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It’s not an easy decision.

Choosing your home for the next four years is never easy. We understand the terribly difficult decision you are faced with… and the deadline that is quickly approaching. We can’t make the decision for you, but we may be able to assist by offering an honest insider perspective on USC and the Viterbi program.

Who better to hear from then the students that were in your very shoes not to long ago. We thought it might help if you heard from current USC Viterbi Students and why they ultimately decided USC would be home for the next the next part of their journey.


We create these podcasts just for you! We have students, faculty and staff talking about the important things at USC. Listen to the most recent episode where Victoria, Celine, Mateo and Cameron talk about how they decided USC. They discuss their whole college application process from picking schools to apply to, why they chose USC, and if they thought it was worth it.


We also have student blogs! Current Viterbi student describe when they new USC was the right fit and why they still believe it was the best fit for them. They also a cover a large variety of topics on student life. This may help you get a feel of the USC culture.

We hope these additional resources shed more light about USC and the Viterbi program. While we would absolutely love to have you here at USC, we understand you need to find the right fit for you.

Lisa Rosas

Lisa was born and raised in Southern California. Although she lived her entire life in some of the best weather, Lisa decided for a change of scenery for college and pursued her undergraduate degree at the University of Dubuque in Iowa. While there, she was a two-sport athlete. After experiencing beyond-freezing temperatures, she returned home with inspiration to work in higher education. She is currently pursuing a Master of Education degree with USC Rossier. In her free time you’ll find her snowboarding, playing soccer, or reading.

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