Culture

Our friendly and welcoming community embraces and supports cultural and religious diversity. It's our mission to ensure all students and staff feel included in and connected to the CSU community and our support services encourage an appreciation of the strengths a multicultural community approach brings to us all.

Support services

  • Religious support connects students and staff with spiritual advisers and student religious groups on each campus

  • English language support helps students whose don't have English as a first language with grammar and writing.

Religious services

Christian services are held on campus during the study sessions, Muslim prayer rooms are available at CSU in Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Orange and Wagga Wagga, and an Islamic Study Centre is located on campus in Wagga Wagga. Student clubs also support various students of Christian, Baha'i, and Islamic faiths, and students can access other religious services in the campus cities. The International Student Club aims to help students connect with the local community and increase understanding of different countries and cultures.

Residences and catering services

CSU canteens, caf├ęs, dining rooms and convenience stores offer a range of styles of food to students and staff, including Halal and vegetarian food on request.

CSU residences  generally have single rooms in unisex accommodation, meaning male and females live in the same building and share common areas. If you would prefer single-sex accommodation, your Student Liaison Officer can help you arrange it before you arrive.

Indigenous students

There are Indigenous Student Centres (ISC) at CSU in Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Dubbo, Goulburn, Port Macquarie and Wagga Wagga, where you can drop in, make a cuppa, and chat to staff and other Indigenous students.
Find out more about Indigenous Student Centres.