REACH Graduate Engineering Webinar Series

PROGRAM DATES: November 6, November 10, November 11, November 12  2020 

About the Program

Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic, REACH 2020 has gone virtual!

Through REACH, under-represented engineering achievers get firsthand exposure to exciting research opportunities, world-class faculty, rich academic programs, stellar student services and mentoring resources.

In fulfilling our mission, the Viterbi School actively seeks engineering achievers from all backgrounds into its graduate degree programs, particularly students historically under-represented in the field of engineering, including African-Americans, Latinos, and Native Americans.


Program Highlights:

Selected participants will have the opportunity to:

  • Learn about the 13 Doctoral programs and over 60 Master's programs at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering 
  • Gain insight on the graduate application, admission and fellowship processes at USC
  • Virtually interact with current graduate students, faculty, and staff in the Viterbi School
  • Find out about summer research opportunities at the Viterbi School
  • Benefit from special presentations and workshops by USC Viterbi faculty and staff

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  • Students with a strong interest in Master's and Doctoral programs in enginering, computer science and data science
  • Special consideration for students attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Hispanic Serving Institutions, as well as members of the following nationally recognized student organizations: NSBE, SHPE, SACNAS, AISES, MAES, SWE
  • Strong academic background in undergraduate studies with recommended 3.0 GPA, majoring in engineering, computer science, applied mathematics, or physical sciences (biology, chemistry, physics)
Interest Form


The REACH 2020 application is now closed. Please fill out the form below if you are interested in future REACH programs.



The USC Viterbi School of Engineering takes pride as a preeminent engineering institution in sharing the responsibility of producing high-quality and diverse graduates fully reflective of our pluralistic society to fulfill the 21st century technical workforce needs of this country and the global community at large. Through our world-class faculty, rich academic programs, and stellar student services and mentoring resources, we are committed to attracting, retaining, training, graduating and placing outstanding men and women students from all backgrounds and demographic sectors of our multi-cultural, diverse world. Engineering professionals that are life-long learners and equipped with a diversified skill set are best suited to discover, integrate, and adapt to new knowledge and experiences dynamically and effectively as the technology, culture, and needs of the global society continue to evolve. The Viterbi School strives to be a national and international leader in their quest.

Questions? Contact Kevin Henry at