The agreement will provide a quarter of USC’s electricity with power from a solar farm in Mojave. It also brings new opportunities for residents in nearby communities to gain access to affordable solar power.
Pastors advocate for their people from the pulpit and on the streets — and training at USC gives them the tools to take their work further.
USC offers workforce development programs to help kids, teens and adults find their future in the medical industry.
In an age of disinformation and disaffection, how do we teach the next generation of informed, active citizens?
The civil rights leader visited USC and its surrounding neighborhoods throughout the late ’50s and ’60s in his quest to improve the lives of Black Americans.
Trojans remember casting their first ballot — and the hope and civic pride that still inspires them, even decades later.
William and Leslie McMorrow’s donation endows the Neighborhood Academic Initiative, ensuring ongoing support for future generations of promising students in South and East Los Angeles.
Former TRiO student Rosalinda Larios faces intense competition, but she’s determined to beat the odds.
Renters living near the university’s campuses have a lifeline when they need help.
Families living near the Health Sciences Campus stock up for the school year, thanks to USC Civic Engagement and the university’s Good Neighbors Campaign.