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July 6, 2017

Visit USC!

If you are considering USC and you plan to be in the Los Angeles area, we encourage you to come visit us on campus. We offer a number of programs and opportunities to tour and learn about USC. For starters, we offer admission tours Monday through Friday at our Admission Center in the Ronald Tutor Campus Center.  Campus Tours are 90 minutes and are led by student tour guides who are extremely knowledgeable about the history, academics, and student life at USC. The Campus Tours are also paired with a 30-minute admission presentation.

If you’re looking for a more in-depth look at USC, we offer a 3.5-hour program called Meet USCMeet USC is a program that is recommended for high school juniors and seniors. The program consists of an hour presentation conducted by one of our admission counselors, where we will cover an introduction to USC, the application, and financial aid process. The presentation is followed by a 90-minute tour of campus led by one of our student tour guides. Our tour guides are the best resource when it comes to questions about student life, as they are current USC students. The last hour is a meeting with the academic unit of your choice. Thus, depending on your intended major, you would meet with a representative from that area of study, and they would cover all there is to know about their programs and admission.

Our tours are a great option if you plan to visit during normal business hours, 9:00 – 5:00pm, Monday – Friday. However, if you plan to visit on the weekend or in the evening, or you just want a more individualized look at USC, there is a self-guided tour that is downloadable, here.  We hope to see you on campus soon!

4 Comments

  1. Alexander Lu says:

    Is there any Campus tour or “Meet USC” during August?

    Thank you.

  2. Jitendra Jain says:

    What time does the morning tour for today(Sept 1st 2017) start?

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