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 and 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:
TAY Drop in centers: safe places for students to spend time usually with accessibility to showers, laundry machines, computers, gaming systems and access to case managers. Most ask for ID and conduct confidential intakes (for funding purposes) but some accept international students. Students don’t need to have Medi-Cal or a diagnosis to access them.
TranSCare: transgender resources at Engemann Student Health Center for medical and insurance assistance.
- 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