Natasha Hunter

Senior Assistant Director

B.S. Business Administration
University of Southern California



I was raised 30 miles outside of NYC in the suburbs of New Jersey, but I told myself from a young age I would never go to college in a big city. Fast forward to my senior year of high school when I packed up my things and moved across the country to study at USC. I met the most amazing people during my 4 years and loved every second I spent on the University Park Campus. I decided just a few months after graduating that I had been gone long enough, so I am excited to be back at USC working with prospective students and showing them the memories they too can form as a Trojan.


Why USC?

Joining the Trojan Family means instantly gaining thousands of friends who are with you every step of your USC experience. To be a Trojan is to be a part of something larger than life and to have the opportunity to grow into the person – both professionally and personally – that you were always meant to be. You will find a family (maybe more than one!) at USC.


Admission Advice:

Start early, trust your gut, and let your personality shine through!


Movie: Parent Trap (only during the summer), The Holiday (only during the winter), and The Devil Wears Prada (always)
Food: Maltesers or NJ bagels
Quote:Life is tough, my darling, but so are you.” — Stephanie Bennett Henry
Musical Artists: Noah Kahan, Daniel Caesar
Book: Tuesdays with Morrie