The USC Black Alumni Association invites you and two of your family members to participate in the festive 14th annual “Welcome to the Trojan Family Pinning & Affirmation Ceremony”. This special event brings together our new USC undergraduate and graduate Black students and their families, along with USC alumni and current students in a celebration complete with music, dance, stories of the great achievements of Black students at USC, light refreshments, and more.
The Black and Latino: New Student Symposium is a personalized student welcome geared toward Black and Latino students, but open to ALL incoming students. This is an opportunity for incoming students to learn about specific campus involvement opportunities and resources to help them achieve success during their first year at USC. It will also include workshops to get students connected to current students, faculty, and staff.
Sponsored by: Center for Black Cultural and Student Affairs and El Centro Chicano
Black Welcome Week is a collaborative effort between CBCSA, the Black Student Assembly (BSA), and black student organizations aimed to introduce new and returning students to the multiple and diverse cultural events and opportunities that are part of the Trojan experience. Activities range from engaging students in civic and community involvement to indulging in cultural foods while socializing with students, faculty and staff. Don't miss out on this great opportunity to engage in this Trojan family tradition.