A new $800,000 sports complex will help improve campus life for students at Charles Sturt University (CSU) in Albury-Wodonga.
Previously an empty space on campus, the complex, part funded through the Student Services and Amenities Fee, provides a social area for students to get the most out of their university experience.
Charlie Shepherd a second-year Bachelor of Physiotherapy student, also an avid sports fan and student residences Residential Advisor, says students are really enjoying the new complex.
"Having somewhere which is a great communal space is fantastic for the campus. There are always people down there shooting hoops or kicking a footy around.
"It adds a lot to the University and shows there is more to university life than lectures and learning."
The complex features a full size multi-purpose court for basketball, netball, volleyball or handball, a half-size practice court, spectator seating, lockable storage facilities and lighting.
There is also a covered shelter area complete with barbecues, tables and seating for up to 80 students.
A sports and clubs day was held at the complex recently to celebrate its completion.
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