Our Fall Admits declare: #IGotintoUSC

#IGotintoUSC

Across the U.S. – indeed, across the world – high school seniors are receiving word that they were admitted to USC. We received 64,000 applications – a record – and admitted just 13 percent – another record.

Our 2018 Spring Admits

The nearly 1,100 students who arrived in January are an impressive group: their average standardized test scores are in the 95th percentile.

Doc featuring USC Shoah Foundation shortlisted for Oscar

Holocaust survivor Eva Schloss in the moments before extensive interviewing gets under way for USC Shoah Foundation’s interactive New Dimensions in Testimony project, which enables people to have question-and-response sessions with pre-recorded video testimonies of Holocaust survivors. (Courtesy USC Shoah Foundation)

116 Cameras, a New York Times op-doc by Davina Pardo featuring the inspiring work of the USC Shoah Foundation, was shortlisted for an Oscar.

The Black History Month banners on Trousdale

High school students with muralist Noni Olabisi, USC President C. L. Max Nikias, and L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti (USC Photo/Gus Ruelas)

The stunning banners up and down Trousdale Parkway were conceptualized by local high school students and painted by acclaimed muralist Noni Olabisi.