Elizabeth Bluth is a communications assistant at USC Student Affairs.
Stories by Elizabeth Bluth:
Office of Campus Wellbeing and Education provides connection and community for students
The office supports Trojans’ well-being by identifying sources of personal and professional meaning and inclusion in the classroom, in the workspace and among peers.
USC’s First-Generation Plus Success Center celebrates National First-Gen Week
The university kicks off its celebration of first-generation students at USC with music, giveaways and community events.
Students flock to new program focused on justice, equity, diversity and inclusivity
The JEDI Peer Educator program is gaining momentum at USC as multiple student groups request workshops to help them implement more inclusive and equitable practices.
Asian Pacific American Student Services’ mentoring program sees record interest
The PEER mentoring program has been key in helping first-year Asian American, Pacific Islander and Desi American students transition to college and find community at USC.
USC Kortschak Center helps students make back-to-school connections
Timely workshops help students brush up on talking with professors, deal with roommate issues — and perhaps make a new friend or two.