USF has more than 100 co-curricular opportunities, clubs and organizations and student activities on campus. It’s easy to get involved, and if you don’t find the organization or activity you’re looking for, our dynamic student development staff will help you get one started.
USF offers undergraduates several co-curricular opportunities, allowing you to further enrich your academic experiences with advanced coursework and opportunities to apply classroom learning to real-world situations, as well as our Fine Arts performance opportunities. Below are just a few of the many co-curricular opportunities at USF.
Get up, get out and get involved! At USF this isn’t difficult, as academic and leadership groups abound. If you want to start your own, our dynamic staff in the Student Development Office will help you. Below are just a few of the many clubs & organizations at USF.
- Association of Cougar Education Students (ACES)
- USF Olympics
- Entrepreneurial Investment Club
- Exercise Science Club
- Honor Societies
At USF we believe in having fun! You can always find crazy social fun like winter Olympics, monster golf, Pac Man competitions and speed dating, just to name a few. Below are just a few of the many Activities at USF.
- Academy Awards Party in Grand Island
- Blanket Making
- Broomball Tournament
- Cougars Got Talent!
- Dodge Ball Tournament
- Festivus Party
- Geek Week
- Gotcha! Tournament
USF offers a variety of residence halls, A.K.A. dorms, designed to help you feel right at home. No matter what your style, you’ll love the sense of community and the convenience of living on campus. The first step to living on campus is to complete a housing application.
Things to know:
- On-site resident directors and student resident assistants
- ID-card security access 24/7
- On-site security team 24/7
- Wi-Fi capability
- Computer labs
- Common laundry, cooking areas and lounges
Burgess Hall is an all-male residence hall located near the Cleveland Center and Stewart Center.
Grand Island Hall is an all-female residence hall with a large central lounge.
Kroske Hall is where men occupy rooms on the first floor and women live on the second and third floors.
Bill & Marian Sullivan Faith & Living Center is our newest and largest residence hall for second, third and fourth-year students.
Collier Baker Hall offers apartment-style suites for both men and women. Each apartment is equipped for four students and is complete with a kitchenette and bathroom with shower.
Patterson Hall features one and two-bedroom apartment-style living units.