- USC will resume in-person learning as planned on Monday, Jan. 24.
- Omicron cases have started to decline, but some members of our community are testing positive, in quarantine or dealing with illnesses or exposures within their households. As a result, some classes may temporarily move online and some campus services may be slower than normal.
- Some events in the next few weeks may need to be rescheduled or canceled on short notice. Tuesday’s in-person spring new student convocation will proceed with enhanced safety protocols, including spacing and masking.
- Remember: Stay up to date on COVID-19 vaccinations and boosters and update records on MySHR; follow the university’s masking guidelines at all times (while indoors or in crowded outdoor spaces, you must wear a surgical mask, KN95, or N95); complete your TrojanCheck every day before accessing campus; and if you are sick, stay home and get tested for COVID-19.
Read the full memo from Provost Charles Zukoski and USC Student Health’s Sarah Van Orman.