Congratulations on your acceptance to the University of South Florida! We know that deciding where to attend college is a big decision, and we want you to feel comfortable that you are making the right choice. Please read and use all of the available information found in the links below to help you learn more about the University of South Florida and begin your journey as a USF Bull.
1. Create & Confirm Your Information
We want to stay in touch! If you haven’t already done so use the navigation links to the right to activate your NetID and USF email address. Your USF email address will be used by all University offices for official communication. While you are logged into OASIS, please take time to verify that your address, telephone number and email addresses are current. Also, take this time to check your residency status to ensure you are charged the correct
2. Complete Your Enrollment Process
Remember to submit your FASFA before the March 1st priority deadline and use the links provided to find additional scholarship opportunities. Also, make sure to pay your non-refundable $200 admission deposit by December 1 (Spring term) or May 1 (Summer/Fall terms) to secure your spot in our upcoming class. Once you receive your final high school and/or dual enrollment transcripts with final grades and graduation date(s), please submit them.
3. Connect With Campus
Once you have paid your admissions deposit, you may apply for housing, purchase a meal plan and register for your preferred orientation date. It is strongly recommended that freshmen live on campus and purchase a meal plan. All new students must submit the official USF Medical History form and attend an orientation session prior to registering for classes. Visit our New Connections website for additional information and resources.
4. Before Classes Begin
Once you are registered for classes, check your tuition due at my.usf.edu. You can also sign up for e-deposit to permit financial aid and student refunds to be directly deposited into your personal bank account. Use the links to the right to find out how to obtain your ID card, parking permit and textbooks so you are all set for classes to begin.