Congratulations on your admission to USC! We are thrilled to welcome you to the Trojan Family. Please use the checklist below to complete the steps necessary for you to enroll at the university.
Submit the Intent to Enroll Form
Please visit youSC to formally accept USC’s offer of admission. You will need to submit the Statement of Intent form online. This must be completed before you can enroll. Deadlines to certify your enrollment vary by program, so please check with your program for updates.
Pay the Commitment Deposit (if applicable)
Several graduate programs at USC require certified students to pay a non-refundable commitment deposit to reserve their spot in the incoming class. This deposit is applied to your first-semester tuition charges. Your program will notify you of any required program deposits and the deadline to submit them.
Register for Your USC NetID
Your USC NetID – your official USC username and password — is part of your university computing account and will allow you to log in to a variety of online tools and resources, including your university e-mail account, the wireless network, myUSC and Blackboard. You will be able to activate your NetID within one to two business days after you submit the Intent to Enroll form.
Make a Reservation for Orientation
Approximately five to seven days after the university receives your Intent to Enroll, you should receive a welcome email from the USC Office of Orientation Programs notifying you that you can now sign up for Orientation. Reservations typically open in June for the Fall term.
Complete Health Center Requirements
Make sure to complete all the health requirements and steps as mandated by the USC Engemann Student Health Center here.
Register for Classes
Designed for our students, staff and faculty, myUSC serves as the university portal to an array of campus resources, including Web Registration. Before you register for classes, you should review the USC Schedule of Classes and meet with your academic advisor to discuss your first semester of coursework.
Your USCard is your student ID card and provides access to a number of campus services. If you sign-up for a meal plan, you will use the USCard to pay for meals in the residential dining halls on campus. You can also load discretionary funds onto the card and use it to purchase food, books, tickets to various sporting and entertainment events, and many other items on campus. In addition, the card will grant you borrowing privileges in USC libraries.
A USC ID card should be carried at all times while on campus. Please visit the USCard Services Office to get your card.
Complete Degree Verification (if applicable)
Students who have a continuing registration requirement to complete pending degree verification must satisfy this requirement by the end of their first semester at USC. If you do not verify your previous degrees, you will not be able to register for your second semester of classes. Learn more about how to satisfy this continuing registration requirement at the Office of Degree Progress.
Pay Tuition and Fees
Once you register for classes, check your USC email for a notice from Student Financial Services that your first-semester tuition and fee bill is due. Your first-semester charges must be paid by 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time on the Friday before the start of classes. Charges can be paid online through our online billing system, USCe.pay.