Resources for Veterans. USC currently has about 900 veterans at both the undergraduate and graduate degree

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 and is deeply committed to providing veterans with various support services. There are many resources that will help both initiate your education benefits as well as assist you with the transition to campus life.

The 2 main offices at USC that support veterans would be the Veterans Certification Office and the Transfer Success & Veteran Student Program.

Veterans Certification workplace: The goal of the working office would be to help initiate and process your education advantages, namely the GI Bill and Yellow Ribbon Program. Within the GI Bill programs is the Post-9/11 GI Bill, which gives a maximum of $19,198.31 toward tuition and mandatory charges. This might be where in fact the Yellow Ribbon (YR) Program will come in. YR provides funding that is additional veterans who would like to attend private organizations. Currently, USC sponsors 20 undergraduate veterans through YR, and lots of graduate programs participate in the program as well, offering 83 YR spots to students that are graduate. But, according to Robert Morley, Associate Registrar in the Veterans Certification Office, most undergraduate veterans will get comprehensive need-based aid that is financial, including need-based funds, which helps offset exactly what is not included in the GI Bill.

Transfer Success & Veteran Student Program: The veteran program, run by Assistant Director Syreeta Greene, is your ‘one-stop shop for information and resources’ excluding the certification process. This system puts on many events throughout the for veteran students, including a Fall luau, friends and family tailgate, and a Veteran’s Day celebration year. Also, the USC Veterans Association is an active student company on campus, which in accordance with Ms. Greene, ‘acts as being a help network in addition to a social and expert system for our veteran pupils.’

For our complete list of Veteran Services at USC, just click here.

We thank you for serving our nation, and invite all veterans to apply to become an element of the Trojan Family.

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Every year about 60% of our applicants that are first-year for the December 1st merit-based scholarship deadline. We get over 47,000 applications so it is an extremely competitive process. These students are attaining at the highest level across the board. We award the Trustee full-tuition scholarship, Presidential half-tuition scholarship, and the one-quarter tuition Deans scholarship. Most particularly, the Stamps and Mork Scholarships are awarded to our most students that are decorated. Both include full-tuition awards (approx. $46,000) plus a $5,000 stipend or enrichment fund. You should know they are only open to first-year applicants. For more information, please visit

‘Wait. So all I want to do is submit my application by December 1st?’

By and large, yes! (There are exceptions for this; begin to see the a reaction to the following question). To be considered, first-year students only require to submit the most popular Application and USC Writing Supplement, on or before December 1st (for transfer pupils to be considered for transfer merit scholarships the deadline is February first). Students applying to talent majors might need to submit materials that are additional. Please relate to a previous blog here to learn more about department supplements. Please make reference to our scholarship grid for a list that is full of.

‘Are you certain I don’t need certainly to submit anything else to be considered for a scholarship?’

The merit-based scholarships administered by work of Admission just need submission regarding the Application that is common and Writing Supplement for consideration. Nevertheless, there are some other scholarships distributed by USC being administered by organizations outside the working office of Admission. These scholarships have varying due dates, more specific eligibility needs, and require extra applications. Please make reference to the scholarship grid for more information.

‘What kinds of students receive scholarships?’

We are searching for all types of pupils. There clearly was not really a key algorithm that determines whether a student is worth a scholarship. We evaluate every thing in the application, taking into consideration both qualitative and quantitative factors. We also weigh in fields of interests, unique circumstances and unique backgrounds.

‘When do we find away if I am being awarded a scholarship?’

For those applicants that are first-year used by December 1st, notifications is going to be released by the start of February 2014. Consideration for many scholarships requires a visit to campus for an in-person interview. Pupils that do perhaps not receive a scholarship will be considered for still regular admission. All decisions will likely be mailed by 1, 2014 april.

‘What about educational funding? Is the same as scholarships?’

No. A scholarship is based on a student’s merit while educational funding is predicated on students’s need. Financial help will consist of college and grants that are federal work study and loans. USC meets 100% of demonstrated need as established by our financial aid office. The amount of your aid that is financial will centered on the information in your FAFSA and CSS Profile. Both are accessible online and must certanly be submitted by February 10th (first-year students) or March 3rd (transfer students).