“From the Viterbi Luau to the Transfer Mentorship Program, I personally felt a part of the Trojan Family from the moment I stepped on campus.”

-Shuntaro, Class of 2019

So you’ve already attended one of our transfer info sessions. You’ve visited our transfer website and feel you have a pretty good grasp of the USC Viterbi transfer admission process. But what is it actually like to be a transfer student at USC Viterbi? This Sunday, January 24th, current USC Viterbi transfer students are going to answer that exact question. They’ll talk about their own journeys to USC, their involvements on campus, their classes, and their ups and downs joining a new school. They’ll also be able to answer other questions you might have about their lives as transfer students.

Space is limited, so make sure to reserve your spot by clicking on the registration link below. The event will start at 7pm (PT).

Transfer Student Live Chat

January 24th, 2021

Looking to transfer to USC as an engineering student? In this live chat, current transfer students will talk about their experiences at USC Viterbi. They are here to answer the questions you may have about the transfer process, classes, student orgs, and life as an engineering student at USC.

Register for January 24th

Interested in Seeing our Other Live Chat Events?

This event is part of an ongoing series of student-led live chats for 2021 applicants.  Every other Sunday our students get a new group of student panelists at 7:00PM (PT) to discuss a variety of topics.  Topics range from cultural identity to research to social life.  Check out the complete schedule below to register for your favorite topics and catch up on recordings of past events.

THE LIVE CHAT SERIES
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.

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