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.
April 22, 2016
Every year, USC admits students to the spring semester, expecting to enroll about 300-500 of those students. Many people assume spring admission is our waitlist. And while we may be able to move some of the students to the fall semester, spring admission is not a waitlist. Spring admission is an admission offer to USC.
April 12, 2016
USC has been my dream school since I was seven years old. As a child, game day was a big event in my household where my family and I would go all out… dressed in our best cardinal and gold from head to toe, ready to cheer on the Trojans! After my older sister was accepted into USC, my family anticipated that I would soon follow. I did well in high school, I was very involved, and most importantly, I was ready to be a Trojan.
April 1, 2016
What a wonderful time of year! Admitted students recently heard that they are part of the Trojan Family and now it is time for students to make the important decision of where to go to college. At USC, we have many programs for students to get one last look before they make their decision.