With Charles Sturt himself the first international explorer to visit the site, Wagga Wagga was almost destined to become a home for CSU. The campus is CSU's biggest, spanning more than 640 hectares and includes a campus farm, equine centre, experimental winery and huge range of technical and industry standard facilities. CSU in Wagga Wagga is the perfect place for students who love being outdoors, with an impressive selection of sporting and recreational facilities.
Security and emergency contacts:
On campus security can be contacted externally on 02 6933 2288 and internally on 32288.
In the case of an emergency, phone 000 (fire, police, ambulance), and then campus security - internal shortcut dial 400.
24-hour Learning Commons
basketball and netball courts with lighting
cafés and bars including Crave, Pulse, The Crow Bar and The Hub
Community Dental and Oral Health Clinic
dining room and cafeteria
Indigenous Student Centre
indoor sports arena
on campus accommodation
Playhouse Theatre (in the Wagga Wagga city centre)
television production studio
veterinary clinical centre and laboratories
24-hour on campus security service
dental health services through the Community Dental and Oral Health Clinic
health and wellbeing services
Indigenous student support
Islamic Study Centre
Student Representative Council
Living on one of CSU's on campus residences is guaranteed to throw you into the thick of uni life. CSU in Wagga Wagga offers a range of affordable accommodation options from cottages and residential halls, to new ensuite rooms. You can choose plans with meals included or if you prefer to cook, choose one of our self-catered options. Regardless of your preference, living on campus in Wagga Wagga will provide you with the complete uni experience, combining student support, affordability and a rich social life.
There are so many different paths you can follow as a student at CSU, and a course to suit almost everyone – even if you already have a degree. CSU in Wagga Wagga offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate course options and is particularly well known for agricultural science, animal and veterinary sciences and education career areas.
CSU in Wagga Wagga also offers courses in:
business and management
early childhood and primary, K-12 education
medical radiation sciences
psychology and social science.
What's Wagga Wagga like?
Wagga Wagga, or 'Wagga' as the locals know it, sits on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River in southern NSW, almost exactly halfway between Melbourne and Sydney. It is the largest inland city in NSW and is known as the major regional centre for the Riverina and South West Slopes regions. The city, which is well connected by plane, rail or road, has a proud sporting history and a growing cultural and artistic community.