The Division of Facilities Management (DFM) at Charles Sturt University (CSU) has completed four revitalisation projects on the campus in Bathurst in preparation for the start of the 2014 academic year. Mr Peter Scott, DFM campus service manager in Bathurst, said, "The projects help to build a better campus environment for staff, students and visitors. Major renovations totalling about $5 million were carried out on The Towers and John Oxley Village student residences where more than 500 rooms were refurbished. New and returning students were greeted by colourful exteriors which add vibrancy, and extensive interior improvements, including new carpets throughout, new room wardrobes and bathrooms. A new roundabout and road works improved the main entrance into the University and highlight the new multi-million dollar Community Engagement and Wellness Centre and health precinct. Signage across campus has been updated, and exterior building numbers are now displayed as numeral-only signs. The re-numbering brings Bathurst campus in line with the wider University's building numbers, to create a unified approach." Other projects in 2014 include branding changes to food and beverage outlets, enhancements to outdoor learning and social spaces, and major renovations to the student media centre.