Parking Updates

Parking Disruptions During Campus Construction

Parking Lots Currently Offline:

  • Malloy Pavilion Top Lot off line till - end of May 2024. 

All other campus parking lots will remain open including: the Koret lot, the Gleeson lots, School of Education lot, Lone Mountain East Building 1 & Building 2 garages, and the Kendrick garage. Those with valid USF parking permits are allowed to use these other lots. 

Valet Services for 2022-2023 Academic Year

parking lots with valet services:

  • Koret Upper and Lower Lot - valet services available until May 2023 (with the exception of holidays and campus closure)

There are many options for alternative transportation in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Electric Vehicle Charging

USF offers eighteen Level 2 electric vehicle charging ports on campus for use by faculty and staff to charge their electric vehicles. The charging stations are located in Koret Lot and both garages at Lone Mountain East. To utilize the charging stations, you must have a valid USF faculty/staff parking permit and a ChargePoint user account. You can download ChargePoint's free mobile app from the Apple App Store or Google Play. You must also request a connection (Please visit How to Connect with USF Instructions) with USF via the ChargePoint app before your first charging session on campus. Drivers will only need to request a connection once, approval is automatic and instantaneous, and the process only takes a couple of minutes. Users will be charged based on the amount of electricity used during each charging session at a rate of $0.308 per kilowatt-hour (approximately $2.03 per hour at maximum charging speed). This rate is subject to change with utility electricity costs. Questions regarding use of the charging stations should be directed to Richard Hsu in the Office of Sustainability. As a reminder, personal charging cords are not authorized for use. Those who are found in violation will be cited.

PLEASE NOTE: We will be increasing our EV charging rate to $0.368 per kilowatt-hour (approximately $2.43 per hour at maximum charging speed), effective June 1, 2024, in response to several utility rate increases this year.