The Price School offers many virtual co-curricular activities to engage Price students. This includes academic workshops, professional development sessions, speaker series, and social activities. Some are tailored to entering students and others for students new to the US or to Los Angeles. Others are tailored specifically for continuing students, undergraduate students, graduate students, or graduating students. The Price School also maintains a list of free resources available to all Price students which include software, training, support, and advocacy.
Academic Policies Governing Enrollment in the USC Price School
The USC Catalogue is the document of authority governing all students at USC. The following is drawn from the USC Catalogue and clarifies policies most applicable to students in USC Price School degree programs. Please note that the USC Catalogue contains the extensive list of policies that may or may not be applicable to USC Price School students, so be sure to refer to the USC Catalogue and your student services advisor for clarification of questions you may have.
USC is among the top three universities in America for international student enrollment. At the Price School of Public Policy, over 20 percent of our master’s students and over half of all Ph.D. students are from other nations.