Open Day is back on campus this July and August and we’re excited to show you around!
Open Day is your chance to get to know what we’re all about at Charles Sturt. You’ll get to discover your study options and see what uni life is like - we’re giving you the keys to the campus, so you can make yourself right at home.
Registrations are now open!
Charles Sturt University Open Day
There’s something for everyone.
- Jump on a campus tour and check out our state-of-the-art facilities and accommodation.
- Get detailed info about courses – and discover the exciting careers they could lead to.
- Chat to current students about what studying at Charles Sturt is really like.
- Meet our expert teaching staff and find out what to expect in lectures and tutorials.
- Discover the fun side of life at Charles Sturt – speak to people from our clubs, societies and sporting teams.
There’s also fun stuff like live entertainment, giveaways, competitions and free food!
Plus, you can explore our expo, info, and career and skills hubs. Chat to our friendly teams about all things Charles Sturt – the support services we offer, early offer programs and even how to boost your hiring potential.
Open Day is a fantastic way to connect with current and prospective students and the wider community. Are you a local community group, sporting club or business that’s keen to get involved in Open Day? You’re invited to express your interest – simply fill out our Community EOI form and we’ll be in touch!
Get the most out of Open Day
It’s all about planning! Quick and easy planning, that is. Choose which campus you’d like to visit for Open Day, then book in for as many info sessions and tours that interest you.
Port Macquarie is a vibrant, multicultural and exciting coastal city, with plenty to see and do. Want to hit the waves after class? Then Port is the place to be! You can study health, business and IT, enviro science, law, psychology and teaching at our Port Macquarie campus.
Sunday 30 July | 10am-2pm
Not your average country town, Wagga Wagga’s got all the bells and whistles of city life. Charles Sturt Wagga is our biggest campus and includes a campus farm, equine centre, vineyard, winery and huge range of technical and industry standard facilities. You can study ag and animal science, health, business, social work or teaching in Wagga.
Sunday 6 August | 10am-3pm
Living and studying at university in Albury-Wodonga gives you the best of both worlds. It’s adventurous and homely at the same time. Designed with sustainability in mind, Albury-Wodonga has a small and friendly campus environment - so you’ll feel part of a close-knit community. You can study business, environmental science, health and teaching in Albury-Wodonga.
Sunday 13 August | 12-2pm
From cafes and wineries to festivals and galleries, you’ll access the best of city-living with the benefits of a regional lifestyle in Bathurst. Join a thriving community of more than 1,500 students studying on Bathurst campus, studying everything from business and IT, comms and teaching, to health, law and psychology.
Sunday 20 August | 10am-2pm
Food, roos, views… and a volcano. Throw in some of the state’s best food, some breathtaking scenery and a close-knit campus up on a hill, and going to uni in Orange ticks all the boxes. Our Orange campus is Charles Sturt’s health hub. From medicine to dentistry, pharmacy to physiotherapy, you’ll live and study alongside like-minded people at the heart of the region’s health industry.
Sunday 27 August | 10am-1pm
Check out previous Open Days
You might be asking...
What time should I arrive? chevron_right
Our Open Days kick off at 10am. We’ll publish detailed programs here shortly, so keep an eye on this space.
Help - I need directions! chevron_right
Don’t worry – we’ve created maps to help you get to where you need to be. Head to your campus’ event page and download your campus map.
Where should I park? chevron_right
Once you arrive in the main gates, follow the signage to the event parking. Want to know the best bit? Parking is free!
Where do I go when I arrive? chevron_right
When you arrive on campus, head to towards the welcome tent. There will be heaps of signs – so you won’t miss it!
Do I need to book in for Open Day information sessions? chevron_right
No need. You can just turn up. But make sure you try to get there a little early to get a seat.
Who can I bring along with me? chevron_right
Parents, carers, friends, teachers – whoever you like. Open Day (as the name suggests) is open to everyone!
What should I wear? chevron_right
Whatever you like. But we do suggest dressing for the weather and wearing comfy shoes if you’re going on a tour. And if you’re planning on doing a tour of our laboratories, you’ll need closed-in shoes.
Can I bring my dog? chevron_right
Assistance animals are welcome, but other furry friends are best left at home.
Do I need to bring anything along? chevron_right
Just yourself! We’ll take care of everything else.
I have a disability. Is Open Day accessible for me? chevron_right
Definitely. All of our buildings are accessible by ramps, and if you need extra assistance, our friendly team will be happy to help.
Will my photo be taken? chevron_right
We’ll have photographers and videographers on campus capturing all the fun of the day – so there’s a chance you might be snapped. Make sure you let us know at the welcome tent if you don’t want your photo taken.
I’m in Years 9, 10 or 11. Can I come to Open Day? chevron_right
Absolutely! Everyone is welcome, and we can give you advice about how to make the most of high school to get you into your ideal course.
If I’m travelling, where can I stay? chevron_right
There are lots of accommodation options in our beautiful campus cities. In fact, we recommend making a weekend of it, so you can explore the best of what the region has to offer. Register for more details and we’ll send some recommendations straight to your inbox .
I can’t make it to Open Day. What are my options? chevron_right
We’d love to still welcome you on campus! All you need to do is book a campus tour for any day of the working week. You can also book a one-on-one appointment with a student adviser to talk through your study options.