USC Fraser Coast is located in the heart of Hervey Bay, with easy access to USC’s Fraser Island Research and Learning Centre.
Campus facilities include interactive learning technologies, simulated nursing wards, specialist science laboratories, a student library, a Makerspace, collaborative study areas and computer labs.
USC Fraser Coast offers full degree programs in animal ecology, business, commerce, human services, sport science, nursing and education.
You can also study a selection of first-year courses from a range of USC programs, and then complete the remainder of your degree at USC Sunshine Coast.
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Enrolled students have 24/7 access to the USC Fraser Coast library for study purposes and can access study spaces on campus using their USC student ID card from 7.30am–5.30pm Monday to Friday during Semester.
USC Fraser Coast is located in the Hervey Bay central business district, a short walk from local shops and cafes and is easily accessible by car and bicycle.
Wide Bay Transit buses link USC Fraser Coast with all major shopping centres and suburbs of Hervey Bay and Maryborough.
Refer to the USC Fraser Coast campus map (PDF 944KB)
USC Fraser Coast news
Island internship immerses students in eco-tourism
USC tourism students are being offered the opportunity to expand their learning and career prospects though an internship on World Heritage-listed K’gari-Fraser Island.
New students boost numbers at USC Fraser Coast
USC is welcoming more than 140 new students to its Fraser Coast campus tomorrow with a Semester 2 Orientation program filled with social and academic activities to introduce them to university life.
Plastic Ocean: Free lecture with powerful message
USC will unveil a massive art installation and present a free public lecture on the impact of marine debris on sea life to mark the start of the Hervey Bay Ocean Festival.
Asha is a shining light for Fraser Coast students
She is achieving near-perfect grades, but former hairdresser Asha Sara says she is gaining much more than academic success from her experience at USC’s Fraser Coast campus.
Have a health check at USC Open Day
Free health checks that could improve lives, and university and career advice that could be life-changing, are on offer to visitors to USC’s Fraser Coast campus this Saturday.
Career swap opens up new world for Davina
After seven years on the airwaves, Triple M radio presenter Davina Ebenezer swapped her microphone for a stethoscope to study nursing at USC Fraser Coast – and it is a story she is keen to share.