Be Well USC
Be Well USC provides the Trojan family with helpful information on the policies, programs, and resources related to physical wellness, emotional and social well-being, spirituality, community service, and more.

Student Counseling Center Services
Student Counseling Center Services are provided to enhance students’ skills and attitudes in adapting to college life; creatively handle stresses and challenges; relate to new and different people; and make their USC experience satisfying and productive.

Office of Religious Life USC’s Office of Religious Life (ORL)
ORL sponsors a variety of opportunities for exploring the spiritual dimensions of your life and learning. Whether it’s helping you find a religious home base or form a new group, handle an ethical dilemma or research a paper topic, ORL will be happy to assist you.

Trojans Care for Trojans (TC4T)
Trojans Care for Trojans, an initiative within the Division of Students Affairs, empowers students to take action and speak out when they are concerned about a fellow Trojan. It provides support resources and appropriate referrals for Trojans facing personal difficulties.

Office of Equity and Diversity
The USC Office of Equity and Diversity assists faculty, staff, and students with issues related to harassment or discrimination. Additionally, the office handles items that fall under Title IX that states: No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.

Recreational Sports (Rec Sports)
Rec Sports presents a wide variety of programs including intramurals, club sports, martial arts, officials/referees training, and employment.

Disability Services & Programs (DSP)
Disability Services & Programs (DSP) provides support services to enable students with disabilities to develop their academic potential, while having the dignity of working toward an independent lifestyle. DSP offers a variety of services for students with physical, psychological, and learning disabilities.

Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention and Services (RSVP)
RSVP provides immediate therapy services for situations related to gender and power-based harm (e.g., sexual assault, domestic violence, stalking). In case of an emergency or if you need immediate assistance, please call (213) 740-4900 (after hours, press zero “0” to speak to an on-call counselor). RSVP on-call counselors aid in discussing medical options, reporting options and provide crisis support and advocacy.

LGBT Resource Center
The LGBT Resource Center sponsors a wide range of academic, educational, social programs, and advocacy services for the entire campus community including campus supportive Allies.

Engemann Student Health Center
The health center provides medical services, counseling services, and wellness and health promotion services to students on the University Park campus.

RSS USC Engemann Student Health Center News:

  • Walk-ins for Urgent Counseling November 14, 2019
    Students in need of mental health support or experiencing thoughts of suicide can walk in to USC Student Health (at either Engemann or Eric Cohen… Read more »
  • Opioids & Naloxone / Drug Take Back Day on Dec. 5 November 13, 2019
    On average, 130 Americans die every day from an opioid overdose. Drugs in this category include the prescription medications oxycodone, percocet, vicodin, morphine, fentanyl, among others, as well as heroin. In addition to the direct effects of each substance, drugs shared for recreational use can be tainted or mixed with other substances to increase its […]
  • Updated Program – Thriving Thursdays November 11, 2019
    NEW! USC Student Health is converting the Thriving Thursday drop-in sessions in TCC 222, noon to 1pm, to a facilitated session on grief and loss for the rest of the semester. All USC students are welcome to come by; no appointment is needed.
  • Conversation Starters on Mental Health November 7, 2019
    Is your friend going through a tough time? Everybody experiences mental health issues in different ways. Some common signs of distress may include: not acting… Read more »
  • Campus Climate Report: 2019 AAU Survey Results October 15, 2019
    Today (October 15, 2019) we are sharing the results of a national survey designed to better understand campus climate around sexual assault and sexual misconduct at universities across the country. The full release of data can be found on the AAU Campus Climate Survey Data website; the condensed findings are summarized in the Data Spotlight. […]