Get campus access resources, along with emergency information for when you’re at the university.
University Park Campus (UPC) map
Health Sciences Campus (HSC) map
Accessibility maps, construction maps – provided by Facilities Management Services.
Entrance hours for UPC and HSC – which campus gates are open and when.
Campus after-hours access – from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m., the number of entrances to campus is limited; security personnel are stationed at each entrance, and anyone coming to campus is required to show identification. Faculty and staff must register any guests arriving after 9 p.m. – you can do so on the USC Invited Guest Registration site.
USC emergency information page – official home of any emergency announcements and updated 24/7.
Employee emergency information – specific contact information for urgent situations involving students, faculty or staff. You can also refer to USC’s Cardinal Folder – which contains information on various emergency situations, and USC’s Gold Folder, which includes information supporting student well-being.
Health and safety
USC Safety – comprehensive safety and security information.
TrojansAlert – sign up for your USC TrojansAlert account to receive alerts and emergency notifications.
Trojan Mobile Safety App – powered by LiveSafe, a free mobile app that quickly connects users to emergency responders around UPC and HSC and offers location services to notify contacts of your route through campus.
Safe Ride program – at night, arrange a free ride anywhere around campus.
Information Security – keeping you secure in cyberspace.
Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) – chemical and biological safety, hazardous waste management, occupational safety and more. Their Safety Connection page offers helpful safety-related materials.
Fire Safety and Emergency Planning
USC has robust emergency planning initiatives. See the training video on this page for more detail.
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Learn more about USC’s Department of Public Safety (DPS) in this day-in-the-life video: