In the event of a campus-wide emergency, up-to-date information will be available through several communication vehicles:
Prepare for Emergencies
From USC USC Emergency Preparedness website
- Fire: Learn about fire emergency procedures from the Office of Fire Safety and Emergency Planning.
- Earthquake: Learn about earthquake emergency procedures from the Office of Fire Safety and Emergency Planning.
- Active Shooter: The USC Department of Public Safety (DPS) has created a one hour training session tailored for students, faculty, and staff on what to do in the event of an active shooter. Learn more about the recommended “Run • Hide • Fight” protocol.
Important Contact Information
USC Department of Public Safety (emergency) (213) 740-4321
USC Department of Public Safety (non-emergency/business) (213) 740-6000
Student Counseling Services (UPC) (213) 740-7711
Student Counseling Services (HSC) (323) 442-5631
Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention & Services (RSVP) (213) 740-4900
Title IX/Equity & Diversity (213) 740-5086
University Support and Advocacy (213) 821-4710
Office of Student Judicial Affairs and Community Standards (213) 821-7373
Well-being & Safety
Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention and Services (RSVP) (formerly Center for Women & Men)
- Schedule an outreach: After your request is received we will reach out to you to finalize the details. https://engemannshc.usc.edu/counseling/outreach-programs/
- If you ever need immediate services or a consultation because a student is in crisis you can call the front desk at 213-740-7711 and ask to speak to a crisis counselor.
- Mental health screening survey: Virtual link with resources to college mental health issues and can take anonymously in order to see if they could benefit from professional help. https://engemannshc.usc.edu/counseling/virtual-clinic/
- 20 plus groups we offer as well as the workshops, drop in groups.https://engemannshc.usc.edu/counseling/groups/
Fall 2018 Feel Better Workshops
For all students to drop in – Thursday 4:00-5:00pm,
Held in the Trojan Conference Room, first floor of the USC Student Health Center. These workshops are open to all undergraduate and graduate students who would like to learn basic skills or consider new approaches to improve their ability to manage stress or cope with adversity. No registration required.
1st Thursday: Stress Management– tools to better manage inevitable life stress
2nd Thursday: Managing Emotions – tools to manage difficult emotions and stay healthy
3rd Thursday: Calm Your Anxiety– tools to manage anxiety and nervousness
4th Thursday: Relationships and Connection– improving and sustaining your social support network
5th Thursday: Preventing Procrastination and Perfectionism – understand how your mindset impacts academic anxiety and overcome procrastination (held only on months that have a 5th Thursday)
Drop in Feel Better Workshops 2-3pm every Wednesday starting in September 2018
Held in the Trojan Conference Room at the USC Student Health Center.
1st Wed – Improve your Mood
2nd – Be Resilient and Thrive
3rd- First Semester Trojans
4th – Using Emotions Wisely
5th – Procrastinators
For students, staff and faculty
Student Counseling, Engemann Student Health building suite 304
Resource Centers & Involvement