Do you need a laptop computer for class but don't own one? Some courses require specific laptop, hardware and software requirements. Check with the academic department you wish to register for courses about their technology requirements.
A NetID is your user ID at the university. It acts as an electronic passport, giving you access to a variety of online services offered at through the university. To create and activate your NetID, visit the NetID Services webpage and select “Activate your USF NetID”.
All admitted USF students are given Gmail accounts, in connection with their USF NetID,
to host their university email. This serves as your default email address for many
online university services. Your student Gmail account gives you 6GB of online storage
and access to Google Apps.
All student email addresses are assigned using the following format: [NetID]@mail.usf.edu.
You can access your email through MyUSF (described below) or by navigating directly to this page (be sure to bookmark it!): Student Email
MyUSF acts as a single point of access for a variety of important university web services,
including your student email and online class materials (i.e. Blackboard and Canvas).
You’ll also find important announcements here, and you can access NetID services or
OASIS (for tracking your class enrollment) from this page.
Access it here: MyUSF
As a USF student, you can access a variety of programs for free (including Adobe CS5, Microsoft Office and many others) directly over the internet. Visit the USF Application Gateway to get started.
Wireless Internet Access
Get online anywhere on campus by following these wireless internet access instructions.
Printing on Campus
For information regarding on campus printing for students, please visit the Information Commons Student Printing page.
M-F 8 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Sat 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.