Spotlight USC - Graduate Education
This half-day, comprehensive program is designed to allow prospective graduate students to: explore the USC campus; learn how to craft a dynamic and complete graduate application; and, meet the professionals who will guide prospective students along their first steps to becoming members of the Trojan Family. Spotlight USC is open to college juniors, seniors, and holders of a bachelor’s or post-graduate degrees.
* If you have already applied for graduate admission and wish to visit USC, please contact your intended School or department(s) directly. A list of USC 's Schools and academic departments can be found here.
|9:45 A.M.||Welcome and Overview of Graduate Admissions - A general introduction to USC's graduate programs and the application process.|
|10:00 A.M.||Financial Resources - An overview of funding sources for your graduate studies and how to apply.|
|10:30 A.M.||Campus Resources - An introduction to on-campus resources for graduate students, including housing, cultural and recreational resources, and student government.|
|10:45 A.M.||Break - An opportunity to speak personally with a graduate admissions professional, use the restroom, or purchase refreshments.|
|11:00 A.M.||Campus Tour (optional) - A walking tour of the University Park Campus, introducing you to our state-of-the-art facilities and the intimate community atmosphere of our campus.|
|12:00 P.M.||Program Concludes|
If you are interested in a follow-up visit to your intended graduate department(s) or School, you may arrange this with them directly. Some departments offer regularly scheduled visit programs for prospective students, so please be sure to check their homepage before contacting them.
Limited spaces are available for remaining Spotlight: USC events. Please make a selection from the following links and complete the reservation form to reserve a spot on that date. Online registration closes 48 hours prior to each event date.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information about reservations.
The program is free of charge, but there is an $10 fee for parking on campus.