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Helping more students

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The "go to" person for support

Marj is a self proclaimed go-getter when it comes to fighting for people’s rights

The "go to" person for support

Hey mate, how are you doing?

Some people identify themselves with their disability. They say ‘I can’t’ when in reality they’re saying ‘I won’t’.

Hey mate, how are you doing?

I had to overcome barriers. But I had a goal.

Graduation was a special moment for young mum, Natasha Hawkins. Support from the Buranga Centre and Indigenous entry pathways paved the way for study success.

I had to overcome barriers. But I had a goal.

Determined to improve educational outcomes for Aboriginal Australians.

"Find something you love doing and you can move mountains. The kicker is, you will move them without knowing you're doing it." (Brendan Powell)

Determined to improve educational outcomes for Aboriginal Australians.

Making dreams happen

What happens when aspiring university graduates need extra help to break the mould shaped by difficult circumstances involving health, finances, family or culture?

At the University of the Sunshine Coast, they are welcomed and supported in a myriad of ways from scholarships to counselling, academic innovation to special facilities.

Backing these students are staff members and outside benefactors with the will and the resources to change lives.

As our anniversary year continues, we celebrate the dreams fulfilled and the people who have made a difference in the lives of many.

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