9/23 – Message to USC Community

September 23, 2022 Dear USC Community, It is wonderful to see our campus alive with in-person classes, activities and events that provide opportunities for our students to learn and interact. We’ve enjoyed seeing so many of you at our evening concerts, involvement and career fairs, and so much more. A thriving Greek Life has been…

Immediate Steps Based on Initial Recommendations from IFC Culture, Prevention and Accountability Working Group
University’s response to Simon Wiesenthal Center

President Folt and the USC Board of Trustees have publicly and unequivocally denounced antisemitism in all its forms and are committed to creating an environment which is safe for our Jewish community. The university understands why students, faculty and staff have felt unsafe following a series of hateful tweets that called for violence against both…

12/17- Clarification to 12/17 Health Advisory

We are closely monitoring changing conditions and preparing to adapt as need. As part of these plans, like many universities, we are considering the possibility of delaying our in-person return with a temporary remote start in January. We have no intention of having a remote Spring semester and are planning to continue in-person instruction for…

10/29- Letter to the community from President Folt regarding recent events

Addressing Sexual Assault October 29, 2021 Dear USC community, Sexual assault is a serious problem at university campuses across the country, and it is a problem at USC. When it happens, the entire university is impacted. We share in the anger at this violence and compassion for those who are harmed. It strikes at the…

10/5- Game Day Update

Dear Trojan Family, After a dominating victory over Colorado, our football team returns home for Trojan Family Weekend! We are excited to welcome thousands of USC parents and families to campus and the Coliseum this Saturday! Thank you to everyone who has made our return to tailgating – and to the Coliseum – a success…

1/1: Message from President Folt

President Carol Folt reminds the USC community to comply with public health measures going into the new year.