Thriving in the Diversity of the Trojan Family
USC’s many affinity groups offer communities of welcoming and belonging and further our continuing efforts on diversity, equity and inclusion. They offer spaces where there’s always a friend. Many of those affinity groups took advantage of nationally recognized heritage months during the spring to share their unique traditions, food and dance with each other and their fellow Trojans. Read more about these special celebrations that illustrate how USC is truly a community of communities.
USC gets early start on Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
More than 650 students, faculty and staff enjoy singing, dancing and speaker remarks during opening event in Founders Park on the University Park Campus.
After 30 years, USC Lambda LGBTQ+ Alumni Association continues the good fight
The group honored students, faculty, allies and alumni at its 30th anniversary scholarship gala.
Students have big plans for USC’s first Arab American Heritage Month
The newly established Middle Eastern North African Student Assembly is making the most of additional resources as the group advocates for more.
Women’s History Month at USC celebrates female pioneers and their stories
Events taking place during the yearlong tribute to the 50th anniversary of Title IX include a music festival, a movie screening and conversations featuring trailblazing women.
Black History Month at USC offers opportunities to celebrate and educate
This year’s theme is “Reclamation Through Resistance, Rebirth Through Reconciliation.”