Are you experiencing medical, physical or psychological barriers to success in your studies? For example, sensory impairment, physical or learning disabilities, or mental health concerns? We can connect you with support.
The Accessibility and inclusion team can customise reasonable adjustments to meet your particular needs. Examples of support include offering alternative exam conditions, special consideration for on-campus accommodation, or flexibility with assessment deadlines.
If you’d prefer to start by connecting with a First Nations student adviser, we are happy to introduce you to the accessibility and inclusion team.
Book a yarn with one of our advisers or drop into one of our centres.
The accessibility and inclusion team at Charles Sturt are experts in their field and here to accommodate your needs.
If you'd feel more comfortable, a First Nations student adviser can join with you when you meet the accessibility and inclusion support staff.