The Price School of Public Policy student body is drawn from a wide range of backgrounds and interests. They are leaders and problem solvers who are actively engaged in their respective fields.
The 2019-20 Student Associations and leaders are:
Constituents: Price School of Public Policy students interested in Asian and Pacific Islander issues
Constituents: Graduate and undergraduate students in planning
Constituents: Master of Public Administration (MPA), Master of Public Policy (MPP), and Master of Nonprofit Leadership and Management (MNLM) students
Constituents: Graduate students in real estate development at USC Price and the USC Marshall School of Business
Constituents: Students interested in city/county management, local government, and professional development
Constituents: Graduate students in International Public Policy and Management (IPPAM)
Constituents: Students interested in professional and educational growth to become effective leaders who will empower and enhance the broader Latino community
Constituents: USC Price Ph.D. students
Constituents: Price Women and Allies (PWA) is building a community of diverse women, trans, gender non-conforming and ally graduate students at USC Price. PWA is committed to connecting with local and national issues through awareness and advocacy events, promoting professional development and building relationships within and beyond Price.
Constituents: USC Price students supporting Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, and Ally (LGBTQIA) people and policy issues.
Constituents: Master of Health Administration (MHA) students and Executive Master of Health Administration (EMHA) students, undergraduate and doctoral students emphasizing health administration
Constituents: USC Price and USC Marshall School undergraduates in real estate development
Constituents: Any students interested in the fields of Homeland Security and Emergency Management
Constituents: Any Undergraduate, Graduate, Faculty, Alumni, and Staff at USC, who support the student-veterans at the Sol Price School of Public Policy
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