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New Student Academic Intervention Program

General Information

The program is designed to assist first time enrolled freshmen and undergraduate transfer students. The program facilitates the academic success as well as the personal growth and welfare of first year students at USC. Information concerning academic support, counseling, advisement and other services are electronically emailed to every student first-time enrolled student throughout each fall semester.

Students have the opportunity to meet in-person or communicate via email with experienced staff members at the University. Staff members can provide assistance with any number of valuable resources that are available on campus. Additional follow-up information concerning academic performance from the fall semester and referrals are provided during the beginning of the spring semester, if needed, to students and their academic advisors in various schools.

For more information regarding this program please contact:

Patricia Tobey, Ph.D
Associate Dean/Director, Academic Support Programs
Email: study@usc.edu