Why study at USC Caboolture
USC Caboolture offers a hands-on campus experience halfway between Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast.
The campus includes collaborative learning spaces, interactive technologies, computer labs, student common rooms, sporting facilities, a campus library, and the Health Learning and Simulation Centre, where nursing students build practical skills and work with industry-standard equipment in a simulated hospital environment.
The new Caboolture campus is a natural extension of USC’s ongoing presence in the local community, and our plans to open a major USC Moreton Bay campus in Petrie in 2020. From 2020 onwards, the two USC campuses will operate in conjunction to deliver innovative, quality university education for the entire Moreton Bay region.
USC Caboolture offers full degree programs in business, commerce, education and nursing, along with first-year courses in creative industries.
USC Caboolture also offers courses through the Headstart program.
USC Caboolture is located at 80-106 Tallon Street, Caboolture, just a few minutes from the Caboolture train station.
The campus is approximately a 35-minute drive south of the USC Sunshine Coast campus.
Transport and parking
USC Caboolture is easily accessible by public transport, including bus, train or taxi. The campus is within easy reach of the Caboolture train station, and is well serviced by local buses. For route and fare information visit the Translink website.
USC staff and students have access to a free shuttle bus service between the campus and Caboolture train station during semester.
There are designated disabled, loading and visitor parking areas on campus. Students and staff may use any other marked parking areas free of charge.
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More than 4,000 receive offers to study at USC
A record number of people have received offers to begin degrees at the University of the Sunshine Coast in Semester 1 this year.
USC arrives at Caboolture campus
USC has officially arrived in the Moreton Bay Region, moving into the university campus previously run by QUT on Tallon Street, Caboolture.
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Caboolture boilermaker changes career to become engineer
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