As we begin a phased approach toward resuming some on-campus activities, Provost Charles Zukoski shares the progress we have made in a number of areas.
President Folt shares some of the key Project Restart decisions that the university has made so far. While we still have many details to work out, we are planning for an in-person fall semester for students beginning on Aug. 17, 2020. This is a week earlier than originally scheduled.
We established Project Restart, which is comprised of working groups involving over 100 faculty, staff, and students. These teams are charged with envisioning how we can return each specific element of university life to on-campus operations. The teams are planning in great detail, considering contingencies, and preparing us to be both nimble and thorough in our approach.
USC Student Health is conducting a study to estimate the percentage of USC students who have developed antibodies (a marker of exposure) to the virus that causes COVID-19. This study may help us learn more about infection rates of COVID-19 on the USC campus and among USC students and help the university prepare for the physical re-opening of the University Park Campus.
Even as the challenges continue, the spirit, creativity, and generosity of Trojans everywhere are a force for good. President Folt shares several stories that lift our spirits and remind us that our empathy, creative thinking, humor, and progress in science and medicine will get us through this crisis stronger and more united than ever.
Keeping our USC community healthy and safe remain the highest priorities of the Department of Public Safety during this COVID-19 pandemic. DPS staff are continuing to patrol and provide high visibility on and off-campus. Read several safety tips.
Watch a video from President Carol Folt to discover how you can help USC students, health care workers, community members and employees who are most affected by COVID-19.
USC’s Department of Environmental Health & Safety and the Office of Research invite faculty to donate personal protective equipment to support continued health care delivery at our Keck Hospital and other local healthcare organizations, first responder groups, and more.
Rosso Oro’s is serving lunch and dinner seven days a week for $7 per meal. Guests have a choice of walk-up or drive-thru service.
Here’s what you need to know about COVID-19.