President Bob Caslen unveiled a new testing strategy that could potentially get students their results within hours of taking it and reversed a prior announcement that all students would be required to get tested upon their return in the fall.
Brief: International students must not take 'entirely online course load' to remain in country, Immigration and Customs Enforcement saysBy Nick Sullivan |
ICE has released new guidelines for international students studying in the United States this fall.
USC's School of Medicine system releases opt-in return agreement for students during COVID-19 pandemicBy Jack Bingham |
The university's School of Medicine issued a second return agreement to its students after the first became controversial for waiving the students' right to sue should they contract COVID-19 at work.
As tensions over face coverings continue nationwide, USC health officials insist that masks will play a key role in maintaining a healthy environment on campus this fall.
William Tate joins USC as the first Black provost in the school's history.
The ad hoc advisory committee on governance plans to change bylaws regarding the presidential search.
Previously a campus-based event with hundreds on campus at a time, orientation is now held from the safety of students' homes. Orientation has adapted with Cocky's Coop and virtual meetings, but elements of student connection are still lost through the screen.
Privacy may be sacrificed for the sake of convenience when using digital platforms for meetings.