Information and frequently asked questions
- 5/15: Thank You from President FoltPresident Carol Folt thanks faculty and staff for protecting our university, our students and our patients during this challenging time.
- 5/14: Upgrade Now to Zoom 5.0Zoom recently released Zoom 5.0, which includes stronger data encryption, centralized security controls and other meeting safeguards. Beginning on May 30, all Zoom software must be upgraded to Zoom 5.0 in order to join meetings.
- 5/14: Come Celebrate the Class of 2020 Tomorrow!We will salute our class of 2020 on Friday, May 15 with a 12-hour virtual celebration filled with videos, photos, social streams, inspiring personal messages, performances and special celebrations from our individual schools. We hope you will join in the festivities and drop in and out during the day, or even get comfortable and stay with us for the duration.
Virtual Events and Content
Join upcoming webinars, expert-led discussions and online events and browse archived sessions from our schools
Information about asynchronous education, online exams, Zoom security and more
Course planning support from the USC Center for Excellence in Teaching
Keck Medicine Faculty
Updates from Keck Medicine of USC
Information about what to do and who to contact for consultation and care
Mental Health and Well-Being
Resources to support mental health and well-being
Find your department’s human resources contact
FAQs: Support Funds
Information about eligibility, timing and how to apply
Updates about travel policies and restrictions
Messages from the Provost
Resources for Researchers
USC Faculty in the News
- A newly published, USC-led study has confirmed that, though many more L.A. County residents had COVID-19 antibodies than previously thought, most people have not been infected.
- USC experts explain why some people are suffering from extreme lockdown fatigue: it's a mix of human nature and an American identity that chafes at being "controlled."
- The body's two main lines of defense may be causing the immune system to go into overdrive in some patients, a new USC study suggests. Suppressing their immune systems might make a difference.
- Annie Nguyen of the USC Roski Eye Institute answers frequently asked questions on what the new coronavirus can — and cannot — do to our eyes.