Resources to help students thrive at USC. Click the links below for more information.
At USC Student Health, students can schedule appointments for primary care as well as specialty care and services. In addition, Student Health can also help with emergencies, after-hours care, and referrals.
USC Counseling and Mental Health Services offers confidential services such as individual therapy, crisis support, psychiatric services, consultations, group counseling, and workshops.
RSVP at USC provides immediate therapy services for situations related to gender and power-based harm (e.g., sexual assault, domestic violence, stalking).
Campus Support & Intervention (CSI) is an office within Campus Wellbeing and Crisis Intervention, and is comprised of a team of professionals to assist students, faculty, and staff in navigating complex issues. CSI services include resource referrals and recommendations, critical incident response, professor notifications, DPS incident follow-up, Health Leaves of Absence, and Trojans Care for Trojans (TC4T) outreach.
Trojans Care for Trojans (TC4T) is a private and anonymous request form that anyone can submit to connect a member of the Trojan family with the help they need. Each TC4T submission will be reviewed and responded to by a staff member from USC Campus Support & Intervention (CSI) within the Office of Campus Wellness and Crisis Intervention.
The Lifestyle Redesign® Program for College Students provides support for USC undergraduate and graduate students in establishing health-promoting habits and routines customized to help them meet their personal goals.
Mindful USC is a service from the Provost’s Office to help the USC Community build a culture of mindfulness and compassion through training, practice groups and special events such as guided meditations. Stay connected with the free Mindful USC mobile app.
Through Recreational Sports (also known as Rec Sports), students can pursue a balanced, healthy lifestyle and enhance personal wellness through physical fitness and participation in recreational activities. In addition to free gym memberships for currently enrolled USC students, Recreational Sports offers group fitness classes, intramural sports, and club sports.
Food & Nutrition
By referral from a USC Student Health clinician or counselor, a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) can help students develop an individualized plan and address challenges they may have with finding their personal healthy eating style.
The Trojan Food Pantry provides access to food for any USC student experiencing a food emergency or food insecurity.
Substance Abuse & Addiction
Students struggling with substance abuse can schedule an appointment with Student Health, Counseling and Mental Health Services, or contact an advisor from Campus Support & Intervention (CSI) for additional guidance and resources. Students who are concerned about a fellow Trojan’s alcohol and/or drug use issues may submit a TC4T request to help connect their peer with resources they may need.
The Haven is a non-USC organization with a location on campus dedicated to helping students who struggle with substance use and addiction. The Haven offers screenings and interviews to assist students with examining their alcohol and/or drug use, in addition to other programs and resources.
For immediate crisis assistance, call the Department of Public Safety (DPS) emergency number or dial 911.
For medical, counseling or sexual assault survivor assistance, call Student Health at (213) 740-9355. If calling after hours, follow the recorded instructions to be connected with an on-call provider.
For all other crises, contact Campus Support & Intervention (CSI)