Whether you are studying on campus or via distance, help is never far away. The Library’s friendly staff are approachable both on campus and online.
Library Advisors First Nations Student Connect are located across all campuses. We visit First Nations centres on each campus to provide personalised support on a regular basis.
Your Library Advisor can assist you to:
Feel free to chat in real time to a Librarian using our Live Chat service, call us on 1800 275 278, send an email (replies within two working day) or make an appointment with our First Nations Library Advisors.
Get to know our team of First Nations Student Connect Library Advisors, but don’t forget that all Library staff are there to assist you.
Use the drop down arrow on the People and Places tab above to find when the Library Advisor is in your centre.
The Campus Libraries are places where you can browse the Library resources, borrow items or photocopy from books or journals and ask for help from Library staff. There are also places for quiet study and for group study.
The Learning Commons in some of the Libraries provide 24 hour access to communal spaces where you can meet friends or study.
The buildings offer access to computers and have facilities for printing and copying. They also have wi-fi so you can connect to the Internet from your computer or mobile device.
Students are welcome to drop in at any time to use these facilities, or talk to staff about the resources they need.
Charles Sturt University welcomes students from across the country.
Charles Sturt University acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands on which its campuses are located, paying respect to Elders, both past and present, and extend that respect to all First Nations Peoples.
Charles Sturt University is an Australian University, TEQSA Provider Identification: PRV12018. CRICOS Provider: 00005F.