Faculty and Staff Resources

We are the springs and gears that keep the machine running. We are the teachers, mentors and researchers. We keep the lights on and the buildings clean. We are brand evangelists and institutional defenders. We are the health and wellness providers. We make the university work for everyone. We are the foundation of the university’s mission.

We are SC.

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Campus Support and Intervention connects with members of the USC community when they need support in achieving their academic, professional, and/or personal goals. We can provide consultation, in person, by Zoom, or over the phone, to learn more about your individual situation so we can provide guidance and help you connect with relevant campus and community resources.

Mindful USC offers mindfulness-related classes, programming and events designed to foster growth, health, wisdom, compassion, and connection within and among the diverse communities of USC.

USC Trojans Care 4 Trojans (TC4T) is an initiative within the Office of Campus Wellbeing and Crisis Intervention that empowers USC students, faculty and staff to take action when they are concerned about a fellow Trojan challenged with personal difficulties. This private and anonymous request form provides an opportunity for Trojans to help a member of our Trojan Family.

The USC WorkWell Center (formerly known as the Center for Work and Family Life) provides programs, resources, and services to USC benefits-eligible faculty, staff, and their dependents, as well as post-docs and retirees, that help them thrive in all areas of work-life wellness.

Need help with a university-related concern, conflict, or tough situation? The USC Ombuds Office is here to listen, provide guidance, and keep it confidential. The Ombuds office is available to the USC community, offering support, exploring options, and providing resources to help you navigate through your challenges.

The Office of Religious Life provides confidential pastoral care and spiritual counseling for USC students, faculty, and staff. At the Office of Religious Life, we have almost 50 religious directors on staff representing all the major world religions, enabling us to provide pastoral care and spiritual counseling across faiths and denominations. We also work closely with the Student Counseling Center, the Student Health Center, and the Center for Academic Support in order to offer holistic approaches to counseling and support.

Care for the Caregiver is a comprehensive program designed to ease potential work environment stress for our dedicated healthcare staff and faculty at Keck Medicine of USC. The goal of the program is to create work environments that align with our values and to return to our employees the same level of comfort and care they supply to our patients and their loved ones. Healthcare staff and faculty can contact Care for the Caregiver at 323-865-9897 or CareForTheCaregiver@med.usc.edu.


The Academic Senate is the representative body of the entire faculty at USC, consisting primarily of representatives elected by Faculty Councils at the various schools. As a voice for faculty working with the university administration, it strives to further the academic mission and integrity of the university as a community of scholars, artists and professionals dedicated to the pursuit of knowledge.

The USC Staff Assembly is an officially recognized branch of the university governance system and exists to promote the growth and welfare of staff employees. We research and provide recommendations on any and all matters related to staff work environment, benefits, and policies. We also present Staff Appreciation Week each spring following Commencement.