All the uni basics explained in USC's Q&A video
23 August - The transition from secondary school to university will require your child to master some new terms and concepts.
How do university applications work? QTAC explained
22 August - If your child is thinking about university, they will need to apply through the Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre (QTAC).
All about scholarships and bursaries
22 August - Learning to balance the household budget is one of the first challenges for new university students (and their parents!).
University Open Days – road maps to the future
26 June - When you are thinking about further study, university Open Days can act like road maps and guide you towards your future.
Exciting news! USC plans to launch new Caboolture study location in 2018
23 June - We’re pleased to announce that QUT and USC are working toward the transfer of QUT’s Caboolture study location to USC.
How much should your child work while studying full time?
23 June - Time management is one of the most important skills your child will pick up at university.
Everyone studies at USC
12 April - The slight cool in the air heralded graduation season at USC, and this year the graduand was me.
Gap year blues?
10 April - After 13 years of schooling, many Year 12 students – and their parents – think taking a gap year to work, travel and play will be the perfect way to recharge before diving in to a degree.
Myths about studying later in life
8 April - If you’ve been helping your child research universities and degrees, you may have come across a program you’re interested in.
My youngest child
17 February - My youngest child, the one the family has nicknamed ‘Bubs’, starts at USC in February. And I can’t believe it.
Family affair: mother and son graduate from USC together
8 February - A 46-year-old USC student who is also a mother of seven has shown it’s never too late to achieve your dream of getting a university degree.
Changing directions, changing degrees?
8 February - One of the most common questions we hear from new students – and their parents – is “What happens if I choose the wrong degree?”