Find resources for wellbeing and safety for faculty, students, and staff.
Community Resources (for Faculty, Staff, and Students)
Accessibility: Institutional Accessibility and ADA Compliance
The Office of Institutional Accessibility (OIA) oversees efforts to ensure equitable access and full participation for individuals with disabilities in all USC programs and services.
CSI: Campus Support and Intervention
CSI connects with members of the USC community when they need support in achieving their academic, professional, and/or personal goals.
DPS: Department of Public Safety
213-740-4321 (University Park Campus)
323-442-1000 (Health Sciences Campus)
213-740-6000 (University Park Campus)
323-442-1200 (Health Sciences Campus)
EEO-TIX: Office for Equity, Equal Opportunity, and Title IX
Resources and resolution options for addressing reports of protected class discrimination, harassment, and retaliation, as well as for education, training, and proactive partnerships that promote equity and civil rights.
Ombuds: Office of the Ombuds
If you are experiencing a university-related concern, conflict, or challenging situation, please feel free to contact the Office of the Ombuds, at either UPC or HSC. The office is open to all members of the USC community with a campus-related issue.
UPC Ombuds Office | (213) 821-9556 | firstname.lastname@example.org
HSC Ombuds Office | (323) 442-0382 | email@example.com
OPE: Office of Professionalism and Ethics
The Office of Professionalism and Ethics (OPE) serves as a centralized clearinghouse for complaints and the subsequent tracking of those complaints at USC for both campuses and all university programs and affiliates. The office also provides oversight of investigations.
Phone: (213) 740-5755
TC4T: Trojans Care 4 Trojans
A private and anonymous reporting option for students, faculty, and staff that is managed by CSI.
The WorkWell Center (formerly known as the Center for Work and Family Life) has been providing programs and services for USC faculty, staff, and their dependents, as well as post-docs and retirees, for 40 years. As one of the many benefits offered to USC faculty and staff, services include the traditional Employee Assistance Program offerings but go beyond with innovative health and well-being programs that help support the whole person.
Phone: (213) 821-0800
Select Resources for Students
RSVP: Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Services
Through the 24/7 Advocates on-call service, 213-740-9355 (WELL), RSVP provides transportation and accompaniment to SART centers for students, and navigation of reporting options, medical and mental health support, campus accommodations, and other support services. Services are also available for survivors of dating/partner violence, stalking, and other forms of gender-based harm. Advocates may also be contacted by secure message through the MySHR patient portal, https://usc.edu/myshr.
Student Counseling and Mental Health
Provides confidential counseling and support services for students, walk-in services for students experiencing urgent mental health situations, and “drop-in” appointments through “Let’s Talk.” Services are available in person at the Engemann Student Health Center (3rd floor), Eric Cohen Student Health Center (HC1 first floor), and virtually through TeleHealth. Online booking is available through the MySHR patient portal, https://usc.edu/myshr. Call 24/7 for urgent concerns.
Phone: 213-740-9355 (WELL)
For a full list of confidential and private resources, please visit the EEO-TIX website