ASE Club is for Everyone!

USC Undergraduates: Are you interested in the intersection of race, class, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation and religion, and how they might impact your current field of study?


Membership is not exclusive to ASE majors. Students in other majors are encouraged to participate! Member interests include, but are not limited to, the arts, politics, social injustices, economics, race relations and perceptions, historical narratives, theoretical study, and law. Current faculty advisor is Shana Redmond. 

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Mission Statement

Based out of the interdisciplinary American Studies and Ethnicity Department, the USC ASE Club is dedicated to creating a community by which participants can enrich their experience in academia through field excursions, intellectual discussions, interactions with professors and their fields of study, FOOD, and more.

Join ASE Club and Get in the Loop

The ASE Club meets Tuesdays at 5:30pm in KAP 460 (unless an event is taking place elsewhere).

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Email to get on the email list.

Attend one of our upcoming events.

Be prepared to have fun!

Looking for the 2015-16 Leadership Team

ASE Club welcomes the participation of interested students in the direction of the club and the planning of upcoming events. If you are thinking of taking on a leadership role in ASE Club, please get active in the club and visit Professor Lanita Jacobs during office hours or Tuesdays at 5:30 just before the ASE Club meets.

  • Department of American Studies & Ethnicity
  • University of Southern California
  • 3620 South Vermont Avenue
  • Kaprielian Hall 462
  • Los Angeles, California 90089-2534