GUEST WE BLOG: 5 Things All Spring Admits Should Be Aware Of

***My colleague and other USC Admission Counselor, Vivika Demel, is really a USC Alum. We just recently unearthed that she been admitted to the spring semester at USC. She was gracious sufficient to share her individual experience regarding the guest blog that is following. Continue reading for an inside look into what it is like being a springtime admitted student.***

as being a spring that is former, I understand the confusion a lot of you might be experiencing now. I remember getting my envelope that is big my acceptance page from USC, after which realizing We had been admitted for the spring.

‘ What does spring admission even suggest?,’

I thought, ‘Why me? Does it mean we was not good enough for fall?’ I place in a few phone phone calls to the Admission workplace and thanks to some helpful admission counselors and students, I quickly had my concerns answered. We made the decision to accept USC’s spring offer. In retrospect, there were benefits to signing up for the springtime, and We loved my Trojan experience.

Right Here are 5 things that assisted me understand my offer of admission to spring semester:

  1. Being admitted for spring does NOT signify USC will not desire you! Pay attention to the acknowledge part of Spring Admit. We would like you! we are simply unable to accommodate most of the learning pupils we wish for the fall semester, but we still want you being a person in the Trojan Family.
  2. You may be involved at USC in the fall. Springtime admits can purchase tickets for house football games and sit in the learning student section. Planning to games permitted me personally to fulfill other pupils and experience the Spirit of Troy. In addition, pupils can live near campus and simply take classes at district universities, enabling you to interact with other Trojans in the autumn.
  3. You have many different choices for your autumn semester. Pupils can enlist at community university, research at the United states University of Paris (we desire that this option ended up being available whenever we ended up being a spring acknowledge), travel or work, or do so more. The opportunities are endless, and the luxury is had by you to select whatever is better for you.
  4. It is possible to nevertheless graduate on time. Students who just simply take classes at a grouped community university are often able to graduate along with their fellow Trojans whom began within the fall. We actually took five General Education courses within the fall, and had been able to double major and minor at USC and graduate on time still.
  5. You will nevertheless have A usc that is authentic experience. No matter once they begin, our students have to have USC life to its fullest. You can nevertheless be associated with our activities, occasions, classes, and businesses. Furthermore, we guarantee housing for our spring admits and try to pair spring admits together to make sure a shared transition that is smooth.

To conclude, you shouldn’t be stressed or scared about your springtime admission. You’re a member of the Trojan Family with endless options and opportunities available.
when you yourself have every other questions, please feel liberated to make contact with the Office of Admission or your admission therapist.

Get Oriented With USC

May first is here now. You’re committed. We’re therefore excited. You are relieved. HOORAY! Time for the next step.

Sign up for USC Orientation!

USC Orientation Programs helps re-confirm the dedication you might are making by the May 1st Commitment Deadline today. On the side that is practical’s important since you’ll find a way to register for your classes, discover where things take campus, and get situated. However, you will even arrive at the campus and make new friends, also future BFF’s. You will learn the fight song. You will finally obtain the hang of sickness the ‘V for Victory’ sign. (if you do not was raised in one of those families who knew how to do this before learning how to hold a bottle, as a baby) All things that are exciting!

numerous of our staff are Trojan alums and went through Orientation fairly current sufficient to keep in mind their experiences. Read their quotes below as they reminisce about their very memories that are first a Trojan in their orientation.

‘USC Orientation was pretty awesome. My OA was an amazing resource and gave a lot of great advice about life as being a USC pupil. Also, I met a number of my future sorority sisters at Orientation. Surely memories that we will constantly cherish.’
-Jessica Frey, Class of 2013

‘ The best benefit of Orientation was the Spirit Rally! Hearing the musical organization play, learning all of the traditions, and being surrounded by my fellow Trojans was a memory I won’t forget for quite some time.’

-Neelam Savla, Class of 2012

‘To be honest, it is hard for me personally to keep in mind my orientation. Partially I need to start some memory exercises) because I graduated from USC in 2011 and my orientation was in 2007(. What I really do remember was during Welcome Week as well as the beginning of USC, I did not feel lost or like i did not understand where I belonged. I do believe that is a representation of my Orientation experience and exactly how it prepared me to step on campus into the fall and feel at ease. One memory that stands away and it is clear from my orientation had been registering for classes. My educational advisor during the time, who finished up being one of my bosses through it all to make certain that whenever we wandered out of the office, I felt absolutely nothing but worked up about starting college, the classes I happened to be taking and being fully a Trojan.’
-Kendall Williams, Class of 2011

‘ My fondest memory of USC Orientation was heading later on with a few of the latest acquaintances and gonna Del Taco for the midday snack. I came across some students that became some of my friends that are first USC. It was additionally my first—and last—trip to Del Taco. (Go eat some Chano’s alternatively).’
-Eric Gebert, course of 2010

‘ Through the band towards the battle song to the therefore Cal Spell Out, I enjoyed learning about Trojan Traditions.’
-Bryan Hudson, course of 2013

‘i remember eating in the dining halls for the first time with my friend that is best and realizing, after 3 delicious slices of pie, that the freshman 15 could be very, very real.’
-Tyler-Rose Veguez, Class of 2012

‘I went to Orientation 4 times (well, 4 summers) once as an incoming freshman and 3 times as being a student staff member. It was constantly great to see individuals get from knowing no one to locating best friends in that brief two-day timespan. They may be buddies you keep forever or friends simply for the few times you’re on campus, but either way, they help you understand that you’ll find great individuals at USC and also you can find your niche when you move in.’
-Noel Viramontes, Class of 2009

‘Orientation was the brief moment every thing really clicked. I finally had the opportunity to stay back and talk to maybe not only current USC students, but personal freshman classmates in depth. We still had much in common though we might have come from different parts of the world and had different majors These unique and fascinating people made me excited to call home, learn, and develop at USC the next four years.’
-Clay Busia, Class of 2013

IMPORTANT NOTE: no matter what orientation session you sign up for. You should have the same usage of the classes you need if you attend the previous or later sessions.

Many of you have actually already signed up and reserved a spot for orientation. Superb! Until your session, feel free to explore the USC Orientation Programs website. If you are eager to find extra information about pupil groups and companies on campus, get directly to the USC Student Affairs site. Your time as a Trojan will be right here before you know it!

Hey current Trojans and alums, do you remember any enjoyable memories you had at Orientation?