Asian Pacific American Student Services (APASS)
Asian Pacific American Student Services (APASS) is a resource unit designed to assist you in your cultural and personal development and to increase the overall awareness of the Asian Pacific American community at USC and in society.
Office of Campus Activities (CA)
Campus Activities provides educational, cultural, and social programs as well as support services to student organizations, their leaders, and the campus community.
Center for Black Cultural Student Affairs (CBCSA)
The Center for Black Cultural and Student Affairs (CBCSA) provides a wide range of support services, programs, and activities aimed at the development of undergraduate and graduate students.
Center for Academic Support (CAS)
The Center for Academic Support is the central resource and referral agency for learning enrichment at USC.
Center for Women and Men (CWM)
The Center for Women and Men serves as a haven for students, staff, and faculty. The center fosters an environment that enriches the USC experience across lines of gender, race, ethnicity, class, and sexual orientation by providing educational programs that help prevent sexual violence and create healthy relationships.
Disability Services and Programs (DSP)
Disability Services and Programs (DSP) provides support services to enable students with disabilities to develop their academic potential, while having the dignity of working toward an independent lifestyle.
El Centro Chicano
United University Church 300
El Centro provides culturally sensitive programs that foster and promote the academic and personal success of Latino/a students. In addition, it strives to educate the campus about Latino/a issues and the ethnic diversity represented within the community (i.e. Central & South America, Caribbean, Mexico).
Office for Fraternity and Sorority Leadership Development
Greek Life at USC strives to create opportunities for student involvement in order to enhance personal and leadership development through (a) participation in self-governance through Greek chapters, honor societies, and/or one of six Greek governance councils, or (b) student employment experiences
Health Promotion and Prevention Services (HPPS)
Health Promotion and Prevention Services provides education, support, and resources in order to advance the health of students on the University Park campus. In addition, HPPS maintains a Resource Room where students can drop by to ask questions, look up health information, talk with a Peer Health Educator, and more.
Office of International Services (OIS)
Through a broad range of services, the Office of International Services assists the more than 5,000 non-immigrant students, scholars, faculty and staff associated with the University of Southern California in achieving their educational, professional and personal objectives.
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Resource Center (LGBT)
The LGBT Resource Center works in collaboration with different campus departments, organizations, and community members to create an inclusive, welcoming, and safe environment for all students, faculty, and staff.
Lifestyle Redesign® for the College Student
STU 301 (UPC), CSC-133 (HSC)
Lifestyle Redesign® for the College Student is a program that provides students with individual or group sessions with an Occupational Therapist to work on time management, stress management, procrastination, focus, nutrition/exercise, and overall lifestyle balance to help successfully manage the demands of college life.
Norman Topping Student Aid Fund
The Norman Topping Student Aid Fund is the only student initiated, student funded, primarily student administered scholarship in the nation. Its purpose is to assist students with high financial need who demonstrate an extraordinary level of community awareness in their pursuit of higher education at the University of Southern California.
Peer Mediators: Student Judicial Affairs and Community Standards
The Peer Mediation Program (PMP) at the University of Southern California (USC) was created to empower university constituents with the process and ability to peacefully and constructively address differences with the goal of facilitating the fulfillment of personal, institutional, and community goals.
Recreational Sports Department
Through club sports, intramural sports, martial arts, and fitness classes, Recreational Sports has various ways to maintain your health and fitness throughout the year.
Office for Religious Life
University Religious Center 102
The Office of Religious Life sponsors campus programs with a moral, religious, or spiritual focus, and it cosponsors events with other university units and partnerships of student religious groups. Here students can find a religious home base, form a new group, handle an ethical dilemma, or research a paper topic.
Office for Residential Education
Residential Education provides a student-centered, academically supportive residential environment by encouraging students’ intellectual, moral, and personal growth and cultivating responsible citizenship within the residential community. Resident Advisors are a part of this office.
Student Support and Advocacy
Student Support and Advocacy assists students and families in resolving complex issues which adversely affect a student’s collegiate experience. Whether personal, academic, or financial, we evaluate and present options to students and facilitate communication and connections with university departments.
Veteran Affairs Office
John Hubbard Hall 101
The Veteran Affairs Office processes all applications and forwards enrollment certifications to regional offices of the Veterans Administration, provides assistance to students with problems that relate to the Veterans Administration educational (or covered) programs, and maintains a reference file on all VA students for up to 3 years.
The Volunteer Center is a primarily student-run program within the Division of Student Affairs that offers exciting opportunities for students, alumni, faculty, and staff to get involved with the community.