Emergency Resources
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Trojan Food Pantry

Any currently enrolled USC student who is experiencing a food emergency/food insecurity qualifies for the services of the Trojan Food Pantry.

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Disabled Access to Road Transportation

Free service at UPC provided by USC transportation during the Fall and Spring, between the hours of 8:30 am–6:00 pm, to assist Trojans with temporary mobility issues

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USC Department of Public Safety

The USC Department of Public Safety (DPS) is one of the largest campus public safety departments in the United States employing 306 full-time personnel and 30 part-time student workers.

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Trojan Neighborhood Associaton

The Trojans Neighborhood Association brings together students and the community living within the USC DPS zone in order to fight the “wicked problems” our neighborhood faces.

Health and Wellness
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Ask Ari

Ask Ari features an intelligent agent that engages students in a dialog about well-being issues and then facilitates the use of online educational and self-care strategies to assist these students in increasing their levels of personal functioning. 

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Free HIV Testing

AHIV testing will be provided on campus by USC Student Health at both Engemann and Eric Cohen student health centers and is available to undergraduate and graduate students. 

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USC Office of Campus Wellbeing & Education

Campus Wellbeing and Education strives to develop a culture of wellbeing throughout USC. One in which faculty, staff and students alike would have all the tools, resources, guidance, and support they need to thrive.

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COVID-19 Resources

A number of free services are provided by USC to help students cope with the pandemic

Free Goods and Services
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New York Times Subscription

GSG offers free New York Times subscriptions to students. Click to get a free subscription

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Legal Services

Each year, GSG and USG provide free legal counseling to the student population at USC. Legal counseling is every Monday from 4:00-9:00 pm and each appointment is 30 minutes.

GSG Funded Resources
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Emergency Fund Program

The Graduate Student Government Emergency Fund program is designed to help students with unforeseen expenses arising from a crisis and quickly address financial setbacks. The funding limit is $700 per student per academic year.

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GSG Childcare Subsidy Grants Program

The USC Graduate Student Government (GSG) provides a limited number of awards in the maximum amount of $1,500 to assist eligible student parents with the cost of childcare. The goal of this program is to support USC students who's parental or legal guardian responsibilities are impacting degree progress.