USF is committed to helping students succeed in their academic careers. We offer a variety of resources to applicants, students, and former students to help navigate their time at USF and beyond. Explore available resources by clicking the links below.
As a USF student, you are required to have a USF ID card, a USF NetID, and an official USF student email address. Learn how to obtain your card, activate your NetID, and sign up for your university email address.
Before the beginning of each semester, you will need to register for your courses using OASIS, USF's Online Access Student Information System. Learn the basics of OASIS, search for courses, view the academic calendar, or visit the Registrar's website.
You will use a learning management system called Canvas to help you access your online course content. Find helpful information about how to use Canvas and learn about successful online collaboration.
USF Information Technology (IT) is here to assist you when you experience technical difficulties while taking your courses. Learn more about the many types of technical support offered at USF.
USF has developed a variety of resources to help you achieve your academic goals. Learn about tutoring services, test preparation resources, career services, the counseling center and more.
Cost to Attend & Financial Aid
Financial aid is available to assist students in covering the costs of education. It is available in several different forms, including loans, scholarships, and grants.
All USF students are expected to demonstrate the highest level of honesty and responsibility. Learn about USF's Academic Integrity Policy.
Connect with USF Career Services to explore career opportunities, view job postings, learn tips for networking, improve your interview skills, and optimize your job search.
Honorlock is the official online proctoring solution for USF. Please see the following FAQ for more information.
Visit Campus Resources to view links to dozens of student services, visit Student Affairs to learn more about how you can get involved on campus, or visit the Alumni Association to learn about the benefits of membership.