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On campus vs off campus

Have you been wondering which residential life is best for you? Whether it’s convenient on-campus accommodation or a share house in town, use this list to find out where your preference lies. After speaking with a Veterinary Science student...

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Dorm etiquette 101

Be considerate You are not living alone and you are not at home. Things that may have been tolerated at home are not necessarily the same on Res, so, think about others before yourself when you’re in communal areas, and think before you speak. It...

Student using the oven in shared dorm kitchen

Dining room etiquette

Whether you choose to eat in the privacy of your room or have a social feed in the common room, everyone should know and use the basics of dining room manners. Always wait your turn There’s no need to rush or be the first to sit down (or cut the...

Student in an organised dorm space on campus

Dorm storage hacks

It’s a fact, dorm rooms are small (especially if you’re used to spreading your things out through a whole house!). However, their simple design opens a world of possibilities for storage solutions. So, use these classic hacks to make the most...

Colourful accommodation blocks at CSU in Bathurst

5 things you didn’t know about living on-campus in Bathurst

CSU’s Bathurst campus has an extensive range of facilities, and you get access to most of them! Leisure and sporting: gym, basketball courts, tennis courts, sports fields, Ponton Theatre and common areas on all residences Food: Food Bowl, Pulse...

Accommodation buildings at Wagga Wagga Campus

How to choose the best accommodation type for you

What could be better than living five minutes away from classes and with your best friends next door? The answer is nothing really. But moving onto campus for the first time with so many options and pending decisions can seem a bit daunting. So...

Roommate Etiquette: Part 2

Living with others may seem simple. Heck, you’ve probably been living with your family your whole life. But the transition from living with your relatives who you’ve known forever, to living with people your age who you hardly know can be more...

Roommate drama? Ain't nobody got time for that

Roommate Etiquette: Part 1

For most people, going to university means a huge lifestyle change. People move cities, states, or even countries to attend uni. Relocating can be a huge step to take, which often means flying the coop for the first time. And it usually also means...

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