From getting started, to graduation - this is where you take control and manage your study.
Everything you need to know to settle into the Charles Sturt way of studying. We've pulled together a checklist of priority tasks.
Workplace learning refers to activities you do in workplace settings. These are designed to develop your skills from your course.
Key student dates
The important academic and administration dates you need to know as a Charles Sturt student.
Residential Schools are on-campus learning blocks for some online subjects. Learn and work through subject content in intensive blocks.
Enrolment is a process you need to go through before each session of your studies. Here you will find information on how to enrol and choose your subjects.
Credit for prior learning
Find out if you're eligible for credit towards your degree.
Your course plan
Your course plan and subject enrolment can be complex. You'll need to plan ahead to ensure that you graduate as soon as possible.
We have various research support services designed to provide support for Researchers, Supervisors and Higher Degree by Research (HDR) Candidates.
Results and transcripts
Find out when results are released and how to get them. Learn about grades and what to do if you have concerns with your results.
Forms, processes and policies
You can find a complete, searchable list of forms in our secure Student Portal. This includes online forms, PDFs and systems.
Policies and Regulations relevant to studying your subject(s). You can filter this list by 'students' those relevant to you.
If your studies are disrupted by illness or other serious circumstances, you can apply for special consideration for your subjects.
Defer, withdraw or transfer courses
Everything you need to know about taking a break or changing your study area.
Visit the Graduation site for information on dates, ceremonies and processes.