Student Equity & Inclusions Programs (SEIP)
USC Student Equity and Inclusion Programs (SEIP) is a cluster of student development centers and initiatives within the Division of Student Affairs that offer student support services and programs that focus on intersectionality, sense of belonging, and well-being.
First Generation Plus Success Center
The First Generation Plus Success Center aims to create a culture of belonging and inclusion that will facilitate the transition of first-generation USC students into college life. It serves as a resource hub for current first-generation, undocumented, transfer, and former foster youth students as they navigate campus.
Student Basic Needs
The Student Basic Needs department fosters a culture of holistic well-being by helping to eliminate life barriers, such as food, housing and economic injustice, which may jeopardize student academic and personal success.
Asian Pacific American Students Services
Founded in 1982, APASS seeks to educate, engage, and empower the Asian Pacific American community and the USC Trojan Family through active participation, dialogue, and community-building. APASS advocates for all members of the Asian, Pacific Islander, and Desi American community.
Established in 1972, Latinx Chicanx Center for Advocacy and Student Affairs (La CASA) provides empowerment through cultural identity, leadership and social consciousness development, as well as community building for undergraduate and graduate students at USC.
LGBTQ+ Student Center
The LGBTQ+ Student Center (LGBTQ+SC; founded as the LGBT Resource Center in 2005) is a cultural center within Student Equity & Inclusion Programs (SEIP) that provides support, education, advocacy and connection to community for undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Southern California.
Veterans Resource Center
The Veterans Resource Center is committed to supporting the veteran community in the areas of higher education, GI Bill benefits, academic success, graduation, career development and well-being.