|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|University of Southern California Students||23%||18%||22%||42%||3%||2%||2%|
|All Bold.org College Students||12%||22%||36%||25%||2%||2%||1%|
These schools are similar to University of Southern California in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
100% of students
I like that it feels like its own little community.
I don’t like that it’s far away from the beach but it’s a great school.
I would say that USC is a great school overall. Definitely has a party atmosphere, but it really is what you make of it. The professors are really great, definitely better than a lot of schools I've heard of. The dorms are fantastic, but the food is not so great.
Get the lowest meal plan, no need for anything else.
USC's program will definitely put you ahead of other architecture firms in California. Big Alumni network.
It is expensive.
The University of Southern California is a great school that excels in nearly every field. The professors are passionate about what they do and are respectful of their students. Every type of person can be found among the students. The social life is great and there is something for everyone. While the cost of tuition is often not properly distributed, in most ways, you are getting what you are paying for when attending this university.
USC is not in a very safe or accessible area. Getting around to other parts of LA is difficult without a car. While there are always events happening on campus, getting off campus requires going about 20 minutes away from the area.
I love the people and the bonds of everyone
I think you need to be aware of the area and to be confident in yourself.
I feel as if there are so many resources available for me to use and contribute to. In terms of academics, the atmosphere is really encouraging. It's not competitive like other colleges, everyone just wants to help each other succeed and be their best. There are so many research labs and clubs available that I can easily explore my other interests without taking time away from my major. At USC. my other interests can actually become a part of my major.
Depending on what you want your social life to look like, choose housing carefully. If you're outgoing, New North is very social. If you're more reserved and want a quiet environment, Parkside is the go-to. It's important to consider reputation when picking housing.