New student accommodation options are being explored by Charles Sturt University (CSU) for its new campus in Port Macquarie.
In March 2014 on the NSW Mid-North Coast, CSU Vice-Chancellor, Professor Andrew Vann, unveiled the designs for the initial stage of a permanent campus due to open in Port Macquarie in February 2016.
As part of this process, CSU has issued what is known as a Request for Information from builders and developers to see what they can provide in terms of student accommodation.
The process remains open until Thursday 17 April. Further information is available on the University's Division of Facilities Management website.
Director of the University's Residence Life, Mr David Griffin, said, "Charles Sturt University recognises a need for the development of a significant volume of student accommodation within Port Macquarie to support the development of the new permanent campus.
With projected student enrolment in excess of 3 000 by 2030 there will be a need for a range of accommodation options for students within Port Macquarie and surrounding areas."
In 2014, CSU opened new and renovated undergraduate and postgraduate student accommodation across its footprint including in Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Orange, and Wagga Wagga.
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