Are you thinking about joining a student organization, but missed the involvement fair and don’t know where to start? With over 850 student organizations on campus, it can be overwhelming and quite impossible to hunt down every organization. Don’t worry though because USC Student Affairs has your back! If you head over to the Student Organizations website, you will find a new search feature on the home page that helps you figure out exactly what you’re looking for, breaking the search down by year classification (undergraduate/graduate/both), type of organization, or organization category. USC Student Organizations promote unity across its diverse body of students as they do not discriminate against on the basis of age, race, religion or creed, national origin, ethnicity, gender, disability or sexual orientation. You will find that USC Student Organizations can range from service, Greek life, religion and spirituality, academic and even performance. Whatever you’re looking for, they’ve got it.
If you’re interested in being more involved with a closer regard to your Annenberg major, head over to our website where you will find a complete list of organizations within Annenberg. USC Annenberg students expand their learning experience by taking part in dozens of student organizations, open to undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students alike. Just like USC Student Organizations, Annenberg does not discriminate on any basis and seeks to cater to its diverse body of students as well. Annenberg offers organizations that are geared towards Communication and Journalism/Public Relations students on the undergraduate and graduate levels. You can also become an Annenberg Ambassador, utilizing your skills as an Annenberg major and applying them to promote our school while detailing your experience on a personal level with prospective students in order to expand the Trojan family.