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.
Student Central provides a single point of contact for all questions about university life (except those related to lectures or study materials).
Student Central offers a range of communication channels such as phone, email, web, chat or talk to us in person at one of our Learning Commons on the Bathurst, Wagga, Albury-Wodonga, Dubbo and Orange campuses.
CSU's online scholarly environment, CSU Interact provides access to learning and research resources and opportunities to collaborate online. It's here that you, other students, and staff meet to build community, share knowledge, work and learn together in a 'virtual' or online space.
Whether you are studying on-campus or through Distance Education, these learning and collaboration tools will help you in your study, and can also meet many of your administrative and social needs as a student.
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CSU's courses also offer diversity and flexibility. We offer courses through the Faculty of Arts, Business, Education and Science.