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University Sponsored Advertising and Sponsorships

To protect and present an appropriate and consistent image, the university restricts the advertising of, or sponsorship agreements involving, certain products and services. This policy also establishes a review process for schools and departments supporting or sponsoring third-party advertising and promotion.
The university does not participate in, sponsor, or accept advertising in its publications or university-owned or supported media for tobacco, hard alcohol and sex-related products, or any other companies, brands or products that may harm or bring disrepute to the

University Bylaws

University Bylaws

Employee Email

Employee Email

When using email to conduct official university business, employees must use USC email exclusively.
Email is defined as any electronic message residing in any of the default folders in any of the university’s email systems for employees, including those maintained by schools or units. Default folders refer to the following auto-generated email folders: Inbox, Drafts, Sent Items, Junk Email, Notes, Clutter, Deleted Items, etc. Email includes any subfolder located within a default folder. Electronic messages residing in top-level personal folders—i.e., folders

USC Drug-Free

Emergency Management

Emergency Management

Business Continuity and IT Disaster Recovery
The university recognizes the need to prepare for unexpected events such as natural or human-caused disasters, as well as the need to return the university as quickly as possible to its normal operations should such events occur. This policy delineates the responsibilities to respond to emergencies at USC to ensure that critical functions are maintained or restored in a timely manner. All university community members should familiarize themselves with their department or school business continuity

USC Drug-Free

Federal regulations require that, as a condition of receiving funds or any other form of financial assistance under any federal program, an institution of higher education must certify that it has adopted and implemented a program to prevent the unlawful possession, use, or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol by students and employees. This website lists university services, policies, and procedures for preserving a drug-free workplace and study environment.
A message from President C. L. Max Nikias
As members of the USC

SCampus Part H