UniSC Caboolture commenced in 2018 and is a shared campus with TAFE Queensland. As part of the Moreton Bay region, UniSC Caboolture is approximately 25 kilometers north of UniSC Moreton Bay and 50 kilometers south of UniSC Sunshine Coast.
UniSC Caboolture provides a transformational opportunity for the local community to undertake quality higher education qualifications or enabling programs in a supportive, inclusive learning environment.
The campus offers collaborative learning spaces, interactive technologies, computer labs, student common rooms, café, sports court, campus library and modern nursing labs, where nursing students build practical skills and work with industry-standard equipment in a simulated hospital environment.
You can study the following degrees in full at UniSC Caboolture:
You can also study selected courses from UniSC's Tertiary Preparation Pathway to prepare for university study.
UniSC Caboolture also offers courses through the Headstart program.
Enrolled students can access computers and the Student Commons Building using their UniSC student ID card weekdays from 7am - 6pm. The campus is usually closed on weekends and public holidays, unless otherwise arranged.
For current computer information refer to Computers on campus.
UniSC 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 UniSC Sunshine Coast campus and a 30-minute drive north of the UniSC Moreton Bay campus.
Learn more about transport and parking
Student services and facilities
UniSC Caboolture offers all student services, including academic and study support, library and IT services, counselling, health and wellbeing support, Indigenous Services and more.
The library is a shared space with TAFE Queensland. It is open 8am - 4pm Monday - Friday.
Student Central is your first point of contact for anything student related.
Exploring the nursing journeys of UniSC Caboolture students4 Aug
A project was undertaken by nearly 120 nursing students from UniSC, where they acquired name badges for their uniforms.
Local high school students get a headstart toward their careers in health27 Jun
As part of a Higher Education Participation and Partnerships Program (HEPPP) initiative, Caboolture Health Experience has been meticulously designed to offer valuable opportunities for eligible high school students in the local community.
Empowering Change: Meet Rebecca Castledine5 Oct 2022
UniSC Graduate Rebecca Castledine, who started as a mature-aged Indigenous student completing a Tertiary Preparation Pathway course at Caboolture, shares her incredible journey into the university world and how she got to graduating with a dual degree of a Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Criminology and Justice.