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The USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology is full of people who share your dream of improving the quality of life for older adults and are here to ensure  you achieve it. We are committed to providing resources to help students build a vibrant, supportive academic, personal and professional network.

Academic Resources

USC Course Catalogue

The USC Course Catalogue is the document of authority for all students, and contains requirements for all programs available at the university and the rules governing them. The program requirements listed in the USC Catalogue supersede any information which may be contained in any bulletin or viewbook of any school or department.

Student Community Service

Our students share curiosity, enthusiasm and a vision of improving aging across the lifespan. They also share a desire to make an impact through community service and volunteer opportunities. Here are some ways to get involved:

USC Glamour Gals

Youth Movement Against Alzheimer’s

Project Angel Food

Fall Prevention Center of Excellence (FPCE)

Healthy Minds Volunteers

The Andrus Volunteers

Advocates for Healthy Aging

The USC Family Caregiver Support Center (FCSC)

Community Engagement at USC

See what USC, and USC students, do in the local community.

Undergraduate Students Graduate Students

Student Government

Help define the common good and represent your classmates through elective office.

Resources for Finding Support

College can be a stressful time, and challenges to one’s mental health can interfere with optimal academic performance. These resources can help students manage personal concerns that threaten their emotional or academic well-being.

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