Complete the Orientation evaluation.
You will receive an email after Orientation with a link to complete the evaluation, which will take about 10 minutes to complete. Your responses are important to us and help shape future orientations. Guests will also receive an email with a link to their evaluation.
Complete AlcoholEDU, Think About It and On the Safe Side.
All new undergraduates must complete three online learning modules: AlcoholEDU for College, Think About It, and On the Safe Side.

Links to these modules can be found on myUSC.

These mandatory modules must be completed by the stated deadlines. A registration hold will be placed on your fall registration if you do not complete the modules by the deadlines. More information about the modules can be found on the Student Affairs website.
Review SCampus and the USC Catalogue.
The University of Southern California is a community that supports the education, growth and well-being of all its students in their professional and personal development during their time at the university. All students are expected to become familiar with and adhere to the policies, rules, regulations and standards of conduct outlined in SCampus.

The USC Catalogue is the document of authority for all students. The program requirements listed in the USC Catalogue supersede any information that may be contained in any bulletin of any school or department. The university reserves the right to change its policies, rules, regulations, requirements for graduation, course offerings and any other contents of this catalogue at any time. You will find the current and previous catalogues at catalogue.usc.edu.
Download the USC Trojan Mobile Safety (LiveSafe) app.
USC Trojan Mobile Safety App, managed by the USC Department of Public Safety and the USC Department of Emergency Planning, is a free downloadable app that mobile users can use to initiate contact with emergency responders around the University Park and Health Science campuses. The app is powered by LiveSafe, Inc. and has versions for iPhone and Android devices.

Key features of the app include:
- Immediate "push button" calls to DPS or 911 for immediate response during an emergency.
- Anonymous messaging for reporting suspicious behavior, unsafe situations, and other safety concerns.
- "Safewalk" function that allows users to alert selected friends that they are on their way to a destination.

For more information, including links to both the Apple iTunes Store and the Google Play Store, visit usc.edu/mobilesafety.
Sign up for TrojansAlert.
When an emergency occurs, registered users will be promptly notified via TrojansAlert. TrojansAlert is your connection to real-time updates, instructions on where to go, what to do, or what not to do, who to contact and other important information. For more information and to sign up, visit https://trojansalert.usc.edu.
Ensure all final transcripts and exam scores are sent to USC.
Submit your final transcripts to the Office of Admission as soon as they become available. Transcripts must show your date of graduation.

Have your official AP, IB and A-Level exam scores submitted to Undergraduate Transfer Credit Services. Please visit the Transfer Credit office website for more information.
Follow up with your advisor if you need to make changes to your course registration.
You are able to make changes to your course registration after Orientation. The only time you cannot access Web Registration is during other Orientation events.
Create your Welcome Week schedule.
Visit the Welcome Week website to start building your schedule. Events are constantly being added, so keep checking to see what's new!
Complete the new student health requirements checklist.
New undergraduate students must complete the health requirements by January 26, 2018. Visit the Engemann Student Health Center website to view the complete checklist and directions for submitting documentation.