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Giving to USC

Your support makes a 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 by leaving a bequest. If you are USC staff you can support students 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.

Make an online donation, and make a difference today.

Giving opportunities

There are many ways to give. Explore these options or contact the Development Office to discuss opportunities in person.

Student scholarships

Support students and build a brighter future for us all.

USC 1996 Society

Join the giving club that inspires conversation and action 

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Leave a bequest

Supporting USC through a gift in your will is a wonderful way to leave a lasting legacy.

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Support research

Support research and drive breakthroughs with your generosity and bring new initiatives to our world.

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Staff giving

Your donation will directly support USC students by growing USC's Study Support Bursary.

Latest News

USC Newsroom
USC leads rollout of critical vaccine for koalas
15 October

USC is leading a Phase 3 rollout of a koala chlamydia vaccine that has been developed collaboratively over many years with many partners, including the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital.

Graduate milestone for USC’s Thompson Institute
29 September

USC Australia celebrated a milestone in boosting the region’s expertise in mental health and neuroscience with the graduation of the first students to complete postgraduate coursework at USC’s Thompson Institute.

Passion for Coast community leads to award
24 September

Having dedicated her career to helping others, including addressing high suicide rates on the Sunshine Coast, Elise Jione of USC’s Thompson Institute has won a top award for her work.

General enquiries

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

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