fall 2022

Marshall Transfer Success Program (TSP)



TSP is a 6-week program that helps incoming transfer students maximize their time at USC Marshall and build a community among other transfer students. 

Benefits of Joining

  • Gain access to a community of peers at Marshall that can be a continuous source of support during the program and throughout your time at USC;

  • Receive personalized assistance in regards to academic and career goals from Marshall staff, including Academic Advisors, Career Advisors, and Marshall faculty;

  • Be introduced to university resources as you transition into USC Marshall;

  • And strengthen key skills needed to succeed as a Marshall student and business professional.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Must be an incoming transfer student at USC Marshall School of Business or Leventhal School of Accounting for spring 2023.

  • Although open to all transfer students, TSP is intended for students who are historically from underrepresented ethnic and cultural backgrounds, or who identify as first generation (first in their family) to go to college.

  • Must complete the online application by Thursday, December 15, 2022 at 11:59pm PST.


  • If selected to participate in the program, you must be available to attend all of the sessions* and events noted below (accommodations  can be made on a case-by-case basis):
    • Thurs, January 5, 2023 from 9am-2pm PST: TSP Welcome
    • Wed, January 11, 2023: Getting Involved and Community Building
    • Wed, January 18, 2023: Strategies for Success in Marshall Courses
    • Wed, January 25, 2023: Career Planning for Transfers
    • Wed, February 1, 2023: Career Insights in Business
    • Wed, February 8, 2023: Positive Well-Being 
    • Wed, February 15, 2023: Next Steps

*Please note that all six sessions will occur on Wednesday evenings from 5:00pm-6:50pm PST. Please make sure to avoid scheduling classes during this time. 

For any questions, please email transfers@marshall.usc.edu.


spring 2023 recruitment

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Zamaria Demby

Major: Business Administration

Year in School: Junior

Hometown: Minneapolis, MN

Where did you transfer from? University of Minnesota- Twin Cities

What are you involved in on campus?  Marshall Case Team, Society of Cosmetic Chemist, Black Student Assembly

Where have you interned? U.S. Bank, BestPrep

Transfer Advice: You have earned your place and should take every opportunity you can, so once you complete your undergraduate degree, you will have no regrets and an amazing experience! 


Allison Flores

Major: Accounting

Year in School: Junior

Hometown: Glendale, CA and Calgary, AB

Where did you transfer from? UC Santa Barbara

What are you involved in on campus? Accounting Society, Troy Philippines, USC Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)

Where have you interned? EY

Transfer Advice: Never be afraid to reach out to someone in your class who you think you've talked to before or have come across with, they are probably thinking the same thing about you - reach out first!


Nicole Liu

Major: Business Administration and Accounting

Year in School: Senior

Hometown: Mainland China and San Marino, CA

Where did you transfer from? Pasadena City College

Transfer Advice: If you got accepted, don't doubt yourself when you are here. They chose you for a reason and you belong here. 



Crystal Madumere

Major: Business Administration and Accounting

Year in School: Junior

Hometown: Northridge, CA

Where did you transfer from? Santa Monica College

What are you involved in on campus? Black Student Association, Sirens A Capella, Leventhal Transfer Program

Where have you interned? EY

Transfer Advice: Try saying hi or starting a conversation with someone new everyday. 


Juan Pablo Wilson

Major: Business Administration

Year in School: Junior

Hometown: San Francisco, CA

Where did you transfer from? City College of San Francisco

What are you involved in on campus?  Lambda Theta Phi, Consulting Club, Music Meditation Club, Marshall Business Student Community

Where have you interned? Aflac, Premier Nutrition - Post Holdings

Transfer Advice: Believe in yourself, in your ability to succeed, and in your ability to persevere, even when you feel like all odds are against you. Also, don't be afriad to reach out and ask for help if you feel yourself struggling, falling behind, or alone. 


Kevin Yu

Major: Business Administration and Accounting

Year in School: Senior

Hometown: San Diego, CA

Where did you transfer from? MiraCosta Community College

What are you involved in on campus? Beta Alpha Psi, Leventhal Transfer Program, Leventhal Success Mentorship Program, Volunteer Center

Where have you interned? Sapere Aude Consortium, SILREAL

Transfer Advice: In a positive way, nobody cares that you're a transfer. 

Questions? Contact Us!

Marshall Transfer Success Program