In a life-threatening emergency, call the Department of Public Safety (DPS)
- DPS at University Park Campus (UPC)
- DPS at Health Sciences Campus (HSC)
When you are on campus, call DPS for the fastest emergency vehicle response. When outside of the USC campus vicinities, call 9-1-1 for emergency assistance.
After-Hours Medical, Counseling or Sexual Assault Survivor Support Assistance
(213) 740-9355 (WELL)
Follow the recorded instructions. You will be connected to an on-call physician, nurse or crisis counselor.
An advocates program is available to arrange transportation and accompaniment to a SARC location (sexual assault response center) 24/7. Advocates can also help survivors navigate through follow up care, accommodations support, and reporting options.
For USC students in health profession degree programs who are exposed to potential bloodborne pathogens.
- During Business Hours
- After-Hours Needlestick Hotline
(323) 442-7900 (Leave a message and a provider will get back to you within 30 minutes)
- Follow these detailed instructions and protocol for bloodborne pathogen exposure.
Naloxone (commercially known as the nasal spray Narcan) can reverse the effects of an accidental overdose from opioids. Any physician in California can prescribe it to someone at risk of overdose. Naloxone is also available by pharmacist consultation and can be filled at USC Pharmacies on campus. Narcan is a covered benefit in the USC Student Health Insurance Plan administered through Aetna. Treatment is available and effective, talk to your medical or mental health provider at USC Student Health to discuss a treatment plan. Learn more at safety.usc.edu/drugs.
The most recent infomation regarding the university’s response to COVID-19 may be found at coronavirus.usc.edu. General questions may be directed to email@example.com. Students and on-campus faculty and staff seeking care and testing should call Student Health at 213-740-9355 for scheduling.