This Saturday, November 16th, USC will host DiscoverUSC, a full day, open house event here on campus. And here in the engineering quad, we have our own event just for students interested in engineering: #ViterbiEXPO! This is your chance to learn all about the USC Viterbi School of Engineering, meet professors, students, and staff, check out our labs and facilities, and get an overall idea of what it’s like to be an engineering student before you apply to USC.

A Few Highlights:

Lab Tours: From autonomous drones to tissue engineering and everything in between, check out the lab tours we’re offering!
Micro-Seminars: Come to a micro-seminar to learn about carbon sequestration, meet an astronaut, hear about studying abroad, and more!
Student Orgs: Viterbi students are change makers. Learn more about the different student organizations they lead.

Along with lab tours, micro-seminars, and student organizations, don’t forget to check out our study abroad table and photo booth! Instagram posts using the hashtag #ViterbiEXPO will automatically be printed at the photo booth and give you the opportunity to pick up some premium USC Viterbi swag.

We hope you’ll join us at ViterbiEXPO THIS SATURDAY! Keep an eye on our Instagram (@ViterbiAdmission) and the EXPO webpage for updates!

Directions and Parking

We encourage guests to take the Metro Expo Line to campus on Saturday to reduce the congestion of vehicles on and around campus. Exit the train at the Expo Park/USC stop and enter campus on Trousdale Parkway.

If you plan to drive to campus, please follow these directions. Parking will be free of charge and available at Entrances 5, 6 and 8.  Entrance 6 is closest to the #ViterbiEXPO.  Click here for a USC map listing entrance locations.

  • From the I-10 Santa Monica Freeway, exit at Vermont Avenue heading south.
  • From the I-110 Harbor Freeway, exit at Martin Luther King Boulevard and head west until you reach Vermont Avenue.  Make a right and head north on Vermont.
  • Enter campus at entrance 5, located at Jefferson Boulevard & McClintock Avenue (section D2 on the USC map); at Entrance 6, located at Vermont Avenue and 36th Street (section A4 on the USC map); or at Entrance 8, located on Jefferson Boulevard between Vermont and Orchard Avenues (section B2 on the USC map).
  • Notify the attendant that you are attending the Discover USC program.  The attendant will provide you with a parking permit and direct you to the appropriate parking structure.

We look forward to seeing you all on Saturday!

Michael Cox

About Michael Cox

Michael was born and raised in a small island town off the coast of Seattle. He went to USC, but he’s still a Pacfic Northwesterner at heart—he loves hiking, reading, and watching the Seattle sports teams disappoint him. At Viterbi, Michael counsels high school and transfer students in the application process. You can follow him on Twitter @MichaelJohnCox4

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