Helping Our Underprivileged Students Excel (HOUSE) is an organization open to all USF students that provides needed resources, educational workshops and a welcoming, inclusive environment.
Saints on Stage (SOS) is the USF theater club, presenting a play in the fall semester and a Broadway musical in the spring. SOS members participate on stage as actors, singers, dancers, and off stage working on lighting, tech, publicity, and stage management.
Spectrum is a club that provides a safe place for LGBTQ students and their straight allies to meet, support each other, talk about issues related to sexual orientation, and work together to end homophobia. Spectrum accepts everyone through love manifested by our Franciscan values of respect, service, integrity, and compassion. Through this acceptance God’s unconditional love for all will be revealed.
Student Athletic Advisor Committee serves as a vehicle to promote communication between the athletic administration and all students at USF by providing a student-athlete voice within the department, discussing issues and concerns, and providing feedback as necessary.
Student Business Association (SBA) takes students out of the classroom to gain greater insight in the business world. SBA provides opportunities for all students to get involved with various workshops, corporate visits, and networking events. Workshops include: resume building, mock interviews, personalized business cards, and Dress for Success Dinner. SBA also brings high level business leaders to campus to share their knowledge and experience.
Student Nurses Association (SNA) contributes to the personal and professional growth of nursing students through social and educational activities. It provides leadership opportunities and stimulates interest in professional nursing organizations. SNA holds several community projects each semester. All USF nursing students can participate in SNA.
Student Veterans Association (SVA) seeks members, who are honorably discharged from the Armed Forces, National Guard or Reserves and non-veteran faculty and staff who have an interest in veterans’ affairs.
USF History Club is dedicated to educating the students about the history of each major. Along with making it fun and exciting, the club strives to educate students about popular events in history.
USF Ski & Snowboard Club provides the University of St Francis community with opportunities to engage in new and exciting endeavors. Members will gain new experiences with fellow peers while snowboarding and skiing at different skill levels.
USF-TV Club is a student-run club that focuses on learning through experience and creating results. Any USF student can join and utilize their creativity in a fun environment. Members learn to perform in front of the camera, shoot video, edit their footage while working with in groups to produce video packages and shows, all while having a good time learning with other creative people.