Diversity, Access, and Equity
Diversity scholarship resources
The Chan Division funds a Vision Scholarship, for incoming students to the Entry-Level Master’s program, which provides financial aid to Latinx and/or African American students who exemplify the ideals and characteristics of the American Occupational Therapy Association’s (AOTA) Vision 2025. For more information, and to apply, go to the page for Chan Division Scholarships and select the Entry Level Master’s Program (Incoming Students).
The Richard J. McCauley Graduate Fellowship is given to a continuing Entry-Level Master’s student deemed to have potential for leadership roles, and the donor wishes to support diversity among professional practitioners. For more information, and to apply, go to the page for Chan Division Scholarships and select the Entry Level Master’s Program (Continuing Students).
We also maintain a list of scholarships made available by USC and other bodies. Use the Diversity filter to display those scholarships which have a diversity requirement.
Additional resources at USC
Student Health Counseling Services
Center for Work and Family Life
Campus Support & Intervention
Office of Student Accessibility Services (OSAS)
Sexual Assault & Survivor Support
Trojans Care For Trojans (TC4T)
USC Office of the Ombuds
USC Student Affairs
USC Office for Equity, Equal Opportunity, and Title IX
Department of Public Safety
and the following USC Cultural Centers:
Asian Pacific American Student Services
Center for Black Cultural and Student Affairs
La CASA Latinx/Chicanx Center
LGBTQ+ Student Center
Office of International Services
Office of Religious and Spiritual Life