University Senior College is an independent co-educational senior secondary school for Years 10, 11 and 12 located in the centre of the city of Adelaide, within the grounds of The University of Adelaide. The College is dedicated to supporting students to take their place in the world through an academic pathway leading to university.

About us

USC was founded for students seeking an academic and supportive pathway to university studies and beyond.

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Study at USC

University Senior College offers an exciting and innovative curriculum for students in Years 10 to 12.

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Learn more about the enrolment process for domestic students wishing to study at University Senior College.

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Open days & tours

University Senior College hosts a number of guided tours and Open Days annually.

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International students

USC welcomes international students to Adelaide and can assist them with all aspects of their social transition.

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Contact USC

Do you need to contact University Senior College? If your question relates to a specific matter, you can contact the relevant staff member directly.

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Latest news stories



Education Minister Visits USC

South Australian Minister for Education, John Gardner, and Local Member, Rachel Sanderson, recently visited University Senior College to view our innovative Thinker, Tinker, Maker STEM Space



2020 Adelaide Fringe USC Showcase

On Thursday 5 March University Senior College will present an eclectic mix of performance in the Gawler Place Drama Theatre.



2020 SACE Art Show

Three Year 12 USC Visual Arts students have been selected to exhibit at the 2020 SACE Art Show.



2019 SACE Results

USC Students have once again produced outstanding results in the South Australian Certificate of Education.



Term 4 Newsletter

As the year draws to a close, check out what's been happening in our College community this term.



Tahlia Wins National History Challenge

Year 12 Modern History student, Tahlia Grammatopoulos, has been announced as the 2019 National and SA winner of the Indigenous history section of this year’s National History Challenge.