The information below will assist you in understanding the USC timetable and to locate the correct room at each of USC's study locations.
When planning your enrolment, it is important to take note of the location where the course is offered - some courses are available at multiple locations. When using the Timetable Planner, remember that you still need to formally enrol in your courses and classes in USC Central.
Refer also to the campus maps.
Fields used in the timetable
- Semesters, Sessions and Trimesters are the different teaching periods during the academic year.
- Lecture: A lecture involves a member of the teaching staff presenting themes and concepts related to a course of study to students. Most courses have one weekly lecture.
- Tutorial: A tutorial is a forum for discussion and consolidation of the themes and concepts introduced in a lecture. Tutorial classes are usually 15-25 students in size and provide an atmosphere of discussion, interaction, presentation and debate.
- Laboratory: A laboratory is a practical class held in a computer, science, sport or nursing lab. Special footwear and/or clothing may be required to participate.
- Workshop: Workshops usually involve a member of USC's teaching staff presenting themes and concepts related to a course of study, or the development of a skill. Workshops also allow discussion, interaction, presentation and debate on a topic.
- Course code: A combination of subject code and catalog number, used to identify the course in USC Central (eg COR109)
- Class: A combination of component number, class type and class number (eg T1 Tutorial 1756)
- Location/in room: The venue for the class. Refer to Finding your room (below)
- Starting at/ending at: The start and end times of the class (24 hour time format)
- Between these dates: The class meets between these dates. Note that not all classes are held every week - laboratory sessions, for example, may be fortnightly and will have multiple entries under this heading
- P: Indicates a postgraduate-level course
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Finding your room
Room code example: CG50
- C identifies Building C as the building
- G is the floor number (ground floor)
- 50 is the room number
Rooms without a GY, SB, CH or Noosa prefix can be assumed to be at Sippy Downs.
Chancellor State College
Room code example: CH-SN24
- CH identifies Chancellor State College as the venue
- SN24 is the room number
A small number of education courses at held at Chancellor State College, usually in Building N only. The College is adjacent to the USC Sport Precinct.
Room code example: Noosa 5
- Noosa is the venue
- 5 is the room number
Room code example: SBG3016
- SB identifies USC SouthBank as the venue
- G identifies Building G as the building
- 3 is the floor number (Level 3)
- 016 – is the room number
Room code example: GY.G.01
- GY identifies Gympie as the venue
- G identifies the floor number
- 01 is the room number
Room code example: GYJND8
- GYJN identifies James Nash State High School as the venue
- D identifies D Block as the building
- 8 is the room number
Room code example: FCA-1.25
- FC identifies Fraser Coast as the venue
- A identifies A Block as the building
- 1 is the floor number
- 25 is the room number
Room code example: NLCC-MR2
- NL identifies North Lakes as the venue
- CC identifies The Corso Community Centre as the building
- MR2 is meeting room 2
Sunshine Coast Health Institute (SCHI)
Room code example: 03-SAR-007
- 03 is the floor number
- SAR is the building code
- 007 is the room number