What does it mean to be a Catholic university in San Francisco today? What qualities define a university as Catholic? At the University of San Francisco, the answers are all around—from service among the city’s marginalized to work with victims of human trafficking to weekly student Mass.
The purchase of Lone Mountain 31 years ago paved the way for advancements at USF. Without the property, the university wouldn’t be what it is today.
USF administrators and faculty are actively working to bridge the gender gap that persists in the sciences.
Tapped by President Obama to serve as undersecretary of education, Martha Kanter, EdD ’89, focuses on making higher education accessible to all.
Test your knowledge of the USF campus. Identify as many of these places as you can and you might win an iPod.
Remembering the UCA Martyrs
Shana Doronn, PsyD '02, treats patients with obsessive/compulsive disorder on the new documentary series, "Obsessed."
Michael Reznik '09 took first place in a Chinese language competition after just two years of studying Chinese.
Dave Paulides '84, MHR '95, searches for Bigfoot as the executive director of the North America Bigfoot Search.