All lectures must be recorded to support asynchronous education and ensure all students are able to receive a USC quality education, regardless of personal circumstances.
President Carol Folt and Provost Charles Zukoski share the latest updates regarding child care for employees, scholarships and financial aid, course grading options, guidance for employees working from home, and more.
Deadlines were extended for students to choose Pass/No Pass course grading, and for students to withdraw from classes.
President Carol Folt and Provost Charles Zukoski share the latest updates regarding classes, university housing, commencement, campus access, guidance for employees, and more.
We are still planning to resume in-person classes on Tuesday, April 14. With online instruction in place, we are also moving forward with work from home options for staff from March 16 through Monday, April 13. View additional updates regarding athletics, travel and events.
USC is now extending our period of remote instruction until Tuesday, April 14. Students who are leaving campus for Spring Recess may not return until at least Monday, April 13.
Online classes will continue after Spring Recess from March 22 through March 29. View additional updates regarding university-sponsored events, intercollegiate athletic events and university-related travel.
We will test our online lectures and seminars starting Wednesday, March 11 through Friday, March 13. The online modality will replace in-person classes for those three days.
The safety and well-being of our faculty, staff, students, and patients are extremely important to us. While there are no cases of COVID-19 at USC, we want to ensure you are updated on our planning and preparation.
View the latest information about community transmission in the United States, the university’s preparedness plans, and what students, faculty and staff can do to prevent the spread of COVID-19.