Acceptable Use Policy
MoBull Messenger is part of USF's Emergency Notification System (ENS). It was established to notify the community in the event of a campus emergency. The service is free; however, standard text messaging rates may apply.
Network Address Translation
Network Address Translation (NAT) and private addressing has been implemented for our open-use networks, including the Residence Halls and Wireless Networks. This technology allows several computers to share one public Internet address at the same time.
IT provides telephone service, request forms, rate information, and other voice services to USF.
Virtual Private Network Client
Use the Virtual Private Network Client to connect to USF applications from home computers.
Wired & Wireless Communications
USF has a computer network that covers practically the entirety of the campus, with almost all buildings having fiber optic cable into wiring centers to allow for high-speed connections to the redundant, double-starred 10 Gigabit per second campus backbone. The wireless service is provided free of charge to USF students, faculty and staff.