USC. USC truly is the University of the 21st Century. USC offers more academic opportunities than any university in the United States with 150 majors and 130 minors. USC undergraduate students learn from world-class faculty in the classroom, in the laboratory, in the field and in the community.
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USC • USC truly is the University of the 21st Century. USC offers more academic opportunities than any university in the United States with 150 majors and 130 minors. USC undergraduate students learn from world-class faculty in the classroom, in the laboratory, in the field and in the community.
Admission Requirements • Oct 15-Part One Application(optional) • Dec 1- Freshman App for Scholarship Consideration • Jan 11-Freshaman Application • Feb 1 –Transfer App, Scholarship, and Regular Consideration. • Average GPA- 3.71(un-weighted) 4.06 (weighted) • SAT=1960-2230 • Reading=640-730 • Math=607-760 • Writing=650-740 • ACT=29-33 *Interviews *Portfolio *Resume
One of the most international universities in the United States, we are located in one of the most diverse dynamic cities in the world. USC undergraduates enjoy a vibrant campus life, interacting with classmates from across the country and around the world, with more than 600 student organizations, exciting Division I and intramural sports, as well as plays, concerts and speaker series throughout the academic year. • Student to Teacher Ratio 10:1 • Class Room Size 26 • Applicants-35,900 • Admits-7,875 • Matriculates-2,766 • 1st Generation College Students-11%
Degrees • School of Cinematic Arts • Animation and Digital Arts (B.A.)Cinematic Arts, Critical Studies (B.A.)Cinematic Arts, Film and Television Production (B.A.)Interactive Entertainment (B.A.)Writing for Screen and Television (B.F.A.) • Annenberg School for Communication • Broadcast Journalism (B.A.)Communication (B.A.)Print Journalism (B.A.)Public Relations (B.A.) • School of Theatre • Theatre (B.A.)Theatre (Acting) (B.F.A.)Theatre (Design) (B.F.A.)Theatre (Stage Management) (B.F.A.)Theatre (Technical Direction) (B.F.A.) • Linguistics(For Gabe)Linguistics (B.A.) • Linguistics/East Asian Languages and Cultures (B.A.) • Linguistics/Philosophy (B.A.) • Linguistics/Psychology (B.A.)
Environment Laemmle Music HallThe place to find the latest foreign and American independent films. (Say “Lem-lee.”) ArcLightState-of-the-art technology in the 1963 Cinerama Dome. Café bar. Plush seats. Dramatically curved screen. Norris Cinema Theatre, USCRegularly hosts film screenings sponsored by the USC School of Cinematic Arts. NuartDocs, revivals, new foreign films, plus Rocky Horror every Saturday. L.A.’s hippest audience. Silent Movie TheatreKeaton, Chaplin, Pickford, and Valentino live again. Live musical accompaniment. USC has the perfect mix of local and global, with vibrant ethnic neighborhoods to explore and a constant influx of top performing groups from around the world. University Park CampusUniversity of Southern California Los Angeles , CA 90089 (213) 740-2311
Tuitions and Fees-$37,664 (whoa buddy) • Mandatory Fees-$598 • Room and Board-$11,298 • Books and Supplies-$796 • Personal and Miscellaneous- $1,600 • Transportation-$580 • First Semester Orientation Fee-$150 • GRAND TOTAL-$52,968
Financial Aid • Deadline Feb 2, 2009 • Scholarship Deadlines Feb 1, 2009 • 258 Students Received National Merit and Achievement Scholarships. • Trustee-$38,570 • 100 awards • Presidential-$19,285 • 200 awards • International Freshman Academic-$19,285 • numbers varies