Follow for Follow? A List of USC’s Academic Social Media Accounts


As influencers on all platforms are ramping up content turnout, USC is too (Trojan makeup tutorial or a “Fight On!” Tik Tok Challenge anyone?) Some of the easiest ways to explore USC is through our main social media accounts, @USCedu and @uscadmissions on Instagram as well USC Admission on Twitter.

With faculty and alumni that comprise some of the world’s leaders in technology and research, our social media pages showcase an institution that is actively moving the world forward. The excitement only grows as you engage with the USC’s social media, leading to another way to personalize your application as to why you want to join the Trojan family. Following USC’s social media accounts is a quick and seamless way to learn more about USC, visualize yourself on our campus and connect to other USC related accounts.

USC’s social media accounts reflect the expansive interests of current students, alumni, and faculty, showcasing the value of a USC education. While you may already follow USC’s main accounts, you may not know that our academic departments have their own social media platforms as well, check them out by clicking on the underlined titles!

Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences via InstagramTwitterFacebookYouTube. As Dornsife is the largest college at USC, most majors have specific social media accounts, so be sure to check out their social media directory!

USC School of Architecture via InstagramTwitterFacebookYouTube. The School of Architecture’s website has an extensive study work gallery, take a look at student’s studio and thesis projects.

Roski School of Art and Design via InstagramTwitterFacebookYouTube. Roski’s social media accounts show a rich variety of student and faculty work. To see what other ways Roski students get involved, check out their extensive event calendar. Did you know USC has its own art museum on campus? Virtually walk through galleries via the USC Fisher Art Museum.

Iovine and Young Academy for Arts, Technology and the Business of Innovation via InstagramTwitterFacebook. As the academy is at the forefront of interdisciplinary studies, keep up to date on the latest news/updates at the Academy and in the field via The Pulse of Innovation.

Marshall School of Business via InstagramTwitterFacebook. Eager to listen to the voices of entrepreneurs, business leaders and CEO’s working with Marshall? Check out Marshall Podcasts.

USC School of Cinematic Arts via InstagramTwitterFacebookYouTube. Read up on student stories and check out student projects through the USC School of Cinematic Arts Student Stories page.

Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism via InstagramTwitterFacebookYouTube. Eager to hear USC news first? Read articles written by USC Annenberg students via USC Annenberg Media.

Kaufman School of Dance via InstagramTwitterFacebookYouTube. The Kaufman Student Blog gives in-depth first hand stories of how Kaufman students connect dance inside and outside the classroom.

Ostrow School of Dentistry via InstagramTwitterFacebookYouTube. Learn about the impactful community programs that are at the forefront of bringing accessible dental care to all via Ostrow School of Dentistry Community Programs.

USC School of Dramatic Arts via InstagramTwitterFacebookYouTube. Need a new T.V show or movie to binge watch? Peek at the USC School of Dramatic Arts alumni notable works page.

Viterbi School of Engineering via InstagramTwitterFacebookYouTube. Research is infused in all major’s in Viterbi, find your major’s research center via USC Viterbi Research and Innovation page. Also, if you are interested in learning about the engineering student lifestyle, check out Viterbi Voices.

Davis School of Gerontology  via InstagramTwitterFacebookYouTube. The Aging is Happening Blog showcases the newest research and knowledge related to gerontology’s rapidly growing field.

Keck School of Medicine via InstagramTwitterFacebookYouTube. If you are eager to get your hands on some research, start to take a look at  Keck School of Medicine’s Research Resources.

Thornton School of Music via InstagramTwitterFacebookYouTube. Take a listen to Thorton students sharing their works during USC Thornton School of Music Live!

Mrs. T.H. Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy via InstagramTwitterFacebookYouTube. Be sure to listen to the Trojans Talk OT podcast, a series designed by students to inform and entertain occupational therapy practitioners, students and educators.

USC School of Pharmacy via InstagramTwitterFacebookYouTubeUSC School of Pharmacy News showcases research and innovation that revolutionize healthcare to improve people’s lives.

Price School of Public Policy via InstagramTwitterFacebookYouTube. A must add podcast from Price, Reel Review features engaging conversations about film and television with USC experts from across disciplines (public policy, governance, theater, and cinema) to look at visual storytelling, media literacy, diversity, and the public good.

Cannot Get Enough USC? Here’s More!
Check out more “deep dives” to help you learn what it is like to be a Trojan.

Art and Architecture of USC – Sitting on 226 acres, there are A LOT of historic buildings and influential pieces of artwork on USC’s campus. This self-guided tour will give you insight to some rare pieces of campus history.

Tommy Cam –Tommy Cam is a way to take a bird’s eye view of student traffic in the heart of campus, right near that statue of Tommy Trojan. Waive to your family and friends from sunny Los Angeles!

Tommy Cam

USC Village – Dubbed by the Los Angeles Times as “Disneyland meets Hogwarts,” the USC Village offers 15-acres of retail shopping, all types of food, and multiple coffee shops all-encompassing our residential colleges for students. Check out the USC Village virtual tour.

The University of Southern California Marching Band via Spotify– Last but not least, let’s get into the groove of the sounds of USC. Keep these tunes on repeat, you will learn dances to these songs too! If you want to be a member of the Greatest Marching Band in the History of the Universe.

Happy following!