For students and neighbors
USC broke ground on the USC Village project, the largest development project ever in South LA. As many as 2,700 future Trojan students a year will call USC Village their home.
Thousands of students from abroad dream of going to college in the U.S., but learning university-level English and taking all the necessary entrance exams can be tough. Thanks to the USC International Academy, a new group of aspiring scholars is now getting the help they need.
Three LA institutions will administer a multimillion-dollar federal grant from the National Science Foundation that fosters innovation in Southern California by encouraging the translation of research beyond the lab. Welcome to Los Angeles, NSF Innovation Corps.
USC Iovine and Young Academy's inaugural freshmen class helped unveil The Garage, a 9,000-square-foot dynamic workspace designed with the latest 3-D printers, technology and digital tools.
It's called the da Vinci Xi robot, and it's making waves in medicine. Keck Medical Center of USC is now the worldwide training center for surgeons learning how to use the new Xi robotic system for thoracic procedures — operations on the organs in the chest.