Orientation to USC Sunshine Coast

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Orientation to USC Sunshine Coast

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What to attend?

We have a jam-packed program for you, running from Monday 19 to Thursday 22 February. Day one kicks off from 9am with some super handy study skills sessions followed by the USC Market Day. The Welcome and Year Group photo is at 10am on the lawn by the flagpoles.

Day two is your Faculty Day which we've tailored just for you and your program. View the timetable below to see which Faculty Day you should attend and arrive by 10am for the Official Welcome. You'll then head to your program information session to find out all you need to know about your program - you don't want to miss this.

If you have difficulties accessing any Orientation activities or information due to a disability, learning disorder, injury or illness, please contact our Disability Services team in advance so they can assist you.

Get ready for Orientation!

  1. Download the Orientation to USC Sunshine Coast Coast program
  2. Print it
  3. Highlight your sessions so you know your schedule for the day

P.S. We'll have plenty of printed programs on the day.

Monday 19 February - Your Market Day and Academic Study Skills Sessions

In addition to stalls and live entertainment, there are a number of other activities and sessions during Market Day that will help you prepare for study.

We've planned sessions around the skills and information most relevant to you at this time of your student career. These sessions will equip you with the academic, research and IT literacy skills to get you off to a great start. You can also learn more about the services provided at USC and how to access them.

The below information is correct at the time of publishing. Please check back regularly for any changes.

Session

Session time

Information

Location

Referencing basics 9–9:45am Learn when, where, how and why to acknowledge the work of others in your writing. Building K, Lecture Theatre 1 (LT1)

Time management

9–9:45am

Learn some simple steps to manage your time more effectively.

Building K, Lecture Theatre 2 (LT2)

Listening, Reading & note-taking

9–9:45am

Examine active listening and note taking strategies.

Building K, Lecture Theatre 6 (LT6)

IT Essentials

9–9:45am

An overview of the University’s IT systems, including a brief introduction to Blackboard, USC Central, your student email, the IT support services, getting connected to WIFI, and other IT services available.

Building I, Lecture Theatre 3 (LT3)

Enrolment Assistance

10:30am–2pm

Need help enrolling in your courses? Drop by anytime to get help sorting out your timetable before classes begin.

Building D, Ground Floor, Room 44 (DG.44)

Official Welcome to USC and Year Group Photo

10–10:30am

The event will open with a Welcome to Country and Official Welcome, followed by the 2018 Year Group Photo.

The Flagpoles, between building B and K 

Market Day and entertainment

10am-2pm

Check out the awesome market stalls, pick up some freebies, enjoy live music performances  over the lunch break from USC Music students and watch the nationally acclaimed USC Dementors play a fast paced Quidditch match! Explore the on-campus eateries and take advantage of their Orientation specials! 

Market Square precinct, Lawn between building D and I

Your Health and Wellbeing at uni

10:45–11:15am

Advice for first year students on how to manage mental wellbeing while studying, working, and staying social. Presented by student club, USC Active Minds!

Building C, Lecture Theatre 7 (LT7) 

Intro to Blackboard

10:45am–12:30pm

Blackboard. You'll hear that word a lot at USC, so what is it? Blackboard is your learning management system you will use to access:

  • online study materials for lectures and tutorials
  • announcements and notifications
  • discussion boards and forums
  • assignment submission

Get a head start in this hands-on session by learning how to use Blackboard, navigate your course information and find useful resources.

Building J, Level 2, Rooms 3, 4 & 9 (J2.03, J2.04 and J2.09)

Discover the Library

11–11:30am

Discover the world of academic information. Library staff will demonstrate the value of all that can be found through the library’s virtual and physical spaces.

Building K, Lecture Theatre 5 (LT5)

Critical thinking for assignments

11–11:45am

An introduction to critical thinking and reading for university studies. At university, the ability to critically analyse the texts you read is often an important component of a wide variety of assessment items.

Building K, Lecture Theatre 1 (LT1)

Referencing basics 11–11:45am Learn when, where, how and why to acknowledge the work of others in your writing.

Building K, Lecture Theatre 2 (LT2)

Time management

11–11:45am

Learn some simple steps to manage your time more effectively.

Building K, Lecture Theatre 6 (LT6)

Planning your Study: majors and minors

11am–12noon

Learn how to plan your study with majors and minors. Learn about the options available within your program and plan your progress through your degree. Student Advisers will explain your program structure and show you how to map out your course enrolments for future semesters.

Building D, Ground Floor, Room 40 (DG.40)

IT Essentials

11:30am–12:15pm

An overview of the University’s IT systems, including a brief introduction to Blackboard, USC Central, your student email, the IT support services, getting connected to WIFI, and other IT services available.

Building I, Lecture Theatre 3 (LT3)

Study Overseas overview

11:30am–12:15pm

Would you like to travel overseas and experience different cultures, all while earning credit towards your USC degree? If you are an enrolled domestic or international student studying a full degree program, you may be eligible to study overseas! Come along to find out more.

Building I, Lecture Theatre 4 (LT4)

Discover the Library

12:30–1pm

Discover the world of academic information. Library staff will demonstrate the value of all that can be found through the library’s virtual and physical spaces.

Building K, Lecture Theatre 5 (LT5)

Planning your Study: majors and minors 12:30–1:30pm

Learn how to plan your study with majors and minors. Learn about the options available within your program and plan your progress through your degree. Student Advisers will explain your program structure and show you how to map out your course enrolments for future semesters.

Building D, Ground Floor, Room 40 (DG.40)

Referencing basics

1–1:45pm

Learn when, where, how and why to acknowledge the work of others in your writing.

Building K, Lecture Theatre 6 (LT6)

Critical thinking for assignments

1–1:45pm

An introduction to critical thinking and reading for university studies. At university, the ability to critically analyse the texts you read is often an important component of a wide variety of assessment items.

Building K, Lecture Theatre 2 (LT2)

Listening, Reading & note-taking

1–1:45pm

Examine active listening and note taking strategies.

Building K, Lecture Theatre 1 (LT1)

Your Health and Wellbeing at uni

1–1:30pm

Advice for first year students on how to manage mental wellbeing while studying, working, and staying social. Presented by student club, USC Active Minds!

Building C, Lecture Theatre 7 (LT7)

Intro to Blackboard

1–1:45pm

Blackboard. You'll hear that word a lot at USC, so what is it? Blackboard is your learning management system you will use to access:

  • online study materials for lectures and tutorials
  • announcements and notifications
  • discussion boards and forums
  • assignment submission

Get a head start in this hands-on session by learning how to use Blackboard, navigate your course information and find useful resources.

Building J, Level 2, Rooms 3, 4 & 9 (J2.03, J2.04 and J2.09)

Study Overseas overview

1:30–2:15pm

Would you like to travel overseas and experience different cultures, all while earning credit towards your USC degree? If you are an enrolled domestic or international student studying a full degree program, you may be eligible to study overseas! Come along to find out more.

Building I, Lecture Theatre 4 (LT4)

Discover the Library

1:30–2pm

Discover the world of academic information. Library staff will demonstrate the value of all that can be found through the library’s virtual and physical spaces.

Building K, Lecture Theatre 5 (LT5)

IT Essentials

1:45–2:30pm

An overview of the University’s IT systems, including a brief introduction to Blackboard, USC Central, your student email, the IT support services, getting connected to WIFI, and other IT services available.

Building I, Lecture Theatre 3 (LT3)

Approaches to Study at USC

2–3pm

Enhance your understanding about academic expectations at USC and learn how to get the most out of your study. This workshop is recommended for international students.

Building K, Lecture Theatre 8 (LT8)

High Performance Student Athlete Program Launch

2–3:30pm

Induction session for students participating in the High-Performance Student Athlete Program.

Building C, Lecture Theatre 7 (LT7)

High Performance Student Athlete Program Induction

3:45–4:45pm

For students participating in the High-Performance Student Athlete Program.

Building E, Ground Level, Room 13 (EG.13)

Program Information Sessions for Faculty of Arts, Business and Law

You’ll find out details of what you will be studying, meet your teaching staff and hear from some current students studying your program. You'll learn about your program structure and requirements, what’s covered in your lectures and tutorials, and what the program can help you achieve to reach your career and study goals.

Note:

  • Please check your Program session date carefully.
  • If you're studying a double degree you should attend both program sessions. If you're studying a double degree you may need to attend on both Tuesday and Wednesday Faculty Days. Please contact studentevents@usc.edu.au if you are unsure of how to plan your Orientation Program due to studying a double degree.
  • Postgraduate and Honours programs for Faculty of Arts, Business and Law are on Thursday 22 February.
  • International Students should attend the faculty day which the majority of their course sits within. International Students can contact study@usc.edu.au for information on their Orientation Schedule.
  • If your program session is not listed on this program, please contact studentevents@usc.edu.au

The program is correct at the time of publishing. Please check back regularly for any changes.

Session

Session time

Location

International Student Orientation Session *Compulsory for new International students

8:30–9:30am

Building K, Lecture Theatre 1 (LT1)

Official Welcome to USC from the Faculty Executive Dean and current students.

Followed by your program information session - find your program from the list below for time and location.

9:30–10am

Brasserie Lawn

Discover the Library - Discover the world of academic information. Library staff will demonstrate the value of all that can be found through the library’s virtual and physical spaces.

10:30–11am

Building K, Lecture Theatre 5 (LT5)

Planning your Study: majors and minors - Learn how to plan your study with majors and minors. Learn about the options available within your program and plan your progress through your degree. Student Advisers will explain your program structure and show you how to map out your course enrolments for future semesters.

10:30–11:30am

Building D, Ground Floor, Room 40 (DG.40)

IT Essentials - An overview of the University’s IT systems, including a brief introduction to Blackboard, USC Central, your student email, the IT support services, getting connected to WIFI, and other IT services available.

11:30am–12:30pm

Building K, Lecture Theatre 5 (LT5)

Enrolment Assistance - Need help enrolling in your courses? Drop by anytime to get help sorting out your courses.

10:30am–2pm

Building D, Ground Floor, Rooms 44 and 45 (DG.44/45)

Free Lunch – Enjoy a free BBQ lunch and live music while you catch up with students in your program.

12noon–1pm

Market Square precinct, Lawn between building D and I

School of Business – Get some lunch and drop-in to the Business marquee to talk to your first year coordinators and learn more about your program.

12noon–1:30pm

Market Square (Business Marquee)

School of Communication and Creative Industries (SoCCI)Grab a BBQ lunch and head over to the SoCCI marquee to get to know your fellow students through some social activities! Afterwards, listen to a presentation by the talented creative and past SoCCI student,  Matt Haynes. Your program coordinators and current SoCCI students will also be present at the marquee to host a Q&A session and to answer student queries.

12noon–2pm

Market Square (SoCCI marquee)

Intro to Blackboard - Get a head start in this hands-on session by learning how to use Blackboard, navigate your course information and find useful resources.

1–2pm

Building K, Lecture Theatre 5 (LT5)

School of Business

School of Business First Year Information Session - for all Business Students

(Bachelor of Business)

10:30–11:30am

Building C, Lecture Theatre 7 (LT7)

Bachelor of Business (International Business)

11:30am–12:30pm

Building H1, Ground Floor, Room 51 (H1G.51)

Bachelor of Business (Tourism, Leisure and Events Management)

11:30am–12:30pm

Building K, Lecture Theatre 8 (LT8)

Bachelor of Information and Communications Technology

11:30am–12:30pm

Building H1, Ground Floor, Room 45 (H1G.45)

Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)

Bachelor of Commerce (Financial Planning)

11:30am–12:30pm

Building I, Lecture Theatre 4 (LT4)

Bachelor of Business (Marketing)

1:30–3pm

Building E, Ground Floor, Room 22 (EG.22)

Bachelor of Business (Management)

Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management)

1:30–3pm

Building I, Lecture Theatre 4 (LT4)

School of Communication and Creative Industries

Bachelor of Communication

10:30am–12noon

Building E, Ground Floor, Room 22 (EG.22)

Bachelor of Creative Industries

10:30am–12noon

Building K, Lecture Theatre 6 (LT6)

Bachelor of Journalism

10:30am–12noon

Building D, Level 1, Room 49 (D1.49)

Studying a Language at USC (Diploma in Languages - this session is open to all students to attend)

10:30am–12noon

Building D, Level 1, Room 50 (D1.50)

Bachelor of Creative Writing

10:30am–12noon

Building D, Level 1, Room 48 (D1.48)

Bachelor of Design

Bachelor of Design & Communication

Bachelor of Design & Marketing

10:30am–12noon

Building D, Ground Floor, Rooms 47 and 48 (DG.47/48)

Bachelor of Serious Games

10:30am–12noon

Building E, Ground Floor, Room 13 (EG.13)

Serious Games Board Game Session

2–4pm

Building E, Ground Floor, Room 13 (EG.13)

School of Social Sciences

Bachelor of Urban Design and Town Planning (Hons) 

10:30am–12noon

Building E, Level 1, Room 20 (E1.20)

Bachelor of Social Science

10:30am–12noon

Building E, Ground Floor, Room 23 (EG.23)

Bachelor of International Studies

10:30am–12noon

Building E, Ground Floor, Room 20 (EG.20)

Bachelor of Counselling

10:30am–12noon

Building H1, Ground Floor, Room 52 (H1G.52)

Bachelor of Arts

1:30–3pm

Building H1, Ground Floor, Room 45 (H1G.45)

Undergraduate Psychology

  • Bachelor of Psychology (Hons)
  • Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology)

1:30–3pm

Building K, Lecture Theatre 2 (LT2)

Bachelor of Human Services

Bachelor of Social Work

1:30–3pm

Building K, Lecture Theatre 8 (LT8)

School of Law

Bachelor of Criminology and Justice 

10:30am–12noon

Building I, Lecture Theatre 3 (LT3)

Bachelor of Laws

Bachelor of Laws (Graduate Entry)

1:30–3pm

Building I, Lecture Theatre 3 (LT3)

Program Information Sessions for Faculty of Science, Health, Education and Engineering

You’ll find out details of what you will be studying, meet your teaching staff and hear from some current students studying your program. You'll learn about your program structure and requirements, what is covered in your lectures and tutorials, and what the program can help you achieve to reach your career and study goals.

Note:

  • Please check your Program session date carefully.
  • If you're studying a double degree you should attend both program sessions. If you're studying a double degree you may need to attend on both Tuesday and Wednesday Faculty Days. Please contact studentevents@usc.edu.au if you are unsure of how to plan your Orientation Program due to studying a double degree.
  • If your program session is not listed on this program, please contact studentevents@usc.edu.au
  • International Students should attend the faculty day which the majority of their course sits within. International Students can contact study@usc.edu.au for information on their Orientation Schedule.
  • If you're studying a program that requires you to undertake a placement, please start your pre-placement requirements now. Blue Card forms can take 6-12 weeks to process.

The program is correct at the time of publishing. Please check back regularly for any changes.

 

Session

Session time

Location

International Student Orientation Session *Compulsory for new International students

8:30–9:30am

Building K, Lecture Theatre 1 (LT1)

Official Welcome to USC from the Faculty Executive Dean and current students.

Followed by your program information session - find your program from the list below for time and location.

9:30–10am

Brasserie Lawn

Discover the Library - Discover the world of academic information. Library staff will demonstrate the value of all that can be found through the library’s virtual and physical spaces.

10:30–11am

Building K, Lecture Theatre 5 (LT5)

Planning your Study: majors and minors - Learn how to plan your study with majors and minors. Learn about the options available within your program and plan your progress through your degree. Student Advisers will explain your program structure and show you how to map out your course enrolments for future semesters.

10:30–11:30am

Building D, Ground Floor, Room 40 (DG.40)

Enrolment Assistance - Need help enrolling in your courses? Drop by anytime to get help sorting out your timetable before classes begin.

10:30am–2pm

Building D, Ground Floor, Rooms 44 and 45 (DG.44/45)

Approaches to Study at USC - Enhance your understanding about academic expectations at USC and learn how to get the most out of your study. This workshop is recommended for international students.

1–2pm

Building K, Lecture Theatre 8 (LT8)

 Intro to Blackboard - Get a head start in this hands-on session by learning how to use Blackboard, navigate your course information and find useful resources.

11:30am–12:30pm

Building D, Level 1, Room 49 (D1.49)

Free Lunch – Enjoy a free BBQ lunch and live music while you catch up with students in your program.

School of Education; Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine, Biomedical and Medical Lab Science: 

Grab lunch then head to your school or program’s marquee. Get to know your fellow students, meet your program coordinators and ask any questions.

12noon–1pm

Market Square precinct, Lawn between building D and I

Biomedical and Medical Lab Science drop in - If you're studying Biomedical Science, Medical Lab Science or Medical Science and want to know more about your program, visit us in the marquees at market square. Learn more about program requirements, meet your teaching staff and chat to some experienced students.

12noon–1pm Market Square 

Blue Cards *for Education Students only*: organise your Blue Card now and lodge it at Orientation during the lunch break under the Market Square marquees.

12noon–1:30pm Market Square 
IT Essentials - An overview of the University’s IT systems, including a brief introduction to Blackboard, USC Central, your student email, the IT support services, getting connected to WIFI, and other IT services available. 1–2pm

Building K, Lecture Theatre 5 (LT5)

Documentary Screening - An Inconvenient Sequel (2017)

USC Eco and Good Harvest Organics come together to bring science students and enthusiasts alike, a documentary screening of An Inconvenient Sequel (2017) during USC's 2018 Semester One Orientation Week. Members of USC Eco will be introducing the film, drawing on first hand experiences and local opportunities for us to better understand and practice sustainable energy consumption here on the Sunshine Coast. Join the Facebook Event.

5:30–8pm

Building K, Lecture Theatre 1 (LT1)

School of Engineering and Science

Bachelor of Animal Ecology

10:30–11:30am

Building I, Lecture Theatre 3 (LT3)

Associate Degree in Science

Bachelor of Science

Bachelor of Science (Honours)

Bachelor of Science (Honours) Deans Scholars

11:30am–12:30pm

Building K, Lecture Theatre 6 (LT6)

Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) (Honours)

Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) (Honours)

  • Includes Program Information Session and Breakout Session

10:30–11:30am

Building H1, Ground Floor, Room 45 (H1.G.45)

Bachelor of Environmental Management

Bachelor of Environmental Science

  • Includes Program Information Session and CAVE Tour

11:30am–12:30pm

Building I, Lecture Theatre 4 (LT4)

Health, Nursing and Sport Sciences

Associate Degree in Medical Laboratory Science

Bachelor of Biomedical Science

Bachelor of Biomedical Science (Accelerated)

  • Includes Program Information Session and Lab Tour

10:30am–12noon

Building K, Lecture Theatre 2 (LT2)

Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Science

1–2pm

Building K, Lecture Theatre 6 (LT6)

Bachelor of Health and Community Care Management

10:30–11:30am

Building D, Ground Floor, Room 47 and 48 (DG.47/48)

Bachelor of Health Science

11:30am–12:30pm

Building I, Lecture Theatre 3 (LT3)

Bachelor of Medical Science

10:30–11:30am

Building E, Level 1, Room 4 (E1.04)

Bachelor of Nursing Science

Bachelor of Nursing Science (Graduate Entry)

Bachelor of Nursing Science (Honours)

Master of Nursing (Clinical Leadership)

10:30–11:30am

Building K, Lecture Theatre 1 (LT1)

Bachelor of Midwifery

Bachelor of Midwifery (Honours)

Master of Midwifery

10:30–11:30am   Building E, Ground Floor, Room 14 (EG.14)

Bachelor of Nutrition

Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics

11:30am–12:30pm

Building K, Lecture Theatre 1 (LT1)

Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours)

11:30am–12:30pm

Building K, Lecture Theatre 2 (LT2)

Occupational Therapy Blue Card Session

1:30–2:30pm

Building K, Lecture Theatre 2 (LT2)

Bachelor of Paramedic Science

  • Includes Program Information Session and Lab Tour

10:30–12:45pm

Building C, Lecture Theatre 7 (LT7)

Bachelor of Paramedic Science - PAR101 Introduction

1:30–2:30pm

Building C, Lecture Theatre 7 (LT7)

Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science

1–2pm

Building K, Lecture Theatre 1 (LT1)

Bachelor of Sports Studies

1–2pm

Building K, Lecture Theatre 1 (LT1)

Diploma in Sport and Fitness

1–2pm

Building K, Lecture Theatre 1 (LT1)

Graduate Certificate in Nursing

 11:30am–12:30pm Building K, Lecture Theatre 1 (LT1)

Master of Health Promotion

11:30am–12:30pm

Building I, Lecture Theatre 3 (LT3)

University Pathways and Preparation

Tertiary Preparation Pathway (TPP)

10–11:30am

Innovation Centre

Tertiary Preparation Pathway (TPP) Meet and Greet

11:30am–12noon

Innovation Centre Lawn

Tertiary Preparation Pathway (TPP) and Indigenous Services Welcome session

1–5pm

Buranga Centre

School of Education

School of Education Welcome

10am-10:30am

Building C, Lecture Theatre 7 (LT7)

Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood)

10:30am–12:30pm

Building E, Ground Floor, Room 22 (EG.22)

Bachelor of Education (Secondary)

10:30am–12noon

Building K, Lecture Theatre 8 (LT8)

Bachelor of Primary Education

10:30am–12:30pm

Building E, Ground Floor, Room 13 (EG.13)

Bachelor of Recreation and Outdoor Environmental Studies

11:30am–12:30pm

Building K, Lecture Theatre 5 (LT5)

Master of Teaching (Primary)

Master of Teaching (Secondary)

10:30am–4:30pm  Building E, Ground Floor, Room 18 (EG.18)

Master of Education and Graduate Certificate in Education programs will not have a program session within Orientation week. Please contact your course coordinator for more information.

Program Information Sessions for postgraduate students in the Faculty of Arts, Business and Law.

You’ll find out details of what you will be studying, meet your teaching staff and hear from some current students studying your program. You'll learn about your program structure and requirements, what’s covered in your lectures and tutorials, and what the program can help you achieve to reach your career and study goals.

Note:

  • Please check your Program Session date carefully.
  • If your program session is not listed on this program, please contact studentevents@usc.edu.au

The program is correct at the time of publishing. Please check back regularly for any changes.

Session

Session time

Location

School of Business

Graduate Certificate in Business Administration
Graduate Certificate in Management 
Graduate Diploma in Business Administration
Master of Business Administration MBA
Master of Business Administration (Extended)
Master of International Business
Master of Management
Graduate Certificate in Business Research

10:30–11:30am

Building K, Lecture Theatre 5 (LT5)

Bachelor of Business (Honours)
Bachelor of Commerce (Honours)

11am–12noon

Building E, Ground Floor, Room 23 (EG.23)

School of Communication and Creative Industries

Bachelor of Communication (Honours)
Bachelor of Creative Industries (Honours)

11am–12noon

Building E, Ground Floor, Room 22 (EG.22)

Master of Professional Practice (Creative Writing)

1–2pm

Building I, Lecture Theatre 4 (LT4)

School of Social Sciences

Master of Social Work (Qualifying)

1–3pm

Building D, Ground Floor, Room 47/48 (DG.47/48)

Master of International Development

1–3pm

Building E, Ground Floor, Room 23 (EG.23)

Bachelor of Psychology (Honours)
Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology) (Honours)
Graduate Diploma in Psychology

1–3pm

Building H1, Ground Floor, Room 51 (H1.G.51)

Master of Counselling

1–3pm

Building D, Level 1, Room 49 (D1.49)

Thursday 22 February - Student Guild Day!

Check out the fun activities hosted by your Student Guild going on at the Uni Club.

Time Activity
10am–2pm

Lunch at the Uni Club

  • Free BBQ Lunch for the first 200 attendees! 
  • Live Music from USC Music! 
  • 12meter inflatable obstacle course and giveaways! 
  • Over 25 Student Clubs for students to join! 
11am

The Great Lake Race - SPECIAL EVENT

Run / Walk / Skip an easy 400m course around the lake. The first male and female will each win a 3 month Gym Membership from USC Sport, A USC Spartans T-Shirt, and their name engraved on the Great Race Trophy. Every participant will receive a free pool pass to the USC Pool! 

5–9pm

Trivia Night

Think you can beat your peers in a game of trivial pursuit? Have you dominated all the local pub trivias? Test your knowledge at the Student Guild Trivia night! The winning team will receive a special Guild Hamper. Teams of 5-8 must be registered in advance and places are limited! See our facebook page for more information.

Semester 1 Student Guild Events

Saturday 24 February | Student Guild Bus Trip: Eumundi Markets and Noosa Beach

Saturday 3 March | Student Guild Bus TripAustralia Zoo

Saturday 10 March | Masquerade Ball

Saturday 17 March | Winery & Brewery Tour

For information about Guild events and to register for the bus trips, visit uscstudentguild.org.au/events.

 

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