Next Steps: BSM Transfer Students (Fall)

Welcome to the USF community! We have listed your Next Steps here so that you will have a smooth transition to USF and complete important deadlines required of all new students.


Your myUSF account will give you access to the USF network, your USF email, and other services. You'll use your account to make your enrollment deposit, register for classes, apply for housing, and more. Here's how you set up your myUSF account:

  • Go to and enter the username provided in your admission letter in the Username box.
  • Leave the password box blank (your USF ID number is NOT your password).
  • Click on "Problems signing in?"
    leave the password box blank and click "problems signing in?"
  • Select "Reset Password."
    Select reset password
  • You will be asked to retype your username.
    reenter your username
  • The next screen will ask for a code. Check your email for a code from Make sure to check your spam folder, too.
    enter a temporary code emailed to you from
  • Enter the temporary code in the box. 
  • You will be guided through the steps to create a new password.

Deadline: ASAP. A myUSF account is required for the rest of the steps in this process.

Office of BSM Admission
University of San Francisco
6120 Stoneridge Mall Rd, Ste 150, Pleasanton, CA 94588
Tel: (415) 422-4892


To confirm your enrollment and reserve your spot at USF, you must make a non-refundable enrollment deposit of $250.

Pay online:
Log into myUSF. Click on the "Deposit" button on the home screen and follow the instructions through the checkout process.

Deadline: You must submit your enrollment deposit within one week of receipt of your admission letter.

Office of BSM Admission
University of San Francisco
6120 Stoneridge Mall Rd, Ste 150, Pleasanton, CA 94588
Tel: (415) 422-4892


A quick reminder: In order to verify and accept your financial aid offer from USF, you must:

  • Have set up your myUSF account (Step 1)
  • Have submitted a completed FAFSA

Once we have your completed FAFSA, the Financial Aid office will send you both a paper award letter and email.

In order for your financial aid to be reflected on your student account/bill, you’ll need to officially accept or decline your federal loans and complete any outstanding requirements. 

Starting late March, please visit the Financial Aid guide for how to view and accept your financial aid offer. If you are accepting federal loans as part of your financial aid offer, please make sure to read the instructions about completing your Master Promissory Note (MPN) and Entrance Counseling.

Deadline: We recommend that you accept your financial aid offer as soon as possible after you receive it so that any aid will be credited to your tuition and other charges when payment is due.

Veterans: Please contact our Veterans team at to ensure that they have everything they need to process your benefits (e.g. Post-9/11 (Chapter 33) benefit, Yellow Ribbon Scholarship, etc.).

Undocumented students:

Although undocumented students are not eligible to receive federal aid, there are a variety of scholarships, grants, and loans for which you may be eligible, including Cal Grants or University Grants through the California DREAM Act.

We are committed to empowering undocumented students to bolster their future as college graduates. For more information, please see USF's Task Force to Support Undocumented Students.

Non-U.S. citizens:
If you a non-citizen, you may be eligible for certain types of financial aid. To see if you qualify, please visit the Federal Student Aid website.

Financial Aid Office, Lone Mountain Main, Room 203
2800 Turk Street, San Francisco CA 94118
Tel: (415) 422-3387, Fax: (415) 422-6084
Email: Web:


All BSM students are required to provide transcripts for any college work not previously received. If your USF Applicant Status page shows that you're missing any transcripts, please have the institution send them to us directly.

Official transcripts can be sent to:

Office of BSM Admission
University of San Francisco
6120 Stoneridge Mall Road, Ste 150
Pleasanton, CA 94588

College credit:
To see how your college credit might transfer to USF, please visit our AP/IB/College credit page. We also recommend that you check your degree evaluation, which will show how your AP/IB/College credit may have transferred to USF credit. To view your degree evaluation, log into the myUSF dashboard, click on the Banner Self Service (Student) box, then Student Records → Degree Evaluation.

Missing transfer credit on your degree evaluation? Please contact your Enrollment Counselor.

Office of BSM Admission
University of San Francisco
6120 Stoneridge Mall Rd, Ste 150, Pleasanton, CA 94588
Tel: (415) 422-4892


Webtrack Advising is our online class registration process for first-time students. It will guide you through the online class registration process and explain which classes to register for.

  • Watch the advising tutorials (30–45 minutes)
    Starting May 1, go to the BSM Webtrack page to watch the advising video tutorials. Work your way through the videos until you've watched all the videos. You'll learn about graduation requirements, our Core Curriculum, placement tests, and more.

    As you're going through the videos, keep a list of courses you'll need to register for so you'll be ready for registration.
  • Complete the Webtrack quiz (5 minutes)
    After watching the Webtrack videos, you must pass a quiz to be cleared for class registration. The quiz will be available starting May 19. 

    If you do not pass the Webtrack quiz, you will be unable to register for classes because you will have a hold on your student account that prevents you from registering. This hold is removed after you complete and pass the Webtrack quiz.
  • Get ready to register for classes
    Registration for classes begins 9 a.m. PT on June 2.
  • For both the Downtown SF and Pleasanton cohorts, the first day of classes is Thursday, August 26 from 6 – 10 p.m. All fall 2021 classes will be remote.

Deadline: Webtrack videos will be ready for you to watch starting May 1. You should complete the tutorial and quiz before class registration opens on June 2.

Office of BSM Admission
University of San Francisco
6120 Stoneridge Mall Rd, Ste 150, Pleasanton, CA 94588
Tel: (415) 422-4892

For log-in or technical difficulties:
Tel: (415) 422-6668, Email:


New students can begin registering for classes on June 2 once they have watched the advising tutorial and completed the quiz. For detailed instructions on how to register, refer back to the Webtrack tutorial.

Fall 2021 classes will be remote for both the Pleasanton and Downtown SF cohorts. You should register for these classes:

  • INTD 310 - Interdisciplinary Research and Writing
  • INTD 311 - Ethics and Society

Review your Degree Evaluation: Your USF degree evaluation will show how credits from your previous institution may have transferred to USF. To view your degree evaluation, log into myUSF dashboard, click on the Banner Self Service (Student) box, then Student Records → Degree Evaluation.

Office of BSM Admission
University of San Francisco
6120 Stoneridge Mall Rd, Ste 150, Pleasanton, CA 94588
Tel: (415) 422-4892


The Office of BSM Admission will be in touch with more detailed information regarding the mandatory New Student Orientation for Bachelor of Science in Management students to take place in August 2021.

Students at the Pleasanton and Downtown San Francisco Campuses will also participate in a campus introductory meeting during the first week of classes. The Office of BSM Admission will provide details.


For general information about this year's undergraduate costs, visit the Tuition and Fees page.

Access your bill:
In early July, after you have registered for classes, you will receive an email that your official billing statement for fall is available online. Access your bill by logging in to myUSF and clicking on the View & Pay box.

From there, you can make a payment or view current account activity from the "Your Account" window. You can view your statements from the "Your Bills" window. You will not receive a paper bill.

Payment for the fall semester is due August 1. If you register for classes after August 1, you must be prepared to pay the balance due at the time of registration, or you must enroll in the semester payment plan.

If you do not see your financial aid applied to your bill, you might have outstanding requirements before the financial aid can be applied. Check your financial aid status by going to → Banner Self Service (Student) → Financial Aid, or contact the Financial Aid Office (Step 3).

Choose your method of payment:
You may pay your tuition using online e-check, personal checks, international bank wire transfer, or by signing up for the semester payment plan. For more information, please visit the payment methods page.

Set up an authorized payer:
Authorized payers are parents, spouses, employers, etc., who can view bills and make payments online. To set up an authorized payer, go to View & Pay, then click the Add New link located in the Parents and Authorized Payers window. For instructions to make a payment as an Authorized Payer, please visit the Authorized Payer page.

Deadline: Students must make payment in full or enroll in a semester payment plan by August 1. Failure to meet the payment deadline may result in cancellation of your course registration.

Subsequent deadlines are January 1 (spring semester and intersession) and May 1 (summer).

Office of Student Accounts, Lone Mountain, Room
2130 Fulton St, San Francisco, CA 94117
Tel: (415) 422-2571


All USF students are issued a university photo ID card called a USF One Card. A USF One Card is an important part of campus life, especially for those living in on-campus housing. You will need your One Card to move into your residence hall, access USF buildings and facilities, add funds to your meal plan and Don Dollars debit account, borrow books from the library, and more. 

Upload a photo to your One Card account

  • Pick a recent color photograph of yourself facing directly towards the camera and showing your entire head and shoulders. No sunglasses or hats allowed, and no group photos. Save the photo as a JPG or JPEG. Your photo will be rejected if it is black and white, blurry, off-center, facing sideways, too close or too far, etc. 
  • Log in to One Card Online using your myUSF username and password 
  • Click on "Submit ID Photo" on the menu
  • Click "Upload Photo" and submit your photo.

After submitting your photo, we'll email you to let you know if your photo was approved. If your photo is rejected, you will be asked to submit a new one.

Get your mobile One Card
Learn how to access your mobile USF One Card on iOS or Android.

Deadline: Upload a photo by August 14 so that your card will be ready for the start of the semester. 

USF One Card Office

University Center, 5th floor
Monday-Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday-Sunday: CLOSED
2130 Fulton St, San Francisco, CA 94117
Tel: (415) 422-7663, Fax: (415) 422-6664
Email:, Web:



Get immunized:
Students born on or after January 1, 1957, must submit evidence of two doses of MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella) immunization. If proof of immunization for MMR is not available, a blood titer showing immunity for the disease will be accepted.

Submit proof:
The Health Promotion Services has partnered with Med+Proctor for the collection of all immunization records. Students can visit the immunization page for further directions on how to submit their immunizations.

Save a copy:
All students are strongly encouraged to keep a copy of their immunization records for future reference.

Failure to submit proof of immunizations by the appropriate deadline will result in a $100 fine, and may also result in a registration hold on your student account.

Deadline: August 15 by 5 p.m.

Health Promotion Services
2130 Fulton St, San Francisco, CA 94117 Tel: (415) 422-5797


As we strive together to create a socially responsible learning community, USF requires that all students complete three research-based, online training courses. If you do not complete the courses by the Aug 1 deadline will be charged a $100 late fine.

You are required to complete all three online courses before arriving on campus.

Not Anymore

Not Anymore for undergraduate students is composed of two modules, Alcohol and Other Drugs, and Sexual Violence Prevention.

The Alcohol and Other Drugs module is designed to educate students on the risks of the misuse and abuse of alcohol and other drugs and to teach successful strategies for handling dangerous situations related to these substances. The Sexual Violence Prevention module unpacks and sheds light on the realities and misconceptions of issues such as sexual assault, relationship violence, and rape. 

You will receive an invitation via email when your course becomes available. If you do not receive an email, please contact Please complete the course by Aug 1, otherwise you will be charged a $100 late fine.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)

DEI equips you with the skills to thrive in and sustain a culture of inclusive excellence.

You should receive an email from EverFi to complete the course. If you have not received the email, please contact us at or Lucy Zhu at Please complete the course by Aug 15, otherwise you will be charged a $100 late fine.

Staying Healthy in a Changing Environment for Students on Campus

This course is required for all students, whether or not you'll be joining us on campus. This course will review COVID-19 basics and best practices for physical safety, promoting mental wellness and health, working remotely and staying productive from afar, and returning to an in-person learning environment.

You should receive an email from EverFi to complete the course. If you have not received the email, please contact us at Please complete the course by Aug 1, otherwise you will be charged a $100 late fine.

Thank you for helping us create a safe and inclusive campus environment for all.

Deadline: August 1 to complete all three online programs

STEP 12: CONFIRM YOUR HEALTH INSURANCE (for BSM students taking 9+ units)

As a condition of enrollment, the University of San Francisco requires students to have a health insurance plan, both to protect against unexpected high medical costs and to provide access to quality care.

USF plan:
All undergraduate students registered for nine credit hours or more will be automatically enrolled in and charged for the USF-sponsored Student Health Insurance Plan.

Waive USF plan:
Students who have a health insurance plan with coverage comparable (equal or better) to the USF-sponsored plan can waive the student health insurance plan online by visiting the Health Insurance Policy page. The waiver period begins June 6 and ends September 1.

Deadline: September 1 by 5 p.m.
If you do not waive the insurance requirement by September 1, you will be automatically enrolled in and charged for the USF-sponsored plan.

Health Promotion Services, UC Fifth Floor
2130 Fulton St, San Francisco, CA 94117
Tel: (415) 422-5797, Fax: (888) 471-2290


The Family Educational Right and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law that protects the privacy of student education records.

  • Privacy of Records:
    Under federal law, students' records (including grades, GPA, class schedule, tuition and billing records and more) cannot be disclosed to any third party, even parents, without the written authorization of the student (some exceptions apply). To learn more about your FERPA rights, go to the Loading... page.
  • Student Consent to Release Information:
    Students who wish to allow a third-party (parents, siblings, etc.) to view their education records must submit a form authorizing the access. Access can be granted to academic records, tuition and billing records, and/or financial aid records. Go to the student consent page for instructions on how to submit the form.
  • What if I don't submit the Student Consent to Release Information form?
    If you do not authorize your parents to have access to your records, USF will not disclose any information to them. This means that your parents will not be able to call USF to find out information about your financial aid or balance even if they are helping you pay your tuition.
  • The Fogcutter Student Handbook:
    The Fogcutter Student Handbook contains standards of conduct and other important University Policies and Procedures that have been established to guarantee each student's freedom to learn, to protect the fundamental rights of the campus community and to assist the University achieve its objectives as a Catholic, Jesuit University. Every student at USF is responsible for knowing and upholding the behavioral expectations set forth by the Student Conduct Code and University policies. The Handbook also includes information about the resources, programs and services designed to promote students' academic and developmental success. In efforts to reduce our environmental footprint and increase efficiency of communication, this important and invaluable resource is available online only and can be found at If you need alternative versions of the Fogcutter Student Handbook, please contact the Student Disability Services office ((415) 422-2613, (415) 422-5834 for TDD).
  • Title IX:
    The University of San Francisco is committed to providing an environment free from gender-based discrimination or harassment. As such, USF does not tolerate any kind of gender-based discrimination or harassment, which includes sexual assault, sexual harassment, and gender-based harassment. For more information on our policies, please visit:

Deadline: You should know your rights and responsibilities before you arrive on campus.