It's now time to get off to a flying start with your studies by being prepared early. At this stage of your academic career there are some key activities to complete. These include:
You can get your USC student ID card 24 hours after completing your enrolment.
Your ID card connects you to a range of on campus services including:
- accessing computer labs
- borrowing items from the library
- using USC student copy and print services
- confirming your ID at exams
Visit maps to download a map of your study location, find out about your transport and parking options to and from uni once you start your studies. Confirm your study location in your letter of offer.
Visit accommodation and housing to view options near your study location.
As well as USC's modern campus located at Sippy Downs, the university also offers convenient study locations, serving the Sunshine Coast and extended region from north Brisbane to the Fraser Coast.
Get to know your study location and what it has on offer to provide you with the best possible student experience while studying with USC:
Below is some handy information to consider when setting up your computer for study at USC:
- Find out about recommended personal computer specifications at USC
- Accessing Microsoft Office for free - available to all actively enrolled USC students for free. See instructions on how to download.
- Using wireless on campus
- Other Information and Communication Technology (ICT) services for students
Be prepared! Know the Study materials you may need and where to find them before you start your studies at USC.
USC101 Students Guide to USC is your beginner's guide to your first semester. While using this resource you’ll also be making yourself familiar with Blackboard, your learning management system. Log in using your USC username and password.
Applications for Semester 1 2017 scholarships are now open and close on 30 November 2016. Visit Scholarships for more information.
Check study support services available to you before the start of, and during the semester. View academic and study support events, workshops and the program schedule for more information.
There are also disability support services available if you have a disability, health or medical condition that affects your access whilst on campus.
Orientation to USC - Welcome to new students is the first week of university.
Kick-start your studies at Orientation to USC to:
- learn about the campus, facilities and support services available
- attend your faculty welcome and essential program information sessions
- obtain your student ID card
- learn how to use Blackboard, your Learning Management System
- attend academic skills workshops
- have fun making new friends, meeting fellow students and USC staff at free social events
Visit Orientation to USC - Welcome to new students to access the Orientation to USC timetable and plan your experience, or download the Orientation to USC App.
It may seem like there's a lot to think about but don't worry, we will be in contact with you with tips and tricks once you are enrolled. Don't forget to keep a check on your student email.
If you would like to talk to someone about any of the steps: