From student activities and special groups to residential colleges and activism, you'll find an endless array of opportunities for involvement and ways to show your commitments. If we don't have it, maybe you can start it!
Informal learning experiences in the comfort of your residence hall will enrich your education. See how.
Cultural affiliations help strengthen the USC student community. Join in!
- Asian Pacific American Student Services (APASS)
- Center for Black Cultural and Student Affairs (CBCSA)
- El Centro Chicano
- Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender (LGBT) Resource Center
- Center for Women and Men
- Religious Life
Help define the common good and represent your classmates through elective office. Yes you can!
Whatever your interests, there's probably a group you can join and help lead -- from academic, cultural, and political, to recreational, social, and sororities and fraternities. It's another great way to become part of USC.
Need help with your résumé or developing those interviewing skills? Looking for an internship or a full-time position after graduation? The USC Career Center provides these services and more to all members of the Trojan Family.
Honor Societies (SCampus)
Your affiliation with honors societies can last a lifetime, as can the friendships you'll make with others who share your passion for learning!
New for 2009, the Student Involvement Transcript allows you to keep track of your co-curricular activities including your membership in organizations, event participation, and more.