CSU, Indigenous Student Services and Wiradjuri people are working together in education. We proudly acknowledge this in CSU's philosophy of 'Sharing learning in Wiradjuri country'. Today, the tradition of learning continues as students from diverse communities and backgrounds come to CSU. We invite you to join the increasing number of Indigenous students at CSU.

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Our Indigenous Student Centres

You can access support from our centres located on the campuses at Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Dubbo, Goulburn, Port Macquarie and Wagga Wagga. If you’re studying online we are only a phone call or email away.

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How we can support you

We can help you with your application, funding options, accommodation, study skills and a number of other services you might need at university.

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Scholarships and grants

We offer Indigenous scholarships and grants that are specific to your needs and will help with the cost of your course at CSU.

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For all enquiries or for further information, please email: isc@csu.edu.au or phone 1800 Ask CSU.

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Getting ready to study

The Indigenous Access Program is a five-day testing and assessment program offered to Indigenous participants. You can gain entry into a range of CSU courses when you successfully complete the program.

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More time to study

If you need help with your studies, the free Indigenous Student Success Program (ISSP – formerly ITAS) can help you build your skills and give you more time with tutors each week and before you sit your exams.

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Our acknowledgment

CSU acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands on which its campuses are located, paying respect to the Elders, both past and present, and extending that respect to all Indigenous Australians.