Support & Intervention

Trojans Care 4 Trojans (TC4T)

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

If you find yourself in need of immediate attention due to an emergency or crisis situation in which your safety is at risk, you may contact the Department of Public Safety by calling 213-740-4321. In the event you are experiencing difficulty with your emotional or mental well-being, you may contact Counseling & Mental Health 24/7 at 213-740-9355.

Please note: If you are concerned about someone who has experienced sexual/gender-based harm, please contact the confidential services at Relationship & Sexual Violence Prevention Services (213-740-4900). If you would like to report an instance of sexual/gender-based harm, you can contact the Title IX Office (213) 740-5086.


Each TC4T submission will be reviewed and responded to by a staff member from Campus Support & Intervention. For More information, contact Campus Support & Intervention at

While you may not always be aware of the follow-up done in response to your report, please know that a professional staff member will be reaching out to this person. We appreciate you entrusting us with your concern and we will make every effort to connect with them and provide support. If you have further questions about how the TC4T program works or would like support for yourself, you may reach out to Campus Support and Intervention at 213-740-0411 or