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 events
Fraser Coast Graduation
At USC, we have been looking forward to this event since we opened the doors to our Fraser Coast campus in January 2016. Now, our second cohort of graduating students are ready to cross the stage and receive their degrees – and we’d love you to help celebrate their achievements.
USC Fraser Coast news
Social worker to take caring ethos into classrooms
After a decade working in frontline child protection, Hervey Bay's Tanya Jackson is planning to transition her skills from social work to the school environment.
Love sends mountain guide soaring on new path
Following his heart has taken Himalayan mountain bike guide Jay Lama from riding among the highest peaks in the world to studying nursing at USC’s Fraser Coast campus.
USC awards Fraser Coast’s top educator
A cooking and gardening program helping to transform opportunities for Hervey Bay Special School students has earned senior teacher Kathleen Heath the title of USC Fraser Coast Educator of the Year.
Wild fairy-wrens taught stranger danger
Researchers may have found a way to improve the survival chances of endangered birds bred in captivity after training wild fairy-wrens to recognise danger warnings from other species.
Free talk on Plastic Ocean
To mark the start of the Ocean Festival, USC will unveil a massive art projection and present a free public lecture on the impact of marine debris on sea life tomorrow.
School is in for new USC Education graduates
Just a few weeks after completing USC’s Primary Education degree, Rachel Sewell and Julie Anne Curtis have made a quick transition to become teachers at Hervey Bay’s Pialba State School.