2023 Spring graduation dates
Your invitation will be emailed to you approximately 6 weeks prior to your ceremony.
The invitation will include the date and time of your ceremony.
Graduands are to arrive at their ceremony venue 90 minutes prior to the ceremony start time.
Southbank, Caboolture and Moreton Bay graduands only
- Venue: Auditorium, UniSC Moreton Bay, 1 Moreton Parade, Petrie, QLD 4502
- Date: Monday 25 September 2023
- Ceremony 1, 10am: All programs except for Bachelor of Nursing and Nursing (Graduate Entry)
- Ceremony 2, 1pm: Bachelor of Nursing and Nursing (Graduate Entry)- Graduands with Last name beginning A-K
- Ceremony 3, 4pm: Bachelor of Nursing and Nursing (Graduate Entry)- Graduands with Last name beginning L-Z
Fraser Coast graduands only
- Venue: Beach House Hotel, 344 The Esplanade, Scarness, QLD 4655
- Date: Thursday 12 October 2023
- Ceremony 1, 3pm: All schools
Sippy Downs, Gympie and Online graduands only
- Venue: UniSC Arena, 32 Olympic Way, Sippy Downs, QLD 4556
- Dates: Thursday 28 and Friday 29 September 2023
- Please see drop down box below for Sunshine Coast ceremony details.
All dates and details are correct at the time of publishing but are subject to change. Please wait for your official invitation from UniSC before making arrangements to attend graduation ceremonies.
2024 Autumn graduation dates to be confirmed shortly.
Whether you're finishing your studies or showing your support from the crowd, here's everything you need to know about graduating at UniSC.
Get ready to graduate
Graduation is an exciting time for everyone but there are a few things you'll need to do to prepare and to make sure you're eligible.
Everything you need to know about your Graduation day, including where to be and when.
Congratulations, you are now a UniSC graduate! But it's not over yet, in fact your journey is just beginning.
Share the streaming links with family and friends who can't make it in person.
Unlocking secrets of crocodile sounds part of University Medallist’s life-changing quest28 Apr
Unhappy, trapped in nine to five customer service management job in Brisbane, Sonnie Flores took a giant leap of faith to get her spark back.
Medallist finds success with late start to university6 Oct 2022
It started with a niggling feeling he wanted to do more with his life and led to former Hervey Bay retail worker Tim Byford being awarded the University of the Sunshine Coast’s highest academic honour.