Campus Resources

USF offers a wide range or resources to help students make the most of their college experience. Below are important resources you may find useful:

USF Connect

Provides access to your USF student account, including your @usfca.edu email, course schedule, bill, transcripts, and course websites on Blackboard or Instructure Canvas.

OneCard

Acts as your student ID, provides access to campus resources, and can even be used to pay for meals on campus. The OneCard office is located in Lone Mountain (follow the signs once you enter).

Student Enrollment Services

Provides combined services in areas of financial aid, registration, and tuition and billing. The Student Enrollment Services Office is located in Lone Mountain (follow the signs once you enter).

USF General Catalog

Contains information about courses, campus resources and student services, and academic policies cheating, student conduct, and the privacy of student records.

USF Graduate Student Regulations

Contains academic policies specific to all graduate students at USF, including GPA calculation, probation, disqualification, and how to apply for graduation.

Fogcutter Student Handbook

Contains information on student resources and programs, student conduct (including the alcohol and drug policies, harassment and hazing policies, and non-discrimination policy), and the academic honor code.

International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS)

Provides support services and immigration advising for international students.

Center for Academic and Student Achievement (CASA)

Provides compassionate academic and personal support for students, and assists with processing academic forms such as add/drop forms.

Learning and Writing Center (LWC)

Provides students with opportunities to increase and enhance their academic skills and abilities. Offers writing appointments to help you improve a paper.

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Assists students in developing greater self-understanding and help resolve problems that interfere with their optimal personal functioning.

Student Disability Services (SDS)

Helps students with disabilities by ensuring that students have equal access to all areas of student life and receive appropriate educational support.