Student Organizations and Clubs
Campus life at USC connects you with people from all walks of life and ways to explore the world around you. With many student clubs and organizations, there are plenty of ways to find something that speaks to you — whether it’s rediscovering an old hobby, trying something new, learning more about cultures and religions different from your own, or anything else that you find fulfilling. Engaging with your fellow USC students offers endless possibilities to shape your college experience. Join a club or organization — you just might make some forever friends along the way.
Gain real-world nonprofit consulting experience with mentorship and support as you navigate client engagements, recruit for internships and build a network across 33+ countries and 5,000+ consultants worldwide.
Engage with artists to deepen your knowledge of the creative process, grow your experience with different mediums, gain familiarity with the entertainment industry and more.
Access research workshops, be matched with a USC faculty member and present your research progress at an end-of-year research symposium.
Indian students bring together their diverse cultures to connect with what they share in common by sharing food, music, lifestyle and more.
Students and their families gain numerous, meaningful opportunities to stay connected to Jewish life throughout the year.
Women of all ethnicities and backgrounds help minority women be represented in the collegiate and professional worlds through academic enhancement, community service and networking opportunities.
Join an independent student production company that breaks common barriers to getting involved with theater and performance.
Engage with an intersectional creative community that develops a space for students at USC to explore and express intersectional feminism through creative work.
USC’s student-run art, fashion and culture publication features the work of current students, USC alumni, L.A. artists and noteworthy national and international creators.
Advocate for policy change, educate the USC community and engage in direct service on any and every issue affecting unhoused folks in L.A.
IDEAS builds networks and grows awareness of issues affecting students lacking permanent legal status, including but not limited to TPS holders, AB540 and DACA students.
CLOVER focuses on conscientious living club through environmentalism, animal rights and personal well-being.
USC students are growing gaming community for both casual and competitive levels, open to students at any level. Join LAN parties, tournaments, viewing parties and competitive teams.
Take on adventures with a diverse and inclusive outdoor community that craves the wilderness of Southern California, the West and beyond.
Conceptualize and build escape rooms on campus and in virtual spaces, visit local escape rooms, host networking events with entertainment professionals and more.
Join a community that supports, educates and engages members to thrive in pursuit of belonging and purpose.
Order of Omega and Gamma Sigma Alpha offer students involved with USC’s Greek life networking and career events, community service opportunities, additional leadership roles and more.
With nine sororities and fraternities, NPHC promotes cross-group interaction, cooperation and communication through forums, meetings and other mediums for the exchange of information and engages in cooperative programming and initiatives through various activities and functions.