8 ways to get support this session

It can take some time to find your feet at university – especially when you’re juggling other commitments. If you need a little extra help, these Charles Sturt resources are a great start.

Academic skills

You can develop your academic skills in many ways. Charles Sturt offers self-paced learning, interactive workshops, one-on-one training and online courses. You can also get feedback on your draft assignments.
Find academic skills help

Online study skills

For online study, learn from the experts about staying motivated, managing your time and getting the most out of the tools available to you. You can even book a one-on-one appointment for individual support, so that you can get the most out of your online studies.
Find online study help

Financial advice

Get help with making a financial plan, budgeting for study and living costs, and applying for student loans.
Find financial help

Specialist support services

Charles Sturt has a huge range of specialist services, information and support to help you succeed while studying. This includes disability services, LGBTIQA+ Ally support, career development and more.
Find specialist support services

Library services

Get all the best tips and tricks for researching and using databases. The Library has a great range of workshops and resources available. You can also contact the team via the Library web page, online chat, phone or in-person.
Find Library support

First Nations Student Connect

First Nations students have access to a dedicated support team for advice, personalised plans, tutoring and referral to other assistance.
Find support for First Nations students

International student liaison

If you’re an international student, you can contact one of the uni’s International Student Liaison Officers for help with campus life, managing visa requirements and health cover issues or personal concerns.
Contact International student liaison

Networking

Regardless of your background, study mode or geographic location, do your best to connect with other students. You can do this by joining clubs, societies and sport, Facebook groups or putting your hand up for a role in a Student Representative Committee.
Connect with other students