IT Support FAQ
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Q4: How do I get from Orange County to Los Angeles?
A4: For public transportation routes, go to TranStar. TranStar provides detailed public transit routes and times. For driving instructions, go to Yahoo! Maps or Mapquest.
Q5: Is there a site that I can use to receive student information?
A5: Yes, you can access OASIS — the Online Academic Student Information System.
Q6: Is there a site with admissions information?
A6: Yes go to www.usc.edu/admission/ for admissions and financial aid information.
Q7: Where can I go to see class schedule information?
A7: You can go to www.usc.edu/soc.
Q8: Where can I find out how to start using USC’s computing resources?
A8: You can start with six simple steps that you will find at www.usc.edu/its/doc/start/students.
Q9: Is there any other computing information that I should know about while at USC?
A9: YES! USC has many online resources that will help make your computing experience an enjoyable one. Please visit the sites listed below for in–depth information.
- Activate your email account: www.usc.edu/firstlogin
- Information Technology Services: www.usc.edu/isd
- USC Software Download: software.usc.edu
- Your email options: www.usc.edu/its/doc/internet/email
- Forwarding your email: www.usc.edu/its/doc/internet/email/concepts/forwarding/
- Connecting to USC via modem: www.usc.edu/its/doc/connect
Q10: Where can I turn for computer help?
A10: Any computer–related question can be answered by USC’s Information Technology Services’s computer consultants, 7 days per week, 8:30 a.m. — 5:00 p.m. (Monday — Friday) and 1:00 p.m. — 5:00 p.m. (Saturday and Sunday) at (213) 740–5555.
Q11: What if I do not have access to a computer?
A11: USC has many free user rooms throughout campus. For lab hours and locations visit: www.usc.edu/academe/computing.
Q12: Is there a site for libraries?
A12: YES there is, go to www.usc.edu/isd/locations/libraries for locations.
Q13: Can I setup my own Web page?
A13: Yes. See ITS’s step–by–step instructions at www.usc.edu/uscweb/authoring/ppages.html.
Q14: Where can I find Policy, Planning, and Development jobs?
A14: The Price School of Public Policy has an Office of Career Services with online job listings.
Q15: Where can I find Networker, a magazine about technology at USC?
A15: The most current version is online at www.usc.edu/networker.
Q16: Does the Price School of Public Policy have a student organization?
A16: Yes. We have several. Go to www.usc.edu/schools/price/students/associations.
Q17: What Multimedia capabillities does the Price School of Public Policy Have?
A17: Our main building, Ralph and Goldy Lewis Hall, is one of the most advanced buildings on campus. Click here to find out more!
Q18: Where can I find information about and log–on to the Blackboard System?
A18: You can do both at learn.usc.edu.
Q19: Where can I find the Online Class Registration site?
A19: You can find it at www.usc.edu/webregistration.
Q20: Where can I find the Information about the USC Price E–mail lists/listserves?
A20: You can find it at www.usc.edu/schools/price/students/lists/.