USC University of Southern California Schedule of Classes

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


At 913 pages, the course Catalogue is your academic roadmap for USC. Organized by school, the Catalogue lists detailed descriptions and requirements for every major, minor and program offered at the university as well as course descriptions. It’s the book both current and prospective students refer to for information regarding everything from school admission requirements to interdisciplinary programs. The Catalogue is published by the University Publications office and is updated annually. A copy is distributed to all entering students at their Orientation sessions. Catalogues are available for purchase at the USC Bookstore for $11. The Catalogue is also available online at

Student Affairs Web site

The Student Affairs Web site is your online guide to the many programs and services provided by the Division of Student Affairs. Information on the site includes student activities, academic support, career services, health services, residential education, international services, student publications and numerous other departments and programs. The site also includes the “What’s Happening” link to student programs and events. To find out more, visit


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


While the Catalogue details what USC offers academically, SCampus is the book that offers information about how to make your college experience more fulfilling and well-rounded. Planning Calendars, Student Services, Student Activities, University Governance and Explore L.A. are just a few of the sections in this student guidebook. The departmental telephone directory and maps section are particularly popular with students. The oldest publication for students at USC, SCampus is distributed during Orientation and over-the-counter at Topping Student Center and is available online at


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
  • current billing balances
  • financial aid
  • transfer credit report

You may also use OASIS to:

  • update your local and permanent address
  • establish guest access to your education records
  • change your password for OASIS and Web Registration

You will need your 10-digit USC ID number and your eight-digit alphanumeric password to view your records.

Schedule of Classes

The online schedule is updated every hour and contains the most up-to-date course offerings and enrollment totals.

Web Registration

Web registration is available at Using the auto scheduler feature but failing to register for your courses before the tuition and fees payment deadline is not a valid reason to request a waiver of the late registration fee.

Other Useful Information

Academic Integrity

See SCampus


See SCampus or

Campus Activities

See SCampus or

Campus Cruiser

See SCampus or

Career Planning & Placement Center

See SCampus or

Change of Major

To Obtain Form
Hubbard Hall lobby or Office of College Advising, College Academic Services Building 120, (213) 740-2534,

To Obtain Signatures
New and old department

To Return Form
Transcript Verification Window, Hubbard Hall lobby


See SCampus or

Computer Account

See SCampus or

Computing Centers

See SCampus or

Computing Security (Antivirus Software and Firewalls)

See SCampus or

Course Web Sites and Materials (Blackboard)

See SCampus or

Credit by Examination

See academic department

Degree Progress

See academic department or Academic Records and Registrar, Hubbard Hall 010, (213) 740-7444,


See SCampus or

Disability Services

Disability Services and Programs, Student Union 301, (213) 740-0776,

Email and Personal Web Pages

See SCampus or

Enrollment Verification

Transcript Verification Window, Hubbard Hall lobby,

Freshman Seminars

Freshman Seminar Program, College Academic Services Building 200, (213) 740-2961,

Government, Student

See SCampus, USC Catalogue or


Academic Review, Hubbard Hall 113, (213) 740-7741,

Grade Report

Removal of Incompletes
Academic Records and Registrar, Hubbard Hall 106, (213) 740-5586,

Honor Societies

See SCampus or USC Catalogue

Information Technology Services

See SCampus or

Internet Connection

See SCampus or

Learning Disabilities

Disability Services and Programs, Student Union 301, (213) 740-0776,

Leave of Absence

See academic department or USC Catalogue


See SCampus or


Department office

Department advisor or USC Catalogue


Department office for the corresponding major

See USC Catalogue, or department advisor


See SCampus or


Academic Review, Hubbard Hall 113, (213) 740-7741,

Recreational Sports

See SCampus or

Registration Confirmation

Registration, Registration Building lobby, (213) 740-8500,

Structured Curriculum Program

Center for Academic Support, Student Union 301, (213) 740-0776,

Student Life and Involvement

See SCampus, USC Catalogue or




See SCampus or


Transcript Verification Window, Hubbard Hall lobby, (213) 740-7445,

Transfer Credit Statement

Degree Progress, Hubbard Hall 010, (213) 740-7444


See SCampus or


Center for Academic Support, Student Union 301, (213) 740-0776,

USC Network

See SCampus or

Withdrawal from USC

Registration, Registration Building lobby, (213) 740-8500,