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Stuff you get for free as a CSU student

Stuff you get for free as a CSU student


As Uni students, there is no sweeter sound than hearing the word ‘FREE.’ Being a Charles Sturt student lands you more free perks than you may know, check them out:

1. Free library services:

When you feel like there is nowhere to focus or quiet enough to study, the library is the place to be. You get free access to all of the on-campus libraries, including those with 24/7 services.

If you are studying online, you also get free home delivery services on books and resources from the library, so you don’t miss out on the study material that you need.

2. Free software:

You are granted access to software including:

  • Microsoft Office suite
  • Antivirus software
  • Adobe Reader

Plus, other key software to help you get all of your course work and assessments completed to the best of your ability! Find out more and download via the Student Portal.

3. Study Link:

Get ahead at Uni and take extra study help courses without breaking the bank. Study Link is free for students who are Australian citizens, New Zealand citizens or hold a permanent visa. However, fees may apply to students who don’t meet citizenship and residency criteria.

4. Free Wi-Fi:

Studying can become terribly difficult without quick, easy access to the Internet. So, all Charles Sturt students have access to free Wi-Fi on all campuses. Simply log in with your student details to use the Internet.

5. Free assignment feedback:

Send your draft assignments to Studiosity for free feedback. Their online service supplies study help from subject specialists to help you make the most of Uni.

6. Lynda courses:

Lynda is an online subscription library that teaches key skills through high-quality instructional videos. Some of these skills are within the area of business, creative and software.

All students and staff members have unlimited access to 6,900 courses that are constantly kept up to date, with new courses added every week.

This is an SSAF funded initiative
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