USC has more than 1,000 student organizations, which are responsible for the majority of programs and events held on campus, including concerts, lectures, special events, spirit rallies, cultural and social events, and conferences. The student organizations listed below provide students with an excellent opportunity to gain experience in and network with like-minded individuals in communication, journalism and public relations.
If you would like to list your Annenberg organization on this page, or if you are interested in restarting an inactive organization, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and include your organization’s details.
Annenberg Student Organizations
Annenberg Black Student Association
Annenberg Chinese Student and Alumni Organization
Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA USC)
Association of Public Diplomacy Scholars (APDS)
Lambda Pi Eta
Eboard meetings are every Thursday at 6:00 p.m. Events include Fireside Chats (dates TBD), Coffee Chats (continuous), Graduate School Panel (date TBD), and Study Sessions (dates TBD.)
Motivate and Empower
Social Media: Instagram (@motivateempower), Twitter (@motivateempower)
President: Samara Harris, email@example.com; Ellice Ellis, firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor: Rosalind Cornerly (Director of CBCSA)
Join Motivate and Empower for Black Welcome Week on August 30!
National Association of Black Journalists at USC (NABJ)
National Association of Hispanic Journalists at USC (NAHJ)
Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA)
SPEC Magazine is a culture, lifestyle, and fashion publication with the primary objective to provide USC students with an outlet of creative expression.
The Southern California Communication Association (SCCA)
USC Photography Club
Women's Leadership Society
Social Media: Twitter (@WLSatM2E), Instagram (@WLSatM2E), Facebook (@WLSatUSCAnnenberg)
President: Briana Grubb, Andie Wright
Advisor: Chris Smith