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Set yourself up for success

Set yourself up for success

The countdown is on until our first classes start!

In case you missed it – our Interim Vice-Chancellor, Professor John Germov, recently filmed a personal message to welcome new students. Check it out below.

Get ready for Week 1

With so many moving parts and things to organise, here’s a handy to-do list you can follow to get ready for Week 1.

1. Build your class timetable

If you have class options, log into MyTimetable to allocate into your preferred class.

2. Explore Interact2

Get familiar with Interact2 – the home to all your course information and access your online learning tools.

3. Plan your fees

Make sure you’ve planned when and how you’ll pay your fees. There are also some scholarships and grants still open to help cover study costs.

4. Study essentials

Purchase your textbooks/ebooks, download free student software and Zoom backgrounds, and attend some workshops to build your academic skills.

5. First Nations Student Connect

First Nations students can register with First Nations Student Connect for access to a range of information and dedicated services. Whether you want general advice, a personalised plan, assistance with university processes, academic skills advice, or access to a tutor – Charles Sturt’s First Nations team are ready to walk with you on your journey.

6. Get involved

Play a sport, join a club or talk to your Student Representative Committee. If you’re someone who’d like to make a positive difference, get involved and have your say.

7. Connect online

Join the Charles Sturt Social Facebook group and other study groups for your course.

8. Pack a mask

Be prepared to be COVID-safe if you’re coming to campus. You’ll be encouraged to wear a mask when physical distancing isn’t possible.

This is an SSAF funded initiative
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