Moving In

Fall 2021

Welcome to USF!

We can't wait for you to join us on campus this fall! Housing & Residential Education is working hard to plan a safe and successful move-in process. All current information is available on this page. Please continue to check back for updates. 

WHAT AND WHEN IS GRAND OPENING?

Grand Opening is the annual opening of the residence halls for the fall semester. All students must schedule a move-in appointment time before arriving on campus. Move-in appointment times are available on Thursday, August 19 and Friday, August 20.

EARLY ARRIVAL

Early arrival move-in is available for residents belonging to a pre-approved group/population, or residents with a need to arrive early. Early arrival dates are Sunday, August 15 – Wednesday, August 18. Residents participating in early arrival will sign up for a move-in slot between 8 a.m. – 12 p.m., 12 – 4 p.m., or 4 – 8 p.m. on one of these dates. Residents who participate in early arrival are responsible for paying the nightly rate of their room until the housing agreement’s start date of Thursday, August 19 (unless early arrival costs are covered by their pre-approved population/group).

Residents who need to arrive before August 19 must submit an early arrival request form, located in the housing portal, where they will indicate what date and time slot they would like to arrive. Resident Assistants, Community Managers, and Greek Village residents do not need to submit this early arrival form.

DO YOU NEED TO ARRIVE AFTER GRAND OPENING?

Residents who are unable to arrive by Friday, August 20 must schedule a move-in appointment on August 21 or August 22 in the housing portal through the move-in sign up page.
 
IMPORTANT TRAFFIC NOTICE 
We STRONGLY encourage residents to check in by Friday, August 20 due to significant traffic expected on campus over the weekend. Multiple graduation ceremonies are scheduled for Saturday, August 21 and Sunday, August 22 which will contribute to on-campus traffic and reduced parking availability.  


HEALTH & SAFETY PROTOCOLS 

As the university prepares to safely welcome students back to campus, Student Health Services will conduct a brief COVID-19 health screening of all residents as the first step in their check-in process. Residents scheduled to arrive August 15, or August 19-20 will complete an in-person health screening with Student Health Services at their check-in location. We anticipate this will take approximately 10-15 minutes.  Residents arriving August 16-18 or August 21-22 will complete a Student Health Services screening form at their service desk during check-in, and proceed to check-in and receive their keys once completed. Student Health Services will contact and provide individualized assistance to any student that may require isolation or quarantine based on the results of their health screening.

Please bring a mask for the health screening and any COVID testing or vaccination history, if applicable, for your reference.  If you, or anyone in your party, have COVID-like symptoms on your scheduled move-in day, please re-schedule your arrival.

The Board of Governors and USF strongly urge all members of our community to get fully vaccinated. If an individual is fully vaccinated, the chance of developing symptomatic or asymptomatic COVID-19 infection and/or spreading it to others is markedly reduced, and the individual may not need to self-isolate following COVID-19 exposure. Vaccines are available for free for any student, faculty and staff member at USF.

Given recent guidance from the CDC and Board of Governors, we expect that all members of our community will wear a mask on campus, vaccinated or unvaccinated. This is especially important while indoors, in crowded outdoor settings, if you have a weakened immune system or if you have an underlying medical condition. Masks will be made available to anyone who needs one.

USF’s leadership team and eminent scholars continue to provide regular updates on the Returning to Campus webpage to safely prepare for a robust and active campus experience.  While this information is subject to change, we remain committed to promoting the health and safety of all members of our university community.


4 STEPS TO MOVING IN DURING GRAND OPENING

STEP 1: SELECT YOUR MOVE-IN APPOINTMENT TIME

All residentsmust select a move-in appointment date and time in the Housing Portal before arriving on campus for the fall semester. There is a limit to the number of residents able to sign up for each date and time slot. If your date and/or time slot is not available you will be asked to re-select a date and then time. Early arrival* move-in appointment times are available between August 15-18 and Grand Opening move-in arrival times are available August 19-20.

*Residents wishing to arrive early must submit an early arrival request form in the housing portal and are subject to fees. Please review the early arrival information listed in the above section.

Residents who are unable to arrive by Friday, August 20 must schedule a move-in appointment on August 21 or August 22 in the housing portal through the move-in sign up page. (We STRONGLY encourage residents to check-in by Friday, August 20 due to significant traffic expected on campus over the weekend. Multiple graduation ceremonies are scheduled for Saturday, August 21 and Sunday, August 22 which will cause significant traffic and reduced parking.)

STEP 2: GO TO YOUR UNLOADING ZONE & CHECK-IN

Your check-in location and process will vary depending on your arrival date. When you arrive on campus, please proceed to the designated unloading zone for your area. Click here to view the campus map with designated unloading zones.

Check-In Information: August 15

If you are approved to arrive early, you will indicate your desired arrival date and time slot in the early arrival request form submitted through the housing portal. Early arrival dates are August 15 – 18. You will arrive on campus during your scheduled move-in time slot and receive your keys at your service desk (locations are listed below.) Please note that  students cannot check in outside of their move-in appointment time on these dates. 

When you arrive on campus, make your way to the designated unloading zone for your area (locations listed below.) Once you have parked, please proceed to the service desk for your area where our team will be ready and waiting to check you in and provide your key(s). You must have your USF ID or a government-issued ID to check in.

IMPORTANT UPDATE: The HUB service desk will only be open August 15. If you are living in the Village and checking in on August 16-18 or 21-22, you will check in at the Holly M service desk.

Service desk locations and unloading zones for each residence hall open August 15 are listed below.

The Village (Beacon, Endeavor, Horizon, Pinnacle, Summit)
Residents of these halls will check in at the HUB service desk
30-minute unloading zones and daily parking will be available in Lot 56, 16, 35, 25, 5E, 17A, and 17B. Additional parking is available in Crescent Hill Parking Garage.

Beta, Castor, Cypress, Holly, Kosove, Maple, House 5 & 12, and Greek Village* Residents

Residents of these halls will check in at Holly M
30-minute unloading zones and daily parking will be available in Lot 56, 16, 35, 25, 5E, 17A, and 17B. Additional parking is available in Crescent Hill Parking Garage.

Greek Village check-in will be at the Greek Village office on August 15 between 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Greek Village residents arriving after August 15 will check in at the Holly M service desk during operating hours.

Juniper, Poplar, and Magnolia Residents
Residents of these halls will check in at the Juniper-Poplar Lobby
30-minute unloading zones and daily parking will be available in Lot 24, Lot 47A, and the Beard Garage.

Check-In Information: August 16 - 18

If you are approved to arrive early, you will indicate your desired arrival date and time slot in the early arrival request form submitted through the housing portal. Early arrival dates are August 15 – 18. You will arrive on campus during your scheduled move-in time slot and receive your keys at your service desk (locations are listed below.) Please note that  students cannot check in outside of their move-in appointment time on these dates. 

When you arrive on campus, make your way to the designated unloading zone for your area (locations listed below.) Once you have parked, please proceed to the service desk for your area where our team will be ready and waiting to check you in and provide your key(s). You must have your USF ID or a government-issued ID to check in.

Service desk locations and unloading zones for each residence hall are listed below.

IMPORTANT UPDATE: The HUB service desk will only be open August 15. If you are living in the Village and checking in on August 16-18 or 21-22, you will check in at the Holly M service desk.

The Village (Beacon, Endeavor, Horizon, Pinnacle, Summit), Beta, Castor, Cypress, Holly, Kosove, Maple, House 5 & 12, and Greek Village* Residents
Residents of these halls will check in at Holly M
30-minute unloading zones and daily parking will be available in Lot 56, 16, 35, 25, 5E, 17A, and 17B. Additional parking is available in Crescent Hill Parking Garage.

Greek Village check-in will be at the Greek Village office on August 15 between 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Greek Village residents arriving after August 15 will check in at the Holly M service desk during operating hours.

Juniper, Poplar, and Magnolia Residents
Residents of these halls will check in at the Juniper-Poplar Lobby
30-minute unloading zones and daily parking will be available in Lot 24, Lot 47A, and the Beard Garage.

Check-In Information: August 19 - 20 

If you are arriving for Grand Opening on August 19 - 20, you will park in your designated unloading zone, then check in and receive your key(s) at your designated check-in location (listed below) during your scheduled appointment time. Please be sure to arrive during your scheduled move-in time to help prevent lines and minimize traffic.

When you arrive on campus, please proceed to the designated unloading zone for your area (locations listed below). Once you have parked, go to your designated check-in location where our team will be ready and waiting to help you check in and get your key(s). You must have your USF ID or a government-issued ID to check in.

Check-in locations and parking information for each residence hall are listed below.

Holly Residents
Residents will check at Holly J
30-minute unloading zones will be available along Holly Drive
Daily parking will be available in the Crescent Hill Parking Garage

The Village Residents (Beacon, Endeavor, Horizon, Pinnacle, Summit)
Residents will check in at Holly L
30-minute unloading zones and daily parking will be available in Lot 56 and Lot 16

Cypress Apartment, Cypress Suites, and House 5 & 12 Residents
Residents will check-in at Cypress E
30-minute unloading zones and daily parking will be available in Lot 56, Lot 16, Lot 25, Lot 18, and Lot 35

Beta, Castor, Kosove, and Maple Residents
Residents will check-in at Maple C
30-minute unloading zones and daily parking will be available in Lot 5E, Lot 35, Lot 17A, and Lot 17B

Juniper, Poplar, and Magnolia Residents
Residents will check in at the Juniper-Poplar Lobby
30-minute unloading zones and daily parking will be available in Lot 24, Lot 47A, and the Beard Garage

Greek Village Residents
Greek Village check-in will be at the Greek Village office on August 15 between 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Greek Village residents arriving after August 15 will check in at the Holly M service desk during operating hours.

Check-In Information: August 21 - 22

If you plan to arrive following Grand Opening on August 21 or August 22, you will indicate your desired arrival date and time slot in the move-in sign up form submitted through the housing portal. Late arrival dates are August 21-22. Please review this section for an important traffic warning surrounding late arrivals.

If you are arriving August 21 or 22, you will arrive on campus during your scheduled move-in time slot and receive your keys at your service desk. Please note that  students cannot check in outside of their move-in appointment time on these dates. 

When you arrive on campus, make your way to the designated unloading zone for your area (locations listed below). Once you have parked, please proceed to the service desk where our team will be ready and waiting to check you in and provide your key(s). You must have your USF ID or a government-issued ID to check in.

IMPORTANT UPDATE: The HUB service desk will only be open August 15. If you are living in the Village and checking in on August 16-18 or 21-22, you will check in at the Holly M service desk.

Service desk locations and unloading zones for each residence hall are listed below.

The Village Residents (Beacon, Endeavor, Horizon, Pinnacle, Summit), Beta, Castor, Cypress, Holly, Kosove, Maple, House 5 & 12, and Greek Village*

Residents will check in at Holly M
30-minute unloading zones and daily parking will be available in Lot 56, 16, 35, 25, 5E, 17A, and 17B. Additional parking is available in Crescent Hill Parking Garage.

Greek Village check-in will be at the Greek Village office on August 15 between 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Greek Village residents arriving after August 15 will check in at the Holly M service desk during operating hours.

Juniper, Poplar, and Magnolia Residents
Residents will check in at the Juniper-Poplar Lobby
30-minute unloading zones and daily parking will be available in Lot 24, Lot 47A, and the Beard Garage.


STEP 3: MOVE IN YOUR BELONGINGS

There will be signs indicating 30-minute unloading zones within the parking lots listed above.  After you unload your items, please move your vehicle to a non-unloading space for the remainder of your time on campus. 

Cart Check-Out Information

There will be a cart exchange station near your check-in location. Volunteers are unable to assist with unloading or moving belongings and will not enter residence halls. To check out a cart, bring your USF ID or government-issued ID to the cart exchange station. When you are finished, return the cart to the station. Carts must be returned within 1 hour. 

Please note:  a limited number of carts will be available. We encourage residents and families to bring their own carts or hand trucks to assist in the move-in process.

Additional Parking Information

You will not need a parking permit while moving in, but please avoid parking in numbered, reserved, or otherwise labeled parking spaces. Parking in disabled spaces without a valid state disabled permit, in reserved, numbered, and labeled spaces, in unloading zones longer than 30 minutes, in unauthorized lots, or in “no parking” zones at any time is subject to warning/citation. Parking information will be clearly marked and designated with signage throughout the campus. Routine parking enforcement resumes on Monday, August 23. Residents should be sure to register their car for a parking permit before August 23.


STEP 4: LIVE THE BULL'S LIFE!

After completing your move-in, you will be ready to live the Bull’s life! Remember to: 

  • Thank your family and friends who helped you move in!
  • If you brought your car, move it to a designated ‘R’ parking lot. Please park away from unloading zones until Monday, August 23, as a courtesy for your fellow Bulls moving in after you. 
  • Review important Return to Campus information here.
  • Check your USF email for important information regarding your room and keys.
  • Get to know your Resident Assistant and Residence Life Coordinator.
  • Attend Week of Welcome (WOW) events, a week-long USF celebration to welcome new students and returning students!

ADDITIONAL ARRIVAL INFORMATION

Are there early arrival fees?

Residents approved to participate in early arrival are responsible for paying the nightly rate of their room until the housing agreement’s start date of Thursday, August 19 (unless early arrival costs are covered by their special population/group).

Are there restrictions surrounding the move-in process this year?

USF Housing & Residential Education has returned to “pre-COVID operations.” Please review the below changes to move-in protocol due to this update.

  • Residents may be required to undergo a COVID-19 health screening during their check-in process.  
  • There is no limit to the number of move-in assistants permitted during a resident's move-in appointment. Keep in mind you may have a roommate and their family trying to move into the same space at the same time. 
  • Move-in assistants are not required to leave the residence hall after the resident’s move-in appointment. However, we do encourage residents and their move-in assistants to unload their items as soon as possible and move their vehicles from the unloading zones and parking lots closest to the residence halls to make room for incoming students and guests.  
  • We expect that all members of our community will wear a mask on campus, vaccinated or unvaccinated. This includes all guests in the residence halls.

What else should I know about the move-in process?  

  • Because we will have only a limited number of carts available, we recommend bringing your own if you are able.  
  • We recommend residents do not bring large furniture or other items that would limit a speedy move-in/move-out process. If you plan to bring furniture, please pre-assemble before arrival if possible.

I'm a Bull Haul Welcome Wagon Volunteer. What do I need to know?

If you are a Bull Haul Welcome Wagon Volunteer, your arrival and check-in information will be available on the Bull Haul page. If you have any questions, please email our Bull Haul Team at bullhaul@usf.edu.

I'm a Greek Village Resident. What do I need to know?

Greek Village check-in will be at the Greek Village office on August 15 between 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Greek Village residents can move in on a later date if they prefer. Greek Village residents arriving after August 15 will check in at the Holly M service desk during operating hours. 

I'm an international student. What do I need to know?

International Students who will be arriving at the University of South Florida for the Fall semester from a country outside of the United States and who are unvaccinated will be required to quarantine off-campus for 7 days and test for COVID-19 on day 6 after arrival. If a student is fully vaccinated they do not have to quarantine but they will need to be tested on day 6 after arrival. For more information and Frequently Asked Questions for international students, click here.


Hotel Accomodations:

Those in need of hotel accomodations surrounding move-in should make reservations early. Multiple graduation ceremonies are scheduled for Saturday, August 21 and Sunday, August 22 which will contribute to increased reservations at nearby hotels.  Explore nearby hotel and accomodations here.


What if I plan to use public transportation, a ride share service, or drop-off service to get to campus?

Please check in at your designated service desk during your move-in appointment time.

Service desk locations for each residence hall are listed below.

The Village Residents (Beacon, Endeavor, Horizon, Pinnacle, Summit)
The HUB
11435 USF Laurel Drive
Tampa, FL 33620
(The HUB will only be open August 15. The Holly M service desk will service all of north campus after this date.)

North Campus: Beta, Castor, Cypress, Holly, Kosove, Maple, House 5 & 12, and Greek Village Residents 

Holly M
4230 USF Holly Ct 
Tampa, FL 33620 
   
South Campus: Juniper, Poplar, and Magnolia Residents  
Juniper-Poplar Lobby
12030 USF Beard Drive 
Tampa, FL 33612 


Parking Information: During Move-In

General

  • Parking regulations are in place and enforced on the USF Tampa campus 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Please review the Parking Rules & Regulations.
  • Please do not park in the unloading zones longer than 30 minutes. Our team will help direct you to a nearby parking lot.
  • A limited number of carts will be available as you unload in designated unloading zones. Carts will be disinfected by our staff in between each use. If you prefer not to utilize these carts or in case of carts being in use when you arrive, we encourage residents and families to bring their own carts or hand trucks to assist in your move-in process.  
  • Please do not park in any "Disabled Parking" space unless displaying a proper state-issued Disabled Parking placard, hangtag, or license plate.  
  • Please do not park in Numbered, Reserved, or Labeled parking spaces. 
  • Please note that the Publix parking lot is not a USF parking lot and non-customers parked in the lot will be addressed by Publix Management.   

Residents

  • Make sure to purchase your "R" parking permit in advance. Please note: Parking and Transportation Services is transitioning to virtual parking permits beginning with 2021-2022 parking permit sales.
  • With no physical permit, you can easily purchase your virtual parking permit online!
  • There are no additional processing fees when purchasing your permit online.
  • Once complete, the license plate and vehicle you associate with your purchase will have immediate access to your parking privileges.
  • Click here to learn more and purchase your virtual parking permit.

Vehicles with trailers, or vehicles that can't fit in one parking space

  • Oversize vehicles and vehicles with trailers will be directed to park in lots 18, 43 and 47. Oversize rental trucks, vehicles with trailers, and motorhomes after unloading at designated locations are to be directed to the lots identified above. Please note: we do not recommend packing bulky furniture or items that prevent a speedy move-in/move-out process. 

Parking Information: After You Move In

  • Parking permits are required to park on the USF Tampa campus 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
  • Only residents with "R" permits are allowed to park in "R" lots.
  • After 5:30 p.m. and on weekends, resident students with an R permit may park in E, S, GZ, Y, or D designated areas. Park-n-Ride (Y) permits are required to park in "Y" designated lots from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Friday.

USF id card requests and pickup

Students MUST request their USFCard online by August 7 in order to pick up the card during their move-in appointment time.

Requesting Your USF ID Card

For new students picking up their first USF ID card:
New students should request their initial USFCard through MyBullsPath, or directly at the USFCard Request Site. Your Oasis account will be charged $10 for your initial ID card. 

For returning students who already have a current USF ID card:
No action is needed. You can continue to use your existing USF ID Card for all services.

For returning students needing a replacement USF ID card:
To request a replacement for an existing card, please enter your request at the USFCard Request Site and email idcard@usf.edu to notify the Card Center that you would like to pick up your card during the grand opening check-in process. Your Oasis account will be charged $15 for your replacement ID card.

Don't forget! You must present a valid government-issued photo ID to receive your USFCard.

Residence Hall Access

A USF ID is not required for a student to check in and receive their keys. HOWEVER, a USF ID is required in order to gain access to a student's residence hall.

Students arriving for move-in who have requested their USF ID by August 7 will be able to pick it up at their move-in check-in appointment. Students who have not requested their USF ID in advance are still required to complete the online request. Students who do not request their USF ID Card by August 7 should expect delays in receiving their ID Card.

USF ID Card Distribution

New Students: If you submit your USF ID Card request by August 7 and it is approved, you will be able to pick up your USF ID Card during your move-in appointment. Please note, students MUST request their USFCard online by August 7, and their submission must be approved by USF ID Card Services, in order to pick up their card during their move-in appointment time. Please follow the instructions listed below to order your USF ID Card.

  • Complete the online ID card application on the USFCard Request Site.
  • Submit a photo of yourself and a photo of your driver's license or passport.
  • Wait for the approved e-mail (this will come to your USF e-mail).
  • Pick up your USF ID Card at your move-in appointment check-in location.
  • Activate your card – usf.edu/activate-card (You must do this for it to work).

Dining Information

Meal Plans
Prior to receiving keys to your new USF home, you must complete a Meal Plan Contract (if you are a first-time-in-college student). For almost all residents, you completed this as part of the housing application. If you require assistance with your meal plan when you arrive, there will be staff on campus who can assist you.

How do I sign up for a meal plan?

You will choose your meal plan in your housing application. If you have not selected a meal plan, please visit the housing portal, then go to the housing application section to complete a meal plan application.

How do I pay for a meal plan?

All meal plans will be billed to your student OASIS account.

Will my financial aid cover the cost of the meal plan?

Because all meal plans are billed to your student OASIS account, if you are receiving any scholarships, loans, grants, etc, these funds may help cover part of your meal plan charge. Financial Aid will apply to tuition/fees, housing, and THEN meal plan charges. Funds remaining after tuition, fees, and housing have been paid will apply to the meal plan charge. If you have questions about your specific aid situation, contact Student Financial Services at sfshelp@usf.edu.

If I arrive before the start of my meal plan on August 19, will dining options be available? 

Yes, dining options on campus from August 8 – 23 will be available on USF Dining’s website. Dining options will be available on-campus for students and families to purchase outside of their meal plan days.

Where is the best place to learn more about dining?

Visit the USF Dining website and review the terms & conditions in the "meal plans" section.

When do fall meal plans activate?

Fall meal plans will begin August 19. Dining options will be available on-campus for students and families to purchase outside of their meal plan days.


If you have additional questions, please contact Dining Services at 813-974-4499, via email, or visit Dining Services in person at the Marshall Student Center, 1st floor, Room 1502, during normal business hours.


Service Desks 

If your key access is not working or if you lose your key, visit your service desk for assistance. The housing service desk hours of operation are 8 a.m. - 11 p.m., 7 days a week. If you need assistance outside of these hours, please contact the RA on duty for your residence hall. 
 
North Campus: The Village (Beacon, Endeavor, Horizon, Pinnacle, Summit), Beta, Castor, Cypress, Holly, Kosove, Maple, and Greek Village Residents

Holly M
  
South Campus: Juniper, Poplar, and Magnolia Residents 
Juniper-Poplar Lobby


Residential Mail

Your mailbox information is visible on the same screen as your housing assignment in the Housing Portal. If you would like to ship anything prior to move-in, please wait until August 1. Retrieve mail and packages from your area's Mail Center (Holly H for north Campus, JPH lobby for south campus). Mail Centers will be open for regular hours starting Sunday, August 15. Learn more and look up your mailing address!

Mail Center Fall Hours
Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Saturday: 12 - 3 p.m.

Special Move-In Hours

Sunday, August 15
10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Saturday, August 21
10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Sunday August 22
10 a.m. - 4 p.m.


Accommodations

USF is an Equal Opportunity/Equal Access Institution. If you would like to request an accommodation for move-in, we ask that you contact our office at 813-974-0001 or housing@usf.edu five days before your arrival.


Rocky at Check-In

Getting ready to live on campus

  1. Submit your application.  
    Complete the housing application steps to secure an assignment.  
  2. Select your meal plan.  
    This step is optional for transfer/upper-class students. 
  3. Know your housing assignment.  
    Log in to the Housing Portal, select "My Account," then "My Assignments," then “View Assignments, Roommates, and Suitemates” to view your fall/spring housing assignment. This is also where your roommates/suite-mates/apartment-mates are listed. If you don't have an assignment, contact us for assistance.  
  4. Select your move-in appointment time.  
    Get ready to select your move-in appointment time in the Housing Portal! The sign-up form will open by Wednesday, June 30. 
  5. Request your USFCard online (new students only)
     If you submit your USF ID Card request by August 7 and it is approved, you will be able to pick up your USF ID Card during your move-in appointment. Please note, students MUST request their USFCard online by August 7, and there submission must be approved by USF ID Card Services, in order to pick up their card during their move-in appointment time. Please follow the instructions listed here to order your USF ID Card.
  6. Pack efficiently!  
    Review the move-in checklist on our website for a packing list! 
  7. Connect with your roommates, suitemates, or apartment-mates. 
    Communicate and coordinate what you will bring to campus. Things like printers, microwaves, refrigerators, and TVs can be shared! If possible, please coordinate with your roommate to avoid selecting the same move-in date and time.  
  8. Choose the height of your bed. 
    Submit an online request for your desired bed height before you arrive. Lofting assistance may be delayed after the rooms are occupied. Click here to learn more.
  9. Check your insurance. 
    Please review your student housing agreement regarding loss liability. Look into your homeowner's/renter's insurance to see if it covers your belongings on campus. If not, purchase additional insurance through your company or check out these specialized options.
  10. Connect with your fellow Bulls! 
    Get in touch with other incoming students and stay up-to-date on important university announcements through your class Facebook group.  
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Helpful Information

Card Center (Student IDs) - 813-974-2357 - SVC 1032
Dining Services/Meal Plans - 813-974-4499 - MSC 1502
Financial Aid - 813-974-4700 - SVC 1102
New Student Connections - 813-974-2896 - MSC 3200
Parking & Transportation Services - 813-974-3990 - PSB 101
Student Accessibility Services - 813-974-4309 - SVC 1133
Undergraduate Admissions - 813-974-3350 - SVC 1036
USF Campus Police - 813-974-2628 (non-emergency) 911 (emergency)


Healthy Bull Tips

Moving can be stressful. Fight off stress by establishing a healthy routine of sleep, diet, and exercise. On campus, get a great workout at the Campus Recreation Center and find tips on managing your stress at the Center for Student Well-Being in the MSC.