USC Sport provides first-class facilities, programs and services for University students, staff, graduates and sporting groups in the Sunshine Coast community.
The USC Sport offices are located at Sippy Downs in the Sports Stadium, beside the Athletics Track.
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Get involved in sport at USC
USC Sport provides a wide variety of free social sport programs, available to students and staff. It is a great way to keep fit and meet new people in a social environment.
No team necessary, just turn up and get involved!
Become a USC High Performance Student Athlete
USC’s High Performance Student Athlete program has been designed to enable you to achieving excellence in both your sport and your study.
Compete as the USC Spartans and represent USC in University Games and Championships. Join students from over 40 universities across Australia to compete in a wide range of sports.
USC Sports Awards
In recognition of outstanding performances, the USC Sports Awards honour USC student athletes' commitment and drive to succeed in sport.
USC sports news
Flag bearer to raise sporting hopes on Coast
The Australian flag bearer for the 2018 Commonwealth Games and captain of the gold medal winning field hockey team Mark Knowles will share his journey as an elite athlete on Tuesday 23 October at USC.
USC sport scientist to lead swim team to Tokyo
A USC academic who led the Australian team into the stadium as an athlete at the Sydney 2000 Paralympic Games has put his hand up again to lead the way towards success at the Tokyo Games in 2020.
USC leaps at chance to partner with Brisbane Bullets
Basketball will become the next high-performance sport in the spotlight at the University of the Sunshine Coast, with USC now the official university partner of NBL club Brisbane Bullets.
Athletes to share love of reading with schoolkids
Student athletes from USC are gearing up to share their favourite books with students from Kuluin State School during Book Week.
Spartans at their peak for Para Pan Pacs
Eight USC Spartans para swimmers will head to Cairns this week to prepare for the 2018 Pan Pacific Para Championships, known as the Para Pan Pacs, from 9-13 August.
Sport and research make a perfect match
Shooting goals, protecting goals, and using research to achieve sporting goals will be among the topics kicked about at a special High Performance Sport presentation on Monday 16 July as part of USC’s annual Research Showcase.