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March 2021

Do you identify as having a disability? We can help you to transition into graduate employment.
24 Mar

Kickstart your career by accessing employment support for students with a disability at USC.

Student discount meals | USC Sunshine Coast campus
17 Mar

If you're on the USC Sunshine campus you can enjoy discounted meals under the Student Services Amenities Fee (SSAF) scheme at our USC-operated retail outlets just by showing your USC Student card.

Library information for current students
16 Mar

Need information about access to library buildings, course readings, online and physical collections, or printing, scanning or copying in the Library?

New online process to apply for a replacement Student ID Card
15 Mar

If your Student ID Card is about to expire, there is now a new online process you need to follow to apply for a replacement.

The VC congratulates our Criminology and Justice team
11 Mar

USC's Criminology and Justice team have been awarded the 2020 Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology (ANZSOC) Award for Excellence and Innovation in Teaching.

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Charging your device - USC Sunshine Coast campus
11 Mar

If you need to charge your device while you're on the USC Sunshine Coast campus, there are several options available to you.

Single Sign-On (SSO) at USC
11 Mar

SSO is designed to minimise the number of times you are required to sign into USC applications.

Transform your future career by registering for USC Mentoring!
8 Mar

Register for the USC Mentoring program to chat to USC Alumni mentors online.

Professor Steven Underhill and research students in Fiji assessing food quality
Get involved in a thriving research centre
5 Mar

If you are undertaking studies aligned to the Pacific, a Pacific Islander student, or simply interested in getting involved, we encourage you to get in touch.

Higher degree by research opportunities at USC's Thompson Institute
5 Mar

USC’s Thompson Institute invites interest from students for Higher Degree by Research projects (including PhD and Masters)