About Homecoming Superbull

The University of South Florida Homecoming Superbull is a week-long celebration of USF pride and Bull spirit. USF Homecoming is the most popular annual celebration of USF students, alumni, and the campus community. The university comes alive during a week of exciting events, including the Kickoff pep rally, Stampede Comedy Show, numerous student competitions, parade, After Party Concert, and the Homecoming Ball, where a Homecoming Court is crowned representing each of USF's three regional institutions.

The festivities culminate with the annual Homecoming Football Game at Raymond James Stadium. Homecoming is one of USF's longest traditions, dating back to 1964, the year after USF's first graduating class.

Our Week. Our Homecoming. Our USF. Bulls Unite.

Campus Traditions Board

The Campus Traditions Board is a student-run programming board housed within the USF Center for Student Involvement and Fraternity/Sorority Life. Completely funded by USF Student Government, the Campus Traditions Board is committed to maintaining USF Homecoming traditions and instilling university pride. All of the Homecoming Week events coordinated by the Campus Traditions Board are free for USF students. The members of the Campus Traditions Board are USF student leaders who are proud to be USF Bulls and are committed to creating amazing experiences for the entire USF Community.

Rocky the Bull at the 2014 Homecoming Parade
Homecoming court students laughing with President Genshaft