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Southern Cross University was formed on 1 January 1994 after the failure of the University of New England "Network". The old University of New England was restored to its previous incorporation trading from a single campus in Armidale and the other parts of the network were spun off to form the Southern Cross University. Thus, the new university could trace its roots back to the ''Lismore Teachers College'' (formed 1971) which grew into the ''Northern Rivers College of Advanced Education'' (1973). Southern Cross University also inherited the former ''University of New England - Coffs Harbour Centre''. Although established as a university to serve the North Coast Region of New South Wales, in 2010 Southern Cross University opened a new campus across the border in the southern Gold Coast Region of Queensland at Coolangatta and began the transfer of its former Tweed Heads campus to Coolangatta. {{wikipedia|Southern Cross University|Southern Cross University}}
*[http Records Unit] (archives of Southern Cross University). *[http Archive of Student Handbook and or Calendars]
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