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.
The former USC water polo player stayed with the program to coach young talent from around the world.
These organizations and tools answer international students' questions about visas, financial issues and their job search.
USG received a $2.4 million budget for the 2019-20 academic year.
The elections involved multiple figures that would later be convicted in Nixon’s scandal.
A day in the life of USG President Trenton Stone.
Undergraduate Student Government presidential candidate Mai Mizuno and her running mate Brianna Bozek share a vision that prioritizes tangible, concrete action to improve student life, while acknowledging the needs of the local community.
USG president among campus leaders nationwide linked to conservative group accused of influencing elections
USG President Austin Dunn was listed in association with the conservative group Turning Point USA. The organization has been accused of influencing student elections nationwide. Dunn says those allegations are misconstrued.