Representing USC Staff

USC’s Staff Assembly is an officially-recognized branch of the university governance system and exists to promote the growth and welfare of staff employees. We research and provide recommendations on any and all matters related to staff work environment, benefits and policies. We also present Staff Appreciation Week each spring following Commencement.

We’re comprised of approximately 60 members from both UPC and HSC, elected by university staff, and representing both exempt and non-exempt (non-union) employees.

Learn a little more about us, what we’ve accomplished, and our role at USC:

March 25, 2019

Election instructions

from President Jeffrey de Caen
The time has come to elect new members to the 2019-2020 USC Staff Assembly! Elected members will serve two-year terms, participate in one of eight standing committees,* attend meetings, and generally try to improve the lives of all USC staff by giving their time, energy, ideas and enthusiasm. As with our monthly General Meetings, all (non-unionized) staff are welcome and encouraged to participate!
The following is an invitation to participate in the Nomination process of the USC Staff

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March 25, 2019

University Forum

From President Jeffrey de Caen
Early in my appointment, I became keenly aware of a dangerous community shortcoming:  the lack of meaningful interaction between the various factions that make up USC; be they geographical in nature, academic, medical, or operational in focus; or simply differing constituency lenses. There simply was not enough internal dialog and therefore a dearth of understanding between the various silos. As an effort to begin to address this dynamic, I reached out to the other constituency governance

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