USC to open for business at Fraser Coast1 February 2016
The University of the Sunshine Coast will officially open for business on the Fraser Coast on Monday 1 February.
Story Telling and Impure Thoughts at USC Gallery29 January 2015
Art lovers can enjoy a sneak preview of illustrations from books that are yet to be published when USC Gallery launches its 2015 program with two exciting exhibitions on Thursday 12 February.
USC helps Indigenous student fulfil dreams29 January 2015
A new USC Social Work student hopes to inspire more Indigenous students to pursue higher education after her own success in becoming the first in her family to study at university.
New short story contest to help budding authors29 January 2015
Two USC Doctor of Creative Arts graduates are about to launch a new writing competition aimed at giving emergent writers the chance to make a name for themselves.
Researchers seek mums with rheumatoid arthritis29 January 2015
Two USC researchers have received funding to show how local mothers with rheumatoid arthritis are managing their illness, families and lives.
USC to host accident prevention and research seminar28 January 2015
The latest research on how and why accidents happen and how to prevent them will be the focus of an all-day seminar hosted by the USC Accident Research centre (USCAR) on Tuesday 17 February.
Helping people is a life goal for new USC student27 January 2015
A strong desire to help people and make a real difference in their lives has motivated Tayla Dokonal, 18, of Currimundi to enrol in a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) at USC.
The Book of Everything to open this week27 January 2015
USC drama students will perform the highly acclaimed The Book of Everything at Chancellor State College’s Performing Arts Centre this week (Thursday 29 January to Saturday 31 January).
USC students to experience urban planning in China22 January 2015
A group of USC students is heading to China next week (Friday 30 January) to study modern architecture and planning in densely-populated cities and to work on a cultural heritage project in a historic part of the country’s third largest city, Guanzhou.
Law degree at USC is definitely Erin’s cup of tea22 January 2015
When Erin McLaren, 17, got up in the middle of the night for a glass of water on 20 December last year and noticed four missed calls from a friend, she was prompted to check her OP score online.
Aspiring author to study science and fiction22 January 2015
The dream of becoming a science fiction writer is now one step closer to reality for Glasshouse Mountains teenager Jesse Hughes who has just enrolled to study at USC.
Researcher aims to enhance animal-assisted therapy21 January 2015
New research is being conducted at the University of the Sunshine Coast to help improve the delivery of animal-assisted therapy.
Thailand’s ‘Madame Butterfly’ is a USC student21 January 2015
Even though she’s a national sporting hero in Thailand, Patarawadee Kittiya managed to ‘fly’ under the radar for most of her first year at the University of the Sunshine Coast in 2014.
Swedish graduate lands tech industry job20 January 2015
A Swedish USC graduate is now working as a brand coordinator for one of Europe's fastest-growing technology companies Fyndiq.
Still time to apply to study at USC Gympie16 January 2015
The Gympie campus of USC is going from strength to strength, with enrolments expected to exceed 200 students this year.
Record number receive offers to study at USC15 January 2015
USC is gearing up for its biggest year yet, with a record number of people receiving offers today to begin study here in 2015.
Nursing Science remains most popular degree15 January 2015
The most sought-after study program at USC for 2015 is its Bachelor of Nursing Science.
Travel scholarships boost USC projects in Indonesia15 January 2015
Four USC staff and students have been awarded travel scholarships by Garuda Indonesia Airline to pursue new teaching, research and study projects in Indonesia.
Top ten award for USC’s Innovation Centre14 January 2015
The work of USC's Innovation Centre in assisting the startup and growth of new businesses across the region has earned an international award.
Wound Solutions Clinic at USC earns award13 January 2015
The Wound Solutions Clinic at USC has received a special industry award for its commitment to compassionate and innovative patient care.
USC graduate designs her dream career12 January 2015
USC graduate Carla McRae is quickly making a name for herself after launching her own graphic design and illustration business, The Paper Beast, in Melbourne.
The Book of Everything will delight everyone8 January 2015
USC drama students will soon present a highly acclaimed children’s play about a kind boy with a wild imagination and some very strange friends.
USC team to contest property development final7 January 2015
A USC team has beaten competitors from across the Asia-Pacific to reach the final of the Pacific Rim Real Estate Society International Feasibility Competition.