It is an incredibly beautiful day on campus today. Bright blue skies and fluffy white clouds are making me jealous my office isn’t actually outdoors. (reminder to self: work off laptop in Epstein Plaza more often)
If you have recently been admitted to USC as an engineering student, I know there are many questions you have in order to find out if we are the best place for you. In addition to checking out all the content on our Admitted Student Site, and listening to our podcast episode on admission decisions:
The most important thing you really have to do is:
In your admission packet was a booklet entitled, EXPERIENCE USC – it looks like this
This booklet has all of the information you need to visit campus… and while some may think “oh those are just the university programs, I need the engineering details.”
Fret Not! Everything in that book includes programming with us here in the Viterbi School of Engineering.
As an engineering student we want to make sure you have the opportunity to visit with us in the Viterbi School. Meet engineering faculty and students. See facilities and explore your future home. Engage with people involved in your curriculum and find out if you want to study engineering at USC.
This is what EXPLORE USC, PREVIEW USC, SPRING PREVIEW, and our ON CAMPUS OPEN HOUSE are all about!
The Viterbi School is involved in every one of the university campus visit programs. When you register for one of those programs, you are already scheduled to meet with us and get those specific answers to your questions. There is no need to schedule anything different or extra – simply login to YOU.USC.EDU and select one of the programs. It’s really as easy as that.
Check out our VISIT CAMPUS FOR ADMITTED STUDENTS page for all the information you need.
If you have been admitted to the Spring semester, we have special programs just for you to discuss the unique opportunity of starting in the spring as well as how you can spend your fall semester.VISIT AS A FALL ADMIT VISIT AS A SPRING ADMIT