Off-campus accommodation

Charles Sturt University has a helpful Off-Campus Accommodation Registry, which can take the hard work out of finding a place to live in one of our beautiful campus cities.

Find somewhere to live

Sometimes living off-campus may better suit your needs than living on-campus.

You might:

  • need to bring family members with you, which is not suited to on-campus options
  • prefer to live alone or with just one or two other people
  • have a different budget to on-campus accommodation options
  • have a pet
  • need short-term accommodation for intensive (residential) schools, workplace learning or university holidays.

The Off-Campus Accommodation Registry lets you explore properties, vacant rooms in share houses or boarding options. It is also a great place to start looking if your preferred on-campus accommodation is full.

You can look for potential flatmates or create a flatmate profile so other students can find you too.

You will need to register on Study Stays to access accommodation providers' contact information.

When deciding where to live, it is important to consider what's most important to you. Things such as upfront and ongoing costs, convenience and lifestyle are all important factors to weigh up when choosing your accommodation.

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Advertise a property

Anyone with a rental property available to students can promote it on the Off-Campus Accommodation Registry.

You can register as a student, private provider, commercial provider or real estate agent.

To list a vacancy, register your details including contact information so your identity can be verified. Your contact information will only be visible to students who have also registered with the service.

Study Stays is a free resource that links students with potential private property providers. The University does not inspect advertised properties or screen students for suitability as tenants. Make sure you are aware of your rights and responsibilities as a tenant or landlord.

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