Services and support
When you study with CSU, you're studying with us – we're all in this together. From the day you start thinking about further study to the moment you graduate, and later as a CSU alumni, our staff are on hand with the support and advice you need to succeed.
Whether you choose to study online or on campus, our personal support services can make all the difference.
This is your first point of contact as a CSU student. If you need help with your enrolment, study skills or finances, or you're just not sure who to ask about something, Student Central can help.More about Student Central
Health and counselling
Your health and welfare is important to us, so we have a range of services and information available to help you stay in top physical, mental and emotional shape.More about health and counselling
Our Student Equity Office provides advice and support to ensure all our students have the same opportunities to succeed.
Indigenous student services
Charles Sturt University is committed to providing personal, cultural, financial and educational support for our Indigenous students.
Our Disability Service provides advice, support and adjustments to students with a disability.More about Disability Service
Visiting spiritual advisers and student clubs provide a range of religious support.More about religious support
Orientation activities are designed to help you prepare for study and settle into life as a student.More about Orientation
Our support team is here to help you succeed, in person, online or over the phone.More about study support
The CSU Library gives you on campus and online access to all the resources you'll need.More about library services
Our careers service can help you bridge the gap between study and work.More about careers
Our Ally Program raises awareness of the experiences of staff and students who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or intersex (LGBTI).More about the Ally Program