USQ Fraser Coast campus caters to small class sizes and prides itself on personal face-to-face teaching or supportive distance learning. Our campus is technologically state-of-the-art and provides ready access to global information and resources.
Library and study spaces
The Fraser Coast campus library is located in the same building as the Fraser Coast Regional Council Library. There are hands-on Library orientation sessions held at the beginning of each semester to help you learn how to best access the on-shelf and online resources available. Library staff are also on hand to guide you through your research. If you need a quiet place to study or space to complete a group project, the Library has a computer lab, a number of group study rooms and places for you.
Computers labs and wireless access
USQ Fraser Coast has a number of student computer labs for research, assignment preparation, printing and group study. The A Block lab is available 24/7. An Assistive Technology room is also provided for persons with disabilities.
A wireless network also exists across the campus for students, staff and guests. Internet quotas apply.
Places to eat
On the Bay, Bella’s Cafe serves an array of freshly produced cafe food and coffee . It is open Monday to Friday, 7:30am to 4pm during the semester, and at variable hours during recess
USQ Fraser Coast is located in the central business district, and is about a five-minute walk from some of the local shopping centres and restaurants.
Student kitchenettes and common room are also available.
The Student Hub is the central support network for Fraser Coast students, with free services and professional staff ready to help you achieve your academic goals:
- academic and learning support
- career advice
- disability support
- student counselling
- Indigenous learning support.
You are also able to book laptops, through Reception, for use within the hub area.
As a USQ student you are a member of the USQ Student Guild . The Guild has trained advocay officers who can assist you if you require recommendations and support during any situation that may arise during your time at USQ.
Phoenix Central is a 24/7 common room for students to chill out. Located in A block, the room includes; a wide screen TV, Nintendo Wii, table tennis table, vending machine, board games and comfortable seating.
For all your course textbook needs, visit the USQ Bookshop in the library building. The opening hours for the bookshop are from 9am to 4pm, Mondays to Thursdays, and 9am to 3pm on Fridays during the semester. The USQ Bookshop resources are also available online.
Sport and recreation
Like to keep fit? Fixed exercise machines are located under cover between A and C Block – free for all to use. Fraser Coast campus is also affiliated with the Police Citizen and Youth Club (PCYC) which adjoins the campus.
Other clubs in the region also offer discounts and benefits to USQ students.
USQ Fraser Coast is located in the central business district, and is about a five-minute walk from some of the local shopping centres and restaurants . It also a short drive to the pristine beaches and calm bay of the coast.