We're here to support you
University can be an exciting and sometimes unfamiliar journey, but know that you are supported throughout the entire process.
From academic, careers and AccessAbility support to counselling, health, IT and financial assistance — we've got you covered.
Learning resources and support
Access a range of learning resources and support, including online advice, one-to-one support, student-led support and academic skills workshops.
- Learning Advisers
- Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS)
- Study Buddies
- Drop-in study support sessions (Program-based)
Health and wellbeing
Take care of yourself while you’re studying with USC’s range of health and wellbeing services.
Academic mentoring, learning spaces and support services in a culturally safe environment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.
A free, confidential counselling service with a qualified psychologist is available to all students.
If you require assistance on campus or for emergency situations, SafeUSC Officers (security) are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Student Success team
The Student Success team is here to help you settle into uni, talk with you about your studies and connect you with information and support services.
Careers and employability
Arm yourself with the information and advice you need to get your career heading in the right direction.
Financial support and scholarships
It pays to invest in your future. There’s plenty of financial support available to help with your tuition fees and study costs.
Diversity and inclusion
USC is committed to creating a learning, study and work environment that is inclusive for all staff and students.
Use your USC login to access online career resources, search for jobs, book appointments with support staff and register for events and workshops.
Support for international students
Whether you've recently arrived in Australia or you've been here for a while, starting uni can be a big adjustment for anyone, these services and activities are specifically for international students.
Managing your progression
Make sure you’re studying the right courses at the right time and understand your program structure with help from our Progression Advisers.
Student email, how to download Office 365 for free, printing, login support and wi-fi.
If your studies are affected by a disability, learning disorder, mental health issue, injury or illness, or you are a primary carer for someone with a disability or who is considered frail and aged, AccessAbility Services can provide access to appropriate reasonable adjustments and practical advice.
Library and research
Access a wide range of resources including both physical books and eBooks, online journal articles and information databases.
Students as partners
USC has an active network of student groups and a wide range of partnership opportunities to build graduate attributes and enhance employability.