Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

Academic Quick Links and Policies

Important Dates

A summary of Important Dates and scheduled events at CSU.

Timetables and classlists

Subject Availability and Timetable Information

Student enrolments and class lists

Information about student enrolments, including class lists, can be found in the Student Administration System (Banner) or obtained from the School Administrative Officer. To gain access to this information you will need to apply for Banner Student System Web Access [.pdf].

Academic Policy Manual

Policy links will take you to the CSU Policy Library where you can search for policies by name.

Codes of conduct

  • Code of Conduct for Staff
    The purpose of this Code is to outline the standards of conduct that are expected from all staff of Charles Sturt University (University).

  • CSU Student Charter
    The purpose of the CSU Student Charter is to help students understand what it means to be a student member of the CSU community, including the expectations students and the University may have of each other.

  • Charles Sturt University (Student Misconduct) Rule 2020
    This policy set outs the roles and responsibilities of academic staff investigating cases of alleged academic misconduct by students.

Academic Policy

The following policies and associated procedures are now effective and available in the policy library:

Academic Integrity Policy

Having academic integrity means doing the right thing, and is important because it provides value to the academic work being undertaken. It means upholding the academic honesty policies set forth by the University. This requires students to do their own work, thereby promoting trust and confidence in the academic activities completed by the student.

The Academic Integrity Course at Charles Sturt University prepares students by ensuring that they observe and maintaining ethical standards in their academic and professional work.

Further information can be found here:
Academic Integrity Policy

Assessment Policy

This policy sets out the requirements for assessment in subjects offered by Charles Sturt University and is supported by five procedures. These outline the expectations of academics and students.

Assessment Policy

Supporting procedures:

Couse and Subject Policy

This policy sets out the requirements for each stage of the life cycle of the University’s courses and subjects: for their design and development, approval, delivery and management, continuous improvement and phasing out (courses) or obsolescence (subjects). It is supported by six procedures. These outline the expectations of academics and students.

Course and Subject Policy

Supporting procedures:

Library Services

Evaluating Learning and Teaching

Evaluating Learning and Teaching Home

Teaching and Learning Framework

Student Support Services

Student Central is the first point of contact for currently enrolled students to access all non-teaching services.