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June 2020

Do you know a Diversity and Inclusion Champion?
2 Jul 2020

Nominations for the Vice-Chancellor and President Diversity and Inclusion Awards now open!

Change of program applications for semester 2 closing soon
30 Jun 2020

The last date to apply for a change of program effective for semester 2 2020 is Monday 13 July

Scam alert - student fees
30 Jun 2020

Important notice to all students.

A message from the Pro Vice-Chancellor (Students)
23 Jun 2020

A message from the Pro Vice-Chancellor (Students)

First Nations Community Survey
22 Jun 2020

Help reduce suicide and improve social and emotional wellbeing among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the Sunshine Coast, by taking part in a culturally-safe, anonymous USC survey.

How to select your second year nursing classes in Semester 2 2020
18 Jun 2020

If you are currently enrolled in NUR227 (Session 4) you must select classes for your Semester 2 courses (NUR131, NUR222, NUR286 and NUR331) that match your placement group for NUR227.

Class selection for Study Period 2, 2020 is now open!
17 Jun 2020

Select your class times now or drop any courses you have decided not to study to avoid incurring fees/academic penalties at Census Date.

Order your Course Workbooks for Sem 2 via MyPrint
16 Jun 2020

Course Workbooks for Semester 2 are available to order on the MyPrint Shop.

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Campus Facebook Groups
16 Jun 2020

The campus Facebook groups are an online space for students to connect with your peers and USC staff within the campus you attend.

PhD Scholarship Opportunity with the USC Road Safety Research Collaboration
15 Jun 2020

An opportunity exists for an outstanding, full-time PhD candidate to undertake an agreed program of research in social science, psychology, criminology, sociology, injury prevention or related disciplines.

Survey to help USC provide better support for students with disability
1 Jun 2020

Complete this survey to help USC best support you during your studies and beyond by determining the barriers faced by students with disability.