- What is distance education?
- Study Options
- Student Support
- Scholarships & help with costs
- Getting into Uni
- Overseas study opportunities
- Starting at CSU
- Why CSU
- Study life balance
- Information for TAFE students
CSU is dedicated to providing students with support in all areas of student life. As a CSU student, you can access a wide range of services including study support, financial assistance, counselling, and library.
As a distance education student, you will have access to a broad range of support services that provide you with the individual assistance you need to make your study experience a positive one.
Following are some of the services and support structures offered at CSU.
Making contact with the University
For students studying by distance education, feeling connected to your lecturers and fellow students is vital. CSU provides many ways to keep the lines of communication open.
Counselling and health
CSU provides access to free student counselling for confidential assistance with personal matters, as well as a general health promotion service that provides advice and referrals to community ancillary health services.
At CSU, students with a disability are provided with a receptive and supportive environment, so they have the same opportunity to choose, access, participate and succeed in university studies.
CSU's Library website is your gateway to a huge range of online resources, providing you with library services anytime, anywhere. With access to thousands of electronic resources, audio-visual material, books, and journals you'll have all the resources you need to get the most out of your degree.
Student Equity provides advice, advocacy and support and equal access to university for students who have been educationally disadvantaged, including those from a rural or isolated region, low socio-economic background, or those entering under the Special Considerations for Admissions scheme.
Undergraduate Guide for Study
This comprehensive study guide is designed for all students planning to study an undergraduate degree, whether they are school leavers completing Year 12 and applying through UAC / VTAC, or mature age students.