GUEST WE WE BLOG: 5 Things All Spring Admits Should Know

GUEST WE WE BLOG: 5 Things All Spring Admits Should Know

***My colleague and other USC Admission Counselor, Vivika Demel, is really a USC Alum. We just recently found that she were admitted in to the spring semester at USC. She was gracious enough to fairly share her individual experience regarding the guest blog that is following. Keep reading for an inside appearance into what it’s like as a springtime admitted student.***

As a previous springtime acknowledge, we realize the confusion many of you might be experiencing at this time. I remember receiving my envelope that is big my acceptance page from USC, then realizing I ended up being admitted for the spring.

‘ What does spring admission even mean?,’

We thought, ‘Why me? Does it suggest I had not been sufficient for autumn?’ I place in a few telephone calls to the Admission Office and thanks to a couple admission that is helpful and students, I soon had my questions answered. We decided to accept USC’s springtime offer. In retrospect, there were advantages to enrolling in the spring, and We adored my Trojan experience.

Here are 5 items that assisted me comprehend my offer of admission to spring semester:

  1. Being admitted for spring does never imply that USC does not want you! Focus on the acknowledge part of Spring Admit. We wish you! we are just unable to accommodate all of the learning students we want for the autumn semester, but we still want you as a member of the Trojan Family.
  2. You can be involved at USC within the fall. Spring admits can buy tickets for house soccer games and sit in the learning pupil part. Going to games permitted me to fulfill other students and experience the Spirit of Troy. In addition, pupils can live near campus and simply take classes at district colleges, letting you relate genuinely to other Trojans in the autumn.
  3. You have got numerous different alternatives for your autumn semester. Pupils can register at community college, research at the United states University of Paris (we desire that this choice had been available once I was a springtime admit), travel or work, or do so much more. The opportunities are endless, and the luxury is had by you to decide on whatever is better for you personally.
  4. You are able to nevertheless graduate on time. Students whom simply simply take classes at community college in many cases are able to graduate making use of their fellow Trojans whom began within the fall. We actually took five General Education courses within the fall, and managed to increase major and small at USC and graduate on time still.
  5. You will still have A usc that is authentic experience. Aside from once they start, our students have to experience USC life to its fullest. You are able to nevertheless be involved in our activities, occasions, classes, and businesses. Additionally, we guarantee housing for our spring admits and try to pair spring admits together to make sure a shared smooth transition.

To sum it up, don’t be stressed or scared about your springtime admission. You might be a part of the Trojan Family with endless options and opportunities
when you yourself have virtually any questions, please feel absolve to contact the Office of Admission or your admission therapist.

Get Oriented With USC

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

Sign up for USC Orientation!

USC Orientation Programs helps re-confirm the dedication you may have made by today; the May 1st Commitment Deadline. Regarding the practical side it’s important because you’ll have the ability to sign up for your classes, discover where things take campus, and get situated. However, you will also arrive at your campus while making new friends, also future BFF’s. You will learn the fight track. You will finally have the hang of sickness the ‘V for Victory’ sign. (if you do not spent my youth in a single of those families who knew exactly how to accomplish this before learning how exactly to hold a bottle, being a baby) All exciting things!

Lots of our staff are Trojan alums and went through Orientation fairly recent enough to keep in mind their experiences. Read their quotes below because they reminisce about their very memories that are first a Trojan throughout their orientation.

‘USC Orientation was pretty awesome. My OA was a resource that is incredible 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. Absolutely memories that we shall constantly cherish.’
-Jessica Frey, Class of 2013

‘ The part that is best of Orientation was the Spirit Rally! Hearing the musical organization play, learning most 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 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(. The things I do remember was during Welcome Week and the beginning of USC, we didn’t feel lost or I belonged like I didn’t know where. I think that is a reflection of my Orientation experience and exactly how it prepared me to step on campus within the feel and fall at ease. One memory that stands out and it is clear from my orientation had been registering for classes. My educational consultant during the time, who finished up being one of my bosses through it all making sure that when I walked out of the office, I felt absolutely nothing but worked up about starting college, the classes I was taking and being truly a Trojan.’
-Kendall Williams, Class of 2011

‘ My fondest memory of USC Orientation was heading later on with a few of brand new acquaintances and going to Del Taco for a midday snack. We came across some pupils that became a few of my first friends at USC. It was additionally my first—and last—trip to Del Taco. (Go eat some Chano’s alternatively).’
-Eric Gebert, Class of 2010

‘ From the band to your battle song towards the So 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 would be very, very real.’
-Tyler-Rose Veguez, Class of 2012

‘we went to Orientation 4 times (well, 4 summers) once as an incoming freshman and three times as a pupil staff user. It was constantly great to see people get from knowing no someone to locating best buddies in that quick timespan that is two-day. They might be buddies you keep forever or friends only for the couple times you’re on campus, but in any event, they help you know that you’ll find people that are great USC and you can find your niche as soon as you move in.’
-Noel Viramontes, course of 2009

‘Orientation was the moment every thing really clicked. I finally had the opportunity to stay back and talk to maybe not only current USC pupils, but my own freshman classmates in depth. Though we may came from various areas of the world and had different majors, we still had much in typical. These unique and fascinating people made me excited to call home, learn, and develop at USC the following four years.’
-Clay Busia, Class of 2013

IMPORTANT NOTE: it doesn’t matter just what orientation session you join for. You’ll have the access that is same the classes you’ll need in the event that you attend the previous or later sessions.

Many of you have actually currently signed up and reserved a spot for orientation. Amazing! Until your session, feel free to explore the USC Orientation Programs website. If you are desperate to find additional information about pupil groups and businesses on campus, get directly to the USC scholar Affairs website. Your time as a Trojan will be right here before it is known by you!

Hey Trojans that is current and, would you keep in mind any fun memories you had at Orientation?

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