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New Student 2015 Accommodation Applications open on 22 September.
Current Student 2015 Accommodation Applications open on 18 August and close 21 September
Live on the campus where you study
CSU in Albury-Wodonga offers eco-friendly self-catered accommodation in a park-like environment.
CSU in Bathurst offers a number of residential complexes both on and near the campus.
CSU in Dubbo provides on campus accommodation in the form of self catered cottages.
CSU in Orange offers affordable on campus accommodation, with over 250 rooms. Choose from self catered and semi-catered options.
CSU in Wagga Wagga, offers a range of affordable on campus accommodation. From catered to self-catered, cottages and residential halls..
Living on campus FAQ
Live in the same town as where you study
The alternative to living on campus is to live in the suburban areas of the campus city within close proximity to the University.
Living off campus is more suitable for you if you have a family or if unisex accommodation is unsuitable.
CSU off campus accommodation register
Find vacant rooms or properties located near your campus.
Living off campus FAQ
Video | Murray Village
Murray Village - Student Accommodation Albury-Wodonga campus.
Take a tour of the Murray Village, some of the on campus student accommodation available at Charles Sturt University Albury-Wodonga.
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- Take a tour of the Rothwell Cottages, some of the on campus student accommodation available at Charles Sturt University Albury-Wodonga.
- New residence buildings are located at Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst and Wagga Wagga.