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.
This is just the start of our relationship.
As alumni, you are a vital part of the USC family. And as advocates, advisors, guest speakers, returning students, donors, employers, student internship providers or industry partners, there are plenty of ways to remain involved.
We look forward to staying connected and, with your support, continuing to build a great USC.
Celebrating our amazing graduates
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The latest alumni news
USC graduate now living childhood dream
A career wish made in kindergarten has come true for Kafren Smith who is back at her old school as a teacher after completing a combined degree in Education and Science through USC.
Island stint stirs up Storm’s interest in education
Guiding children on interactive wildlife experiences as a resort ranger on Fraser Island ignited a passion for teaching in USC graduate Storm Galloway of Bundaberg.
Queasy feeling almost halted dream career
Karis Howard had always liked the idea of becoming a nurse, but an intense fear of seeing someone throwing up stopped her from pursuing it as a career for many years.
Events graduate chimes in for major music festival
The recent Caloundra Music Festival provided a wonderful opportunity for new USC graduate Shelby Jackman to fine-tune what she has learned from studying event management.
First graduate from urban design program
Growing up in Noosa left Billy Glover with an appreciation for the environment and the built form, which he believes will shape a long career in urban development.