WongKaren1smThank you to all of you who joined us for a on April 11 as we celebrated four exemplary Trojan alumni and 49 amazing student scholars. With the academic year winding down and graduation on May 16, we are excited to welcome more than 1,400 new members to the Asian Pacific Alumni Association. APAA engages alumni “lifelong and worldwide” through many programs and we want to hear from you how we can meet your needs as an alumnus. Whether your goal is to enhance your network; participate in student mentorship and volunteer opportunities; support our scholarship endowment program; or re-connect with fellow alumni, we are your gateway to USC.

Please use the link below to register with the USC Alumni Association and sign up for our email updates. Discover the exciting things going on at the APAA, the Alumni Association, the University and how engagement with the APAA can enrich your life in ways you least expect!

RSVP to Jeymi Choi at

Epstein Family Alumni Center
3607 Trousdale Parkway, TCC 305
Los Angeles, CA 90089-3106

Welcome to the APAA


Thank YOU for a Fantastic Gala!

We filled the ballroom of The Langham Huntington with enthusiastic Trojans, family and friends… and we thank you! Special appreciation for our dynamic co-chairs Deena Lew and Jaime Lee, and APAA president Karen Wong! Click on the link below to view pictures of the event.

Lifelong and Worldwide

Fight On!
Karen Wong BS ’83, JD ‘86

USC Asian Pacific Alumni Association

Wednesday, August 13, 6:30-8p
USC Widney Alumni House
University Park Campus

Mentor Information Session
Interested in making a lasting impact on the life of a student at USC?

Connections! is a unique opportunity for students to connect with the Trojan Family through mentorship with alumni in diverse career fields. Students and alumni alike can benefit through professional development, community service, and social outings. For more information about this program, we cordially invite you to the alumni mixer and informational session!

In conjunction with APASS, Asian Pacific American Student Services


Emily Ryo honored for migration study

The American Sociological Association has honored USC Gould School of Law Professor Emily Ryo for her study on unauthorized migration. Ryo, an expert on immigration law and policy, won the association’s Louis Wirth Best Article Award Honorable Mention in the international migration section.