Yes, It Was Harder Than Ever To Get Into USC

Every year it get harder to get into USC.

USC’s acceptance rate for the 2022-23 college application year was just 11.5 percent, a 0.5 percent decrease from last year’s rate.

USC received 80,790 applications and accepted 8,032 for the Fall 2023 semester. An additional 1,245 applicants were accepted for Spring 2024 admission. 

USC received 17 percent more applications this year than for the 2022 admission cycle as approximately 12,000 more students applied to USC this year than in 2022.

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26 thoughts on “Yes, It Was Harder Than Ever To Get Into USC

      1. …that sounds like something a federal judge would say…


  1. I’m pretty sure when I applied, the fact that I did not check the box that said I would be seeking financial assistance was all they needed to accept me.

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  2. Apparently all this talk about a college degree not worth as much as in prior years fell on deaf years, at least at SC, and to bear in mind that those 80,000 applications came mainly from families knowing they would have to fork over 100s of thousands of dollars for their kid,
    and yes, if those stringent academic standards were applied to the athletes then guys like me who cannot jump might have a shot at making the Trojan basketball team

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    1. Once, when Avis Ridley Thomas had a really bad cold, I brought her fresh orange juice from the City Hall East mall….


    1. The Bruins rate #18 and SUCC #6 on the all-time list.

      If such a BB list were created, UCLA would at the very least, land somewhere in the Top 10; more likely in the all-time top 5

      bozo BB on the other hand, wouldn’t rate in the top 75.

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      1. UCLA would be top 5.
        USC would be somewhere in top 10.


      2. If the Bruins hadn’t suffered all of those injuries, their ranking would be higher.
        I don’t know if that’s a fact or not.

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    2. We would’ve beat out Notre Dame for #5 if it weren’t for bad calls & Pac 12 officiating….


      1. Miller Moss will be 2nd string in 2023. Perhaps Moss, Malachi, and Raiola will compete in 2024, but right now my money would be on Moss as starter and Raiola as backup. Maybe Malachi to the transfer portal.


      2. I like Moss’ moxy and thought he performed well in 2022 Spring Game.

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  3. Dylan Raiola is 6′ 3″ 220 lbs. and ‘Ol Mule Shoe can forget about it, Raiola is going to commit to Georgia


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