Information and planning
Easily plan your on-campus classes with MyTimetable.
Get the confidence to write, edit and submit your assignments.
Find out about exam timetables and locations, what you can bring to an exam and alternative exam arrangements.
Find out more about your prescribed and recommended textbooks for your study.
Find out how the Library can support you with your study.
Print, copy or scan
Learn about how you can print, copy and scan material for your study.
Residential Schools are on campus learning blocks for some online subjects.
Workplace learning refers to activities undertaken in workplace settings to develop your skills from your course.
See the options if your performance has been affected by circumstances beyond your control.
Student experience survey results
The Subject Experience Survey (SES) captures student feedback on subjects they have undertaken.
Build your skills
Academic skills help
All Charles Sturt University students get access to free study support services as part of their enrolment.
Research writing support
If you're a Higher Degree Research (HDR) student, you can access various programs to help you with your research writing.
English Language support
We can help you develop your English language skills for academic purposes.
Indigenous student learning help
We're here to help you with any difficulties you may have with student life.
We can help you find your dream job, get a competitive edge and boost your employability.
Workshops and events
Our workshops can help you to develop your academic literacy and learning skills.
This free course will help you understand the University's Academic Integrity Policy, expectations and the support services available to help you meet your academic obligations.
New course coming - 15 April. We’re revamping our Introduction to Learning Online Course. This new version will be a shorter course, full of bite-sized activities to help you become a pro in online learning.