The USC Thornton Student Affairs team is dedicated to the support, guidance, and encouragement of all
Thornton students toward the development of their academic and professional endeavors.
USC Thornton Student Affairs can help students with advisement, academic requirements, and obtaining clearance for coursework.
Thornton Student Affairs has prepared requirement lists and course plans to help guide you toward your degree progress. Read on to review these resources based upon your major.
Thornton majors, minors, and non-Thornton students can request clearance for individual instruction
courses at the 300, 301, or 501 level. Use the link to select your specific D-clearance request forms.
Below are other USC Thornton offices and programs that serve student needs both here and abroad.
Services include information technology; student performance and practice resources; facilities, classroom and performance scheduling; instrument and asset management; and event production.
Explore internships and job opportunities with USC Thornton Career Connect service, available to students, graduates, and prospective employers.
USC Thornton offers dynamic overseas programs designed to expand upon and enhance your curriculum.
USC and the Thornton School of Music offer an array of supportive resources to navigate the student experience.
Thornton Student Council (TSC) exists to amplify and advocate for the student experience at the Thornton School of Music.
Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (J.E.D.I.) Workshops are open to all students and offered to departments or organizations requesting trainings.
Resources for USC Thornton Doctoral students.
University-wide resources for housing, financial aid, accessibility and more; for a full list, please visit and search on usc.edu.
USC Thornton Student Affairs is located on the University Park Campus in The Music Complex (TMC), Room 200. You can reach our office by calling (213) 740-4721 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.