Welcome to the USC Alumni
Once you graduate from your first program at USC, you automatically become a member of the USC alumni - a global network of thousands of graduates dating back two decades. Past study abroad and student exchange students are also included.
As a member of the USC alumni, you immediately have access to a range of free benefits. We’ll also keep you up to date with all the news, events and exciting developments happening at your University.
This is just the start of our relationship.
As alumni, you are vital part of the USC family. And as advocates, advisors, guest speakers, returning students, donors, employers, student internship providers or industry partners, there are plenty of ways to stay involved.
We look forward to staying connected and, with your support, continuing to build a great USC.
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The latest alumni news
Perfect planning puts Bethany back in Bundaberg
A university internship at Bundaberg Regional Council has evolved into a job as one of the city’s strategic planners for new USC graduate Bethany Williams-Holthouse.
USC graduate gets social with new business
An entrepreneurial USC graduate from the Moreton Bay Region has set her career in full swing by launching her own social media business when she was still a student.
AFL fan pursues sporting management career
Aussie rules fan Mitchell Purvis of Eaton’s Hill is keen to fly high after recently graduating from the University of the Sunshine Coast with a Bachelor of Business (Management).
USC graduate aims to be a champion for children
New teaching graduate Kirsty Wright says switching from personal training to helping shape young minds is the best move she has ever made.
Rachael takes aim at environmental hazards
A USC graduate from Gympie is planning a career in helping prevent illnesses caused by harmful exposure to environmental hazards.
USC graduate enjoys healthy career outlook
Adding a degree in Computer-Based Design to her existing qualification in Communication has made USC graduate Sharon Young an in-demand employee in her job at a new Morayfield health clinic.