Well-being and Support Resources

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Confidential Resources

Counseling and Mental Health Services

Provides counseling and support for students including individual therapy, group therapy, crisis support, psychiatric services and specialties for gender-based harm. 213-740-9355 (WELL)

Office of the Ombuds

Available to faculty, staff, and students experiencing University-related concerns, conflicts, or challenging situations. (213) 821-9556 (University Park Campus) upcombuds@usc.edu
(323) 442-0341 (Health Sciences Campus) hscombuds@usc.edu

Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention and Services (RSVP)

Provides direct support to students who have experienced gender and power-based harm. 213-740-9355 (WELL)

Private Resources

Trojans Care for Trojans (TC4T)

Empowers USC students, faculty and staff to take action when they are concerned about a fellow Trojan challenged with personal difficulties. This private and anonymous request form provides an opportunity for Trojans to help a member of our Trojan Family.
Report as a student

Campus Support and Intervention

CSI works with all student populations at USC to provide support, guidance, and resources to assist with any challenges that may arise in their time as a student. (213) 740-0411

Student Equity & Inclusion Programs

A cluster of student development centers and initiatives within USC Student Life that offer student support services and programs that focus on intersectionality, sense of belonging and well-being. SEIP facilitates dialogue, community-building and leads campus-wide equity and inclusion initiatives that impact the student experience.

Report and Response

USC is committed to creating an environment in which our community feels safe, heard, and protected. When someone has been affected by the conduct of another, it is important to provide support and resources swiftly and with care, which is why we created one simple destination for all your reporting needs: report.usc.edu.
The USC Report & Response website is an easy-to-use portal where USC community members (students, faculty, staff, patients, and visitors) can make a report – anonymously if preferred – of an incident they have witnessed or experienced that violates university policies or goes against our Unifying Values.