The University Park Campus spans 226 acres just three miles south of Downtown Los Angeles, adjacent to the museums and recreational facilities of historic Exposition Park. Rich with architectural history, USC’s main campus fosters a vibrant cultural community as well as a stimulating academic environment.
As a USC International Academy student, you will take classes in university classrooms throughout campus and have full access to USC’s facilities, services, and events.
Located just three miles from downtown Los Angeles, USC’s Health Sciences campus is a focal point for students, patients and scientists from around the world. The campus’ many clinical, classroom and laboratory resources combine to form a dynamic environment for collaboration and scientific discovery.
The Health Sciences Campus is home to the Keck School of Medicine and the School of Pharmacy programs as well as the world-class Keck Medical Center of USC.
USC’s 22+ campus libraries are designed to facilitate coursework, studying, and research. Their technology- enhanced spaces will support individual or group study as well as multimedia production and viewing.
Campus computing labs also provide access to nearly 1,000 high-power personal computers and workstations in public computing centers throughout campus. Any person presenting a valid USCard can use the technology in the computing centers, generally open 24 hours a day.
The USC Engemann Student Health Center has all of your health concerns covered. The following services and facilities will help keep you healthy and assist you when you are sick or injured:
The Academy provides medical insurance coverage for all full-time Academy students. This insurance will help to cover the cost of health care that cannot be obtained at the Health Center, especially in emergency situations where hospitalization may be required.
The Lyon Center offers opportunities to participate in sports, group exercise, and other recreational activities. Membership fees are included in the Academy’s student service fee.
The Dalands Swim Stadium, home of the 1984 Olympics, features a 25 yard by 25 yard diving pool and a 50 meter by 25 yard competition pool. There are also multiple fields across campus for soccer, tennis, basketball, baseball, and track.