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3 reasons to visit the Library during Intensive School

Are you getting ready to visit a CSU campus for Intensive School? Here’s why the Library should be on your ‘must-visit’ list! It’s open when you need it The Library is open on weekends and evenings during Intensive Schools...

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Moving essentials

by Amy Carlon If you’re a first-year, it’s probably your first time moving out of home, away from your parents. You’re also probably not sure what to take with you. Studying and living on campus for the first time can be overwhelming when you have...

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How to stay motivated towards the end of Session 3

by Angus Morrissey It’s late in the session and you’ve got a few weeks left – you’re drained and uninspired after spending so much of your summer inside already. So, how can you keep yourself motivated towards the end? Stay positive You may...

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Make the most of the library during Intensive School

Intensive Schools are back in the next couple of weeks and the CSU Library team is ready to lend a hand to online students. Pop in and say hi to the Library staff for a tour, tips for using Primo search or finding the Library Resource Guide for your...

Hop to it and catch up on study over the break

Hop to it and catch up on study over the break

If you’re looking to catch up on some study over the mid-session break (or even perhaps get ahead!) there will be plenty of chances to access services from the CSU Library. As well as all the usual online services, and the 24/7 zone of the...

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CSU Library is open for Intensive Schools

They may look like construction sites, but the CSU libraries are open for business. The library is welcoming students on campus for Intensive Schools, and although renovations are still being completed, staff are still on hand to help you access...

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