USC Student Equity and Inclusion Programs (SEIP) is a cluster of student development centers and initiatives within USC Student Affairs that offer student support services and programs that focus on intersectionality, sense of belonging and well-being. SEIP centers consist of the following:
APASS seeks to educate, engage, and empower the Asian Pacific American community through programming, dialogue, and community-building. APASS advocates for all members of the Asian, Pacific Islander, and Desi American community.
CBCSA provides intentional, holistic, scholarly and co-curricular programming designed to strengthen the understanding of Black diasporic heritage. We enhance the academic, cultural, leadership and social development of the entire USC community.
La CASA provides empowerment through cultural identity, leadership and social consciousness development, as well as community building for all USC students. It strives to educate the campus about Latinx issues and the ethnic diversity represented within the community by offering programs and services that focus on intersectionality.
The LGBTQ+ Student Center provides support, advocacy, education, and community for all USC students. The center welcomes students from across the gender and sexual identity spectra and is dedicated to providing support & programming for all the intersectionality of identities within the university’s diverse community.
This center fosters a culture of holistic well-being by helping to eliminate life barriers, such as food, housing, and economic injustice, that may jeopardize student academic and personal success.
The VRC enhances the individual and academic success of veterans, service members, and their families. It is committed to supporting the veteran community in the areas of higher education, GI Bill benefits, academic success, graduation, career development, and wellbeing.
A list of all student organizations and student assemblies can be found through this database: https://usc.campuslabs.com/engage/
The USC Undergraduate Student Government is the official governing body of the nearly 20,000 undergraduates at the University of Southern California. Check out their Undergraduate Student Government Resource Guides
GSG is responsible for building community and representing the graduate and professional student experience.
FGSU fosters community for first-generation students at USC through events, programming, and provides a platform for first-gen advocacy.
USC’s Academic senate provides resources that can help students manage personal concerns that threaten their emotional or academic well-being.
The Volunteer Center is dedicated to promoting service within USC, the greater Los Angeles area, and the global community as a whole.
The USC Recreational Sports provides the university community the opportunity to pursue a balances, healthy lifestyle through participation in recreational activities.
USC Student Health is committed to providing the highest quality primary health care to Trojans while at USC.