College Junior 2013-09-24T05:40:05Z
It's LA...so it is notoriously difficult to get around. At least they have lots of options.
College Senior 2013-09-17T21:19:02Z
Guys & Girls:
People are generally attractive and willing to help others. Some students can be a little stand-offish. Most student dress in a Southern California style in shorts and flip flops, but girls are generally pretty stylish and guys tend to be preppy.
College Senior 2013-09-17T21:17:07Z
There are computers available around campus but most students will chose to use their personal computers. During "paper season" it may take awhile before you can get access to the computer you prefer to use.
College Senior 2013-09-17T21:12:51Z
There are some options around campus which is different from when I was an undergraduate, but they are still limited and somewhat generic
College Sophomore 2013-09-17T20:34:24Z
Classes at USC are amazing. I truly love my processors, they are more knowledgable than I would have ever hoped. They also are very friendly and helpful with internship opportunities. I feel like they genuinely want their students to succeed. Small classes are also very common (not including GE's)
College Sophomore 2013-09-17T20:32:00Z
Drugs are not a big issue, although blacking out every weekend is a common thing for many students, especially in greek life.
College Sophomore 2013-09-17T20:30:16Z
USC is overall really great. The student union is probably the most popular area on campus, many student favorites are restaurants Seeds and Lemonade. The library is a great place to study (although Doheney isn't too attractive). There is even a farmers market on campus now, so the issue of getting fresh fruits/veggies is no longer! Overall USC is great. I highly recommend it.
College Senior 2013-09-16T21:16:31Z
This school has impeccable on-line distant learning classes
College Freshman 2013-09-12T18:51:54Z
USC has a terrific bunch of professors, courses are challenging but invigorating, and the ability and accessibility of Double Majors allows a superbly-rounded education
College Freshman 2013-09-12T18:49:39Z
The dorms aren't great, and the cost far exceeds the value of the housing facilities, but the actual buildings offer great facilities such as exercise areas, laundry rooms, music practice rooms, and quiet study spaces
College Freshman 2013-09-12T18:46:10Z
Team Spirit and tradition are certainties at SC.
This season we've been struggling in football, but the facilities for all athletics are hugely impressive and our basketball team is showing serious potential
College Freshman 2013-09-12T18:43:40Z
The premed track is certainly challenging, but professors are incredibly intelligent, inspiring, and with Supplemental Instruction sessions and Office hours anyone can succeed.
Recent Alumnus 2013-09-12T00:58:33Z
Guys & Girls:
I decided to write this review so people know about the reality of this school. First, with current insoluble safety issues around campus it is even hard to have a normal social life, there are lots of foreign looking people in their, attractiveness is average, and people are not that much friendly at all. I spent two years of my life their and I had below average experience.
College Senior 2013-09-11T04:54:11Z
I take classes online through their Virtual Academic Center.
College Senior 2013-09-11T04:53:26Z
Extremely happy with the program although it is extremely time consuming.
College Senior 2013-09-11T04:51:34Z
Heavy workload because USC has extremely high standards of students
College Senior 2013-09-11T04:46:41Z
USC has an excellent student support staff that is extremely accommodating. The professors are very knowledgeable and go out of their way to ensure a student's success.
College Freshman 2013-09-06T08:06:31Z
It's wonderful California weather! The only problem is the summer... no AC in the dorms = sauna on some floors.
College Freshman 2013-09-06T08:05:45Z
Greek life is pretty huge despite being a part of such a small % of the school's population. Having an actual Greek row definitely makes it the place to be on a lot of nights, but non-Greeks can find friends and things to do as well.
College Freshman 2013-09-06T08:03:46Z
T.O. is great for people who love reading, writing, and the liberal arts. Your milage will vary based on the program, but the media programs in particular (journalism, film, games, etc.) are incredible. You're really learning from industry professionals and getting the skills you need to remain competitive.
College Freshman 2013-09-06T08:02:04Z
Readily available, but it can get a little pricey.
College Junior 2013-09-04T01:16:01Z
I don't participate in nightlife because I do not live on campus. What I know I've heard from friends who attend.
College Junior 2013-09-04T01:14:16Z
It's there but they do their best to stay on top of it. It's like any other large university.
College Junior 2013-09-03T23:20:33Z
There are plenty of housing options available, but generally living in LA can be pretty pricey. The housing options that are very cheap are generally in undesirable, sketchy areas. Security has gotten better though, and many more apartment complexes directed towards students are being built. The Lorenzo, Gateway, and Icon Plaza are examples of this.
College Junior 2013-09-03T23:16:34Z
I am in Dornsife Letters of Arts and Sciences at USC and am happy with the program. There are a lot of tutors and facilities available and there are generally enough classes for students. There are a lot of great staff who love to help out during their office hours. Workload depends on which classes you take.
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