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Have questions about locating or working with sources? Contact one of USC’s librarians via e-mail, telephone, or chat.  You can also request a one-on-one meeting with a librarian to devise a research strategy or discuss documentation conventions.

Both professors and teaching assistants hold regular office hours, and sometimes, the best solution is to sit down with the person teaching the class and talk through your questions about an upcoming assignment.   Use this directory to locate the contact information for your professor or T.A.  Remember: if you are trying to contact a T.A. or a graduate-student lecturer, you will find their contact information under the “students” tab, not the “faculty and staff” tab.

The Supplemental Instruction program targets traditionally difficult classes, including biology, chemistry, and economics.  The program provides regularly scheduled, peer-led study sessions, which allow students to work in small, collaborative groups with classmates and SI leaders.  Students will review lecture materials, readings, homework, and exam prep strategies.

The Career Center, open to both USC students and alumni, offers résumé review, career advising services, help with networking, and more.

Learn about opportunities to receive scholarships, fellowships, and recognition for your academic work.

This website helps transfer students locate resources on campus.  It also provides guidance on how to network and get connected with people, offices, and opportunities at USC.

Through individual academic coaching, workshops, and other programming, the Kortschak Center provides support to students with diverse learning needs, empowering them to reach their full academic and creative potential.

The American Language Institute helps international students achieve academic and professional success.  They offer elective courses on writing, speaking, listening, and pronunciation, which are available for both undergraduate and graduate students.  The ALI also sponsors free conversational groups, which bring native and non-native speakers together.  Alternatively, the ALI provides a list of native speakers at USC who, for a small fee, can meet individually with international students.

The Office of Student Accessibility Services is the unit at USC responsible for ensuring equal access for students with disabilities in compliance with state and federal law.  OSAS services undergraduate, graduate, and professional students.

This office provides support to students navigating issues that cut across several dimensions of the USC experience. Their website explains that they “can serve as a great place to start if [students] are dealing with a complex issue and are unsure which campus resources may be most appropriate.”

If you’d like help managing stress, anxiety, the transition to college or graduate school, and much more, consider making an appointment with Student Counseling Services.

Mindful USC seeks to build “a culture of mindfulness and compassion.”  They offer training and stage special events.

Visit this page to learn more about diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives at USC and to read announcements about campus events.

The First Generation Plus Success Center serves current first-generation, undocumented, transfer, and former foster youth students at USC.

The tutors in the Viterbi Learning Program can offer assistance with a range of issues, including writing for engineers.

Marshall offers core review sessions and cracking the core workshops, which are designed to help students understand key concepts in courses on business and economics.

The Math Center provides study space and tutors who help students to gain a deeper understanding of mathematics courses and concepts.