CSU has built a cogeneration power plant that will improve the University's efficiency in energy use while also lowering its annual greenhouse gas emissions by about seven per cent. Cogen demonstrates CSU's commitment to sustainable energy efficiency.
CSU has expanded its footprint in the national capital with the opening of new offices in Canberra for teaching and research. The new premises will bring together a number of University departments and features office space for staff and postgraduate students, seminar or teaching room for up to 40 people, meeting rooms and more.
Charles Sturt University has taken the next step in the creation of its permanent campus in Port Macquarie announcing national construction company Watpac as head builder for the project
After a three month sea and land journey from Europe, CSU's cogeneration plant finally touches down in Bathurst. Specialist staff will work on configuring the energy-saving machine, ready for its official launch in July.
New $800,000 sports complex helps improve campus life for students at Charles Sturt University in Albury-Wodonga. The complex features a full and half-size basketball/netball court, barbecue area, grandstand seating and more.
New student accommodation options are being explored by Charles Sturt University for its new campus in Port Macquarie. The accommodation will compliment the University's new permanent campus on the Mid-North Coast. The initial stage of this campus is due to open in 2016.
Students' creativity will bloom in a newly-dedicated 'Creative Hub' at the Charles Sturt University School of Communication and Creative Industries in Bathurst. The $500 000 Creative Hub features state-of-the-art multimedia equipment, individual sound and video booths, and collaborative spaces set against bright yellow, orange and green feature walls.
New walking tracks connecting residences to the main campus in Wagga Wagga will soon be available to students. Until the designated tracks are complete,students are asked to access the main campus by walking only on existing trails through Yindyamarra reserve and via Walla Walk.
Charles Sturt University (CSU) has unveiled designs for the first stage of its permanent campus in Port Macquarie, due to open in February 2016. Outside learning and common areas are a prominent feature of the design.
The Division Of Facilities Management will soon conduct space utilisation reviews of centrally timetabled rooms across each of its campuses. The reviews will provide analysis and reports on the current provision and utilisation of each learning and teaching room at CSU. Information gathered will help development future planning and provision strategies for all main learning and teaching spaces across the University.
Review data will be collected through room audits. The audits will start on Monday, 31 March 2014 and run for a week, finishing on Friday, 4 April 2014. All audits will take place between 8am and 6pm. More information is available on DFM's space planning and management page.
Atkins Hall is set to undergo major renovations. Students and staff will soon be able to dine on a new outdoor, covered deck area, an interior redesign will provide a more streamlined service. Read more.
Charles Sturt University is taking the next step in a strategic plan to dispose of South Campus in Wagga Wagga. Full story
Charles Sturt University in Wagga Wagga will welcome children, their families and staff into a new $4 million child care centre from Wednesday 22 January. Full story
During the summer (warmer) months snakes may be present on our campuses. Make sure you know what to do if you sight one. Full story.
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