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401 South State Street, Suite 822
Chicago, IL 60605
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Trojan teams have won more national championships, 97 men's (including a national-best 84 NCAA titles) and 26 women's, than all but 2 other schools.

Two Women of Troy athletes have won the Honda-Broderick Cup as the top collegiate woman athlete of the year: Cheryl Miller (1983-84) and Angela Williams (2001-02). And Trojan women have won 15 Honda Awards, as the top female athlete in their sport.

Along with the great accomplishments on the playing fields, USC student-athletes have received 52 NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships, in the Top 10 among all schools. In addition, USC has had 34 first team Academic All-Americans and 4 athletes who were Rhodes Scholars.
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The greek community at the University of Southern California will offer you countless opportunities to grow as a leader, to grow as a person of value, and to grow as a Trojan.


At invites, greek members ask a date to join them at their sorority or fraternity sponsored events, and have a great time dancing and socializing with members of their own chapter, as well as with their dates. Exchanges offer a different social experience for sorority and fraternity members. Exchanges are often theme-oriented and bring together a specific sorority and fraternity, which results in greeks cultivating a diverse web of friends and acquaintances.

Because USC is an integral part of an urban community, USC Department of Public Safety (DPS) works with the city of Los Angeles to ensure student, faculty and staff safety beyond campus. Our layered approach includes open communication between DPS, the Los Angeles Police Department and Fire Departments. We have a direct line of contact to first responders. We share resources and data. By openly communicating with city forces and our campus community, we’re continually building a safe foundation for life and study.