So, we focus on building a safe, supportive and fun learning environment where bonds are made, where lifelong friendships are created, and inspiring collaborations are forged.
Our university community is made up of many people, with many stories, from different backgrounds, cultures and geographical locations. Our goal is to encourage a diverse community that listens to one another, ensuring all voices are heard.
We recognise there are many rich layers that make up our past, present and future. Our community is invited to uncover these layers so they can form much deeper connections and lasting memories. After all, aren’t those lasting, meaningful memories what the university experience should be about? Because who you connect with today, can make a lasting impact far into your future.
Stay connected with a global network of graduates.
Connect your students with university and support their transition to further study.
Help your child explore their study and career options.
Connect with UniSC to recruit a student or graduate, partner in research, upskill and keep pace with industry trends.
Explore current opportunities and learn more about working at UniSC.
Link with others with an interest in capacity building, consultancy and study tours abroad.
Open to the public
You don't have to be a student to enjoy UniSC's world-class facilities. Attend events and make use of our services for everyone.
Access world-class sport and fitness facilities or join a local team.
Providing students with practical experience and professional services to the wider community.
UniSC has the largest collection of art in the Sunshine Coast and runs a program of curated projects and national touring exhibitions.
Never stop learning. Discover short courses, and continuing education at UniSC.
Walk around and enjoy the environment. Why not stop for a bite and enjoy the retail and eateries.
UniSC libraries offer a comprehensive range of services and collections and they are open to everyone.
Host your event at UniSC
UniSC offers tailored venue hire and catering needs
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The time young people spend on screens has been linked with an array of mental health issues, Dr Rachael Sharman and Associate Professor Michael Nagel write for The Conversation
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The health of the Sunshine Coast’s beaches, headlands, lower estuaries and coastal lagoons are in the spotlight after a regional-first investigation that will help shape the future of the Biosphere’s coastline.