The catalogue is described as the “document of authority” or contact with the student and university. Meaning the information provided in the catalogue is primary to other documents published such as bulletins, newsletters, etc provided by departments.
When reviewing the USC Catalogue, use the one published the year you started attending USC. This is viewed as your “catalogue year” and your degree requirements will be based on the information listed in the catalogue.
Viterbi Academic Probation Policy
ACADEMIC PROBATION POLICY FOR VITERBI SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING MASTER’S STUDENTS
Effective Fall 2007
Office of Student Accessibility Services (OSAS)
Academic Advancement Workshop for Viterbi Masters Students on Academic Probation
The Viterbi VASE office offered an Academic Advancement workshop in Spring 2023 to support our Masters students who are currently on Academic Probation. This workshop was designed to both inform students on Viterbi's Academic Probation and Dismissal process, as well as provide support and guidance for maintaining personal and academic wellness both during and after a semester on Academic Probation.
Lifestyle Redesign for College Students
Is a resource provided by our occupational therapist from USC Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy to help college students build healthy sustainable habits and routines while managing stress, social anxiety, and mental and emotional fatigue. This service is available to all USC students with health insurance but will still need to pay a copayment.
USC Student Judicial Affairs and Community Standards (SJACS)
They review cases of student misconduct such as suspension, expulsion, revocation of degree or admission, or dismissal from the program. They also maintain confidentiality and report student disciplinary records as outlined in the University’s policy concerning Student Education Records.