Housing and Dining

Ibis Hall (USC)

exterior of university student center residence

Living on campus at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg is about more than just having a place to sleep when not in class. At the office of Housing & Residential Education, we strive to make residents’ experience of living on campus one that they won’t forget!


QUICK FACTS

  • Occupancy: 201
  • Year Built: 2012
  • Gender: Male Suites/Female Suites
  • Number of Residential Floors: 5
  • Number of Hall Directors: 1
  • Number of Resident Assistants: 5
  • Who is housed here? Primarily lower division undergraduate students

Located in the heart of campus, the Ibis Hall (USC) sports a modern feel and plenty of amenities that make it a great place to call home. Offering double or triple shared rooms, the Ibis Hall (USC) overlooks Downtown St. Petersburg on one side and the USF St. Petersburg campus on the other.


floorplan for 2 or 3 people in usc residence

Every double or triple shared room includes: 

  • 2-3 twin-XL beds
  • 2-3 dressers
  • 2-3 wardrobes
  • 2-3 desks and desk chairs

Every floor also has a lounge furnished with:

  • TV
  • couches
  • chairs
  • tables
main lobby front entrance in USC

Main lobby front entrance

Fish aquarium in The Reef, USC

Fish aquarium in The Reef, USC

Hall lounge on residence hall floor

Hall lounge on residence hall floor

 

Students talking in USC residence hall room

Students talking in residence hall room

Student on bunkbed in USC residential room

Student on bunkbed in residential room

Student studying at desk by window in USC room

Student studying at desk by window in room