USC Kortschak Center for Learning and Creativity
USC Kortschak Center for Learning and Creativity is a place you can call home if you have a learning difference, a documented learning disability or other related learning challenges. From a multi-disciplinary team consisting of learning specialists, psychologists and occupational therapists, you will receive support with organizational and time management skills, study strategies, reading comprehension and other academic-related concerns. KCLC is also available as a resource to academic advisers, staff and units seeking consultation on learning disabilities or ADHD.
KCLC Student Support Services include:
• individual computer stations
• quiet study area
• learning strategy workshops
• weekly drop-in hours
• 1-on-1 assistance by academic coaches and professional staff
•Freshman Seminar: GESM 161g Seminar in Quantitative Reasoning: Mind, Belief and Behavior: Learning About Learning (4 units), offered fall and spring semesters
Disability Services and Programs
Disability Services and Programs (DSP) provides support and accommodations for students with disabilities. We serve undergraduate, graduate and professional students, as well as on-ground and on-line students in all programs of study. DSP engages in an interactive review process to determine appropriate accommodations for each student, factoring in the student’s request, the nature of the student’s disability, functional limitations of the disability, the supporting documentation, and the fundamental requirements of courses, programs of study, and the University. DSP is part of the Division of Student Affairs, and while we are a separate department from other support, advocacy and counseling departments, we work closely with these and other resources on campus to best support student needs.
Please contact DSP by visiting in GFS 120, calling (213) 740-0776, emailing email@example.com or reviewing our Website for more information (dsp.usc.edu).