Get Oriented With USCÑŽ May 1st has arrived. You are committed. We are therefore excited. You’re relieved. HOORAY! Time for the next step.

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Get Oriented With USCÑŽ May 1st has arrived. You are committed. We are therefore excited. You’re relieved. HOORAY! Time for the next step.

Register for USC Orientation!

USC Orientation tools helps re-confirm the commitment you have made by today; the May 1st Commitment Deadline. In the side that is practical’s important since you’ll have the ability to sign up for your classes, learn where things are on campus, and get situated. But, you can expect to also arrive at our campus and also make friends that are new even future BFF’s. You shall discover the battle song. You will finally have the hang of throwing up the ‘V for Victory’ sign. (if you do not grew up in one of those families whom knew just how to achieve this before learning just how to hold a bottle, being a baby) All things that are exciting!

A number of our staff are Trojan alums and had Orientation fairly present sufficient to keep in mind their experiences. Read their quotes below because they reminisce about their really first memories as a Trojan during their orientation.

‘USC Orientation ended up being pretty awesome. My OA was a resource that is incredible provided a lot of great advice about life as a USC pupil. Additionally, I came across some of my future sorority siblings at Orientation. Certainly memories that we will constantly cherish.’
-Jessica Frey, Class of 2013

‘ The part that is best of Orientation ended up being the Spirit Rally! Hearing the band play, learning most of the traditions, and being surrounded by my other Trojans was a memory I will not forget for the long time.’

-Neelam Savla, Class of 2012

‘To be truthful, it is difficult for me to keep in mind my orientation. Partially because I graduated from USC in 2011 and my orientation was at 2007(i have to begin some memory exercises). The things we remember ended up being during Welcome Week and the beginning of USC, I did not feel lost or like i did not know where I belonged. We genuinely believe that’s an expression of my Orientation experience and how it ready me to move on campus within the feel and fall at ease. One memory that appears out and is clear from my orientation had been registering for classes. My academic advisor during the time, who ended up being one of my bosses as I began working into the department later, assisted me through all of it to ensure once I stepped away from work, I felt absolutely nothing but excited about starting college, the classes I was taking and being fully a Trojan.’
-Kendall Williams, Class of 2011

‘ My memory that is fondest of Orientation had been heading later on by having a handful of new acquaintances and going to Del Taco for a midday snack. I came across some pupils that became a few of my first buddies at USC. It ended up being also my first—and last—trip to Del Taco. (Go eat some Chano’s instead).’
-Eric Gebert, Class of 2010

‘ From the band towards the fight song to the therefore Cal Spell Out, we adored learning about Trojan Traditions.’
-Bryan Hudson, course of 2013

‘i remember eating in the dining halls for the first time with my friend that is best and realizing, after 3 delicious slices of pie, that the freshman 15 could be very, very real.’
-Tyler-Rose Veguez, Class of 2012

‘ we visited Orientation 4 times (well, 4 summers) as soon as as an incoming freshman and three times being a pupil staff member. It had been always great to see individuals go from knowing no body to finding best friends in that quick timespan that is two-day. They may be friends you keep forever or friends only for the couple days you’re on campus, but in any event, they allow you to understand that you will find great individuals at USC and it is possible to find your niche as soon as you move in.’
-Noel Viramontes, Class of 2009

‘Orientation ended up being the minute everything really clicked. At long last had the opportunity to sit back and talk with not just current USC students, but my personal freshman classmates in depth. Though we would came from various areas of the world and had various majors, we still had much in common. These unique and fascinating individuals made me excited to call home, learn, and grow at USC the next four years.’
-Clay Busia, Class of 2013

ESSENTIAL NOTE: it doesn’t make a difference what orientation session you signal up for. You has the same usage of the classes you require if you attend the earlier or later on sessions.

Lots of you’ve got already signed up and reserved an area for orientation. Awesome! Until your session, please feel free to explore the USC Orientation Programs website. If you are eager to find more information about pupil clubs and companies on campus, go directly to the USC Student Affairs website. Your time being a Trojan are going to be here before it is known by you!

Hey present Trojans and alums, do you keep in mind any enjoyable memories you had at Orientation?

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