USC Trojan Family Magazine’s print version is on hiatus as of the Summer 2020 (June) issue. But we’re still online!
For decades, USC Trojan Family Magazine has been the print magazine for USC alumni, friends and parents of current undergraduate students. It is currently not printing so that USC can dedicate more resources to its students. However, we continue to share the stories of our Trojan Family, and you’ll find them on this website.
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Read feature stories and see photos of Trojan life in our monthly curated email newsletter for alumni, parents and friends. (Check out a sample here.)
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- USC alumni – Please go to the USC Alumni Association’s FightOnline! website. Sign in (or register for a new account) to update your email subscription preferences.
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If USC Trojan Family Magazine resumes printing in the future, it will be mailed exclusively to USC alumni, donors and parents of current undergraduate students in the U.S. with mailing addresses on file with the university.
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USC Trojan Family is not currently printing, but if you wish to ensure you don’t receive it by mail in the future, please remove yourself from the mailing list by filling out the form at this link.
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USC Trojan Family shares the stories of USC with alumni, parents, students, faculty, staff and friends.
The university’s printed quarterly, USC Trojan Family Magazine (ISSN 8750-7927), was published four times a year, in March, June, September and December, by USC University Communications.