Sacramento USF Campus

Student Services

USF Sacramento staff and students maintain close relationships with all departments at the main Hilltop Campus. Each year, these departments attend the annual Resource Fair at the USF Sacramento Campus, highlighting their services and encouraging students to utilize their resources at USF.

  • Students with academic concerns and questions can set up an appointment with their Center for Academic and Student Achievement (CASA) success coach. Drop-in hours are available.


  • Career Services Center offers resume writing skills workshops, career and internship fairs, job listings, and opportunities to interview with prospective employers. The Career Advisor Network consists of USF alumni, working in a wide range of fields, who want to support you both before and after you graduate.

    Career Services Center

  • It’s no secret that working towards your degree can be stressful, just like life itself sometimes. At USF, we want you to know that you are never alone, no matter how lonely you might feel. Our Counseling and Psychological Services program is here to help and support you. You’re able to receive brief individual or couples therapy, and if you require or desire longer-term counseling, you’ll receive the referrals you need. We’re here, so please don’t suffer in silence.

    Counseling and Psychological Services

  • The Cultural Centers include the Gender & Sexuality Center and the Intercultural Center. The centers serve as both physical spaces on campus to build community, and as outlets for student-run programs that explore social issues and identity. The Cultural Centers bring students together to increase their understanding, and embrace their roles, as members of a diverse community on the local and global levels.

    Cultural Centers

  • A wide variety of resources are available through Gleeson Library. Online books, journal articles, document delivery, and videos comprise the offered materials, while online research help class instruction, and research guides provide guidance in using them. See the library’s Online & Distance Services page for key services.

    Gleeson Library

  • USF's thousands of alumni span the globe and provide career mentoring and networking opportunities for students and graduates. Find out more about about services available through Alumni Relations, or for information regarding a local Alumni Regional Council.

    Alumni Association

  • Students can schedule meetings with Health Promotion Services staff to get information and support around budgeting/finances, drinking behaviors and bystander intervention, immunizations, insurance/Aetna claims, stopping smoking, nutrition support and information, and wellness coaching.

    Health Promotion Services

  • To fulfill our mission, ISSS offers orientation programs, immigration advising and document support, informational workshops, educational programs, and advocacy/training. ISSS assists various student groups and hosts educational programming to promote the global mission of the University. ISSS also advises the International Student Association student club.


  • Students can get free tutoring, writing assistance, coaching, public speaking coaching, and other communication-related support through these centers, located at the lower level of Gleeson Library. The Learning, Writing, and Speaking Centers also offer assistance and workshops via phone or video conference.

    Learning, Writing, and Speaking Centers

  • When looking at housing in the Sacramento area, it is important to know that supply, demand, and cost are constantly changing. So be diligent and research a few neighborhoods that catch your interest. On our website below, the Sacramento Campus team has outlined some of the more common places students live, resources they use, and information about our Regional Transit.

    Off-Campus Living

  • Student Disability Services works to promote awareness of disability and accessibility concerns across all campuses. No matter which additional campus you attend, you can contact the disability office and register by phone or online. The main office will work with you remotely to address your needs, and appointments can be scheduled either at the main campus or over the phone.

    Student Disability Services

  • University Ministry is here for you. University Ministry staff, and Resident Ministers, are here to support you in developing a robust life of faith and commitment to justice which is the hallmark of Jesuit education. All of our programs are open to USF community members of all faiths, beliefs, and identities. All are welcome.

    University Ministry