USF Facts & Figures

Highlights:

Enrollment

  • Total Enrollment: 3,778
  • On-Campus Enrollment 1,723
    (Undergrad 1,471, Graduate Students 1,055)
  • Off-Campus Enrollment 2,204
    (Adult Undergraduate 189, Graduate Students 916)

Student Body (traditional undergraduate students)

  • 64% Women/36% Men
  • Race: 57% White; 22% Hispanic/ Latino; 10% African-American; 3% Asian-American; 9% other/international/unknown
  • Religious Denomination: 36% Catholic; 34% Other Christian; 30% other/unknown/none
  • Residence Status: 25% of undergraduate students and 54% of freshmen live on campus

Campus Housing

  • Beds: 441 (Includes singles, doubles, suites, apartments in three residence halls.)

Faculty

  • 96 full-time; 171 part-time faculty members
  • 77% of full-time faculty members have terminal degrees

Class Size

  • Average Class Size: 17.8 students

Tuition & Housing

  • Tuition & Mandatory Fees: $34,000
  • Adult Undergraduate, Graduate, Doctoral and Certificate Program Cost:
    From $399 to $798 per credit hour
  • Housing Fees for Double Occupancy, Including Full-Year Meal Plan:
    Marian Hall $9,930; Tower Hall $9,160; Motherhouse $10,370

Scholarships

  • 88 scholarships and grants for students.
  • Freshman scholarships up to full tuition annually.
  • Transfer scholarships up to $21,000 annually.
  • Phi Theta Kappa scholarships up to $13,000 annually.

Financial Aid

  • 100% of incoming freshmen received some financial assistance.
  • $19.5 million total in St. Francis scholarships and grants.
  • $6.4 million in student support from federal, state and other sources for freshmen & transfers in 2018–19.
  • Average freshman gift assistance package:
    $26,684 residents/$22,006 commuters
  • Average transfer assistance package:
    $24,302 residents/$15,653 commuters

Mission & Faith

  • Roman Catholic; guided by Franciscan tradition.
  • Patron saints are Saints Francis and Clare of Assisi.
  • University Ministry Office offers Sunday and weekday liturgies, prayer opportunities, multi-faith activities, service/mission experiences and retreats.
  • Peer Ministers engage fellow students with opportunities to build community and develop lives of faith and service.