USC Trojans Care for Trojans

November 6, 2017

Dear Students,

You and your peers are often the first to become aware when your friend, roommate or classmate is going through a difficult time. If you know of someone who is struggling with a personal challenge, exhibiting different or concerning behavior, and/or is in need of any assistance, we want you to be informed on where to go to seek help.

USC Trojans Care for Trojans (TC4T) is a program within the Office of Campus Wellness and Crisis Intervention that empowers students, faculty and staff to take action when they are concerned about a fellow Trojan. This private and anonymous request form provides an opportunity for Trojans to inform the University when a member of our Trojan Family needs help.

Each TC4T submission will be reviewed and researched by a staff member within the USC Support and Advocacy Office.

For more information, contact USC Support and Advocacy at (213) 821-4710 or visit them at Student Union suite 201.


Lynette S. Merriman, Ed.D.

Associate Vice Provost for Campus Support and Intervention

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