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October 2020

Single Sign-On (SSO) for USC Central
1 Dec 2020

Single Sign-On (SSO) has been implemented for USC Central to minimise the number of times you're required to sign into USC applications.

Introducing the Launch U Trade Accelerator Program
10 Nov 2020

USC, in conjunction with Study Queensland and Practera, is offering students the opportunity to work on a 2-week real-world business experience through the Launch U Trade Accelerator (LTA) Program.

Need a holiday when exams finish? USC's Dilli Village has you covered!
26 Oct 2020

Book a stay a Dilli Village on K'gari (Fraser Island).

Reconnect Festival with USC and NightQuarter
26 Oct 2020

You're invited to the Reconnect Festival, a one-day pop-up event in collaboration with NightQuarter, showcasing student work from the USC School of Creative Industries

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Enrol in all your 2021 courses
26 Oct 2020

If you enrol in all your 2021 courses, we can better plan the timetable, inform curriculum changes, avoid class clashes and ensure there are enough spaces in each course for all students who wish to study it.

Have your say - Diversity and Inclusion Plan 2020-2022
25 Oct 2020

The Diversity and Inclusion Plan 2020-2022 will be launched in December - take 3 minutes to provide feedback to ensure the final plan is a genuinely holistic approach.

Contract Cheating Survey
25 Oct 2020

Complete the contract cheating survey and go into the draw to win a $500 Amazon gift voucher and donate to charity.

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Take part in USC's Disability Action Plan survey.
23 Oct 2020

Share your feedback on the new Plan.

Qualtrics survey tool now available for students
19 Oct 2020

Qualtrics survey tool is now available for all USC students.

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Yoga, social media and women’s wellbeing | A research project
15 Oct 2020

The purpose of this research project is to investigate the relationships between yoga, social media and women’s wellbeing.

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Take part in USC's Community Wellbeing survey​​
14 Oct 2020

USC's Thompson Institute is surveying the Sunshine Coast community and investigating the availability of services when people need mental health support.

Scheduled IT Maintenance | 13–16 November
14 Oct 2020

To ensure the ongoing performance and reliability of our IT Systems, a maintenance window is scheduled for 5pm Friday 13 November to 8am Monday 16 November.

RESOLVED - USC Anywhere outage
12 Oct 2020

USC Anywhere and Citrix Workspace issues are now resolved.

Global Climate Change Week 2020
Global Climate Change Week activities
12 Oct 2020

Join us for free events on campus or online as part of Global Climate Change Week, 19–23 October.

Research Unmasked: Physical and mental health during COVID-19
9 Oct 2020

Learn about the mental health and wellbeing impacts of COVID-19 and strategies to better support ourselves and one another.

Has your program structure changed?
8 Oct 2020

Some program structures and course offerings have changed.

Take time - for mental health
7 Oct 2020

World Mental Health Day (10 October) kicks off Queensland Mental Health Week (10 - 18 October), and this year's theme is Take time - for mental health.

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Graduate Outcomes Survey
4 Oct 2020

If you complete your studies at USC this semester, you will receive an email invitation to take part in the Graduate Outcomes Survey (GOS) in February or May 2021 (depending on your finish date).

The Launch U Trade Accelerator (LTA) Program Information Session
2 Oct 2020

Gain real-world business experience with The Launch U Trade Accelerator (LTA) Program - connecting student teams to undertake international market research/analysis projects for real Queensland Exporters.

USC Moreton Bay campus planned power outage
1 Oct 2020

USC Moreton Bay will be without power on Friday 2 October from 5–7.30pm.

2021 Course enrolment opens Monday 12 October!
28 Sep 2020

Enrol in your courses on time so you can select your classes earlier than those who don't.