An Olympic-standard swimming pool is located in USC's sports precinct. The 10-lane, 50-metre pool is heated to cater for year-round use by USC students, staff and the wider community. The pool is adjacent to USC's Health and Sports Centre, Sports Stadium and Athletics Track.

An Olympic-standard swimming pool is located in USC's sports precinct. The 10-lane, 50-metre pool is heated to cater for year-round use by USC students, staff and the wider community. The pool is adjacent to USC's Health and Sports Centre, Sports Stadium and Athletics Track.

Tiered classroom

Tiered classroom

USC's Building J (Information and Communications Technology) in the distance. Library stairs in foreground. http://www.usc.edu.au/

USC's Building J (Information and Communications Technology) in the distance. Library stairs in foreground. http://www.usc.edu.au/

Visualisation at USC - the Engineering Learning Hub | USC spaces | University of the Sunshine Coast

Visualisation at USC - the Engineering Learning Hub | USC spaces | University of the Sunshine Coast

Can you spot this family on campus? #bestofbothworlds #wildlife #usc  (Taken with Instagram)

Can you spot this family on campus? #bestofbothworlds #wildlife #usc (Taken with Instagram)

Preparations for Open Day are in full swing. Macaela and Danielle go undercover as Sebastian and Stephen. Two days to go! (Taken with Instagram)

Preparations for Open Day are in full swing. Macaela and Danielle go undercover as Sebastian and Stephen. Two days to go! (Taken with Instagram)

Follow that bus! USC Open Day today.  (Taken with Instagram)

Follow that bus! USC Open Day today. (Taken with Instagram)

A research student inside the 200 square metre glasshouse located near Building M on the USC campus. The glasshouse is used by USC, the CSIRO and the Queensland Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation (DEEDI). The polycarbonate glasshouse is used for a variety of research activities, particularly the propagation of endangered native plants, hardwood trees and rainforest trees.  http://www.usc.edu.au/research/

A research student inside the 200 square metre glasshouse located near Building M on the USC campus. The glasshouse is used by USC, the CSIRO and the Queensland Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation (DEEDI). The polycarbonate glasshouse is used for a variety of research activities, particularly the propagation of endangered native plants, hardwood trees and rainforest trees. http://www.usc.edu.au/research/

What a cool shot of the Sunshine Coast campus 🙌🏽. Thanks for the pic 📷 @jbmotillon.  And on that note, have a fantastic weekend everyone 😁 #LifeatUSC

What a cool shot of the Sunshine Coast campus 🙌🏽. Thanks for the pic 📷 @jbmotillon. And on that note, have a fantastic weekend everyone 😁 #LifeatUSC

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