Life on campus stays in motion. Student-run activities, exclusive film screenings, research showcases, open mic nights, outdoor yoga, pop-up shops — you name it, and we’ve got it.
Find Your People
Whether on campus or out in the world, Trojans are good at finding each other. USC students meet up for myriad reasons — 3D printing, improv comedy, bioethics debate, cultural potlucks, art on USC’s lawns, Bollywood Fusion dance, the list goes on. Immerse yourself in a dynamic atmosphere that’s welcoming to all.
Housing & Dining
You’re here to study, and we have your back. Take advantage of diverse dining options, home amenities, safety information and everything else you need to live and thrive on campus.
Shop. Dine. Downward dog. A world of activity is happening right where you live and learn.
That Trojan Energy
Campus is always on — whether you’re walking to class alongside a Trojan Marching Band practice, browsing for fruit at the weekly farmer’s market or signing up for one of USC’s 1,000+ clubs, there’s something happening around you.
Clubs & Organizations
Make friends, grow your passions and learn something new.
Dig into Los Angeles and beyond with real-world contributions to the community.
Asian Pacific American Student Services (APASS)
Students who identify as Asian, Pacific Islander and Desi American (APIDA) can find a mentor, opportunities for leadership development, advocacy and community involvement, and more from APASS, which also provides cross-cultural educational programming for the entire campus.
Center for Black Cultural and Student Affairs (CBCSA)
CBCSA strengthens understanding of Black Diasporic heritage through a community that focuses on Black excellence through the following six pillars of success: Cultural Investment, Community Building and Engagement, Collaborative Partnerships, Social and Professional Development, Student Empowerment and Student Wellness.
First Generation Plus Success Center (FG+SC)
First-generation, undocumented, transfer and former foster youth students can turn to FG+SC to navigate campus and build a sense of belonging and a culture of holistic well-being through intentional mentorship, supportive services and leadership opportunities.
Latinx/Chicanx Center for Advocacy and Student Affairs (La CASA)
La CASA educates USC about Latinx issues and the ethnic diversity represented within the community (i.e., Central and South America, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Mexico and Puerto Rico), by offering programs and services that focus on intersectionality.
LGBTQ+ Student Center (LGBTQ+SC)
In collaboration with USC Student Equity and Inclusion Programs and other university partners, LGBTQ+SC is a cultural advocacy center that fosters intentional identity development and leadership development for USC students within the diverse LGBTQ+ community.
Student Basic Needs
The Student Basic Needs department connects students to campus and community resources, streamlines communication with campus partners and develops initiatives to further support students facing life barriers such as food and housing insecurity and other economic injustices that may jeopardize academic and personal success.
Veterans Resource Center (VRC)
From assisting with enrollment, creating intentional veteran-focused programming, connecting students to on-campus services or supporting career development, the VRC supports the individual and academic success of veterans, service members and their families.
Museums & Galleries
With four museums and 11 art galleries, Trojans don’t need to leave campus to have immersive experiences with art.
Spend time with a permanent collection of artwork ranging from old-master paintings to contemporary works.
Take a stroll through one of the few U.S. institutions dedicated to the arts and culture of Asia and the Pacific Islands.
With the largest repository of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ) materials in the world, ONE Archives houses millions of archival items including periodicals, books, films, videos, audio recordings, photographs, artworks, organizational records and personal papers. During building renovations, learn more here.
Trojan resources and values are your anchor for living, working and thriving on campus. At USC, safety means trust, inclusion, respect and belonging.