How student services amenities fees are spent

Since 2012, the Student Services and Amenities Fee has helped fund new and refreshed student services, support, facilities, student space and more.

Many of these projects have been suggested by students and staff.

Find out more about the types of ways SSAF can be spent and how Charles Sturt decides how to spend money raised through the fee.

All campuses

Campus breakdown

  • Albury-Wodonga: fitness room, Gums shade umbrellas, mountain bike track, outdoor heating and wind protection
  • Bathurst: BBQ on Library Lawn, Diggings Oval canteen facility and soccer training facility
  • Canberra: outdoor amenities and St Marks undercover facilities
  • Dubbo: 24 hour quiet study and student space, outdoor cafe engagement and learning commons student kitchen
  • Goulburn: outdoor beep test system, running path and treadmill hire
  • Orange: BBQ facility, cricket practice net, parent room and breastfeeding facility
  • Port Macquarie: on campus entertainment, recreational facilities, soccer club
  • Wagga Wagga: Beres Ellwood Oval lighting, club shelves, student kitchen in Building 30, weather shelter at netball courts
  • Albury-Wodonga: Common room in the Pavilion, mountain bike track, outdoor bouldering
  • Bathurst: Diggings Milgate Room mind hub, Diggings oval fence, eco walk, JOV Trudy’s Commons, Mitchell Rugby dugouts, The Atrium in the Rafters
  • Dubbo: Dubbo fitness equipment, shading of fitness equip
  • Orange: Girinyalanha BBQ facilities, sporting recreation area, spring creek outdoor area
  • Goulburn: outdoor seating
  • Parramatta: Shower facilities and bike storage
  • Port Macquarie: permanent BBQ, motorised shade awning, outdoor bouldering
  • Wagga Wagga: Beres Ellwood BBQ shelter, netball courts, eco walk and fitness loop, bike hire stations (still in review)

SSAF case studies

Have an idea that SSAF could fund? Learn more about some SSAF-funded projects to help inspire and shape your proposal.

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