Success After USF

Discover how missionaries, teachers, healthcare providers, entrepreneurs, pastors, CPAs and CEOs - just to name a few - are living their call.

Fall Preview Days

Discover for yourself why "Community" is the #1 word students use to describe USF.

Explore Our Majors

Through transformative curriculum and offerings like our Honors Program, interim service trips, study abroad semesters and Undergraduate Research Conference, you can discover your career calling at USF.

Latest News

Princess for hire business a big hit Lindsay Lindaman '14 owns Simply Ever After Ent., and Jessica Giannantonio '17, a business partner, along with other USF theatre friends, enjoy the rewards of teaching kids courage and kindness.
USF prepares for accreditation The Higher Learning Commission and The Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation invite third-party comments in preparation of their visis to USF in February.

Upcoming Events

Oct 13
Oct. 13 - South Dakota Showcase Sponsored by the SD CPA Association and hosted by USF, this event offers students the opportunity to meet CPAs and businesses searching for top talent.
Oct 16
Oct. 16 - Campus Preview Day Future USF Cougars are invited to visit campus, meet with professors, learn about financial aid and experience college life firsthand.
Oct 19
Oct. 19-20 - Fall Break No traditional undergraduate classes are in session. Offices remain open for business.
Oct 22
Oct. 22 - Domestic Violence Awareness October is Domestic Violence Awareness month, and Cougar Activities Board is hosting a presentation and free self-defense class.
Oct 27
Oct. 27 - Chapel The USF community gathers for Chapel every Tuesday at 10 a.m. Digging In and Going Deeper is the fall theme.
Oct 30
Oct. 30 and Nov. 1 - Music Concerts Enjoy an on-campus instrumental concert at 7 p.m. on Oct. 30. Take in the USF choral concert at Central Baptist Church on Nov. 1 at 4 p.m. followed by dinner and a raffle.
Nov 11
Nov. 11-14, 15 - I Never Saw Another Butterfly Based upon a true story, the play follows Raja’s experience as a young girl living in the Jewish ghetto of Terezin. Holocaust survivor Inge Auerbacher will give a free public presentation on Nov. 12 at 2 p.m.