Campus Resources


Student Advocacy and Reporting Violations


USC is a multicultural community of people from diverse racial, ethnic, gender, and class backgrounds, national origins, faith backgrounds, political beliefs, abilities, and sexual orientations.

USC does not tolerate acts of bias within its community. All incidents of bias, hate crimes and hate incidents are considered a serious breach of our community expectations and need to be reported to allow for appropriate investigation and response.

USC Student Affairs has a department for student support and advocacy, where you can report incidents of bias and discrimination, and file a complaint:

Price School Resources


Price Office of Student Affairs:
RGL 108
(213) 740-6842

Price Diversity Liaison:

Students may also contact their Department Chair or Program Administrator if you experience an incident of discrimination.

Health and Wellness Resources


Student Counseling Services:
(213) 740-7711

Center for Work and Family Life (for Faculty and Staff):
(213) 821-0800

Other USC Resources


USC Office of Equity and Diversity:

Student Equity and Inclusion Programs

Additional resources for USC Students:

If you need additional support for self-care and wellness, please view the available resources at:

USC Emergency and Crisis Resources


To report an emergency, please contact the USC Department of Public Safety at: (UPC) 213-740-4321 and (HSC) 323-442-1000.

For students who may be in need of counseling services, contact: (UPC) 213-740-7711 and (HSC) 323-4425631. For staff and faculty, contact the Center for Work & Family Life: 213-821-0800.

For faculty, students and staff in need of support, including crisis support, contact USC Support and Advocacy: 213-821-4710.

If you are concerned about a fellow Trojan who may be struggling with personal difficulties, contact Trojans Care for Trojans (TC4T), a private and anonymous online resource, at:

If you have been threatened or are concerned about a potential threat against any individual or campus community at USC, contact our Chief Threat Assessment Officer Patrick Prince at

To request training for protocols in the event of an active-shooter or other emergencies, contact: Steven Goldfarb, senior coordinator of Emergency Planning at and Michelle Velasco, training coordinator, at

To sign up for TrojansAlert notifications, go to: