9/6- Student mental health and well-being

Sept. 6, 2022 TO: USC Students FROM:                    Sarah Van Orman, MD MMD FACHA; Chief Health Officer, USC Student Health, Keck Medicine of USC; Associate Vice Provost; Division Chief for College Health, Keck School of Medicine Broderick Leaks, PhD, Director of Counseling and Mental Health Services, USC Student Health, Keck Medicine of USC; Vice Chair of College Mental…

8/2-COVID-19 safety and other key reminders

To:       USC Students Cc:       USC Faculty and Staff, USC Parents Re:       COVID-19 Safety and Other Key Reminders Fr:        Sarah Van Orman, MD, MMM, FACHA We are looking forward to a vibrant fall semester, and the arrival of our students for the beginning of the academic year. As we prepare to greet one another in…

5/3 – Update on COVID-19 Procedures

May 3, 2022 To:       USC Community Fr:        Sarah Van Orman, Chief Health Officer, USC Student Health             Division Chief for College Health, Keck School of Medicine of USC RE:       Update on COVID-19 Procedures The following information provides updated guidance on campus procedures related to COVID-19 safety and public health notifications to our campus community. Currently,…

2/25- COVID-19 Masking Update for Campuses

February 25, 2022 TO:      USC Students, Faculty and University Staff FR:      Sarah Van Orman, MD, MMM, FACHA, Chief Health Officer, USC Student Health             Division Chief for College Health, Keck School of Medicine of USC             Deona Willes, MPH, CLS Executive Director, Environmental Health and Safety RE:      COVID-19 Masking Update for Campuses As COVID-19 cases…

2/18 – COVID-19 Update for Campuses

February 18, 2022 TO:      USC Students, Faculty and University Staff FR:       Sarah Van Orman, Chief Health Officer, USC Student Health             Division Chief for College Health, Keck School of Medicine of USC RE:       COVID-19 Update for Campuses The spring 2022 current outlook on COVID-19 transmission has greatly improved at USC and in LA County since the peak…

2/16 – LA County Lifts Outdoor Masking Requirement

In alignment with the revised Public Health Officer order, masking is no longer required at outdoor events. University-sponsored outdoor events of all sizes no longer require masking for attendees. Masking continues to be required indoors, and in special environments including on USC transportation, and in all USC health care facilities including testing sites.