Campus Dining Services
Office of Undergraduate Admission
2130 Fulton St.
(415) 422-6563
  • Admission questions, transcript submission, campus tours
University Center 1st Floor
(415) 422-6493
  • Buy textbooks via the web
  • Sell back textbooks
  • School supplies/ USF Paraphernalia
One Card
Lone Mountain 130
(415) 422-7663
  • Provide a centralized means for you to access several key University services, and to provide a convenient way for you to conduct your on-campus business.
Career Services Center
University Center 5th Floor
(415) 422-6216
  • Internships
  • Resume writing/ Interview practice
  • Assessment tests
One Stop
Lone Mountain 251
(415) 422-2020
  • Provides combined services in the areas of Financial Aid, Registration, and Tuition & Billing.
  • Provides tuition and fee benefits to qualified veterans who are accepted and enrolled at the University
Center for Academic and Student Achievement
University Center 3rd floor
(415) 422-5050
  • A hub for support programs, such as academic coaching, counseling, and other programs
Public Safety
University Center 5th floor
(415) 422-4222
  • Provide a safe learning environment by working collaboratively with our campus community.
Center for Global Education
University Center 5th Floor
(415) 422-6848
  • Dedicated to the development of academic and immersion programs throughout the world
School of Management
Malloy Hall
(415) 422-2221
  • Develop a global business perspective, emphasizing social justice and diverse cultures while studying the private, public, or nonprofit sectors
College of Arts & Sciences
Harney 240
(415) 422-6373
Dean's Office Staff
  • Offers various majors and minors, many with specialized concentrations
School of Nursing and Health Professions
Cowell 102
(415) 422-6681
  • Designed to meet the needs of future health care delivery systems
Counseling and Psychological Services
Gillson Lower Level
(415) 422-6352
  • Helps students with relationship, anxiety issues, stress-management
  • Support groups
Student Disability Services
Gleeson LL 20
(415) 422-2613
  • Help USF students with disabilities serve as fully contributing and actively participating members of the University community
Gender and Sexuality Center
University Center 412
(415) 422-4431
  • Support the University's core value of preparing members of the USF community to be men and women for and with others
  • Support the University's commitment to providing individuals with the critical reflection skills necessary to succeed in life
Student Employment
Lone Mountain 251
(415) 422-2020
  • An opportunity for students to earn money to meet their educational expenses and allow them to gain valuable work experience
Gleeson Library | Geschke Center
University of San Francisco
(415) 422-2660
Contact Us
  • Most services available on-line
  • Request books via mail
Student Health Clinic
2250 Hayes Street, Suite 504
 (St. Mary's Office)
(415) 750-5995
1199 Bush Street, Suite 40
0 (St. Francis Office)
(415) 292-3700
  • Committed to quality care and the promotion of optimal health
Health Promotion Services
University Center 5th Floor
(415) 422-5797
  • Direct clinical and insurance services to promote the health of USF students.
Student Housing and Residential Education
University Center, 5th Floor
(415) 422-6824
  • Provide the opportunity for deeper, more meaningful, and connected learning through integration of the residential and academic components
Informational Technology Services (ITS)
Lone Mountain 1st and 2nd Floor
(415) 422-6668
  • Activate computer account- Email/Web
  • Labs located throughout the campus
Student Leadership and Engagement
University Center 4th Floor
(415) 422-7256
  • Helps students get involved with student organizations including Senate, Greek Life, Culturally Focused Clubs, Performing Arts, Academic/Honorary/Professional Associations, and School Spirit
  • Provides leadership programs and opportunities including Magis Emerging Leadership Program, Student Leadership Conference, and Student Leadership Awards
  • Promotes campus events
International Student and Scholar Services
University Center 5th Floor
(415) 422-2654
  • Promotes a global perspective through educational and programmatic outreach
  • Providing support services and immigration advising to international students/scholars
Student Life
University Center
  • support holistic student development within a social justice framework centered in preparing students to be caring, socially responsible citizens in our global and local community
Intercultural Center
University Center 4th Floor
(415) 422-2654
  • Empower individuals to develop as whole persons and by extension, to honor the wholeness in others
Transfer Center
Lone Mountain 200
(415) 422-4505
  • Transfer students make up a unique and coveted population of students at USF that become major contributors to the university's campus community.
  • Degree Evaluation
Koret Health and Recreation Center
(415) 422-6821
Contact Us
  • Providing an outstanding recreational and fitness environment for USF students, faculty, staff, alumni and members
University Ministry
Phelan Lower Level
(415) 422-4463
  • Creates opportunities for University of San Francisco students, faculty, staff , and alumni to explore principles of Ignatian Spirituality and apply them to their studies, careers, and personal lives
Learning and Writing Center
Cowell Room 215
(415) 422-6713
  • Offers assistance to all USF students in their academic pursuits
Access to:
  • University announcements, campus news and USF calendar event information
  • DonsApps - Gmail, Google Calendar, Documents, and Sites
  • Learning Technologies, incl. Blackboard, iTunes U, USFwiki
Mail Room
Hayes-Healy Lower Level
(415) 422-6341
USF's online advising and registration tutorial.
Call (415) 422-4WEB or email
Office of Diversity and Community Outreach  
Lone Mountain 104
(415) 422-2861
  • Enrich the campus climate for diversity and inclusion
  • Strengthen recruitment, retention, achievement and graduation of diverse students
  • Strengthen and promote curricular and co-curricular (cross-cultural) programs related to diversity
  • Enrich the urban community and university community engagement through outreach, service and partnership with diverse communities