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If you are thinking about applying as a transfer student for Fall 2014 to the USC Viterbi School of Engineering, please join us for a live chat TOMORROW, January 21 at 5:00PM.

Our engineering admission staff will be live, on-camera answering your questions about transferring to USC as an engineering student.  We will be online for 1 hour and answering as many questions as possible!

Jump over to the LIVE CHAT page now to submit your question early, or ask them live on twitter using #ViterbiLIVE.

Popular questions, so far, include:

  • How do I include a registrar report as a transfer applicant?
  • Are letters of recommendation required for transfer students?
  • What courses transfer to USC as an engineering student?
  • Do I need to complete my general education requirements before applying as a transfer student?
  • What are the requirements to transfer to USC?
  • What is the minimum GPA required to transfer to USC as an engineering student?

If you can’t wait, I recommend reading Christine’s recent post on Transfer Applicants’ FAQs.

Can’t wait to talk to you all LIVE, tomorrow at 5PM (PDT)

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

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