Frequently Asked Questions
USF One Card
The USF One Card Office administers USF's One Card Program. Our objectives are to 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.
Types of One Cards
The GET Mobile App is an online and mobile platform that allows for quick and convenient access to Don Dollars, Mobile Access, Balance Tracking, and more.
The GET Mobile App is accessible for anyone to use with a Smartphone. The Mobile USF One Card is currently only available for eligible iOS users.
Your Mobile One Card works just like any other card or pass you add to your Apple Wallet. The Apple Wallet is a popular way to keep bank cards, boarding passes, and more available in one place on your Apple devices. The Mobile USF One Card may now also be added to the Apple Wallet and may be configured to function in one of two ways:
- With Express Mode turned on (default): You approach the reader with your iPhone or Apple Watch without needing to authenticate via Face ID or Touch ID, enabling an extremely fast, frictionless transaction experience designed for campus use.
- With Express Mode turned off (optional): You will need to use Touch ID or Face ID to perform campus card transactions.
If you don't want to use Express Mode, you can turn it off by:
- Opening your Apple Wallet
- Tapping the ellipses found at the top right corner to access the back of your ID card
- Tap the Express Mode on/off button.
Once you've completed these steps, you will then need to use Touch ID or Face ID to perform campus card transactions.
Mobile One Card
Your Mobile USF One Card can be used everywhere your USF One card is used, such as:
- General building access
- Printing locations
- Campus Bookstore
Once the Mobile One Card has been set up on your smartphone device, the plastic card will no longer be active.
On iPhone XS, XS Max, XR, and newer devices, Express Mode with power reserve is available for up to 5 hours after the device's battery needs to be charged.
Mobile One Card in Apple Wallet can be used even if the iPhone or Apple Watch does not have network connectivity, as the Mobile One Card is stored on your device.
You can use Find My to suspend or deactivate your Mobile One Card in Apple Wallet. Instructions for Lost/Found Apple devices and Find My iPhone are located here. To deactivate the card in the Wallet for that device, you can log into the One Card website to mark your device as lost or contact the One Card Office at (415)422-7663 for assistance.
To reactivate a found device, log into the One Card website and mark your device as found.
To use any USF printer, simply tap the Mobile One Card against the white and yellow "Tap Here" sticker at the front of the printer, located to the left to the touch screen. You will be signed in to your account and able to print, scan, or make copies. For more information regarding printing/copying, please contact Purchasing.
Found cards should be returned to the One Card Office (University Center 5th Floor). (Please note: Due to health and safety measures in place in response to COVID-19, Public Safety Dispatch can be contacted in the event a lost One Card is found. They can be reached at 415-422-4201 and firstname.lastname@example.org.)
There is a $15 fee for replacement cards. One Cards that are printed due to an update to your photo will also cost $15. There is a $5 fee if you exchange an old One Card for a new one.
Funds will deposit to your Don Dollars account instantly. If, after one business day, your payment has not been processed, we suggest you view the transactions associated with the credit/debit card used. If your credit/debit card account shows the money has been withdrawn, but your Don Dollars account does not reflect this, please email the One Card Office.
Don Dollars belong to an optional but highly recommended on-campus debit account. The Don Dollars program is administered by the USF One Card Office and enables you to conveniently make purchases throughout USF via your USF One Card.
Flexi is USF's room and board meal plan, and is required of students living in on-campus housing (with the exception of those living in Loyola Village, Fulton House, and Pedro Arrupe Residence Halls).