Welcome to the USC Alumni
Once you graduate from your first program at USC, you automatically become a member of the USC alumni - a global network of thousands of graduates dating back two decades. Past study abroad and student exchange students are also included.
As a member of the USC alumni, you immediately have access to a range of free benefits. We’ll also keep you up to date with all the news, events and exciting developments happening at your University.
There are many ways to stay involved. As advocates, mentors, guest speakers, returning students, donors, employers, student internship providers or industry partners, you are a vital part of the USC family.
We look forward to staying connected and, with your support, continuing to build a great USC.
USC Alumni - The benefits of studying at USC continue long after graduation
Outstanding Alumni Awards
Celebrating the achievements of our graduates.
USC Social Media
Lots of ways to keep up to date with USC.
Your Alumni magazine
Ignite: spark your curiosity and fuel your interest.
Over many years, this publication has become our connection with staff, students, community members and alumni all around the world.
Student Emergency Bursary Appeal
Support students financially affected by COVID-19
G-Day - USC's annual Giving Day
We're here to help
The latest alumni newsUSC Newsroom
USC sets wheels in motion for bike shop manager’s new career20 October
Matthew McCurdy, 35, has made a career change to teach science and maths at Warwick State High School after recently graduating from USC and earning a University Medal for his excellent grade point average of 6.88 out of 7.
Zebrafish research could unlock key to genetic defect in people15 September
Genetic research by a USC PhD graduate in England has used laboratory modelling in zebrafish to identify a key feature of a rare kidney disease in humans.
New book promotes high-impact study techniques14 September
Study stress can be a good thing, and technology is creating a generation of students ‘wired for distraction’, according to a new book co-written by a USC expert in children’s brain development and one of his USC graduates.