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This Weekend’s Open House – Programs Available

By November 19, 2009No Comments

This weekend’s Discover USC program is going to be HUGE!

We are ready to welcome you to campus with some great events and activities going on all day.  First, check out the University-wide program.  You will see that every academic unit on campus is putting on seminars, sessions, tours and lectures.

In addition to our academic overview presentation, we will be holding our big ENGINEERING EXPO.  See our program for details on what will be offered:  Micro-seminars on our Freshmen Academy Program, Overseas Programs, and Career Services along with Lab & Facility tours will show you practically every inch of the Viterbi School.

Discover USC Agenda – Fall 2009
Engineering EXPO Program – Fall 2009

If you haven’t already RSVP’d – please do so:


On the day of the program we recommend arriving early to park and get situated.  Parking is complimentary for this special day with Gates 1 (Parking Structure A) Gates 3 (Parking Structure X) and Gates 4 (Parking Structure D) open.  Please check in on campus as follows:

FRESHMEN – check-in as early as 9am at the steps of VKC
TRANSFERS – check-in at 10:15 at OHE

See the Campus Map for more information about building locations.

See you all on Sunday!

Paul Ledesma

As Executive Director, Paul oversees Undergraduate Admission for all programs at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering. He was born and raised in southern California and is a lifetime Dodgers fan. He enjoys traveling (Italy may be a second home), discovering new restaurants in LA (tacos anyone?), and while he may not qualify as a bonafide movie-buff, he loves movies (especially comic book movies). He studied Psychology for his bachelor's degree, minored in Public Management, and was active in leadership for community service groups Troy Camp and Dance Marathon while attending USC. When he's not working he enjoys spending time with his wife, daughter, and rescued pup and kitty in Redondo Beach, CA. (well, maybe not the cat so much) Preferred Pronouns: he/him/his