Information Guide

The following is a list of useful websites that are available to help you get acquainted with what USC has to offer.


The online course Catalogue is your academic roadmap for USC. Organized by school, the Catalogue lists detailed descriptions and requirements for every major, minor, certificate and program offered at the university as well as course descriptions. It’s the source both current and prospective students refer to for information regarding everything from school admission requirements to interdisciplinary programs. Published by the Academic Records and Registrar Catalogue office, the Catalogue is updated annually and is available online at and the EngageSC app list USC events, recognized student organizations and exclusive content.

USC Student Affairs

The USC Student Affairs website at is a hub for all of the resources, support services and opportunities available to help you make the most of your student experience at USC. All past issues of the We Are SC newsletter – the student-curated weekly email – are available on

USC Student Handbook and Student Commitment

The USC Student Handbook is your online guide to university policies and the student code of conduct. It is available at You can also learn about the USC Student Commitment on page 9 of the USC Student Handbook.

@USCStudentLife and Trojans360 Blog

Both of these student-led accounts are your source for everything related to USC student life and are created by students for students. Follow and and read the Trojans360 blog at

Office of Religious and Spiritual Life

The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life sponsors campus programs with a moral, religious or spiritual focus, as well as spiritual care:

Student Equity and Inclusion Programs

USC Student Equity and Inclusion Programs (SEIP) offer student support services and programs that focus on intersectionality, sense of belonging and well-being. View all the centers and lounges on SEIP houses the First Generation Plus Success Center (supports first-generation, undocumented, former foster youth and transfer students) as well as USC Student Basic Needs (connects USC students with financial, food, housing resources) and Veterans Resource Center (resources for veterans, service members and their families).

Undergraduate and Graduate Student Government

USC Undergraduate Student Government ( is the official governing body for undergraduates at USC and provides extensive advocacy, legislative, programming and funding work. The Graduate Student Government ( advocates for the needs of USC professional and graduate students, manages student resources and fosters an interdisciplinary community through programmed events.

The student portal is where USC students can update their university contact information, find featured events, and can search through the Trojan Knowledge archives to find your USC-specific answers.


The USC Career Center portal at features resources and information to help you at every step of your career development path, including a rich database of job opportunities and alumni mentors, available exclusively to USC students.

USC Student Health

The USC Student Health website at has information on all the medical and mental health services and resources available to you as a USC student at both University Park Campus and Health Sciences Campus.

Campus Support and Intervention & Trojans Care for Trojans

Campus Support and Intervention (CSI) connects with members of the USC community when they need support in achieving their academic, professional and/or personal goals. Trojans Care for Trojans (TC4T) empowers USC students, faculty and staff to privately and anonymously take action when they are concerned about a fellow Trojan challenged with personal difficulties. Learn more at


MyUSC is the university’s portal designed to give students, faculty and staff personalized access to wide-ranging campus resources in a single location online. Through myUSC, you can customize your own home page based on personal preferences and interests. To access myUSC, go to and log in using your USC email username and password.


You can access your academic and financial related information through OASIS (, the Online Academic Student Information System. OASIS allows you to view your:

  • registered course list
  • book list
  • enrollment verification
  • permit to register
  • grade report
  • completed course summary
  • restrictions
  • transfer credit report
  • STARS report

You may also use OASIS to:

  • establish guest access to your education records
  • change your password for OASIS and Web Registration
  • add your Social Security number or Individual Taxpayer ID Number
  • order enrollment verification and/or transcripts

Web Registration

Web registration is available through myUSC. Students plan their schedules and register for classes on Web Registration.

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