Now You Know: How to Approach Faculty

Anxious or nervous about approaching professors? Not sure how to ask for help? Want some tips on developing strong faculty relationships? Get advice and tips from faculty and senior students as they discuss the benefits of faculty relationships as well as the best ways to achieve them. Join the CET Undergraduate Fellows for an informative discussion on Monday, March 2nd at 5pm at GFS 222. Pizza and beverages will be provided.

March Pre-Law Events

USC Prospective Student Reception with Arizona State University School of Law
Date: Tuesday, March 3, 2015
Time: 4:30 to 5:45 PM
Location: Social Sciences Building Room B40
Arizona State University’s Sandra Day O’Connor School of Law’s Dean Sylvester and Executive Associate Dean Soto will be in Southern California visiting friends and alumni of the law school on March 3rd and cordially invite all interested prospective students to a local reception. Come meet Deans Sylvester and Soto, and learn more about what makes ASU Law a great choice for your legal education.
RSVP for ASU Law Prospective Student Reception at:

Law School Admission Panel
Date: Thursday, March 5, 2015
Time: 5:00 PM
Location: THH 102
Ever wondered what happens behind closed doors after you send in your law school application? Want to hear what the admissions staffs actually discuss with regard to your applications?
Please join us for a mock admissions panel conducted by representatives from Chapman, Southwestern, Loyola, University of San Diego and University of San Francisco Law Schools.This is a once-a-year chance to gain an insight into some of the best law schools in California!
RSVP for Law School Admission Panel at:

Life as an Attorney Panel
Date: Wednesday, March 11, 2015
Time: 6:00 PM
Location: THH 108
Are you interested in the legal profession but have never met an attorney before? Do you wonder what an attorney does on a day-to-day basis? If so, then come to the “Life as an Attorney” panel to hear attorneys from various legal fields speak about their career!
RSVP for Life as an Attorney Panel at:

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Thu. Feb. 26, Decide it: Career Decision Panel

Decide it Panel 2015It is not enough to know about yourself.  You must also know and learn about a prospective employer or industry.  Learn how to use powerful  research tools.  Target Audience: All class levels.

Career Center, STU B3

HBS 2+2 Info Session

2+2 =

The Harvard Business School 2+2 application process is a special opportunity for students in their final year of study in all disciplines to set their business career path in motion before graduation. It combines two years of work experience followed by two years in the HBS MBA program. Not a business major? Not a problem. We are looking for innovative thinkers with demonstrated leadership skills and analytical aptitude who are committed to making a real difference in the world. To learn more visit:

We educate leaders who make a difference in the world
HBS Admissions will be at USC
Thursday, Feb 26th 2015
3:30 PM – 4:30PM

Registration is appreciated (but not required):
Harvard Business School

Information Session: USC Rossier School of Education

Are you interested in going to Grad School for fields in Education? Want to know the key areas that you need to know to apply? Would you like to have the opportunity to speak to USC Rossier Program Representatives?

WHEN: Wednesday, February 25th, 2015 @ 12:00 PM

Lunch will be provided!

Information Session: USC Marshall’s M.S. in Social Enterprise

Are you thinking of going to graduate school? Have you decided on that graduate program? Have you considered getting a Master’s degree from one of USC Marshall’s graduate program?

The Dornsife Pre-Graduate School Advising Team will be hosting an information session so you can learn more about USC Marshall’s new Master’s program in Social Entrepreneurship. With a Master of Science in Social Entrepreneurship from the Marshall School of Business, you will experience a business education geared to the unique aspects of social impact. You will be prepared uniquely to become a leader in the field. You will balance your head and heart as you embark on a career with meaning and attack the most pressing global challenges.

WHEN: Wednesday, February 18th, 2015 @ 2:00 p.m.—3:00 p.m.

WHERE: KAP 319 (Kaprelian Hall)

Refreshments will be served!

RSVP at 

Please see attached flyer for more information.

This is the first of many events that the Pre-Graduate School Advising Team will host for the Spring 2015 semester. Please visit our website at to view upcoming events. More events will be posted as they get finalized, such as a GRE and GMAT practice exam sessions, as well as “Test Taking Strategies” for these two exams. More to come so keep checking our website!

Pre-Graduate School Advising Team

Briana Weiland: (A – F)

Karina Chicas: (G – M)

Irene Shvarts: (N – T)

Josephine Le: (U – Z)

* Students are alphabetically assigned by last name to the individual Pre-Grad advisor. 

USC Paris Program Info Session

Want to learn more about studying abroad in Paris?  Join us for this session on Wednesday.  USC Paris Alumni will be available to answer any questions you might have about the program location, academics, housing, cultural adjustment, travel, finances and more!

USC Paris Program Info Session
Wednesday, February 11th 
4:00-5:00, VKC 111


With both intermediate and advanced French options, our signature USC Paris Program is an amazing way to spend the fall semester. For four months you will focus on improving your French and enjoy fascinating classes, exciting excursions and daily life in the unforgettable City of Lights.

In addition to offering USC catalogue French, International Relations and Art History courses, advanced students can also find additional course offerings at our local university partners that can work well towards a number of majors.

We have multiple travel grants available for USC Paris.  Each semester the majority of students receive anywhere from $400 to $900 to support their study abroad, thus making Paris an accessible option for a wide range of students.

For more information on the program see our website.