Spaces That Drive Innovation

Iovine and Young Hall

Academy majors and minors work and learn side-by-side with majors from other schools at USC in the Academy’s new main facility, Iovine and Young Hall. In addition to spaces dedicated to administration, instruction, collaboration, networking, and incubation, the Hall houses ca. 10,000 sq. ft. of maker spaces, including labs for fabrication, printing, and capture and editing for photo, audio, and video, and content creation for immersive and interactive environments. Student workshops and classrooms in the Hall have been designed to support the Academy’s cohort-based collaborative educational model, and provide individual and group spaces for assignments, projects, and founding startups, and flexible studio/lecture options for faculty. The large outdoor deck adds a perfect environment for casual get togethers, meals, or just studying in the California sunshine.

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CNC Machine

3D Printing

An empty classroom with long desks and red cage lockers

Cohort Studio

2 flights of steel staircase with people walking up

Administrative Suite and Student Affairs

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