Ready to join the team? Apply starting August 1.
Welcome to the USC Admission Center.
The USC Admission Center is the guest relations branch of USC’s Office of Admission – and we’re hiring! Located in the Ronald Tutor Campus Center, we employ paid student staff and volunteers to serve as the face and voice of the University to thousands of guests each year.
Check out the links above for more information on the positions we have available, what we do, how we hire, and how to apply.
Samantha Sadoff, Class of 2020
“I wanted a job on campus where I could make a difference. Becoming a student staff member at the Admission Center meant getting the opportunity to meet with past, present, and future Trojans in an effort to grow and unify the university.”
Student Staff Members
U.S. States Represented
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meet us in person
Student Ambassadors from our office will be at several events throughout the summer and fall to speak to prospective applicants about what it’s like working at the Admission Center. These events include orientation sessions for newly admitted students and general USC events (work study fair, fall involvement fair, etc.). We encourage you to attend one of our information sessions below to learn more about joining our team!
- Thursday, August 29th, 2019 – 5pm – TCC202
- Tuesday, September 3rd, 2019 – 5pm – TCC 202
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