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Welcome to Charles Sturt University!

We're here to help with all your study essentials. This is your gateway to services and support, key dates, subject enrolment, and everything in between.

Your online students toolkit: understand where to go and when

Your personalised dashboard for managing your subjects and everything to do with your enrolment including access to support services.

Use the student portal to:

  • view your calendar and timetable
  • access results
  • manage your fees
  • get quick access to forms and submit a request
  • live chat with our support team
  • and much more...

Login to your Student Portal

Sometimes called Blackboard too, this is your learning space. All your subject level information lives here - and every subject has its own dedicated space

Use the Interact2 to:

  • view subject outlines
  • join a lecture and listen or watch the live stream
  • access past lectures or recordings
  • attend tutorials and participate in class discussions
  • get a list of readings for the week.

Login to Interact2

Your reliable study partner both on campus and online. You can access the library resources 24/7, with research and knowledge at your fingertips.

Use the library to:

  • search online databases
  • access eBooks
  • read and research Journals
  • and much more...

Visit the Library

Here’s a tip: your handbook is your official course guide. It outlines all the requirements you need to complete as part of your study. Follow the handbook from the year you started studying with us.

Use your course handbook for:

  • recommended subject enrolment pattern
  • course structure
  • Workplace Learning requirements
  • Intensive (residential) School requirements
  • admission criteria and credit for prior learning
  • and much more...

Find your Handbook

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Our campus locations

Our NSW campuses are located in some of Australia's fastest growing regional cities. They offer a unique study experience with the best of city living and the benefits of a regional lifestyle.

Albury-Wodonga campus photo


Australia’s first sustainable university - reduce your carbon footprint while you study.

Population: 90,000

  • state-of-the-art teaching facilities
  • environmentally sustainable buildings
Bathurst campus photo


A fast-growing regional hub with a history of bushrangers, gold rush days and the excitement of V8 Supercars.

Population: 39,000

  • industry-standard Medical Centre and radio station 2MCE-FM
  • television studios and editing suites
Dubbo campus photo


The industrial and commercial heart of NSW’s Central West region. Perhaps best known for its famous Western Plains Zoo, Dubbo also offers superb scenery, great wineries.

Population: 39,500

  • Clinical and nursing laboratories
  • Interactive Learning Centre
  • Prize-winning architectural computer laboratory
Orange campus photo


A vibrant country town with a rapidly growing food scene

Population: 40,344

  • state-of-the-art pharmacy, physiotherapy, rehabilitation science and chemistry laboratories
  • vineyard and farm
Port Macquarie campus photo

Port Macquarie

Enjoy coastal life while you study at our new multimillion-dollar campus

Population: 74,000

  • Library access 24 hours, 7 days per week
  • State of the art laboratories and teaching facilities
Wagga Wagga campus photo

Wagga Wagga

The biggest inland city in New South Wales is home to our biggest campus spanning 640 hectares.

Population: 58,000

  • state-of-the-art veterinary science clinical centre and laboratories
  • equine centre and commercial winery
Sydney campus photo


Charles Sturt University Sydney is our university’s only metro location, in North Sydney.

Close to the Opera House and world-class beaches, shopping, dining and theatre. The campus has convenient access to transport, including the famous ferry network, and the CBD is just a short train or bus ride or walk across the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge.

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