The USC College Advising Corps is an education initiative of USC Rossier's Center for Enrollment Research, Policy and Practice. The Corps places recent college graduates in high schools to serve as full-time College Advisers. Advisers work within high need schools supporting students by encouraging and assisting them with their college searches, college applications, financial aid, and transition to post-secondary education. The USC College Advising Corps serves 35 high schools in 8 school districts in the Southern California area. Please visit our website to see the full list of partner schools.
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The mission of the USC College Advising Corps is to improve college outcomes for low-income, first- generation, and underrepresented students.
The goal of the USC College Advising Corps program is to raise the number of California students who attend and complete college by encouraging and assisting high school students with their college searches, college applications, financial aid, and making the transition to post-secondary education
College and Postsecondary Planning:
High School (9-12):