- A USFID or "U-Number," is assigned to students for academic, business and administrative transactions requiring an ID. The USFID is randomly generated, is not derived from any personally identifiable student data, and appears in the format 'U----'. The letter 'U' followed by an eight-digit number is issued only once and remains the student's official primary identifier with USF for your entire academic career.
Your USF NetID is the user ID you will use to log into software and systems at USF. It allows you to access Canvas, the learning management system you will use to access your courses online, and OASIS, USF's student information system, as well as many other services.
To obtain your NetID, visit University Network Access Services. Click on "Activate your USF Net ID," and provide your first and last name, your USFID number, your birthday, and the last four digits of your social security number. If you don't have a SSN, contact the Office of the Registrar for assistance.
For the optimal enrollment experience, your non-degree application must be received two weeks before the start of the term. All students must have registration fully complete by 5 p.m. the first week of the term.
Contact the Office of the Registrar from your USF email address to update your term of entry. Record updates will not be accepted from non-USF email addresses.
You will be assigned a time when you are permitted to register for classes. Non-degree seeking students are assigned a specific date and time. Consult the Important Dates and Deadlines for the term you are enrolling in to see your registration time as non-degree seeking student in MyUSF.
If you log into MyUSF, navigate to OASIS under "My Resources" and do not see a registration time published under "Registration," email AskTheRegistrar to request a time. Be sure to include your student U-Number for fastest assistance.
You can enroll as a non-degree student in a graduate certificate program. The non-refundable application fee of $30 and departmental approval is required. NOTE: The approval form at Graduate Certificates cannot be submitted online.
Existing USF graduate students are not required to pay the $30 application fee if applying for a graduate certificate. Contact Innovative Education for more information.
Non-degree students are eligible to choose from any undergraduate or graduate level courses. The course may have department restrictions. In this case, you need to contact the department that offers the course to request permits or overrides to enter. If approved, you will be eligible to register on a space-available basis.
A maximum of 14 credit hours may be applied to an undergraduate program, or 12 credit hours to a graduate program. Contact the College of your intended major for more information.
Financial Aid is not available for non-degree seeking students.
Contact the AskTheRegistrar@usf.edu, to cancel a non-degree application.