Latina/o Student Assembly / LSA

LSA

The Latina/o Student Assembly is a non-profit umbrella group for Chicana/o, Hispanic and Latina/o student organizations at USC and has been in existence for approximately 25 years. LSA receives funds from the Undergraduate Student Government and is overseen by the USC Program Board. LSA allocates funds to organizational members as well as other USC student organizations. Ran by a student e-board, LSA seeks to bring together students of Latino heritage, educate the USC student body and make positive contributions to the surrounding community. For the past 25 years, LSA has been a source of support and voice for the Latino student population on campus. The members of LSA are proud of what has been accomplished for the Latino community and look forward to future events. Join LSA or any one of its member organizations and make sure to mark your calendars for all upcoming events.

LSA is made up of 13 undergraduate organizations, one graduate organization, seven Greek organizations and two departments (El Centro Chicano and Latino Floor: El Sol y La Luna Special Interest Community).
How to get Involved

If you would like to receive further information about LSA and/or our member organizations, please contact us at lsausc@usc.edu or visit our website.

Director: Valerie Fernandez

Assistant Directors:
Stephanie Aceves
Natalie Santizo

Meeting Times: Tuesdays 4pm (TCC 302)