Buildings on the USC campus

The University buildings are listed in alphabetical order by full title. The list below is a work in progress.

In 1919, John and Donald B. Parkinson proposed a master plan which included Romanesque style bridges over the streets. Around 1949-1950, Marsh, Smith & Powell proposed another master plan, and in the 1960s, the firm of William Pereira and Associates was engaged by the university for a third Master plan. Several of the masterplans, as well as blueprints and drawings of the buildings may be found in the office of Facilities Management Services. University Archives at the USC Libraries may have additional information about some of the buildings, including photographs, articles, and press releases.

Compiled by Ruth Wallach, University libraries, from records in University Archives.

4/2007- present

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