Access a wide range of services including academic, accommodation, health and welfare, social and sporting, and food and beverage services.
Your time at CSU will be among the best years in your life, to a great extent because of the broad range of support services that provide you 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.
As a CSU student, you have access to our centralised support system, Student Central for all enquiries relating to non-teaching services. To support your learning needs, we provide an extensive online environment, with access to forums, collaborative tools, and electronic study materials.Go to Student Central page.
General health promotion information, advice and referrals to community ancillary health services, and access to student counselling for confidential assistance with personal matters.Go to Health and counselling page.
Advice, advocacy and support for students who have been educationally disadvantaged, including anyone entering under a Special Consideration for Admission Access scheme.More about Equity Support
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.More about Disability Service
Access to community resources and services, connecting you with the religious and spiritual support available on and off campusMore about Religious Support
As a CSU student, we provide you access to academic learning support and skill development. Whether it's support in mathematics, English, exam techniques, essay writing or learning strategies, we can help you to acquire or enhance the skills you need to succeed in university studies.More about Study Support.
There's no doubt that studying at university will impact your life. Study requires commitment and time, but there are still opportunities to lead a rewarding social and family life while you gain your degree.More about Study Life Balance.
CSU's campus libraries offers you all the resources you'll need to get the most out of your degree giving you access to thousands of electronic resources, audio-visual material, books, and journals. With online access and 24 hour collaborative study spaces, we live up to our promise to provide library services any time, anywhere.More about Library Services.
As a student at Charles Sturt University, you'll get access to career advice, job application skills, career information and planning advice to help you get your dream job.More about Careers.
CSU is committed to the flexible delivery of learning and teaching, using technology to allow flexibility and responsiveness to student needs. CSU's online scholarly environment, CSU Interact, provides access to learning resources and opportunities to collaborate online.More about Online Learning.
CSU’s Ally Program is intended to foster a University culture that acknowledges and supports sexual, sex and gender diversity.More about Ally LGBTI Support Program
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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.
CSU's courses also offer diversity and flexibility. We offer courses through the Faculty of Arts, Business, Education and Science.