Campus life

On a CSU campus you'll find many exciting ways to meet new people, take  on new interests and have fun while studying for your dream career. 

Whether you decide to share a house with friends, live on campus or  commute  from home, life as a student at CSU is full of opportunities.  With  a range of activities, events, and great teaching facilities, you'll  get  the most out of the student lifestyle.


Albury Wodonga Campus

Every CSU campus offers a range of activities and facilities to assist all students to establish networks away from the classroom, helping to form the friendships they will cherish for life.

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Sporting and social clubs

Sporting and Social Clubs

Clubs are a great way to meet new people, pursue your interests, and get the most out of your University experience.

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Sporting facilities

CSU's sporting facilities are available for all students and staff, whether you're living on or off campus or you are a distance education student.

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Each CSU campus has a vibrant social calendar of cultural and sporting events. From regular annual celebrations and festivals to campus specific social happenings, there's always something going on.

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Student Representation

Student representative bodies ensure the students' perspective, concerns and issues are heard within the University.

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Religious and cultural diversity

When you study on campus, you'll develop friendships that will last a lifetime, with students from a variety of backgrounds.

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Study at Charles Sturt University and experience student life at our friendly campuses. Staff and students talk about their experience of studying at a regional campus in New South Wales, Australia.

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What's it like living at an Australian university? (For international students)

Staff and students talk about their experience of studying at a regional campus in New South Wales, Australia.

  • Video | Accommodation and the cost of living

    How much does it cost to be a student?

    • The overall cost of obtaining a degree at CSU is lower than most other universities in Australia, and our students find that the cost of living is less in a regional centre compared to metropolitan locations.
  • Video | CSU Port Macquarie - A virtual tour

    • Take a virtual tour of the stage one campus design of Charles Sturt University (CSU) in Port Macquarie.