Five percent of faculty are Latinx, a three percentage point increase since 2001.
Latinx students strive to preserve their identities at USC while finding community on campus.
Over the years, Latinx students have worked to claim a home on campus.
As racial categories evolve over time, the idea of what it means to be Latinx has continued to shift.
USC alumna Giuliana “Gugu” Olmos is the first Mexican woman tennis player to win a WTA title.
With the elections around the corner, much is at stake for DACA recipients.
International graduates face the pressures of a ticking clock and competitive job market to find employment that can keep them in the United States.
After adjusting to the traditions of Greek life, students from around the globe have an opportunity to build a new community.
International students adjust to U.S. college culture after arriving at USC.
These organizations and tools answer international students' questions about visas, financial issues and their job search.