It's never too early - or late - for your child or student to explore their future study and career options.
As a parent, teacher or career adviser you play a valuable role in guiding them through their exciting journey to gain their first degree.
At USC, we provide a range of options to connect students with university to raise aspirations, provide information on their educational pathway and support the transition from school to university.
For parents we have created a dedicated space - the USC Parent Lounge - with all the info parents need to support their child on their journey to university.
For schools, find out more about our range of university experiences both on our campus and at your school as well as our outreach programs and resources for schools. We cater to students from years 5 to 12.
Schools and Parents News
Maryborough student has Headstart to Law degree
When Maryborough student Arty Clifford started a USC Law degree this year, he already had the inside track on university life.
Beachmere student gets Headstart to uni life
A high school student from Beachmere has gained a running start to university life after completing two courses through USC’s award-winning Headstart program.
Creative excellence on show at USC Art Gallery
A stunning collection of visual art by secondary school students from across the North Coast education region (south zone) will open at USC Art Gallery on Thursday 24 August at 6.30pm.
Exciting events planned for Science Week at USC
School students will experience what it’s like to be scientists and roboticists next week as USC stages a range of exciting events to celebrate National Science Week.
USC opens new pathways for high school students
USC and Maryborough State High School have signed an agreement that will open new entry pathways into the University for Year 12 students.
Chemistry to bind Mountain Creek with USC
An elaborate demonstration of chemistry in USC’s high-tech Cave2TM facility is expected to create some interesting reactions among the Mountain Creek State High School students attending.