Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

Academic Senate

The Academic Senate is the principal academic body of the University. Its main function is to provide academic governance for the University, as is required by law in the Charles Sturt University Act 1989 No 76, the Charles Sturt University By-law 2005, and by the conditions of its registration as an Australian University through the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency.

The principal functions of the Academic  Senate as prescribed in the CSU By-Law and in the Governance (Academic Senate) Rule 2018 include advising the Council and Vice-Chancellor on all matters relating to teaching, scholarship and research and ensuring the high quality of teaching and learning and research within the University by developing and implementing  appropriate policies.

Enquiries about the Academic Senate can be sent to the Executive Officer of the Academic Senate.