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Canceled study abroad trips affect student plans

With programs canceled, students are left to scramble for housing arrangements.

Website raises funds for students in need

USC Care Collective direct resources toward marginalized students.

USC celebrates Class of 2020 with virtual commencement

The event featured musical performances and video messages.

Vice Provost for Undergraduate Programs to step down June 30

Andrea Hodge, who holds a joint appointment in the Viterbi School of Engineering, will resume her professorship.

USC announces 3.5% tuition hike despite pandemic

Tuition and fees will total more than $60,000 regardless of whether the incoming fall semester remains online.

Judge denies requests to drop admissions case

U.S. District Judge Nathaniel Gorton cited a lack of proof corroborating allegations of misconduct.

USC and Board of Trustees named in second class-action lawsuit

The complaint alleged the University unjustly profited off of its students by not disbursing partial tuition refunds.

USC launches initiative to prepare to reopen campus

Project Restart is composed of faculty, staff and student working groups focused on bringing the community back to campus in the fall.

Keck Medicine to launch clinical trial for coronavirus treatment

The trial will study the effects of anti-inflammatory drug baricitinib on coronavirus patients.

Student lawsuit alleges University profiting off pandemic by withholding refunds

The filing follows an email from Provost Charles Zukoski that the University will not provide prorated tuition refunds.

College admissions scandal parents denied home confinement option

The court ruled the parents’ circumstances did not merit the adjustment.

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