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Giving to USC

Your support makes the world of difference

When you donate to USC, every dollar has a lasting impact. You can help a student excel, create research which improves lives or give back to your community through the USC Art Gallery or any USC campus locations. Your gift today can truly change the future.

You can donate online to a number of USC's priority areas, or engage in specific giving programs such as the USC 1996 Society, Student Scholarship program and the USC Bequest program. If you are USC staff you can do the same through Starfish Staff Giving.

If you would like to support Research at USC, the opportunities are almost endless so please contact the Development Office to discuss.

USC is very grateful to our donors, supporters and friends, all of whom contribute significantly to our continuing development.

USC 1996 Society

Learn more about this giving club that inspires conversation and action 

Student Scholarship

Learn more about how supporting a student today helps build a brighter future for us all.

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Leave a bequest

Supporting USC through a gift in your will is a wonderful way to make a lasting impact. Learn more...

Latest News

USC Newsroom
New scholarship for Moreton Bay students starts 2021
5 November

A dedicated Rotarian who 20 years ago was promoting literacy and numeracy around the world to help young people lift themselves out of poverty is the honorary namesake of a new scholarship for undergraduates at the USC Moreton Bay campus.

USC Chancellor's Medallist Myles Kreis
Fraser Coast graduate gains Chancellor’s Medal
8 October

Completing international internships, gaining Australia’s most prestigious global study scholarship and taking on a host of leadership roles were some of the unexpected benefits of a remarkable education journey for USC Fraser Coast graduate Myles Kreis.

Research finds new way to help frail older people
30 September

A $6.9 million global research project involving USC as the only Australian partner has developed a new monitoring and intervention system to slow or even reverse the progression of frailty among older adults.

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Over many years, this publication has become our connection with staff, students, community members and alumni all around the world.

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General enquiries

Tel: +61 7 5430 1104
Email: development@usc.edu.au

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