Campus Life

Be accepted. Be supported. Be happy.

We’re not your typical campus community.

Samantha Cote ’19 noticed it right away: I was drawn to USF for it’s community. We all support and care for each other. There’s a sense of acceptance and freedom here.

Whether you live on campus or commute, you will thrive in a community based on support and acceptance.

Your Life at USF Will Be


Busy

You won’t be bored! We have more than 40 student clubs and organizations, a full schedule of student events and activities, leadership opportunities, and more.


Healthy

Your physical and emotional health are a top priority and we’ll give you the resources and support needed to be your best.


Meaningful

USF students help make the world a better place. They complete more than 25,000 hours of service each year – locally, nationally, and internationally.


Supported

You’ll have access to all types of support: academic, tutoring, disability services, & career development.


Fun

There’s something for everyone. Whether you play on one of our 9 intramural teams or 18 NAIA teams, of if you just love the spirit of game day, fun is guaranteed.

We are one giant family

“As diverse as we are, we are one giant family.We come together to build each other up.”

Alondra Araujo-Ruiz, ’18, Animation Major

A group of residents waving from a balcony at Padua Hall

Living at USF

Life in the residence halls will give you all the comforts of home witha ton of friends!

See our housing options: traditional, suite style, and apartments.

See Housing Options

Be In The Action

2300

Students

40

Clubs & organizations

16

NAIA Teams

3

Types of housing

3

Campus dining locations

9

Intramural Teams

Campus Dining

What’s better than having your food prepared by our on-campus chef? Trinity Dining Hall offers home-style meals — always fresh, always delicious! Other campus dining options include Cougar Hideout and Starbucks. Plus, we have a variety of meal plan options for residential and commuter students.

Campus Dining

4 students smiling at the camera while eating lunch in Trinity's dining hall