Mythbuster: I currently took a trip of USC, so I shouldn’t go to an Explore program.

The Myth: I visited the campus for the tour before, and so I won’t need to visit as an admitted student.

The Verdict: Even if you’ve been to campus, it’s helpful to visit as an admitted student as you think about your admission offer.

Just what a time that is wonderful of! Admitted students recently heard it is time for students to make the important decision of where to go to college that they are part shmoop pro of the Trojan Family and now. At USC, we have numerous programs for pupils to get one last appearance before they make their choice.

Often times pupils may think it’s useless in the future to campus in April if they went on a tour their junior or senior year. Nevertheless, it could positively be worth your time to consult with campus within the context as a student that is admitted. You are coming to campus to consider applying to USC. Is this a possibility when you take a tour as a prospective student? May I see myself here? What information do I would like to know about applying?

Visiting campus being an student that is admitted a totally various feeling and set of questions that need answers. At this true point, USC is absolutely a possibility. We’ve extended an offer of admission, and now it’s time to take a serious and close look. Where would we be residing? Who be my classmates? Which professors will likely be teaching my classes? What communities will I join? Visiting campus as an admitted student helps you answer those questions and begin to visualize your potential experience at USC.

So come visit us! You’ll sign up for Explore (full day programs), Preview (half time programs), or Admitted Student Day through your online portal at you.usc.edu.

Can’t come to campus? We may be visiting city near you! We understand that visiting campus might be logistically hard, but we should be certain to answer all your questions. Reservations for off-campus events can also be made at you.usc.edu.

Congratulations! With respect to the Office of Admission, welcome to the Trojan Family. We hope to see you on campus!

Mythbuster: we’ve been admitted to spring, so I’m waitlisted

 

The Myth: I’m a springtime admit, therefore I’m basically waitlisted.

The Verdict: No! You’re admitted to USC!

Every USC admits students to the spring semester, expecting to enroll about 300-500 of those students year. Many people assume spring admission is our waitlist. And although we may be able to move a number of the pupils to the autumn semester, springtime admission isn’t a waitlist. Spring admission is an admission offer to USC.

So just why do it is done by us? Well, every year we all know there are going to be pupils leaving in the springtime semester by either graduating early or studying abroad. We also have a very competitive admission process at USC, and now we can never admit every one of the wonderful students who apply to USC. So spring admission allows us to admit a lot more of this amazing students we want at USC we will have more space available in the spring semester because we know.

Spring admits are not any less important to USC than students admitted to the fall or students who transfer to USC after two or more semesters of college elsewhere. Spring admits are as much USC students as just about any Trojan, and we want them at USC as just about any Trojan. Coming to USC in the spring allows you to start your college experience in a way that is unique. You can ease to the university transition by taking classes at a community college that is local. You can explore the world through a research abroad program. You’ll be able to have a break from the grind and luxuriate in a months that are few of school!

When you yourself haven’t done so already, you should visit our website at www.usc.edu/springadmit. You’ll find a lot of information about the resources we have for the spring admits ranging from course planning for the fall to purchasing USC football season tickets.

That you are an accomplished student and a wonderful addition to the Trojan Family if you are a spring admit, please know. We look forward to welcoming you to campus spring 2017.

Dear Admitted Transfer Students…

 

Many transfer students are beginning to hear from us with decisions. In the event that you have actuallyn’t already, don’t panic. We will contact everybody else by June 1st with either a request for spring grades or even a decision. Which basically means more waiting…sorry. For those of you have got already been admitted, or are wondering exactly what the steps that are next be if you are admitted, this web site’s for you personally.

  • In your letter of admission, you’ve probably noticed you need to submit your Enrollment Commitment deposit by June 1st or within two weeks of receiving your admission letter that it says. This means, you have until June 1st to decide if you receive the admission decision before June 1stst
  • Fill in the FAFSA while the CSS profile ASAP, if you don’t already completed. We don’t wish your capability to invest in USC become held up by school funding. The sooner we have these documents, the faster we can get you the information.
  • Submit your housing application. Although housing is not guaranteed in full for transfer students, there is some availability. The sooner you apply, the greater the possibilities. You are able to submit your housing application before the dedication deposit. USC also has student that is off-campus, therefore don’t neglect to check those options also.
  • Sign up for Orientation 5-7 business days after your submit your commitment deposit. You will receive an e-mail because of the link.
  • Send all final official transcripts from your most recent term in college.
  • Get SUPER excited because you’re a Trojan!

Of course, our company is always willing to help. So if you want anything, please just call us!