A-Level Exam Credit at USC

Credit Summary USC awards 8 semester units of elective credit for A-level exams, along with H2 exams in Singapore, with a score of B or better. (Exams taken before spring […]

Schedule an Appointment

Schedule appointments with an Academic Review Counselor online via your myUSC homepage by following the steps below: Log in to myUSC. On the landing page, click the Undergraduate Advisement tab. Select […]

IB Exam Credit at USC

Credit Summary Effective May 2011, USC awards either: Six (6) semester units of elective credit for each score of 5, 6, or 7 on the IB Higher Level exams, up […]

Pre-Approval FAQ

Where can I find the online pre-approval? The “Request for Pre-approval to transfer course work to USC” can be found in the “Course Transfer” section on the main services page […]

Who Should File an Articulation Petition?

USC undergraduates who: Would like to request a change in the evaluation of a transfer course as it appears on the Transfer Credit Report. Are appealing the decision of a […]

Disqualification and Readmission

Academic Disqualification Students who have not achieved the GPA standard (either 2.0 overall or 2.3 semester) at the end of their second consecutive term on probation will be academically disqualified […]

Probation System and Mandatory Advisement

Probation Undergraduate students and students who register under limited status are placed on academic probation when their cumulative USC GPA falls below 2.0. Students who do not raise their cumulative […]

Student Success Program (2.0 – 2.3 GPA)

General Information Undergraduate students who have a cumulative USC GPA of 2.0-2.3 are placed within the Student Success Program (SSP) to assist them in achieving their academic, personal, and career […]

Our Philosophy

Our Philosophy Appreciative Advising helps students capitalize and make meaningful their collegiate, academic, and extra-curricular opportunities and experiences. Appreciative Advising is a reciprocal approach to advising where both the student […]

Academic Review and Retention Office

General Information The Office of Academic Review and Retention (ARR) advises students on academic probation, supports students who are at-risk of academic probation (2.0-2.3 GPA), and helps students navigate the […]