Every year since 1932, the USC Alumni Association honors a group of distinguished alumni for their professional achievements and outstanding service to the university and community at the annual Alumni Awards gala.
On the annual USC Day of SCupport—a 24-hour digital crowdfunding initiative—USC alumni and friends come together to demonstrate the power and generosity of the Trojan Family by making a gift of any size to any USC school, program or initiative. For more information, follow #dayofscupport on social media.
Held in conjunction with Reunion Weekend, Homecoming brings thousands of USC alumni, parents, friends, and supporters to campus for the ultimate Trojan Family get-together and to cheer on the Men of Troy at the Coliseum.
Every summer, USC alumni around the world host SCend Off receptions to welcome incoming USC students to the Trojan Family. SCend Offs help connect new students, their families, and friends to local alumni.
In partnership with the USC Alumni Association, local alumni plan events and activities, such as pep rallies and tailgates, at each away football game.
Each year, thousands of Trojans gather across the globe to make a difference in their communities—by participating in local service volunteer projects, organized by our USC alumni clubs, chapters and other affiliated groups worldwide.
Each football season, Trojans around the world gather to cheer the Men of Troy to victory during game-watch parties.
Reunion Weekend is a a two-day Trojan Family celebration that is the ideal opportunity to reconnect with your classmates and fellow Trojans.
Each fall, the USC Alumni Association recognizes the outstanding contributions of volunteers who have devoted their time and energy in service to the university.
The Women’s Conference is held in March during International Women’s Month and brings together women of all ages and backgrounds—alumnae, parents, students and friends—for a day of programs and activities designed to inspire and empower them to create positive change in their personal lives, their communities and the world.