Charles Sturt University's (CSU) campuses are continually evolving. Overseeing the University's changing landscapes is the Division of Facilities Management (DFM).
DFM is responsible for the planning, design and construction of new buildings, and improvements to existing University facilities and infrastructure. Cost efficiency and best sustainable practices are always at the forefront of each project.
Charles Sturt University had its first intake of students at Port Macquarie in March 2012. In April 2016 staff and students moved into Stage 1 of the purpose built Campus. Stage 2 is broken into two components that are referred to as Stage 2A and 2B. Stage 2A commenced in 2019 and is due for completion in February 2020. Stage 2B is due to commence in December 2019 and is scheduled for completion in February 2021.
Charles Sturt University has been provided with funding of $22 million to develop a new Rural Medical School in Orange in partnership with the University of Western Sydney.
Each year the Division of Facilities Management (DFM) provides the Capital Improvement Report which summaries the capital works delivered across Charles Sturt University.
This project involves the removal of an existing demountable administration building and construction of a new multi-purpose centre on Charles Sturt University's (CSU) Blackall Street Campus, Canberra. The new space will provide additional room for meetings, seminars and will be used for teaching requirements. Once complete the multifunction centre will be utilised by CSU, Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture and St Marks staff as well as community groups, when required.