The USC Dana and David Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences is the academic heart of the University of Southern California. As alumni of the liberal arts core of a powerhouse research university, our diversity represents a dynamic intellectual resource that is woven into the fabric of our communities.

Get Involved

    Welcome to the USC Dornsife Trojan Family

    Congratulations and welcome to the USC Dornsife alumni community! Your Trojan Family is here for you across the world, in every industry and throughout your life. Learn how to stay connected and get involved.

    Mentor a Student

    Pay it forward by mentoring an undergraduate Dornsife student during our nine-week program.

    USC Dornsife graduates celebrating at commencement in their caps and gowns.

    Career Development

    USC Dornsife Career Pathways and USC Dornsife Alumni Relations collaborate to provide services, resources, and opportunities to support alumni career development.


    Trojans Hiring Trojans

    Handshake is a free career development platform for employers to connect with students and alumni. USC Dornsife events, jobs, internships, career resources and much more are available to employers and students 24/7.

    Trojan Network

    Network with Alumni

    The Trojan Network is a networking and mentorship platform that helps alumni launch their next career and share experience with USC students and fellow alumni. Begin connecting with the Trojan Family today.

    USC Dornsife Career Pathways

    1:1 Career Advising

    Alumni receive free one-on-one career advising. These sessions can include career path and transition, resume, cover letter and LinkedIn review, job search strategies, mock interviews and negotiating a job offer.

    Alumni Voices

    Vallery Lomas Baker, Cookbook Author | Class of 2007
    Travis Chen & Brian Femminella Co-Founders of SoundMind | Class of 2021 and 2022
    Saud Siddiqui Founder, Sketchy | Class of 2011

    Vallery Lomas

    Baker, Cookbook Author | Class of 2007

    Once a successful attorney, Vallery Lomas pursued her true passion, becoming a baker, cookbook author and contributor to the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, The History Channel and more.

    Travis Chen & Brian Femminella

    Co-Founders of SoundMind | Class of 2021 and 2022

    They started as random roommates at USC. Now, just two years removed from college, they’re the co-founders of a youth mind management tool that has raised more than $3 million.

    Saud Siddiqui

    Founder, Sketchy | Class of 2011

    Struggling to survive medical school? USC Dornsife Alum Saud Siddiqui has a tool to help! The 2011 graduate founded a company called Sketchy that helps medical students study for exams — and you can do it without flash cards.

    Lifelong Learning

    The academic heart of USC, the Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences offers a spectrum of lifelong learning opportunities. Learn from world-renowned faculty and alumni on topics as diverse as Dornsife.

    Dornsife Dialogues

    Explore stimulating online forums in which leading scholars and distinguished alumni from USC Dornsife share new perspectives, research-based findings and fresh insight on timely topics.

    Climate Solutions: Engineering Earth’s Future

    As climate change intensifies across the planet, attention is turning toward technologies that offer novel ways to decarbonize our economy and our atmosphere. Watch this lively discussion regarding some of the most promising emerging climate technologies, the associated risks, and the urgency of these strategies within the scientific community.

    NATO at 75: Future of the Alliance

    Marking the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s (NATO) 75th anniversary, USC Dornsife scholars examine the transatlantic alliance’s evolution from a Cold War bulwark to its current role. Is it time to strengthen, transform, or even retire it?

    The Bard Unbound: Shakespeare Revisited

    Join us for a compelling discussion on the enduringly popular playwright, William Shakespeare. Four centuries after his final curtain call, his influence still resonates deeply in our culture, our language, and our understanding of human nature.