The University has issued a letter of support and solidarity that provides multiple resources available to students and staff who seek information and support about the ongoing crisis in Ukraine.
The University has conducted outreach to affected students, faculty, and staff, and reached out more broadly to members of the campus community who have ties to the region to offer solidarity and support.
For ongoing information about the war, the USC Global Policy Institute is offering a series of ongoing crisis briefings, and the USC Center on Public Diplomacy has been exploring Russia’s propaganda campaign.
For support, the University suggests people reach out to:
Counseling and Mental Health
Provides counseling and support for student Reporting Parties and Respondents.
Center for Work and Family Life
Dedicated to helping USC faculty, staff, and their benefits-eligible partners and dependents maintain a balance between their personal and professional lives, optimize workplace performance and relationships, improve wellness and behavioral health practices, and explore career development goals.
Campus Support and Intervention (CSI)
CSI connects with members of the USC community when they need support in achieving their academic, professional, and/or personal goals.
Trojans Care 4 Trojans (TC4T)
A private and anonymous reporting option for students, faculty, and staff that is managed by CSI.