There are many ways to support the USC School of Cinematic Arts. Each year we rely on the support of alumni, parents, corporations and friends like you to offer students the finest programs and services. Below are some of the options for making a donation to SCA.
The USC School of Cinematic Arts is honored to join the Sinatra family and the Sinatra Centennial in commemorating Frank Sinatra's 100th birthday. During this centennial year, you can add your name to Frank Sinatra Hall and celebrate the man, his art and his iconic career while also supporting the students who need help in pursuing their own academic dreams.
The SCA Network is a membership program for USC School of Cinematic Arts alumni and students. SCA Network members have access to special and exclusive events, services and gifts.
The Parent Project is one of the most powerful ways for SCA families to help us succeed in our mission to train tomorrow's storytellers.
The School of Cinematic Arts' most important resource has always been our talented young women and men. Student Support is an opportunity to both contribute to the School and help the next generation to achieve their goals.
Leave a legacy at the School of Cinematic Arts. Gather more information on naming a chair, bench, tree or other fixture at the SCA Complex.
Alfred Hitchcock, Harold Lloyd, John August, Steven Spielberg, George Lucas and Jeffrey Katzenberg are among the many names that students see every day while studying at SCA. Find out what rooms are available for naming with the SCA Building Campaign.
Beyond the rewards of investing in the future of the School, members of the Cinematic Arts Leadership Circle receive a variety of benefits recognizing their special relationship with SCA..
Planned giving is an easy way to leave a legacy at SCA and can be as simple as including a bequest provision in your will or naming SCA as a beneficiary of your life insurance policy or retirement plan.