CSU's Dubbo Campus is a small and welcoming environment offering students the opportunity to undertake their tertiary studies in education, nursing and social work without the need to relocate to a capital city.
The community feel of the campus means that students form a close-knit community and have great access to academic and support staff. The campus has modern facilities, affordable accommodation and is close to town.
Message from the Head of Campus
Welcome to the Dubbo campus of Charles Sturt University, located on the Western Plains and the entranceway to the Far West of New South Wales.
Having started out as a University-TAFE Centre in 1992, the Dubbo campus became part of the University in 1999 when the foundation stone was laid and buildings were constructed.
Dubbo is a rapidly growing regional centre and has embraced the establishment of the campus and supported its growth, and while Dubbo has long been well known for its famous tourist attraction, the Taronga Western Plains Zoo, it has in recent years become a vibrant hub and a contemporary setting for the delivery of education in the Western region of New South Wales.
The campus recently underwent a major revitalisation which was opened in September 2017 and now welcomes, hosts and encourages the use of its spaces and assets by business, community and sporting groups.
The shared use of facilities has helped to establish the university campus as a central meeting place which fosters mutual benefit for all in the context of education, study and learning.
The Dubbo campus offers courses in education, nursing and social work.
If you would like more information about the activities of Charles Sturt University on the Dubbo campus, contact the Head of Campus, Ms Cathy Maginnis.
Dubbo Head of Campus
Ms Cathy Maginnis is a Lecturer and Academic Advisor in the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Indigenous Health with extensive ties to the community of Dubbo and a long history of engagement and work in the community health sector. Her commitment to the Dubbo region is evident in her teachings at CSU, engagement with various sectors of the health community, and ongoing research collaborations.See full profile
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