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Congratulations! You have submitted your Common App & USC Questions for transfer admission. These are the next steps you should consider to ensure your application is complete.

    • Official High School Transcripts (with HS graduation date)
    • Official College Transcripts – from ALL colleges attended since HS graduation.
      • Transcripts and all other documents can be mailed to:
        • USC Office of Admission, UG
          University Park Campus
          Los Angeles, CA 90089-0911
        • Electronic transcripts – please instruct the transcript service to email the transcript to
    • We encourage all eligible students to apply for financial aid by submitting the FAFSA and CSS PROFILE by March 2, 2023. You can learn more about the financial aid process by visiting the USC Financial Aid page.

Finally, please be aware that it can take up to 14 business days (or more) for your transcripts and other documents to be processed into your file because of the high volume of applications received. If you recently submitted your documents to USC, sit tight! It will take time for the University to process these into your file. You will be contacted by the University if your file is missing any information or if anything additional is needed.

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.