Created in 1974-75, the Latinx Floor residential program is an opportunity offered to first year students looking to connect with other students with similar interests and/or cultural backgrounds. The goal of the Latinx floor is to create and promote a positive, supportive atmosphere that eases the transition of freshmen Latinx students into USC life and empowers them to become prominent campus leaders. Also, the floor is open to all students interested in learning more about the Chicanx/Latinx culture.
Watch former and current Latinx Floor residents talk about their amazing experience below! This year marks the 46th Anniversary of the Latinx Floor and we are excited to honor and celebrate it as well.
The Latinx Floor provides extensive community service, cultural, academic and social activities throughout the year. The Latinx Floor houses 33 residents and one resident advisor– experienced upperclassmen trained to cater to the needs of first-year students who plan programs and activities during the academic year.
If you would like more information on the floor please contact USC Housing.