At the GUC you will be treated as a “person” not a “number” and your educational achievements will be enriched by the GUC experience, personal growth, and a network of friends that will stay with you for life. You will graduate with a highly respected academic qualifications from one of GUC’s valued university partners.
Around 300 local people are studying at GUC, enjoying these great advantages:
- Being tutored by industry professionals who live and work locally
- Small class sizes with personal attention
- Continuing to live at home, maintaining your lifestyle and saving money
- Staying close to family and friends.
There are two ways to study university at GUC
Courses delivered in mixed-mode provide a full service of administrative, pastoral and academic support. You’ll study with a blend of online curriculum, resources and activities together with face-to-face tutorials, laboratories and workshops provided by GUC. Where relevant, practical placements are also organised by GUC for students within local organisations and industry.
Or you can choose any other university course offered by distance online from CQUniversity and the University of Southern Queensland and register for GUC’s administrative, pastoral support and general academic services.
At the GUC, our students come first. Our dedicated staff provide support and assistance through a range of services including enrolment and administrative support, student amenities, IT support, library, orientation and graduations.
GUC’s Aboriginal Student Support Officer (ASSO) is working with the community to increase Aboriginal participation in university study.
The GUC ALUMNI is for all graduates of the Geraldton Universities Centre, to come together, keep in touch, and to share stories, achievements, and opportunities.
The Geraldton Universities Centre is committed to supporting our community to access higher education. We therefore make our facilities available for study for eligible external students including the use of wireless internet and serving as the Exam Centre for the region.