Denim Day is the last Wednesday of Sexual Assault Awareness Month (April), raising awareness and encouraging people to wear jeans with a purpose, support survivors of sexual assault, and educate themselves and others about all forms of sexual violence and gender-based harm. Learn more about Denim Day and USC’s Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention and Services, a unit of Counseling and Mental Health Services in USC Student Health, the campus resource for students, providing advocate services (24/7) to survivors of sexual assault and gender-based harm; providing mental health services, and promoting prevention education programs for students and student-serving departments.
WHAT: Nasal swab testing (alternative to saliva testing) for USC surveillance testing population (Pop Testing.) WHO: Patients who have medical conditions (including medication regimens) that… Read more »
NOTE—In preparing for your appointment for your COVID-19 vaccine this week, please be prepared and bring, as proof of eligibility: • Your valid state ID… Read more »
In honor of Black History Month, USC Student Health celebrates Black pioneers in medicine and mental health. Look for these profiles on our social media channels throughout the month of February. Daniel Hale Williams: Performed the first successful heart surgery • Bebe Moore Campbell: American author, journalist, mental health advocate • Otis Boykin: Innovator of the modern pacemaker • Inez Beverly Prosser: America’s first black female psychologist • Alexa Irene Canady, MD, neurosurgeon, inventor of a programmable antisiphon shunt to treat hydrocephalus.
Logging In and Scheduling Issues logging into MySHR: Please take a screenshot of the error message you are receiving and send that along with your… Read more »
When the USC Student Health contact tracing team member contacts you, they are only focused on one thing: keeping you healthy, and keeping your friends and co-workers safe from COVID-19. Team members who are health professionals will ask about your symptoms, and about others you may have had close contact with during the time you may have been infectious. Your patient privacy matters to USC Student Health. Your name will not be shared with those who are notified.
For students currently residing in California Telehealth medical and mental health, Covid-19 testing, and counseling outreach and prevention workshops and activities are available, in addition… Read more »
Please share your thoughts on current COVID-19 communication from the university. Help us improve ways to inform the USC community by taking this 3 minute… Read more »
Sending and receiving email with protected health information (PHI) I understand that there are risks associated with sending and receiving email with personal health information,… Read more »
Pop Testing 3.0, expanded in Spring 2021, is the COVID-19 testing program for USC faculty, staff, students and approved campus residents and contractors. Saliva collection will be used… Read more »