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 is the COVID-19 testing program for USC faculty, staff, students and approved campus residents and contractors. Log in using your USC NetID and password to make… Read more »
Can anyone sign up for Pop Testing? At launch, specific populations with higher likelihood of contact with others on campus will be invited for Covid-19… Read more »
19-20 Student Health Insurance Plan (Aetna): Coverage and Costs Fall 2019: August 19, 2019 – January 12, 2020 Health Insurance premium for “on campus” students… Read more »
1/28—During times like this, inaccurate information – even when well-intended – can spread widely. Please take the time to read the information provided here about the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Nothing is as important as your safety. No cases have affected the USC community. All classes and university businesses are continuing as normally scheduled. If anything changes, the campus community would be notified immediately. We also want everyone to understand that the L.A. County Department of Public Health reported there is no immediate threat to the general public. No special precautions are required, and people should not be excluded from activities based on their race, country of origin or recent travel history. Read the FAQ for additional information.
Counseling and Mental Health Services has expanded availability for international students to talk to a counselor, through the “Let’s Talk” series. Hosted in the Office… Read more »
USC has received reports that there is incorrect information regarding a student at the Lorenzo Apartment and the 2019 Novel Coronavirus. We can confirm that… Read more »