There may be a number of reasons you want to change your preference, such as;
To change your preferences through UAC/VTAC, you will need to login to either the UAC or VTAC websites with your application number and PIN. Full instructions are provided once you are logged in.
If you have applied direct to CSU, you can change your course preference by contacting the Admissions Office.
Do you have questions about accommodation, scholarships, what to do next? Ask questions of current students and our prospective student advisors at our Facebook event.
DATE: 20 December 2012
TIME: 2pm - 5pm
Thursday 3 January 9am to 2pm.
Suite 1.01, Quad 3, 102 Bennelong Parkway
Sydney Olympic Park, NSW
Simply call 1800 334 733 to talk to a student adviser about your options.
Call during business hours: 9.00 - 5.00pm
Tell us what you want your ultimate CSU experience to be and you could win $20,000 towards making it a reality.
Our open day every day program, means that you can take a campus tour at a time convenient to you!
Want to see our campuses from the comfort of home?
|Closing date for change of preference||14 June
|Main round applications close||7 June|
|Main round offers||21 June|
To enter, simply send us a video of what your ultimate CSU experience would be like, and if your entry is judged the best, you will receive $20,000 and take on the role of CSU Digital Ambassador 2013.
O Week is a fun and informative week of activities to help you become familiar with the CSU environment and settle into being a uni student.
PASS Sessions are facilitated by a PASS Leader, a student who has studied the subject before and done well in it. The PASS Leader provides direction to the session and contributes to activities and discussions to ensure that students get the most out of every session. PASS integrates what to learn (subject content) with how to learn (study skills) to help you succeed.
From the establishment of the Wagga Wagga and Bathurst Experimental Farms in 1895, Charles Sturt University has grown to become one of the largest Universities in the country generating more than $500 million and 5,000 jobs for our rural and regional communities each year.