- A USF One Card is an important part of campus life, especially for those living in on-campus housing.
- There are more than 1,500 card readers within USF's One Card network.
- The USF One Card Office services approximately 10,000 patrons.
- USF's campus community makes more than 5 million card swipes annually.
- Personal Identification: Your USF One Card identifies you as a member of the USF community.
- Building Access: Your USF One Card serves as a key-card that verifies eligibility and unlocks doors for access into buildings and rooms.
- Debit Account/Meal Plan: You may add prepaid funds to your USF One Card, and then use your card to pay for on-campus expenses.
- Library Privileges: With your USF One Card comes entitlements for access into campus libraries and for book-borrowing privileges.
- Access to On-Campus Printers/Copiers: Swipe your USF One Card on one of the multifunctional (MFP) devices on campus to easily print, scan, copy, and fax.
- Additional Services: Other services related to the USF One Card Program include employment badges, passport photos, and MUNI stickers.
- Merchandise: The One Card office offers holders and reels to keep your One Card secure.
Frequently Asked Questions
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The One Card Office is temporarily closed. Upon reopening, you can visit us on the 5th floor of the University Center.
- One Card: The official campus ID card at USF
- One Card Program: The program that centralizes several key University services, and provides a convenient means with which USF community members may access them
- One Card Office: The office that administers the USF One Card Program
- Don Dollars: The on-campus debit plan, which is optional and available to current USF community members
- Flexi: The room-and-board meal plan, which is required for most USF students living on campus