As Los Angeles County plans to ease restrictions after moving to the orange tier, USC continues to prepare for increased on-campus access.
One in five students are the first in their family to attend college and students from ethnic groups historically underrepresented in college increased.
The provost also announced that current undergraduate students can take up to 32 units pass / no pass toward their degree.
The Daily Trojan was placed second in the best newspaper category and was awarded two first-place honors.
As of March 1, Los Angeles County moved to Phase 1B distribution, which allows those employed by the University to receive vaccinations.
The University will cease new and liquidate current investments in an effort to prioritize and renew discussions on sustainability.
In partnership with community organizations, including Los Angeles Fire Department, USC’s School of Pharmacy contributes to five vaccine points-of-distribution sites around the city.
As coronavirus positivity rates rise, USC continues to vaccinate designated 1A population members and will enforce new requirements for campus access.
The five Wellness Days will be offered instead of a Spring Break and will be scattered throughout March and April.
To help students navigate the emotions and stress of a divisive election season, Counseling and Mental Health Services in USC Student Health has offered election stress workshops.