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Move out food donation scheme

The Wagga residence community in conjunction with Sustainability at Charles Sturt are aiming to donate leftover goods amongst residences to two charities to minimise the general wastage at the end of the year going into landfill.

CSU fundraisers proudly hold a cheque to be donated to charity

Students raise more than $120 000 for charity

Fellow CSU students showed their generosity as they raised a record amount of money for local, national and international charities in 2016. An impressive fundraising total of $120 822.80 was donated to charities, including the Royal Flying Doctor...

$3.5 million bequest by Carole and Stan Droder, $3 million donation by Charles Sturt University. These donations will allow $360,000 each year for student scholarships. 36 students will attend university each year who would otherwise not have been able to. Nearly 200 more graduates every five years who will have secured qualifications and can embark on careers they once thought impossible.

Largest-ever personal bequest means more scholarships

In an act of overwhelming generosity, CSU has been bequeathed more than $3 million by the late Carole and Stan Droder. CSU will use the money to fund scholarships for on campus, undergraduate students in perpetuity. While Carole and Stan were unable...

CSUgive. Help students to achieve their goals. You can help Australians go to University and succeed in their studies by giving to the Charles Sturt University Foundation. Give Now.

CSUgive – there is no greater gift than education

by Emily Minter Whether you’re just about to finish your degree, getting through first year or somewhere in between, now is a great time to get to know the CSU initiatives that support your education. CSUgive is one of these and as the name...

This is an SSAF funded initiative
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