The USC Asian Pacific Alumni Association (formerly the Asian Pacific American Support Group) connects and supports USC Alumni of Asian Pacific (encompassing ethnicities from Asia and the Pacific Rim) origin/descent with the university and one another lifelong and worldwide through meaningful and relevant programs.
USC Diversity Organizations and Support
Founded in 1976 by Rev. Dr. Thomas Kilgore, Jr., The USC Black Alumni Association is a leadership network established to strengthen the legacy of educational attainment and excellence of USC black students. The BAA provides scholarship assistance, career mentoring and cultural advocacy through alumni volunteer involvement, philanthropy, and social enterprise.
The USC Latino Alumni Association’s Mission is two-fold:
- To provide scholarship assistance for the academic development and advancement of USC students who demonstrate financial need or merit and show a commitment to the Latino community.
- To support the overall advancement of the University of Southern California (the ‘University’) by engaging all alumni for life, building a culture of philanthropy among the Trojan Family and being the representatives of the Latino alumni voice at USC.
The LGBT Resource Center (LGBTRC) (est. 2005) provides support, education, andadvocacy for LGBT and Ally undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Southern California. LGBTRC works with diverse campus undergraduate, graduate and faculty/staff and alumni organizations along with campus departments to address the LGBT student experiences. The LGBTRC maintains a multicultural framework with its programs and services to make certain the intersectionality of diversity issues among the LGBT identities are represented. LGBTRC also provides resources and referrals, such as information about neighboring LGBT support services, to all campus members.