All new USC students must complete the university’s online education modules (campus safety, sexual harassment prevention, and alcohol abuse prevention).  New graduate students must complete the campus safety and sexual harassment prevention courses (except students in online programs, who only complete the sexual harassment prevention course).  New undergraduate must complete all three courses.  The completion deadline is October 3, 2017.  Students who do not complete the courses will not be allowed to register for Spring 2018 courses.  More information about the course requirement is available at http://studentaffairs.usc.edu/mandatory-online-courses-for-students/.   Login to the student portal (https://my.usc.edu) to view your course requirements.  Students can launch the courses fromRead More →

Summer2017-GSGUpdate-Policies GSG provides a number of opportunities including travel grants, discounted U-pass, childcare subsidies, emergency funding for undocumented and international students, and other programs and events. Check out their flyer above.Read More →

Social Justice Summit Fall 2017 – Flyer Dear Rossier doctoral students, The Center for Education, Identity and Social Justice is pleased to announce our first official event: Summit on (De)Institutionalizing Islamophobia on College Campuses. The Summit will address the legal issues and policies affecting today’s Muslim college students. It will explore thoughtful and empirically based understanding of the diversity and intersectionality within the Muslim community. This event is open to higher education and student affairs professionals and scholars as well as student leaders, with a special rate for student leaders. We’d like to personally extend our invitation to you to join us for this one dayRead More →