The University of the Sunshine Coast is committed to operating under the World Health Organisation Health Promoting Universities framework and is guided by the Okanagan Charter: An International Charter for Health Promoting University and Colleges.
In its role as employer and educator for some 1,200 staff and 18,000 students, USC acknowledges its contribution to helping to promote health and wellbeing to this large and diverse community.
USC is further committed to creating healthy working and learning environments for staff and students. We have a range of health and wellbeing initiatives aligned to the Okanagan Charter action areas and offer opportunities for USC staff and students to collaborate, coordinate, and participate in healthy activities and projects.
- University Health and Safety Policy
- Students with a Disability - Managerial Policy
- Equity and Diversity - Governing Policy
- Sexual Harassment Prevention (Students) - Governing Policy
- Anti-Discrimination and Freedom from Bullying and Harassment (Staff) - Governing Policy
- Anti-Discrimination and Freedom from Bullying and Harassment (Students) - Governing Policy
- Liquor Use - Managerial Policy
- Smoking Policy
- Children on Campus - Managerial Policy
- Codes of Conduct
- Referral officers for North Coast Aboriginal Corporation for Community Health
- GP partnership for services delivery
- Activities provided on campus: eg yoga, meditation, social sport
- Guild Market Day health promotion stalls: Headspace, QAHC, Relationships Australia, Cancer Council, Family Planning