As students moved to campus for the start of classes, nearly 27,000 passed through USC Student Health’s “pop testing” sites at Jefferson Lot, Pardee Marks, Pappas Quad and the Eric Cohen Health Center.

To fulfill the Trojan Check requirements for weekly surveillance testing, students lined up at the sites for walk-ups and appointments online, filling the MySHR system to capacity and prompting a quick response to activate all nursing, medical assistant, clinical operations and even counseling and mental health volunteers to assist new students with the process.

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