We are committed to ensuring you have access to the support services needed during the upcoming term. In order to best support students, we are making key student services as accessible as possible.
The Center for Academic and Student Achievement (CASA) provides academic and personal support to all undergraduate students. Your CASA coach is here to empower you to achieve your academic goals, connect you to the academic resources you need, assist in developing your academic skills, and provide a supportive environment that promotes the personal growth of all our students and the values of Jesuit education.
Learn More About Us
Visit us on our website to learn more about our services, booking appointments, drop-in hours, and other resources.
Please make an online or phone appointment with your academic success coach via the Student Hub.
Email email@example.com or call us at (415) 422-5050.
Follow us on Instagram: @usfca_casa
Check out the CASA website regularly to receive up-to-date information and workshop/event offerings throughout the fall semester.
We are here to support USF students — classes are in-person and online and so is Gleeson Library. Librarians and staff are committed to providing access to information and research services during the fall semester.
Gleeson Library is open and we're excited to have everyone back on campus. Please keep an eye on library hours as they may change during the semester.
A few key library services that can be helpful to undergraduate and graduate students during the fall term:
Librarians are available in-person and online by appointment to students for individual or small-group research consultations and our 24/7 chat with a librarian service that we offer in partnership with the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities is up and running.
All of our databases, ebooks, online journals, and streaming videos are available as usual — start your search on the library homepage. Curated research guides are available to assist with finding and using library resources.
Our Special Collections and University Archives team is also available to answer questions pertaining to campus history, and rare and unique collections. Online resources also include Digital Collections, which contains the USF Yearbook, The Foghorn, and materials from the Donohue Rare Book Room; as well as the Scholarship Repository, a collection of scholarly output from the USF community.
Gleeson Library now ships circulating books and media to current students at their home address. Shipping is free and includes pre-paid shipping labels for returning materials back to the library. Find out more about how to request home shipping. If your research requires difficult to find resources, our Interlibrary Loan (ILL) service allows online access to electronic articles and book chapters beyond our collections.
See the most up to date information about due dates, borrowing, returning, and renewing library materials and read more about Gleeson Library’s online operations during the fall term.
ITS is offering LiveChat and Phone support for students needing assistance with mobile device issues, login assistance, account setup, and connection issues with Wifi and Ethernet. ITS can also utilize a remote support tool called TeamViewer to assist you if you are having computer application issues. If you would like to request in-person assistance, please reach out to us remotely first and ITS will create an appointment for you to come in if remote assistance does not resolve the issue for you.
The Cultural Centers include the Gender & Sexuality Center (GSC) and the Intercultural Center (IC). The IC is our campus’ center for students of color and students who are working in solidarity towards social justice at the intersections of race, ethnicity, class, and culture. The GSC is our campus’ gender justice and LGBTQ+ resource center, for student development opportunities and support.
Follow us on Instagram (@ccusfca) to be updated on our latest offerings.
The mission of New Student & Family Programs is to provide new students the information and activities needed to transition smoothly to the University of San Francisco, and promote an ongoing relationship between families of all USF students and the University in support of their students’ success at USF.
- Your Guide to USF
- New Student and Family Orientation
- USF 101
- Weeks of Welcome
- Family Newsletters
- Family Weekend
Your active participation in these programs is an essential start to your experience as a new student and family member. Our programs serve as an introduction to our campus community. They provide a robust framework on which to build your overall success at USF.
Connect with Us
Be sure to connect with your GO Team leader (you should consider applying in January) throughout the fall semester if you have any questions about college life. They will be connecting with you throughout the fall to make sure you are aware of campus events and get you connected with other students at USF. Reach out to us via email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Instagram @goteamUSF.
Reach out to us at Student Leadership and Engagement whenever is best for you! We reply to emails, and messages 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Email us email@example.com or follow and DM us @usfsle on Instagram. During the fall remote semester our staff, services, and support will all be available.
Student organizations, student leaders, advisers, and students looking to get involved can still count on SLE as you have in the past. We are available over zoom for appointments, consultations, and meetings. We will also be offering our signature programs in adapted virtual formats, including:
- Organizational training/support
- Involvement Fair
- Magis Emerging Leadership program
- McGrath Scholars
- Student Leadership Conference
- CliftonStrengths workshops
- and more
Check your Dons email inbox for weekly Phoenix and DonsConnect newsletters for all of the programs and events especially for USF students each Monday and be on the lookout for the return of our podcast: Activity Time.
The Recreational Sports Department offers USF students free and discounted recreational sports activities, wellness programs, and fitness services to encourage sportsmanship, teamwork, physical fitness and resilience at USF. The department provides opportunities to help students build communities of support, develop leadership skills and increase engagement to the campus.
- Group Fitness Classes (Zoom for Summer 2021/Hybrid for Fall 2021)
- Intramural Sports
- Club Sports
- Outdoor Adventure Trips (Fall 2021 Schedule Coming Soon!)
- Welcome Weekend Trips (Freshmen/Transfer Students Only)
- On-Demand Fitness Content
- Personal Training
- Swim Lessons
- Lifeguard Certification Courses
- Self-Defense 101
- Student Employment
All students can join CAPS online workshop series, request a consultation or referral, and access our extensive website resources.
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is offering remote individual and group teletherapy to students residing within California via a secure, confidential platform. You may choose to interact either by video or telephone and can engage in Single Session Therapy (SST) or in brief ongoing therapy.
Interjurisdictional regulations prevent the provision of therapy across state lines. There are no fees for services.
Make an Appointment
Our All Hours “warmline” can be contacted by calling (855) 531-0761 or you can use the peer-led Crisis Textline—text HOME to 741741.
Concerned About a Student?
If you are concerned about a student and would like someone to follow up with them, please contact the Dean of Students Office at (415) 422-5330.
If you, or someone you know, is at immediate risk of harm to self or others please contact Public Safety at (415) 422-4201.
The Career Services Center (CSC) is here to support you in any way we can for all of your job, internship, and career related needs. All of our resources including counseling appointments, career success workshops and job and internship search tools are available via Zoom and online. All employer recruiting events during the Fall 2021 semester will be entirely virtual.
We want to remind you that it’s never, ever too early to get started using our services. Don’t have a resume? No problem. We’ll help you write one. Not sure how to best use LinkedIn? We can show you. Wondering how to look for jobs and internships? We’ve got you covered there too. Whenever you’re ready, we’re here to help you take that next step.
Career Office Hours - Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 11:45am -12:45pm simultaneously on University Center First Floor and Lone Mountain (location to be determined).
just pop in and ask a question without an appointment!
1:1 Counseling Appointments - Schedule via Handshake
Career Fairs, Jobs Database/Internships, Employer Pop-Ins, Career Weeks, and more - Check out on Handshake
We are offering all services remotely for student convenience and safety. We're dedicated to the development of academic and immersion programs throughout the world and to the creation of an educational environment at home and abroad where students are challenged and inspired to enhance their social and intellectual awareness by exploring different cultures, lifestyles, values, and beliefs. USF has over 100 programs in more than 40 different countries worldwide.
Meet with an Adviser
To meet with a Study Abroad Adviser, please fill out a Study Abroad Interest Form and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an appointment. Please note that all CGE information meetings and appointments will be conducted via Zoom, and students will be notified before the event with instructions for the Zoom information.
Health Promotion Services offers health services and opportunities that promote wellness, stimulate better health awareness, and foster a vibrant and safe campus community for student academic success and retention.
The ISSS office will offer all services in-person and remotely for student convenience and safety. View the ISSS website to learn more about
Submit a Request through MyISSS
You can submit your request online or log directly into your MyISSS account to view the status of your request.
Please note that all ISSS workshops and appointments will be conducted via Zoom, and students will be notified before the event with instructions for the Zoom information. ISSS has adjusted our workshop and appointment schedule to offer more convenient options for students who are in a different time-zone.
In Spring 2022 The Learning, Writing, and Speaking Centers (LWSC) will continue our services, with both in-person and virtual availability for students. We're here for you!
In-person services include Peer Tutoring appointments, Peer Led Team Learning (PLTL) sessions, Academic Skills Coaching appointments, Writing Center consultations, and Speaking Center appointments.
Online services include Supplemental Instruction (SI) Sessions, Peer Tutoring appointments, Academic Skills Coaching appointments, Writing Center consultations, and Speaking Center appointments.
Visit the Student Hub to make an appointment for subject tutoring, for academic skills coaching, with the writing center, and/or with the speaking center.
The office of Off Campus Living will remain open and dedicated to serving our current off campus student population, as well as those who are seeking to live in San Francisco. Our team is here to support your off campus living experience during this unprecedented time. We have and continue to offer support through virtual coaching meetings on topics such as: creating a healthy living agreement, staying safe in a shared environment, working through roommate conflicts, landlord and lease negotiations, knowing your rights as a tenant, issues of housing insecurity and steps for the overall housing search process in the time of COVID.
Associate Director: Andrea Rocha, M.Ed: email@example.com
Peer Educators: Elisa Suarez and Alaia Zaki
For those students who need disability-related accommodations, SDS will offer remote registration and intake appointments. Once a student is registered with SDS, you can stay in touch with your specialist via Zoom, email, and/or phone appointments.
The Office of the Dean of Students is a central place for you and other members of the University community to receive assistance with navigating the complex issues of student life. The staff of the Office of the Dean of Students provides support to address barriers to your success and well-being. Our office is a place where every student can come for the advice or assistance they need.
The Office of Student Conduct, Rights and Responsibilities (OSCRR) is responsible for the overall administration and management of the University's conduct process involving nonacademic student misconduct. Employing an educational approach emphasizing personal accountability and responsibility, OSCRR works to ensure just and prompt resolution of allegations of misconduct. We work closely with other departments on campus to prevent and respond to misconduct and strive to create an environment that fosters integrity while promoting an ethic of care: Take care of yourself; Take care of each other; Take care of this place.