The Pharmacy Graduate Alliance (PGA)

The Pharmacy Graduate Alliance (PGA) is the governing student body for those in the school’s research-oriented master’s and PhD degree programs. The organization’s Facebook page keeps you informed of PGA happenings throughout the year.

Annual Moving Targets Conference

Annual Moving Targets Conference is fully student-organized and run by the AAPS-USC student chapter and includes student poster sessions and young investigator awards along with a prestigious panel of outside speakers—primarily targeted to the Los Angeles Basin (USC, City of Hope, Caltech, UCLA).

The American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) Student Chapter

The AAPS student chapter promotes MS and PhD student participation in the organization’s activities at the local, regional and national levels.

AAPS Southern California Pharmaceutical Discussion Group

Provides students with excellent networking opportunities with industry professionals.

USC Graduate Student Government (GSG)

The USC Graduate Student Government (GSG) mission is to enhance the University of Southern California graduate and professional student experience by serving as the face of the student body.  To accomplish this, GSG is responsible for managing student resources efficiently, providing a voice for the student community, building a community that fosters interdisciplinary exchanges, and informing students about their rights, resources, and opportunities.

GSG-Health Sciences Campus (HSC) Governing Council

The GSG-HSC Governing Council serves student interests on the Health Science Campus and acts in an advisory capacity for GSG on all related matters. The responsibilities of the governing council include, but are not limited to, planning social, academic, cultural, and community service events that benefit the HSC student body, advocating on behalf of Health Sciences Campus constituents, and keeping the HSC student body informed of GSG activities.

Alumni Night

The Annual Alumni Night brings together previous and current students from the school and includes panel discussions.