Our campus libraries naturally have all the resources you'll need to get the most out of your degree, giving you access to thousands of electronic resources, audio-visual material, books, and journals. But our mission is to go far beyond that, providing library services to you anywhere, anytime, with online access, ordering, support and secure 24-hour collaborative study spaces.
There are campus libraries at CSU in Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Dubbo, Orange and Wagga Wagga, where you can access the physical collections of books and DVDs, and face-to-face services to help with your study.
When you study with CSU online you'll have an around the clock pass to our full library of eBooks, eJournals, encyclopaedias, multimedia resources and course readings via the eReserve system. You can also order any books to be delivered by post free of charge. When you're done, pop it back in the mail and the return postage is on us, too.
24-hour Learning Commons
Our 24-hour learning commons facilities at CSU in Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Orange, and Wagga Wagga are secure, card access spaces for all CSU students. We know when you're studying online it can be tough to block out a few hours to knuckle down to that assignment, or wrap up that last unit, and these learning spaces are a great spot to visit when you need some solid study time.
CSU Learning Commons' features:
secure, 24-hour access, seven days a week
group collaborative spaces and private single study spaces
research and teaching spaces
sofas and informal meeting spaces, with flexible spaces and furniture that can be moved around
access to refreshments and kitchenette facilities
computers and wireless internet, and printing facilities
laptops for loan
assistive technology rooms for students with a disability
CSU Learning Commons are accessible to CSU students with a current CSU student card, and to visitors during library hours.