Category Archives: Admitted Students
July 20, 2017
The Trojan Family – USC’s roughly 375,000 living alumni, along with staff, faculty, and all current students and their relatives – is a powerful professional network. While USC students gain substantial preparation for their professional endeavors within the classroom, this network is likewise valuable in helping Trojans establish their career after graduation.
May 18, 2017
It’s a conflicted feeling. The culmination of years of patience and support, a parent’s daughter or son has achieved the remarkable feat of being accepted to college. Pride radiates in heavy doses as they glow with the knowledge that their child is on track to follow their dreams and take the next steps toward adulthood! But, while the prospect of one’s child attaining self-sufficiency (along with the maturity to finally do their own darn laundry) is surely a nice one, the thought of losing touch with their world can be devastating. At USC, however, we understand that releasing the reins is no easy task – that’s where Maria Riley comes in.
May 11, 2017
Graduation day has finally arrived! As many of you prepare to graduate from high school, USC will also confer approximately 15,000 degrees today. You can watch our commencement speaker Will Ferrell, class of 1990, at our 134th commencement ceremony taking place in Alumni Park today. Check out our facebook page for the live feed. We are so excited to congratulate the class of 2017!!!
Fight On Forever Trojans!
April 20, 2017
Hi everyone! Check out this week’s blog from a current USC student majoring in Dance in the Kaufman School. Our students find tons of ways to get involved whether they are dancers, engineers, or philosophy majors. Rebecca’s experience mirrors many of our students throughout every college at USC. Check it out and enjoy!
April 13, 2017
I’d like you to think back to a year ago (back when you still believed that junior year was going to be the hardest…lol) and appreciate the vast distance you have covered. You have gone from figuring out what type of college might be a good fit and considering possible majors to actually applying to specific schools and programs. You have written essay upon essay, filled out form upon form, and you probably never want to meet another tour guide again (though you totally want to be one next year). I’ve got good news for you–the end is in sight!
April 6, 2017
Hannah Wolff is a College Counselor at Langley High School in Northern Virginia. She visited USC last fall for our annual High School Counselor Fly-In. Here she shares her perspective on USC and some of the reasons her students choose to attend. Also, she’s the best!
March 23, 2017
So much happens in March. Not only do we spend much of the month meeting with high school juniors during their spring breaks, but we’re also on the road ourselves, visiting high schools, as well as reading and discussing applications; which is why I’m writing today. You heard it here first: USC admission decisions are in the mail and most of our first-year applicants should receive an information packet or letter from us within the next 48-72 hours.
September 2, 2016
Hi everyone and welcome back!! Can you believe that another school year is upon us??? It seems like we were just wrapping up last year’s admission cycle and now we’re getting ready to head out on the road again to visit all of you! We hope you enjoyed summer and found some time to relax.
May 19, 2016
Many transfer students are beginning to hear from us with decisions. If you haven’t already, don’t panic. We will contact everyone by June 1st with either a request for spring grades or a decision. Which basically means more waiting…sorry. For those of you have already been admitted, or are wondering what the next steps will be if you are admitted, this blog’s for you.
April 27, 2016
Howdy! My name is Michael Gorse, and my pronouns are he/him/his. I currently work as the graduate program manager at the LGBT Resource Center at USC, where we provide support services and programming/event opportunities for all LGBT and ally students. We work to create a more welcoming campus climate for all minorities and work closely with the three other cultural centers (Asian Pacific American Student Services (APASS), the Center for Black Cultural and Student Affairs (CBCSA), and El Centro Chicano) to provide safe spaces for students to be themselves.