On-campus overnight housing is not available during Winter Transfer Orientation. Students and guests should make arrangements to stay at a local hotel.

Meals, refreshments and snacks are provided to students and guests during Orientation at no additional charge.

Dietary needs or restrictions must be entered in the Meal Option section of the online reservation form. An Orientation Programs staff member will contact you to discuss your options. You may also contact the USC Dietitian to discuss options regarding your dietary needs and restrictions.

The Disability Services and Programs (DSP) office determines accommodations for all USC students. In order to receive accommodations at Orientation and for placement exams, students must register and request accommodations through DSP. This is also a great opportunity for students to set up their ongoing academic accommodations.

Register well in advance of Orientation to allow time for follow-up. The review process can take up to two weeks and will require documentation according to the University’s guidelines. For registration and more information, visit the Disability Services and Programs website.

Disability Services and Programs
University of Southern California
3601 Watt Way
Grace Ford Salvatori Hall, Room 120
Los Angeles, CA 90089-1692

(213) 740-0776
(213) 814-4618 (Video Phone)
(213) 740-8216 (FAX)
ability@usc.edu

Any other accommodations for students and guests should be entered in the Accommodations section when making your orientation reservation. An Orientation Programs staff member will contact you to discuss your needs and options.