Visit Us

Visit Us


USF St. Petersburg campus
140 7th Ave. South
St. Petersburg, FL 33701

727 873-7748 (USFSP-4-U)


USF St. Petersburg campus map (.pdf)

Visitor parking is available in the Fifth Street Parking Facility. For additional information, see Parking and Transportation.

Campus Tours

Students on Waterfront flashing bull hand sign

Grab your sunglasses and join us for a walking tour of campus.




The USF St. Petersburg campus offers accommodation for individuals through Student Accessibility Services


Memberships available. Lessons for boating, sailing, fitness and Red Cross available. Our campus also offers camps, adventures, group fitness and an array of events. Discover all what Campus Recreation has to offer.

Guest wireless access is provided to visitors through USF Information Technology.

Call our hotline at: 

  • 727 USF-INFO (727 873-4636) for emergency notifications
  • 3-4636 from on-campus phone system

More information about public safety and preparedness. 

A large selection of textbooks, course materials and supplies will ensure every USF St. Petersburg campus student is prepared for success. The bookstore also has authentic USF St. Petersburg collegiate apparel including USF St. Petersburg campus t-shirts, sweatshirts, gifts, hats and more. We've got USF St. Petersburg campus gift ideas ranging from drinkware to gift cards. Visit the USF St. Petersburg campus bookstore website for location and hours.


By Land
To approach the USF St. Petersburg campus from Interstate 275, take exit 22 and merge onto Interstate 175. The Interstate ends – continue straight onto Fifth Avenue South and proceed to Second Street. The Welcome Center is located at the corner of Fifth Avenue South and Second Street.

By Public Transportation
To approach the USF St. Petersburg campus from the downtown Pinellas Suncoast Transportation Authority (PSTA) Terminal at Williams Park, proceed south on 4th Street to 5th Avenue South. Proceed east on 5th Avenue South to the Welcome Center.

Pinellas Suncoast Transportation Authority bus system map and general information 

By Sea
Tampa Bay and the St. Petersburg area are depicted on United States Coast Guard chart # 11416. Details for Bayboro Harbor are best illustrated on the St. Petersburg inset. Coordinates are North 27-45.91 and West 082-37.62. The harbor entrance is identified by marker “S”, a center channel marker. Proceed west in the channel for about one nautical mile. You will pass the U. S. Coast Guard station on both sides of the channel and then come to the College of Marine Science on the right. Directly ahead will be Harborage Marina. Bear to the right (northwest) and round the various research vessels moored along the break water frontage. The USF St. Petersburg campus docks are ahead on the right.

Hours of operation are 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM, daily. Dock space is very limited. Short term docking is permitted, one to two hours. Bring your own dock lines and fenders. Please, call the Dock Master/Watercraft Coordinator at (727) 873-4948 or the Waterfront office at (727) 873-4597 prior to arrival.

By General Aviation Aircraft
St. Petersburg’s Albert Whitted Airport is directly across the street from campus. The airport identifier is SPG. The airport supports general aviation aircraft including some corporate jets. Fuel and services are available. Please, check with published airport directories for details.