Find out how to take control of your money to reduce stress, get through uni and graduate. We can help you to make a financial plan so you’re confident about what costs to expect and can budget.
Are your finances impacted by COVID-19?
- The Australian government has information and services to help you if you’re affected by coronavirus (COVID-19) or looking for more details about your current payments, how to apply for new payments or to learn what financial support may be available to you. To find out more visit Services Australia.
- Read more below to learn what financial help you may be able to access from the University.
- If you have questions email a Student Welfare and Finance Advisor.
Cost of study
Financial support and skills workshops
Our Finance and Welfare officers are available to talk to you about developing a spending plan or budget.
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MoneyMinded Online is a series of interactive activities designed to help you improve your money management skills. Topics include setting goals, budgeting, and managing your credit card. You can also share ideas and tips in the discussion forum.
"8 in 10 people who have completed MoneyMinded say that they felt less stressed about the future" - MoneyMinded Impact Report 2012.
You can apply for a Charles Sturt student loan to pay for study expenses. Emergency loans are available if you're experiencing financial hardship. Our student loans are interest free. Select a loan for instructions on how to apply.