Marshall wants to ensure that all of our students succeed academically. Students seeking to improve their mastery of the content of a course are encouraged to form study groups, meet with professors in office hours, and attend core review sessions. There are additional campus resources available:
MATH CENTER: Get together with friends to study and to get help from Math graduate students, faculty, and assistants.
WRITING CENTER: Provides one-on-one consultations and small-group workshops to help students of all abilities to improve their writing and critical thinking skills.
KORTSCHAK CENTER FOR LEARNING AND CREATIVITY: Offers enhanced services such as individual learning strategy sessions, tutoring in academic disciplines and state-of-the-art assistive technologies.
DISABILITY SERVICES AND PROGRAMS: Have a documented visible or invisible disability? Visit this website and center for how to register your disability and receive the support you need while you are at USC.
ACADEMIC COUNSELING SERVICES: Provides additional learning support to all USC undergraduate students.
SUPPLEMENTAL INSTRUCTION: Targets traditionally difficult courses in the Dornsife College and provides regularly scheduled, peer-led study sessions to all students enrolled in the class.
MINDFUL USC: A service to empower positive change through classes and practice groups. Download the free app.
COUNSELING SERVICES: Offers many resources for individualized or group support.