We are all aware of the devastating flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey in Texas, Louisiana and along the Gulf Coast. The images coming from the… Read more »
We continue to actively monitor the situation in Washington, D.C. with respect to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. I want to reaffirm… Read more »
Dear USC Students, Faculty, and Staff, I welcome all of you, new and returning, to the 2017-18 school year, and I hope that it will… Read more »
I know that our community at the Health Sciences Campus has been particularly affected by the issues surrounding the former dean of our medical school.… Read more »
In just a few short years the USC Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy for Arts, Technology and the Business of Innovation has become a… Read more »
August 2, 2017 To the USC Community: As a large community of more than 60,000 faculty, staff, and students, located not just on two major… Read more »
Because this is an issue that is concerning to our entire community, I am writing with an update on our actions regarding former medical school dean Carmen Puliafito.
This university is a great institution and it is great in part because of its core values. I assure you that we strive to live up to those values every day.
Memorandum to USC Faculty, Staff, and Students June 26, 2017 I write to update you on Monday’s U.S. Supreme Court opinion based on the Administration’s… Read more »
The University of Southern California wants to better prepare for – and try to prevent – any future tragedies, by promoting a more mindful, compassionate, and healthy campus. We believe that organizing these efforts under one office will provide a more coordinated and comprehensive approach to ensuring the health and safety of our entire university community.