We are committed to connecting students to campus support services to ensure all Trojans have the tools to thrive on campus.
Campus Support & Intervention
USC Campus Support & Intervention (CSI) is an office within Campus Well-Being and Crisis Intervention. We are a team of professionals here to assist students, faculty, and staff in navigating complex issues.
- USC Campus Well-being and Education: An office that creates training, workshops, and classes to give you the tools to thrive and create meaningful connections. Check out their Mindful USC app.
- USC Title IX Office: The Title IX Office is responsible for responding to reports of student harassment and student organization discrimination when the harassment or discrimination is based on a protected characteristic.
- Reporting Options: Prohibited conduct may be reported to local law enforcement (LAPD), the USC Department of Public Safety (DPS), or the Title IX Office. Any individual may report prohibited conduct. Support and resources are available to a Reporting Party regardless of the chosen reporting option.
- Sexual Assault & Survivor Support: Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention and Services provides immediate therapy services for situations related to gender- and power-based harm.
The USC Career Center encourages you to explore how employers and organizations value attracting diverse students in order to build an inclusive culture with diverse perspectives.
Learning Support & Resources
USC provides various learning support and resources to cultivate academic growth of success.
- Academic Counseling Services
- Disability Services and Programs
- Lifestyle Redesign Life Coaching
- Kortschak Center for Learning and Creativity
- Tutoring Services
- USC Center for Academic Support
Each year, GSG and USG provide free legal counseling to the whole student population at USC. Legal counseling is every Monday from 3:00-9:00pm and each appointment is 30 minutes. Registration required.
Mental Health Services & Support
Multiple resources and services provided through the USC Student Health Center.
Student Basic Needs
The Student Basic Needs department 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.