USC Housing is offering safe, convenient, and fully-furnished housing at competitive rates in Troy Complex Apartments to first year masters
students of the USC School of Cinematic Arts. Since apartments are reserved for the program participants, it provides residents the opportunity
to live and study alongside their roommates-other Cinema students.
Spaces in the program will be assigned first-come, first-served based on application date. Priority will be given to students submitting their applications to USC Housing by April 28, 2017. Housing applications will continue to be accepted after April 28, and assignments made on a space available basis.
Troy Complex, made up of Troy East (TRE) and Troy Hall (TRH), is located in North University Park, where most of the university's graduate students live. Troy is about a block from the main campus, close to public transportation, and within USC's Department of Public Safety's patrol zone.
For additional information, visit the Graduate Housing website: