For Graduates

Checklist For Graduates

Planning in advance (January/February)

  • Degree Progress/Mailing Info: Log in to and check in OASIS to make sure all your requirements have been completed, and that your mailing information is correct. Please note that diplomas are mailed to your permanent address approximately six weeks after Commencement.
  • Grad Fest: Order your cap and gown and graduation mementos by visiting Grad Fest on February 16 at 9 a.m. 12 p.m., and 3 p.m. which will be hosted virtually.

Heading into Commencement Week

  • Assembly and Procession (“Lining up“) Location: Find out when and where you will line up for the main ceremony on Commencement day.
  • School Ceremony: Check the location and times of your School ceremony and receptions; share the information with your family and friends.
  • Meet up Location: Confirm a location with your family after ceremony/receptions.
  • Download the 2022 commencement map

Mementos and Memories

  • Yearbook: The El Rodeo captures all four years of your undergraduate life.
  • Class Gift: Making a lasting legacy by participating in the Senior Gift to support the next generation of Trojans.
  • Graduation Mementos: Class rings, diploma frames, formal announcements, and individual formal portraits are some of the ways you can mark the occasion. All items are available through the USC Bookstores.
  • Commencement Ceremony Program: Download your digital copy of the 139th Commencement ceremony program.

Post-Graduation Destination Survey

Get a $5 Amazon Gift Card by completing a quick survey! By sharing your post-graduation plans, you will help increase the value of your degree by allowing the university to report aggregate post-graduation data to various reporting organizations. This will enhance USC’s ranking and provide data-informed interactions with employers recruiting USC students and alumni.

Complete this quick survey managed by the USC Career Center.

Use the log in button under Sign up with your USC SSO (Current Students Only). Amazon gift card codes will be distributed to the first 3,000 undergraduate students who complete the survey for the first time.