UniSC Fraser Coast is located in the heart of Hervey Bay, with easy access to USC’s K'gari-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.
You can study the following degrees in full at UniSC Fraser Coast:
- Undergraduate Certificate in Allied Health Assistance
- Undergraduate Certificate in Animal Ecology
- Undergraduate Certificate in Education (Primary)
- Undergraduate Certificate in Health
- Diploma in Allied Health Assistance
- Diploma in Animal Ecology
- Diploma in Business
- Diploma in Education Studies (Early Childhood) – Available online
- Diploma in Education Studies (Primary)
- Diploma in General Studies
- Diploma in Social and Human Services
You can also study selected courses from UniSC's Tertiary Preparation Pathway to prepare for university study.
UniSC Fraser Coast also offers courses through the Headstart program.
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Student services and facilities
UniSC student services include academic and study support, library and IT services, counselling, health and wellbeing support, Indigenous Services and more.
Enrolled students have 24/7 access to the UniSC Fraser Coast library for study purposes and can access study spaces on campus using their UniSC student ID card.
Student Central is your first point of contact for anything student related.
K'gari-Fraser Island Research and Learning Centre
UniSC's research centre on the World Heritage-listed Fraser Island
UniSC Fraser Coast news
Sisters take different paths to the same degree23 Feb
There are many options when it comes to choosing the right time to start a degree – just ask sisters Kaitlyn and Sophie Ryan.
Lessons to learn from previous triple La Niña threats2 Sep 2022
With regions such as the Fraser Coast and Gympie on alert for a rare third consecutive La Niña, University of the Sunshine Coast flood historian Dr Margaret Cook says there is much we can learn from previous events.
It’s all about community for NAIDOC lifetime achievement award winner13 Jul 2022
Celebrating his heritage and the traditions of his people – and encouraging the wider community to do the same – is what drives Indigenous University of the Sunshine Coast engagement officer Les Raveneau.