USC has created several resources that students can avail themselves of during this year.
A site for students to request assistance for basic needs from USC, including food insecurity, housing, financial aid, and technology, which can include a Hotspot (for internet access) and a loaner laptop.
Established to offer resources to Price students in need to support their academic programs during pandemic-era education. This fund is open to all Price students. Contact Krystle Zhang for more information.
This will replace the USC Coronavirus site over time and has resources and information unique to the virtual semester, including FAQs, COVID-19 testing, Student Health, Mental Health, Housing and Dining, Community Guidelines, Trojan Learn and Check (both required before returning to campus), International FAQs, etc.
This will become USC’s interactive quad for the semester, including events and unique online experiences.
Includes tools and resources to help students learn, collaborate, communicate, and participate in the online learning environment including Zoom, Slack, and Google Drive.
Virtual student events happening across the Price community.
Events are broadcast live over Zoom. A selection of recordings are available on our YouTube channel for viewing after events have passed. Watch the most recent talks below, and visit the event playlists to explore past events.
Recordings of past events hosted by Price Student Affairs.
Technology is an important component of your education here at Price.
Some USC online services require access through on-campus USC Secure Wireless or a wired network connection. USC offers Virtual Private Networking (VPN) to provide secure remote access to these services when you are off-campus or if your internet access is restricted.
USC offers LinkedIn Learning as a free resource to all students offering video courses taught by industry experts in software, creative, and business skills.
A virtual background can help those who may not be comfortable with keeping their camera on. USC and Price themed Zoom backgrounds can be found here, and instructions on how to use are included.
To find out more about USC Student Computing Resources, including setting up your USC email, please visit USC Information Technology Services Student Page for more information.
USC is a multicultural community of people from diverse racial, ethnic, gender, and class backgrounds, national origins, faith backgrounds, political beliefs, abilities, and sexual orientations.
For additional USC resources not mentioned below, click here.
We have implemented an anonymous feedback tool as one avenue for students to share suggestions and ideas. Even if you choose to provide an email address to allow a response from Price leadership, your privacy and anonymity will be protected. More details can be found at the link.
USC does not tolerate acts of bias within its community. All incidents of bias, hate crimes and hate incidents are considered a serious breach of our community expectations and need to be reported to allow for appropriate investigation and response.
If you experience an incident at Price or at USC, please contact our Student Affairs Office immediately or you can file a report online through the USC Office of Equity, Equal Opportunity, & Title IX.