The USC Latino Forum has historically served as the voice of Latino Faculty and Staff at the University of Southern California since 1987. We gather several times a semester for social, academic and intellectual events that celebrate and stimulate conversations around what it means to be Latino at USC in Los Angeles and in the United States as the demographics continue to shift around us.

Group photo of Latino Forum members.


Annual events include the Tamalada in December, the Carne Asada in May/June, as well as panel discussions, guest speakers and off-campus socials. Membership is open to any USC Faculty or Staff member interested in improving the quality of life for Latinos and all people of color on the USC Campus.


You can find the Latino Forum on the following social networking sites:



Here you will find up to date event information and photographs of recent events. Members are also invited to post events and information that will be of interest to other members.



The official Twitter for the USC Latino Forum. Learn about campus deadlines, resources and breaking news directly from our Twitter feed.

For more information please contact We look forward to seeing you at one of our upcoming events!



The USC Latino Forum