The Academic Success team works with students throughout their entire University journey. Starting in schools, Academic Success works to build awareness and aspiration for university study. We deliver a range of assessment, pathway and enabling programs to facilitate equitable access to CSU and to prepare students for their studies.
Our expert staff work with Faculty and directly with students to help them develop the CSU graduate attributes in literacy, numeracy and lifelong learning. We provide an extensive academic support program for Indigenous students and we also help students plan for their careers and find a job. Our services are free of charge to all enrolled CSU students and are accessible in person and online. View the timetable for upcoming Academic Success Information Sessions here.
Phone: (02) 6338 4325Email: email@example.comLocation: BathurstBuilding & Room: 1410
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The ALLaN Team helps students develop their academic literacy and numeracy skills. Students can submit assignment drafts for feedback, book an individual appointment or attend a workshop. The ALLaN team works with Faculty to embed academic literacy skills into the curriculum and can design bespoke programs according to the specific needs of students.
ALLaN - Student portal page
Andrew MeenahanManager, ALLaNPhone: (02) 6338 4198Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation: BathurstBuilding & Room: 1410
CSU's Career Development Service can assist a student's journey towards their dream career. The team provides advice on planning a career path, preparing a resume or job application, or searching for a job. It also supports students to participate in workplace learning outside their course requirements, or to gain confidence going for job interviews. If you have job opportunities for students, they can be promoted on the Career Development Service's online job noticeboards.
Career Development - Student portal page
Cecilia HuntManager, Career DevelopmentPhone: (02) 6338 6348Email: email@example.comLocation: BathurstBuilding & Room: 1430/1.07
The Diploma of General Studies is a one-year, full-time program that helps students prepare for university and offers a pathway into a wide range of CSU Bachelor degrees. The course includes four CSU subjects and Certificate IV in Tertiary Preparation from a selection of partner TAFE Institutes. It is designed to help students build the skills they need to make a successful transition to university study and to their careers.
Diploma of General Studies - Future students page
Sandra FisherProgram Coordinator, Diploma of General Studies Pathway ProgramPhone: (02) 6582 9416Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation: Port Macquarie
Future Moves works with school students in our regions to increase aspiration and awareness of university as a realistic option. The Future Moves team runs workshops and events in schools and communities, provides teacher professional development and brings students onto campuses to experience university life. Future Moves can work with Faculty to develop events and programs to promote specific courses.
Future Moves website
Ben MorrisActing Manager, Future MovesPhone: (02) 6338 6229Email: email@example.comLocation: BathurstBuilding & Room: 1410/140
The Indigenous Academic Success Program provides a suite of services to Indigenous students to help them achieve their study potential. This includes content-specific subject tutoring, dedicated Learning Advisers (Indigenous) to improve general study skills, and referral to a range of other CSU services. As a result, Indigenous students are supported to remain engaged in their university studies.
Indigenous Academic Success Program - Student portal page
Shaarn HaywardIndigenous Academic Success CoordinatorPhone: (02) 6582 9342Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgLocation: Port Macquarie
STUDY LINK offers a suite of short, online preparatory subjects to help students feel better equipped for their University studies. Some subjects boost general study skills, such as grammar or the transition from TAFE or VET to university, while others focus on preparation for particular subjects, including Anatomy, Mathematics or Statistics. The program supports students in making a successful transition to university, or in achieving their potential in specific subject areas. STUDY LINK subjects are free for Commonwealth supported students.
STUDY LINK website
David WardStudy Link CoordinatorPhone: (02) 6365 7118Email: email@example.comLocation: OrangeBuilding & Room: 1001/A38