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Charles Sturt University Study Centre Libraries: Melbourne

COVID-19 FAQ - Melbourne Library

Charles Sturt University Study Centre Melbourne is currently closed due to Coronavirus. Library staff are still available and can be contacted during normal operating hours. We  can be contacted via email on or via telephone on 99357921.

No Library fines for existing items on loan will be incurred during the closure period.


Library Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):


Is the Study Centre/ Library open?

No, the Study Centre/ Library remains closed because the current COVID-19 situation.


Is there a way to return books if I wish to?

Due to Study Centre's closure, we request that students wishing to return items do so via registered post to: 

Charles Sturt Study Centre Library

30 Church Lane

Melbourne VIC 3000

Please keep forward the receipt and tracking number, name of the items posted and your student number to once you have posted any items.


Is it required that I return my books if I am continuing my studies in the next study session?

No, it is not required that you return your items at this time. The Library will continue to automatically renew all items currently on loan until the time that Study Centre's are able to reopen. No fines will be incurred during the closure period. You will however need to return your items before the time of graduation.


Is it required that I return my books before I am able to graduate?

Yes, all students need to return all items registered on their account to the Study Centre before they are able to graduate.


Can I borrow books?

It is not possible to borrow physical books at this time. There is a list of eBooks available for Study Centre Melbourne subjects.

Charles Start University Library is running help sessions on accessing eBooks. Visit Online Library workshops to register.


How can I contact the Library if I need help? 

The Library remains contactable via telephone, email or zoom drop in:

Tel: 99357921


Zoom drop in:

Live weekdays between: 3pm - 4pm

Due to Study Centre events and workshop commitments, the drop-in room may be temporarily unattended. In this case, please contact the Library by telephone or email

Location & Opening Hours

Map of Study Centre Melbourne Library



The Library is located within the Study Hub on level 2 of the Church Lane Campus.

The Study Hub also contains study spaces and a computer lab for student use, plus printing and WiFi facilities.

Opening Hours

Monday - Friday: 8.30am - 5pm

Computer Lab

The Computer Lab is available whenever the Campus is open.

Student in a computer lab

Featuring over 30 PCs running Windows 10 with software including:

- Microsoft Word
- Microsoft Excel
- Microsoft PowerPoint

To use the computers you will need to login with your Campus credentials.

Your username will be your student ID number and the default password is your date of birth in the format DDMMYYYY.

When you log in for the the first time you will be asked to select a new password.

If you have forgotten your password visit Student Services to have it reset.

Print/ Scan/ Copy

The Computer Lab contains a multifinction device for printing, scanning and photocopying.

The device offers a choice of A4 and A3 paper sizes in black and white format only.

Colour printing is available from the print kiosk located in the Student Lounge on level 2.


Printing and photocopying incur a charge.

Scanning is free of charge.

A4 1-sided

10 cents per page

A4 2-sided

20 cents per page

A3 1-sided

20 cents per page

A3 2-sided

40 cents per page


Students are issued with $16 in printing credit each calendar month. 

To purchase additional credit visit Student Services on level 1.


You can print from any of the Computer Lab PCs by selecting the 'Level 2 Study Hub' printer in the print dialogue box.


You can scan documents and have them emailed to yourself as a PDF file.

Log into the multifunction device using your Study Centre credentials and following the onscreen prompts.


To use the photocopier log into the multifunction device using the Study Centre credentials and follow the onscreen prompts.


You can connect to the campus WiFi network using your Study Centre credentials.

Network SSID: CSU Students