The university provides a variety of services and activities designed to meet the needs of commuter students. Centralized services in the Pope John Paul II Center were created with commuter students in mind—many resources are available in this convenient location: Student Success and Academic Advising, the Registrar’s Office, The Hideout Cafe’, Library, commuter lockers, computer labs, group study rooms, lounge areas and the commuter bulletin board located across from the vending machines.
Each semester commuter students receive a Connections Newsletter filled with upcoming events and programs, as well as coupons to various venues on campus. Commuter students who have not received their copy of the Connections newsletter should update their contact information on My Cougar Connection.
In addition to the Connections Newsletter, Commuter Services sends e-Newsletters to commuters by way of their USF email address.