Student support at CSU is more than a safety net, it's a normal part of your CSU experience. We'll introduce you to all our academic and social support services early and encourage you to use them often.
We can help with:
Preparation for university study
Our Study Link program can help you brush up on your skills or fill in any knowledge gaps in a particular subject area. You can start these short, self-paced Study Link subjects anytime, and if you're a Commonwealth supported student enrolled in a CSU course, they're free of charge.More about STUDY LINK
Seven day a week support
Our learning advisers are available until 7pm, seven days a week in person on campus, by phone, email, Skype or online chat. Learning advisers have academic and teaching backgrounds and specialise in subject areas as well as literacy, numeracy and English language, so you can ask specific questions about your course, or more general questions about how to get the most out of your CSU experience.
Learning advisers can help through:
our quick question call back service
individual appointments to work on study planning and technique
online and face-to-face workshops
study guides and tips
Uni life advice
Our student liaison team is a crack squad of CSU staff who can help you with any questions you might have about life at CSU. You can find them through the CSU student portal, along with a list of their speciality topic areas.
From the day you start thinking about further study to the moment you throw that mortar board in the air, and later as a CSU alumnus, 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.