Transitioning to the U.S. and job-hunting as an international student can be difficult, especially when understanding the differences in cultural and employment norms across cultures. Foreign-born.com provides online services to individuals entering and living in the U.S. and can help as you get ready to study at USC. Disclaimer: Please do not rely solely on Read more
Students across the country are being targeted by phone scams. Callers spoof their phone numbers and identify themselves as officers from local and/or foreign police departments, FBI, Homeland Security, IRS, and even students who claim to being looking for roommates. They have aggressive phone tactics where they make-up fake scenarios and threaten to arrest and Read more
Fall break is coming up this Thursday and Friday, bringing us a much-needed break from midterms! To help you make the most of your 4-day weekend, we’ve compiled a list of things to do over the break: Driving out The great thing about living in Los Angeles is that you can access vastly different landscapes Read more
The health care system in the United States may be very different from the health care system in your home country. International students may find the information on the USC Student Health page helpful. This information is general to health care in the U.S. but does not apply to all cases.