Code of Ethics
Task Force Guidelines
Task Force Proposal
Black Community Support
Any currently enrolled USC student who is experiencing a food emergency/food insecurity qualifies for the services of the Trojan Food Pantry.
Any student may request information from the TFP staff regarding California state benefits, including CalFresh, EBT, and SNAP.
DART is a free service provided by USC Transportation to assist USC students, faculty and staff with temporary mobility issues in getting around campus. Service is available at UPC during the Fall and Spring semesters only, between the hours of 8:30am–6:00pm, Monday–Friday.
USC Department of Public Safety
Trojan Neighborhood Associaton
The Trojans Neighborhood Association brings together students and the community living within the USC DPS zone in order to fight the “wicked problems” our neighborhood faces.
- Resources for Renter’s Rights
- Find and contact your local representatives
Free Goods and Services
Free Legal Counseling
The legal counseling service provided by the Undergraduate and Graduate Student Governments is now live for the summer. This service is offered every Monday, 4:00pm to 9:00pm PST. Appointments are on a first-come, first-service basis and will be conducted over the phone. The first legal counseling date is Monday, June 1st, 2020.
If you have any comments, questions, or concerns, please contact email@example.com
Book an appointment using this link bit.ly/2wmSgTa
Free New York Times subscription for all students
Free Blue Books
Health and Wellness
USC’s virtual wellness assistant, Ask Ari, can help you navigate complex problems that often arise in college life. This research-based informational tool can help you deal with issues like stress, sleep, relationships, and more. It also is a great place to find information about campus resources or figure out where to get additional help with a wellness-related problem.
USC Office of Campus Wellbeing & Education
Thrive @ USC is one of three integrated offices in CWCI, which also includes USC Support an Advocacy and the Threat Assessment Office. Together, these three offices reflect the understanding that the university culture is shaped both by how it responds to crisis, and importantly, its efforts to cultivate a culture of compassion, connection, trust, well-being, and support from the outset.
USG can help sponsor your organization’s event and your academic pursuits! Check out the funding opportunities here. You can also reach out to our various assemblies and committees to become a member organization of USG and receive extra funding for your events
Funded by USG and GSG, the Green Engagement Fund (USCGEF) supports student-driven projects aimed at increasing sustainability at USC while driving awareness of environmental stewardship.
FMS RSO Cost Waiver Fund
USG has partnered with USC Campus Activities, a division of Student Affairs to provide a waiver for student organization event costs from Facilities Management Service (FMS). No more need to spend your membership dues on FMS services, we’ve got you covered! Apply here.
Service and Involvement
Disability Services & Programs
Disability Services and Programs (DSP) is the unit at USC responsible for ensuring equal access for students with disabilities in compliance with state and federal law. DSP serves undergraduate, graduate and professional students; on-ground and on-line students; and students in all credit-granting courses and programs of study.
USG Advocacy Task Forces
Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Title IX Office is responsible for responding to reports of student harassment and student organization discrimination when the harassment or discrimination is based on a protected characteristic.
Public Statements, Resolutions, and Legislation