University of Southern California

Alumni Online

Expert Users: Jump to the MyMarshall login screen.

MyMarshall offers a suite of online tools, including the USC Marshall Alumni Community/System and alumni-member only features:

  • Update Your Information and stay informed of events in your area
  • Search the Alumni Directory by name, work information, degree or graduation year to connect with fellow alumni
  • Update your free Marshall email-forwarding address ("…@marshall.usc.edu")
  • Post to or Search the Alumni Job Board
  • Participate in a Discussion Forum
  • Receive e-newsletters from the school and event invitations based on your home/work address

To access the Alumni Community/System:
1. Login to the MyMarshall Dashboard**
2. In the “Community” section, click on “Marshall Alumni – Directory” or any feature of interest (e.g., Marshall Alumni – My Information)

**For assistance with your login, please use the help links on the login screen, call the USC Marshall Help Desk at (213) 740-3000 or submit an online help request form here.


Terms and Policies:
This online alumni database is provided solely for use by alumni of the Marshall School of Business at USC and is intended for individual communication of a personal nature between Marshall alumni, staff, faculty, and graduate students. Use of this information for any private business, commercial, political or solicitation purpose is expressly prohibited. Failure to adhere to the stated terms of use will result in revocation of online directory privileges. The Marshall School of Business External Relations Office has full authorization to monitor and enforce this directory usage policy.

Neither Marshall, the University, nor the External Relations staff shall be liable for any direct or indirect, special, incidental, or consequential losses or damages arising out of the use or misuse of the Online Marshall Alumni Directory or the content of any messages sent by or to Online Alumni Directory users.

Marshall Spotlight

St. Louis, MO
Coming from a position in IBM's supply-chain consulting group, Amar wanted to expand his career horizons. Through Marshall's MBA program, he succeeded. He gained leadership skills in student government and hands-on marketing skills with an internship from Taco Bell and now seeks to continue his education in a position in General Electric's leadership training program.