For the freshmen students it marks the beginning of their college experience. For our admission staff it marks the recruitment cycle for the next freshmen course. For students and staff fall is just a wonderful time of year for several different reasons. We thought it is nice to review our some of our students and admission counselors to see why they enjoy the fall at USC so much.

Listed here is what some of our students had to say:

‘I love creating TV shows at USC”s Annenberg television Information’ Jake, Senior, Broadcast and Digital Journalism, Ridgefield CT

‘ I love seeing so alumni that are many back to USC Football games to support the Trojans’ Pooja, Junior, Kinesiology, Cupertino, CA

‘I love seeing all the new pupils getting included with the various student organizations who recruit at the start of semester’ Matt, Senior, Public Policy Management and Planning, Irvine, CA

‘I look forward to a cappella auditions and welcoming our members that are new Trace, Junior, Broadcast and Digital Journalism, Elmhurst, IL

‘FOOTBALL’ Ryan, Senior, Accounting, Chicago, IL

Here is what some of our admission counselors had to state:

‘ I adore leaving work each and hearing the marching band practice at the track stadium and listen to Dr. Art Bartner direct the group day. I love that the musical organization permits us to operate on the track during their practices. Good music to help you get fired up!’ Michael Gulotta

‘ I love fall because the learning students come back and bring life back again to campus! It’s great to hear what they did on the summer.’ Samantha Schreiber

‘Conquest is every fall and it’s really a sendoff for our football team, but it is additionally a complete large amount of fun for the rest of campus. The quad that is main turned into a carnival, with a Ferris wheel, fireworks, bonfire, and food. But the most useful part comes at the conclusion associated with the night when they begin the concert. Every year they bring amazing designers to campus to execute for students. My favorite show was Lupe Fiasco!’ Kendall Williams

‘The Trojan Knights’ Olivia Sajjadieh

‘ I like when the weather actually turns to fall and the leaves begin to change color, especially in Alumni Park oahu is the setting that is perfect most of the trees and Doheny in the background!’ Neelam Savla

Family Weekend

This past weekend, USC hosted its yearly Family Weekend to welcome parents and families of current students to campus. Guests managed to wait classes with their student, notice from President Nikias, cheer on the Trojan football team, and indulge in many other events through the entire weekend.

One special program showcased a conversation with Gary Tuchman, a CNN National Correspondent. We are fortunate to own him provide his perspective on being fully a parent that is proud of USC students as a visitor web log contributor this week. Keep reading to hear a USC parent’s viewpoint.

When my son Daniel started kindergarten, my 3rd grade daughter Lindsay was thrilled. She ended up being excited she and her brother would be going to school together. 13 years later, Daniel and Lindsay are experiencing deja vu; but this right time at the University of Southern Ca. My child is a senior in Annenberg; my son is a freshman in the School of Cinematic Arts. They are thrilled to be in college with one another and my partner Kathy and I are delighted and proud to have two young ones in the Trojan Family.

However, they truly are not the only ones in our home who’re part of that Trojan Family. This has been made clear to us from the beginning that as parents we too are users associated with family. The kindness, friendliness, and helpfulness we have experienced from people affiliated with the university has been wonderful. Just this weekend that is past we attended our 4th annual USC Family Weekend. It is great being along with your kids as we all encounter the fun activities that exist. But it’s also inspiring to see the care and meticulousness that USC exhibits in putting the weekend that is elaborate. the university has for the students while the parents of the students.

Our children are not even close to home. We live in Atlanta, Georgia; 2200 miles away. But we want to visit and understand they’re in good fingers when they are in Los Angeles. After all, they are Trojans.

Transferring to USC

For those of you who’re considering transferring to USC we offer range sources and programs to aid guide you through the transfer application procedure.


1) Read through the Transferring to USC Guide. It is really a comprehensive guide to our application process and I also reference it quite usually.

2) pay attention that is close the Additional Course tips for transfer students. Some programs at USC require additional preparation and students must certanly be mindful of these courses when scheduling classes.

3) For pupils transferring from California community universities, we’ve what is called an Articulation Agreement. An articulation contract is really a list of courses we guarantee will transfer through the community college to USC. Students should reference the articulation agreement to understand which of their courses will transfer.

Visiting Campus:

1) We offer Transfer Information Sessions covering the transfer process every at 3pm at our Admission Center tuesday.

2) We also host Transfer Days through the entire fall for students enthusiastic about a more visit that is comprehensive USC. During a transfer time students get the chance to take a walking tour of campus, attend an academic information session, and listen to an aid presentation that is financial.