On-Campus Accommodations

On-Campus Accommodations

There are four styles of housing at USF to fit your lifestyle and budget. These move-in ready rooms include furniture, cable television service, and internet service. If you are living on campus for the first time, you are eligible for a free linen bag with the essentials for getting you started while living on campus.

While living on campus, your residence hall will feature convenient access to common areas for studying and socializing, public kitchen access, laundry facilities, and other amenities that turn your accommodation into your home away from home. Trained Resident Assistants and Residence Life Coordinators live on-site to help you with your needs and keep you connected with the USF community.

For students who have been approved to live off campus, the university has partnerships with a variety of apartment communities in the local area.

Housing Options 

Suite (Village) Style

Suite (Village) Style

About this room

Suite (Village) Style halls offer a balance between independence and convenience. With bathrooms shared only by suitemates, suites provide more privacy than traditional rooms.

Details

  • Typical room size: 11'6" x 26'4" (does not include closet, hall, or bathroom)
  • Furniture includes: twin XL bed, dresser (36"x24"), desk (40"x24"), chair and drawers (16"x22") per resident
  • Closet space for each resident
  • Typical window width: 5'10"
  • In-room sink
  • Private bathroom with toilet and shower (cleaned weekly, toilet paper provided)
  • Ground floor amenities: Full kitchen, gaming area, media lounge, TV lounge, multipurpose room, laundry room
  • Activity lounge and quiet lounge on every floor
  • 24-hour, on-call emergency maintenance
  • HBO & Cinemax (HBO GO and MAX GO access provided to all residents)
  • Philo IPTV (72 HD channels of live programming with 20-hour DVR accessible via computer, tablet, or smartphone when connected to the USF network)
  • For more about Horizon Hall Suite (Village) accommodations, click here

Traditional (Village) Style

Traditional (Village) Style

About this room

Traditional (Village) Style halls represents the most common style of university housing. Students share a bedroom with a roommate and a community bathroom with their floormates.

Details

  • Typical room size: 11'6" x 20'4"
  • Furniture includes: built-in closet, twin XL bed, dresser (36"x24"), desk (40"x24"), chair and drawers (16"x22") per student.
  • Closet space for each resident
  • Typical window width: 5'10"
  • Ground floor amenities: Full kitchen, gaming area, media lounge, TV lounge, multipurpose room, laundry room
  • Activity lounge and quiet lounge on every floor
  • 24-hour, on-call emergency maintenance
  • HBO & Cinemax (HBO GO and MAX GO access provided to all residents)
  • Philo IPTV (72 HD channels of live programming with 20-hour DVR accessible via computer, tablet, or smartphone when connected to the USF network)
  • For more about Horizon Hall Traditional (Village) accommodations, click here

Traditional Double Style

Suite Style

About this room

Traditional double-occupancy rooms have two students sharing one room. Residents sharing the same gender identity are assigned to a wing and share a community bathroom located at the center of each wing.

Details

  • Typical room size: 15' x 12'
  • Furniture includes: built-in closet, twin XL bed, desk, chair and dresser per student
  • Large shared closet space
  • Community bathrooms (cleaned daily by custodial staff)
  • Each room has a window
  • Dining hall right outside
  • Study lounge with Ethernet connection on each floor
  • Ethernet connection in-room and WiFi throughout the building
  • 250Mbps average internet speed (speeds up to 1Gbps)
  • Laundry on first floor
  • Kitchen on every floor
  • 24-hour, on-call emergency maintenance
  • For more about Traditional Double Style accommodations, click here

Traditional Single Style

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ABOUT THIS ROOM

Traditional single-occupancy rooms consist of one resident assigned to a room with one set of furniture. The building is coed with separate men's and women's bathrooms at the center of each wing.

DETAILS

  • Typical room size: 15' x 12'
  • Furniture includes: built-in closet, twin XL bed, desk, chair and dresser
  • Community bathrooms (cleaned daily by custodial staff)
  • Each room has a window
  • Dining hall right outside
  • Study lounge with Ethernet connection on each floor
  • Ethernet connection in-room and WiFi throughout the building
  • 250Mbps average internet speed (speeds up to 1Gbps)
  • Laundry on first floor
  • Kitchen on every floor
  • 24-hour, on-call emergency maintenance
  • For more about Traditional Style accommodations, click here 

Apartment Style

Apartment Style

 

 

 

About this room

Apartments offer more privacy and are a great choice for older students and those who find it easy to seek out community involvement opportunities.

Details

  • Typical room size: 12'7" x 8'3" (room dimensions vary)
  • Furniture includes: twin XL bed, desk, chair and dresser per student
  • Closet space for each resident
  • Shower curtain liner provided
  • Philo IPTV (72 HD channels of live programming with 20-hour DVR accessible via computer, tablet, or smartphone when connected to the USF network)
  • Ethernet connection for each resident in each bedroom
  • Laundry facilities in Holly H and Holly K
  • 24-hour, on-call emergency maintenance
  • Not available for Summer semesters.
  • For more about Holly Apartments accommodations, click here
  • For more about Magnolia Apartments accommodations, click here

 


Next Steps

Once you've decided on your preferred accommodation, you need to reserve your place. You can select your preferred accommodation on the application form, and it will be submitted along with your program choices when you have completed the application process.

The INTOHousing office can begin processing your assignment once all four of the following conditions have been satisfied:

  • Confirmation of your attendance to INTO USF
  • Submission of your accommodation preferences
    • To change your accommodation preferences, please contact the INTOHousing office
  • Payment of your INTOHousing Accommodation Deposit Fee
    • For assistance with this process, contact the INTOFinance office
  • Submission of your required immunization documentation

If you would like to stay in a residence hall and have not yet signed up for an on campus accommodation, please contact INTOAdmissions. If you wish to make changes to the accommodation you ordered, or have questions about living on campus, please contact INTOHousing.

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