Hey, all you rising HS seniors:

The academic year is almost up, summer is almost here, and more than likely a good number of you may be planning to visit colleges soon.  Your “California College Tour” wouldn’t be complete without a stop here at the University of Southern California.  But what is the best way to visit USC?

Visit USC Viterbi This Summer

What good is a campus tour if you don’t get all the engineering details?

My best advice for your visit to USC is to plan out your schedule for the Meet USC program. (Don’t just do a Campus Tour)  Meet USC is a half-day visit to campus that runs twice a day on most Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays year-round.  Morning sessions start at 8:30am.  Afternoons start at 12:30pm.

Meet USC includes a presentation from the Office of Admission that discusses the University overall along with the application process.  A walking tour of campus follows the presentation ultimately leading you to the USC Viterbi School of Engineering.  The final part of your program includes a meeting with us in the engineering school to discuss all the engineering details.

We will discuss our engineering academic programs, research, course and our curriculum, and your future life as an engineering student.  Make sure to bring your questions as we will make sure to answer all of them!

Reservations are limited, so be sure to book as soon as you can.

Book Your Meet USC

We can’t wait to see you this summer!

Paul Ledesma

About Paul Ledesma

Paul is currently the Director of Undergraduate Admission at the University of Southern California Viterbi School of Engineering. Although he is not an engineer, he loves working with engineering students and secretly wants to be one (they do so much cool stuff!). He watches way too many movies, is a self-admitted gadget-freak, comic book aficionado, and avid fan of all things Apple. Paul studied Psychology at the University of Southern California and "fell into" the college admission field after graduation in 2000.

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