Practical USC and Community Resources
Asian Pacific American Student Services: This office offers a range of services and programs for students.
Bias Incident Reporting: a resource to report hate bias, incidents, and/or crimes.
Career Services: Numerous resources to help with interview preparation and job fairs.
Center for Academic Support: a rich arrange of resources for students to reach their academic goals.
Center for Black Cultural Student Affairs: Cultural resource for support and connection for students.
El Centro: Programs and services for students.
Department of Public Safety (DPS): includes info on their Live Safe app or how to sign up for Trojan Alerts to your phone or email. Learn about resources for self-defense training and registering your bike.
Disabled Access to Road Transportation (DART): a free service for those with temporary mobility issues in getting around campus.
Disability Services & Programs: this office offers many resources to help you meet your academic goals. Please be advised that requests for accommodations may take up to 2 weeks to process and approve.
First Generation to College: A resource guide for students from Dornsife.
Legal Aid: free consults via GSG and USG, (213) 740-5620
Occupational Therapy at USC Occupational Therapy Faculty Practice: learn time management and organizational goals, accepts most insurance. Please contact them if you are concerned about cost. firstname.lastname@example.org; Phone: (323) 442-3340; Fax: (323) 442-3351
Student Support & Advocacy: This office provides support and reviews options to students facing personal, academic, or financial challenges.
Studying Abroad: Therapy resources while you are pursuing studies abroad
Online workshops at Kortschak Center for Learning and Creativity:
Transgender Resources such as TranSCare at Engemann Student Health Center: outlines medical and insurance resources
- LGBT Resource Center: offers comprehensive info on housing, name changes, and much more.
Triumph Foundation: a comprehensive disability resources in Southern California
Trojan Guardian Scholars: resources for students who identify as former foster youth, wards of the state, or emancipated minors
Trojans Caring for Trojans (TC4T): share your concerns about a student whether it is behavior changes or concerning remarks, anonymous concerns are also welcome
Undocumented Students Resource Guide from USG
Veterans: Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at USC. For any veteran that has served a day in the reserves, national guard, or on active duty; for the veteran and their family, whomever the veteran defines that to be.