Each CSU campus has a vibrant social calendar of cultural and sporting events, and each campus city offers its own annual festivals and celebrations.
From Orientation Week to live band performances, there are a range of regular events across campuses, as well as events specific to individual campuses.
Orientation Week is a fun and informative week full of activities to help you feel at home at CSU. With the vibe of a mini festival, O Week gives you the opportunity to check out campus facilities, sporting and recreation areas, social clubs, and eating spaces while meeting new people and getting to know your classmates.
Each campus has a range of social events throughout the year. As well as social events and the traditional uni festivities like toga nights and themed balls, we also mark events in the local community such as NAIDOC Week and Harmony Day.
Social events include:
residential and course balls
International Women's Day
Harmony Day (multicultural festival)
St Patrick's Day
NAIDOC Week (Indigenous celebration)
Eastern University Games
Recognised as the premier opportunity for student athletes to compete in a participation-based event against like-minded students from across eastern Australia, the Eastern Uni Games has built up a reputation as an event not to be missed, attracting more than 2,700 competitors, in 16 sports and from 17 universities and TAFE institutes.
Australian University Games
The Australian University Games (AUG) is Australia's largest annual multi-sport event, attracting more than 8,000 participants from universities across Australia. The Games provide university athletes, many of whom are of Olympic standard, to compete against each other in a national multi-sport event.
Australian University Championships
The Australian University Championships include sports and events that fall outside the Australian University Sport events above, like surfing or snow sports.
Check out the Australian University Sports website for more details.