In an email obtained by Campus Reform, students were told they must complete the Title IX training in order to register for courses in the spring.
"This course is mandatory, and you must complete it by February 9, 2016. If you do not complete the training by this date you will receive a registration hold until the training is complete," the email stated.
Many universities require students to complete a course on Title IX, but some students at USC are worried the online course they are required to take is too intrusive.
"It was just full of super personal questions," Jacob Ellenhorn, a student at USC, told Campus Reform.
Despite some students being uncomfortable with the content of the course, the campus-wide email assured students they would "enjoy the assignment."
"We believe you'll enjoy the assignment, and that this training is in line with our shared belief that Trojans care for Trojans. It is an innovative, engaging, and informative online course, created with students for students," the email stated.