COVID-19

Charles Sturt University is actively responding to the developing COVID-19 situation and putting in place a range of changes to support social distancing.

The health and wellbeing of our students, staff and communities is our number one priority. With this in mind, we are making changes to the start date for the Mid Session Break, moving on campus classes to an online learning environment and supporting students in residence on campus to assist in reducing the potential spread of the virus.

This content will be regularly updated and referred to in student communications. Refer back to this content for information about impacts on your study experience for your cohort and study type as a result of COVID-19.

We will keep students up-to-date on how COVID-19 is affecting their study circumstances via email. Ensure your contact details are current at My details in your Student Portal so you don’t miss any important updates.

If you have been in contact with someone with a confirmed or suspected case of COVID-19, please submit details of your situation to Charles Sturt University through our Incident Reporting form as soon as possible.

If English is your second language you can also read the Federal Department of Health updates in other languages.

Most recent update:

Thursday 26th of March 2020

Mid Session Break changes

  • We are moving the Session 1 Mid Session Break forward by two weeks with the last day of on campus classes on Friday 27 March 2020, with all classes going to online delivery from 14 April for the remainder of Session 1 2020.
  • For all current online students, the changes to the break and switch of on campus classes to online delivery are likely to have minimal impact. In some online subjects, the study schedule and assessment due dates will remain unchanged and your session will be as planned. In other online subjects, changes to your study schedule may take place as we move all students to online study.  Any shifts in schedules or assessment items will be communicated via your Subject Outline with automated notifications sent via your subject Interact2 page.
  • Policing and Associate Degree in Policing Practice students are to follow the directions of the NSW Police Force Academy. For students studying through our partner locations, please follow the partner campus instructions.

Census date

The Session 1 census date is on Friday 27 March and there is a range of options available to support you through your studies:

  • Flexible options for your study, including the ability to request assessment extensions, re-submission of assessments or to re-sit an exam will be considered on a case-by-case approach.
  • All students are eligible to apply for Approved Withdrawal (AW) after census date throughout Session 1 2020. Approved Withdrawal will allow you to leave a subject without any academic penalty if you’re impacted by COVID-19, so you won’t have any negative impacts on your GPA or transcripts. There is criteria for applying for an Approved Withdrawal, read more on the Current Students Special Consideration page. You will also be able to apply for a refund of your tuition fees throughout Session 1 2020 if you are granted an Approved Withdrawal.
  • You'll be able to apply for a Charles Sturt COVID-19 Study Support Grant, to help you with any additional expenses which are impacting on your studies due to the impact of COVID-19. We will have more info on that in the next couple of days.
  • If you’re a Higher Degree by Research student, we’ll work directly with you on your submission date to ensure you don’t incur further fees.

We’re here to help find a solution that works for you. Do you need to talk about reducing your study load, taking a break or graduating at different exit points? Email us to request a call back from our support team with the subject line: “COVID-19 Call Back”.

Workplace learning

  • If you’re currently undertaking a Workplace Learning placement, you should continue unless advised by the placement site or Workplace Learning team that the placement has been cancelled. We are taking action on all Workplace Learning placements and will be revising all placements over the next week to minimise risk to students, placement sites and communities. If your placement is affected your Workplace Learning team will be in touch with next steps.
  • More information, including FAQs about how COVID-19 may affect your placement, is available on the Current Students Workplace Learning page.
  • Mid Session Break

    We are moving the Session 1 Mid Session Break forward by two weeks with the last day of on campus classes on Friday 27 March 2020 and classes resuming on Tuesday 14 April 2020.

    • To support social distancing, we will start transitioning all on campus classes to online delivery from Monday 23 March 2020, with all classes going to online delivery from 14 April for the remainder of Session 1 2020.
    • Your Subject Coordinators will contact you directly to provide more information about how your subject will transition to online delivery.
    • For all current online students, the changes to the break and switch of on campus classes to online delivery are likely to have minimal impact. In some subjects, the study schedule and assessment due dates will remain unchanged and your session will be as planned. In other subjects, changes to your study schedule may take place as we move all students to online study.  Any shifts in schedules or assessment items will be communicated via your Subject Outline with automated notifications sent via your subject Interact2 page.
    • Policing and Associate Degree in Policing Practice students are to follow the directions of the NSW Police Force Academy. For students studying through our partner locations, please follow the partner campus instructions.
    • At this stage, all Charles Sturt University campuses will remain open. During and after the Mid Session Break, there will be reduced services available on campus and social distancing will apply in all common areas such as the Learning Commons.
    • You may see old dates on other pages on the Charles Sturt University webpages. We are working to update these pages as soon as possible.

  • Census date and last to withdraw without fail

    As a reminder, census date is on Friday 27 March 2020. We’re exploring options about your ability to withdraw without fail after the census date. We will update you about this option before census date.

  • Library and Learning Commons
    Libraries

    Due to government restrictions, our Library spaces have closed.

    You can still access support online from the Library staff to help you continue with your studies:

    We’re still available to support you.

    Library Live Chat

    Or call 1800 275 278

    Learning commons

    Our learning commons spaces are still open, however there are some changes to how they operate.

    • Learning commons open from 7am – 8pm
    • Your student card will be needed to access the spaces
    • A security guard will be present and will enforce the 8pm closing time
    • Social distance - queue or work in a space with a 1.5m gap between you
    • Don’t shake hands or exchange physical greetings
    • Practise good hygiene – wash your hands regularly
    • We have increased cleaning in high traffic areas
  • On campus classes
    • We are moving the Session 1 Mid Session Break forward by two weeks with the last day of classes being Friday 27 March 2020 and classes resuming on Tuesday 14 April 2020.
    • To support social distancing, we will start transitioning classes to online delivery from Monday 23 March 2020, with classes going to online delivery from the 14 April for the remainder of Session 1 2020.
    • These changes will be across on campus classes at Charles Sturt’s six main campuses at Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Dubbo, Orange, Port Macquarie and Wagga Wagga, the Study Centres for international students in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney (delivered in partnership with Study Group Australia), Islamic Studies in Parramatta and the Theological studies centres in Brisbane, Canberra and Sydney.
    • We understand learning online may be a new experience for some on campus students. Remember, you’ll still be using familiar tools to access your subject materials, such as Interact2.
    • Your subject coordinator will contact you directly to provide more information about how your subject will transition to online delivery.
    • Help is available to assist you with this change. Join free online workshops about studying online or get free one-on-one support from an Academic Skills Adviser. If you’re a first-year student, you can also check out our free Study Link Introduction to Learning Online that is on your Interact2 dashboard. This free subject will be made available to all continuing students over the upcoming weeks.

    Find out more

    Policing and Associate Degree of Policing Practice (ADPP) students

    • Policing and Associate Degree in Policing Practice students are to follow the directions of the NSW Police Force Academy.

    Students studying at other partner campus locations

    • For students studying through our partner locations, please follow the partner campus instructions.

    Micro Session 2 students (term code 202032)

    • Students studying in the Micro Session 2 will also be affected by the changes in the session dates.
    • We are moving the Micro Session 2 Mid Session Break forward by two weeks to commence on Monday 30 March 2020, with classes resuming on Tuesday 14 April 2020.
    • To support social distancing, we will start transitioning all classes online from Monday 23 March 2020, with classes moving to online delivery from the 14 April for the remainder of Micro Session 2.
    • These changes will be across on campus classes at Charles Sturt’s six main campuses at Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Dubbo, Orange, Port Macquarie and Wagga Wagga, the Study Centres for international students in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney, Islamic Studies in Parramatta and the Theological studies centres in Brisbane, Canberra and Sydney.
    • Your subject coordinator will contact you directly to provide more information about how your subject will transition to online.
  • Students living in on campus accommodation
    • All students are welcome to remain on campus this week while on campus teaching is completed. As the last day of face-to-face classes will be on Friday 27 March, and your subjects will then move to online delivery, there is no need for you to remain on campus and we encourage students to move home on Saturday 28 March.
    • All students should complete the COVID-19 Residence Notification Form to advise when you are moving out, so your payments can be held. You will not be charged accommodation fees for the time you are not on campus during the Mid Session Break and online delivery.
    • If your circumstances prevent you from being able to return home, please also use the COVID-19 Residence Notification Form to advise of your circumstances. You may still be asked to move rooms as we consolidate residences in line with best practice.
    • If you're an international student who is unable to return to your home country, you will be able to remain living on campus. Although we are moving to online delivery, if you remain enrolled as a full-time student, your visa will not be affected. You will be contacted directly by your International Support team about your options where to find support.

    If you develop COVID-19 symptoms or are in close contact with someone who does, contact the Reslife team immediately. Please also advise the Reslife team if you have been in close contact with other Charles Sturt Students.

    Past email updates

  • Residential Schools

    Check the status of your residential schools and find answers to your questions on the Residential Schools page.

    There will be changes to many upcoming Residential Schools from 23 March and into April, May and June. Residential schools will either be delivered online, postponed or cancelled. Your Faculty Subjects team will be in contact with you directly.

    If you have already paid for travel and accommodation, Charles Sturt will refund all out-of-pocket travel costs associated with these changes. All on campus accommodation will be automatically cancelled and students who booked will not be charged for the accommodation.

    We encourage you to first seek refunds or credits through your travel providers, such as airlines, train and bus services, or accommodation providers. If you are unable to get a refund or travel from the travel providers, To claim your refund for travel expenses, you will need to complete a non-staff reimbursement form and email this form to domtravel@csu.edu.au with all the receipts you wish to have reimbursed.

    You can check the status of your subjects and find answers to your questions about these changes on the Residential Schools page. This page could change so we encourage you to keep checking back to you find out the status of your Residential Schools.

    Check Residential Schools information

  • Workplace Learning
    • If you are currently completing workplace learning, you should continue your placement unless your placement organisation or Workplace Learning team cancels it. If you become unwell, have been in contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 or need to isolate yourself for any reason, please advise your Workplace Learning team and the placement organisation immediately.
    • Workplace Learning teams are reviewing every placement to determine the potential risk to students, the workplace and the community, and following the latest State and Federal Government advice. Where possible, placements will continue. No students on health or medical placements will be working on frontline management of COVID-19.
    • If your placement is cancelled, your Workplace Learning team will work with you to reschedule. Priority will be given to final-year students in this instance. You will receive a TA grade (To Be Assessed) until you are able to complete your placement so you can complete your placement later in the year.
    • If you no longer feel comfortable attending your placement, or are unable to continue due to illness or the need for isolation, you should submit an application for special consideration and will need to complete the placement at a later date. You will receive a GP grade (Grade Pending) and be able to complete your placement after session ends.

    Check workplace learning updates and FAQs

    How does COVID-19 impact your workplace learning placement?

    If you feel unwell or are needing to isolate yourself for 14 days, you should not attend your workplace learning placement. Please advise your workplace learning team immediately as well as your placement site.

    Contact your workplace learning team for further advice if you have:

    • Been in close contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19
    • Recently travelled from another country and have developed COVID-19 symptoms
    • Recently travelled from another country and have not developed COVID-19 symptoms
    • Are needing to isolate yourself for 14 days.

    If your workplace learning has been disrupted, your workplace learning team can help you to arrange to finish your workplace learning requirements and provide support.

    If you need extra time to complete your workplace learning, you can apply for special consideration.

    Past email updates

  • Cancelled events

    The university has cancelled all non-essential events. Cancelled events include:

    • Student social events
    • Explore days and expos
    • Individual high-school visits
    • Industry events and expos including Explorations Series
    • Student and staff club events

    Event organisers are contacting participants regarding cancelled events.

    We will reconsider this position on 1 June 2020.

  • On campus facilities and services
    • Food and beverage options on many of our campuses will be limited until further notice. Our on campus bars will be closed, and food will be available for takeaway only. No cash payments will be accepted, so please use contact less card payment. If you live in on campus residences, you will be asked to take your meals back to your residence and follow social distancing practices. There will be no dine-in options at CHEERS venues.
    • Our on campus gyms, fitness rooms and the Wagga Wagga pool have closed.
    • Learning Commons remain open and will have additional cleaning services, however some workstations will be closed and we ask all students to observe social distancing measures while using these facilities.
    • Student Central is available via phone, email or live chat, however front counters have been closed. Cashiers are also closed, although students can make payments via the Online Shop.
    • Student services remain available, with a variety of online workshops continuing to run as planned. Teams such as Academic Skills or the Counselling team are available for individual appointments, though these will be offered using tools such as phone or Skype, not face-to-face.
  • Looking after your health and wellbeing

    Your health and wellbeing is always important. But now, more than ever, it’s important to look after yourself and each other. Remember, you’re not alone. Even if we can’t meet face-to-face, there’s so many ways we can help you right now.

  • Get support if your studies are disrupted

    If your studies have been disrupted because you or someone in your family has contracted COVID-19, there is support available. You can seek advice from our student support services, request extensions for assignments from your lecturers, or apply for special consideration if you cannot complete your subjects or workplace learning by the end of the session. Special consideration is available for students who have been impacted by exam cancellations in mainland China.

    If you are concerned about friends or family, counselling and health advice is available.

    If you're experiencing difficulties returning your library books please get in contact with the library team.

    If you have been impacted by the COVID-19, we will be releasing more information over the coming days regarding your study with Charles Sturt.

  • Staying connected through online study

    As a trusted leader in online education we can help you transition successfully to virtual study. Charles Sturt has been delivering distance and online education for decades. Our online support services are here for you when you need us, and we’ve got extra support during this time. We’ve got your back.

    • Get off to a great start with our free Introduction to Learning Online course, available now for new students. We’ll have additional resources for continuing students from 6 April.
    • You can book an appointment with a dedicated online study adviser and get help over the phone or online.
    • Access a large range of online workshops to help you make the most of learning online. From academic skills workshops to library tutorials, there’s a range of workshops to guide and help you.
    • If you’re in a rural or remote location with no internet service we’re getting ready to bring distance education to you.
    • If you’re an Indigenous student, book an appointment online with an Indigenous Students Learning Advisor, join or stay part of the Indigenous Academic Success Program to access tutoring, or get support from an Indigenous Student Liaison Officer. If you’re a first-year student, one of our Indigenous Student Liaison Officers will contact you by phone or SMS to offer support. From Thursday 26 March, our Indigenous Student Centres will be closed to reduce the risk of infection.
    • If you’re an international student, we’ve got individual support for those affected, including information on how to maintain visa compliance, Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) and where to find more support.
  • Students undertaking a Higher Degree by Research
      • Due to the updated Federal Government recommendations, you will need to transition to working from home or remotely.
      • We will work directly with HDR students on their submissions date to ensure they don’t incur further fees.
      • If your project is, or may be, affected, please discuss this with your supervisors. Together, carefully document the issues, agree on what work can continue in the short term and if relevant, what changes in research plans may need to be made.
      • Be assured that resources will be available to support you and help you complete your project.
      • f you are unable to continue any meaningful work over the coming weeks, consider accessing the leave provisions available to you. If you have exceptional circumstances, such as no remaining sick leave, please speak to your Sub Dean Graduate Studies.
    • Faculty of Arts and Education, Peter Pocock, ppocock@csu.edu.au
    • Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences, Ramudu Bhanugopan, bramudu@csu.edu.au
    • Faculty of Science, Sandra Savocchia, ssavocchia@csu.edu.au
  • Indigenous students

    Our way of working is changing slightly over the next months but you can still access support.

    All of our Indigenous Student Centres on campus will close from Thursday 26 March to reduce the risk of infection.

    In the near future, we will provide further details about how you can seek alternate support to access the equipment and connections you need to study.

    You can:

    • Book an online or phone appointment with an Indigenous Students Learning Advisor
    • Access the Indigenous Academic Success Program for online tutoring
    • Join a discussion board on the Indigenous Student Success Interact page. Our staff will be checking regularly for questions or comments posted by students to make sure you get a response efficiently
    • Message the Indigenous Student Centres at Charles Sturt Facebook page and our staff will respond to questions and comments by students regularly
    • Send us an email at isc@csu.edu.au
    • If you have limited or no access to the internet or phone data, send us an SMS to 0438 495 293 to request a call back. One of our team will be in touch.
    • If you’re a first-year student, one of our Indigenous Student Liaison Officers will contact you by phone or SMS to offer support.
    • After the session break, we will also offer optional study sessions online using online tools. These sessions will be recorded and shared in Interact2 for you to watch later. These sessions will be open to all Indigenous students across the university. Keep an eye out for further details.
    • Online students can continue to access support options that are already available, these will not be affected.
  • International students currently living in Australia
    • All international on campus and online students can still remain living in Australia to study. If you can find accommodation off campus, we recommend that you live off campus. You will still be able to study online as a full-time student and meet the requirements of your visa.
    • The Australian Government has now advised that from 9pm Friday 20 March, only Australian citizens, residents and their immediate family members can travel to Australia.
    • Please check and stay up-to-date on your home country’s border restrictions. Some countries are calling for their citizens to return as soon as possible, as borders may be closed and flights cancelled completely during this situation. You will still be able to study online from overseas, though you won’t be able to return to Australia for the foreseeable future. Please let your course director and lecturers know if you’re travelling at this time and if your studies will be affected.
  • International students living on campus accommodation
    • Residence Life understands that many international students living on campus may not wish to, or are unable to return home or move off campus at this time. Please be assured that you are welcome to remain on campus for as long as you need.
    • If you wish to remain on campus, you must log in to the Accommodation Portal and complete the COVID-19 Residence Notification Form.
    • Charles Sturt University will continue to offer you a range of support services, regardless of whether you stay living on campus.
    • You will be contacted shortly by the International Student Liaison Officer on your campus to discuss your options. If you have any questions in relation to this, please speak to the staff in the Residence Life Office or contact your Student Liaison Officer on campus.
    • It is recommended that you stay up-to-date on your home country’s border restrictions. Some countries are calling for their citizens to return as soon as possible. If you are returning home please advise your Student Liaison Officer and consult with your Course Director to get advice on how this may affect your studies.
    • The Australian Government has temporary special arrangements for international students who are in Australia. These special arrangements have relaxed the 40 hours per fortnight work restrictions to fill critical shortages in supermarkets and aged care. If you are looking for employment, more information can be found on the Australian Government Department of Home Affairs Supermarkets and Aged Care pages.

    If you become unwell and need to seek medical attention, you will also need to contact your OSHC (Overseas Student Health Cover) provider for advice.

    Our Support Services teams are available for individual, online appointments.

  • International travel or students arriving from any country into Australia
    • Australia is closing its borders from 9pm on Friday 20 March to anyone who is not an Australian citizen or permanent residents, or immediate family members of citizens and permanent residents. You will no longer be able to enter Australia if you do not fall into one of these categories.
    • If you are an Australian citizen or permanent resident, you may arrive in Australia, but will need to self-isolate for 14 days after your arrival.
    • We are cancelling all student inbound/outbound travel. Students who are impacted will be contacted individually.
    • Any students who have travelled from any country to Australia from Sunday 15 March will need to self-isolate for 14 days on arrival into Australia and practise Social Distancing.

    If you are an international student at Charles Sturt directly affected by the travel restrictions and isolation periods, contact your International Student Liaison Officer for advice.

  • Charles Sturt University campuses

    At this stage, all Charles Sturt University campuses will remain open. During and after the Mid Session Break, there will be reduced services available on campus and social distancing will apply in all common areas such as the Learning Commons.

    Food and beverage services

    Food and beverage options on many of our campuses will be limited until further notice. Our on campus bars will be closed, and food will be available for takeaway only. No cash payments will be accepted, so please use contactless card payment. If you live in on campus residences, you will be asked to take your meals back to your residence and follow social distancing practices. There will be no dine-in options at CHEERS venues.

    Other facilities services on campus

    Our on campus gyms, fitness rooms and the Wagga Wagga pool have closed. Learning Commons remain open and will have additional cleaning services, however, some workstations will be closed. We ask all students to observe social distancing measures while using these facilities.

    Student Central continues to be available via phone, email or live chat, however front desks on all campuses are now closed.

    Student services remain available, with a variety of online workshops continuing to run as planned. Teams such as Academic Skills and Counselling are available for individual appointments, though these will be offered using tools such as phone or Skype, not face-to-face.

  • Study Centre closures
    • Due to government restrictions and the changing nature of the situation, we will cease the delivery of onsite campus classes at the end of lectures on Tuesday 24 March 2020.
    • The remainder of your classes for this week will be scheduled as online makeup classes in the week of Monday 6 April 2020. Your timetabled classes will then be delivered online from Tuesday 14 April 2020.
    • You will receive a timetable of your rescheduled online makeup classes through your subject sites by Friday April 3 2020.
    • All of your on campus classes will be delivered online from Tuesday 14 April for the remainder of Session 1 2020. Your classes will follow your current timetable. All information for these classes, including online lecture and tutorial resources, will be available in your Interact2 subject sites.
    • These changes will be across all on campus classes at the Study Centres for international students in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney (delivered in partnership with Study Group Australia).
    • If you have questions about your classes, please contact your relevant Student administration team:
    • Brisbane: BneCSUAdminAndFinance@studygroup.com
    • Melbourne: CSUMelRequest@studygroup.com
    • Sydney: CSUDarlinghurstAdmin@studygroup.com
  • Wangaratta Regional Study Centre

    Wangaratta Regional Study Centre (WRSC) has now closed, in line with school closures in Victoria.

Learn more

  • What to do and how to inform Charles Sturt if you've been exposed to COVID-19 or have recently returned from overseas travel

    If you have been in contact with someone with a confirmed or suspected case of COVID-19, please submit details of your situation to Charles Sturt University through our Incident Reporting form as soon as possible.

    If you have recently returned from travel overseas to an area experiencing large COVID-19 outbreaks, please submit details of your situation to Charles Sturt University through our Incident Reporting form as soon as possible.

    If you have recently returned from travel overseas to an area with is experiencing large COVID-19 outbreaks or have been in contact with someone with a confirmed or suspected case of the virus, please submit the details of your situation through our Incident Reporting form as soon as possible.

    To determine what other actions you need to take based on your situation, please refer to the instructions below.

  • What is COVID-19?

    Coronaviruses can make humans and animals sick.

    Some coronaviruses can cause illness similar to the common cold and others can cause more serious diseases, including Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) and Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS).

    The virus originating in Hubei Province, China, was called ‘novel’ because it is new. It had not been detected before this outbreak. Now it is referred to by its official name COVID-19.

    How is COVID-19 spread?

    COVID-19 is most likely to spread from person-to-person through:

    • Direct close contact with a person whilst they are infectious
    • Close contact with a person with a confirmed infection coughs or sneezes
    • Touching objects or surfaces (such as door knobs or tables) contaminated from a cough or sneeze from a person with a confirmed infection, and then touching your mouth or face.

    Symptoms can include fever, a cough, sore throat, tiredness and shortness of breath.

    Find out more

  • Step to take to stop the transmission of COVID-19
    • Frequently clean your hands using alcohol-based hand rub or soap and water
    • When coughing and sneezing, cover your mouth and nose with flexed elbow or tissue – throw the tissue away immediately and wash hands afterwards
    • Avoid close contact with anyone who has fever and cough
    • If you have fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical care early and share previous travel history with your health care provider

    If you have been in close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19, you must isolate yourself for 14 days after your last contact with the confirmed case.

    For more information on how to self-isolate, read the Department of Health Isolation guidance.

    If you have been in casual contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19, you do not need to self-isolate, unless you begin to develop symptoms. Casual contact is considered as 15 minutes or less of direct face-to-face contact, or two hours or less sharing a close space with a symptomatic confirmed COVID-19 case.

    For more information about casual contacts, read the Department of Health casual contacts fact sheet.

    If you have been in contact with someone with a confirmed or suspected case of COVID-19, please submit details of your situation to Charles Sturt University through our Incident Reporting form as soon as possible.

Page Update: 30 January with new information from the Australian Chief Medical Officer.
Page Update: 3 February with new information from the Australian Chief Medical Officer.
Page Update: 12 February with new Australian Government Department of Health advice.
Page Update: 14 February with new Australian Government Department of Health advice on the new name (COVID-19)
Page Update: 19 February with new Australian Government Department of Health advice on travel from outside of China.
Page Update: 2 March with new Australian Government Department of Health advice on travel from Iran.
Page Update: 5 March with new Australian Government Department of Health advice on travel from the Republic of Korea.
Page Update: 11 March with new Australian Government Department of Health advice on travel from the Republic of Italy.
Page Update: 13 March with new Australian Government Department of Health advice on travel and mass gatherings.
Page Update: 16 March with new Australian Government Department of Health advice on travel from all countries.
Page Update: 17 March with updates about on campus classes, residential schools, workplace learning and non-essential events on campus. Updated advice for international travel and students arriving from any country into Australia based on new Australian Government Department of Health advice on travel from all countries
Page Update: 19 March with updates about Mid Session Break, on campus classes, census date and last day to withdraw, students living in on campus accommodation and Charles Sturt University. Updated advice for international students based on changes to travel to other countries.
Page Update: 20 March with updates about Mid Session Break and updated travel advice.
Page Update: 23 March with updates about on campus facilities, services and accommodation.
Page Update: 24 March with updates about students studying at our study centres (through Study Group Australia).
Page Update: 25  March with updates Census date and wider support options
Page Update: 26  March with updates about Library services.

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