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 a 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 remain involved.
We look forward to staying connected and, with your support, continuing to build a great USC.
Congratulations to the 2018 Outstanding Alumni Award recipients. L to R: Ashleigh Morris, Sean Hurley and Angela Harrison.
USC Alumni - The benefits of studying at USC continue long after graduation
The latest alumni news
Rock lobster could unlock genetics of kids’ kidneys
Cutting-edge genetic research into changing the sex of rock lobsters could hold the key to a PhD graduate from the University of the Sunshine Coast helping find a cure for a deadly children’s kidney disease.
UN visit inspires students to be world leaders
A career working for the United Nations is a step closer for USC Business graduate Kate Whitaker after she was identified as a future global trailblazer.
Drama graduate takes centre stage in Darwin
Creative Industries graduate Tremayne Gordon of Pomona is making his mark as a playwright and actor in theatres around the country.
USC interns get bakslap for hard work
Seven USC students are gaining invaluable work experience as interns while helping a local entrepreneur prepare to launch an innovative sun-safety product.
Horse study wins award for USC planning graduate
A USC graduate’s innovative research into drought-proofing the nation’s horse properties has won a state award for emerging town planners.
Serious game developers claim national awards
Representatives of USC’s Serious Games discipline have beaten teams of full-time game developers to feature among the winners at Australia’s biggest independent games awards.