A Resource for Local Businesses During the Pandemic

A new task force, comprised of USC Gould School of Law students, is helping local small businesses navigate the changing health and safety guidelines about COVID-19.

A “SAFE-T” Net

The USC Telehealth SAFE-T Program provides pro bono telehealth counseling services to underserved populations during the pandemic.

Fall Semester to Begin with Fully Remote Instruction

USC has announced that fall classes will be fully remote, with limited exceptions for clinical education.

A Lifeline for Students During the Pandemic

USC Viterbi’s Emergency Relief Fund has provided much-needed financial assistance for more than 100 students.

Pandemic May Delay College Graduation for Students of Color

A new study finds that students of color and low-income students are much more likely to say they’re planning to take fewer classes in the fall, likely delaying their graduation. 

Keeping the Kids of Frontline Medical Workers on Track in School

USC students are serving as online tutors for the children of Keck Medicine healthcare workers.

Summer School during COVID-19

A rising high school senior shares her experiences attending USC Annenberg’s newly virtual program.

Population Testing for COVID-19 on Campus

USC Student Health is working with a biotech company to ramp up COVID-19 testing for students, faculty and staff on campus, starting August 3.

Telling the Stories of Lives Lost

Current students and recent grads are drawing upon their diverse backgrounds and talents to tell stories of live lost to COVID-19 for the Los Angeles Times.

Education during a Pandemic

USC President Folt and new USC Rossier Dean Noguera discuss the state of education during COVID-19 and what lies ahead in this video conversation.