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Explore what Charles Sturt is really like with workshops, information sessions and tours

What's happening at our Orange campus

Check out which tours and sessions are happening at our Orange campus.

Know what you're interested in? Great! Book for as many info sessions and tours as you'd like – getting in early will help you secure a spot.

Keen to come to Open Day and see what Charles Sturt is all about, but not yet sure which sessions you want to explore? Easy! You can book and modify your choices right up to Open Day – or even on the day if you need to.

And remember, there's plenty more to see and do throughout Open Day. You don't have to book to chat with our experts in the Expo Hub and get info on accommodation, applications, courses, scholarships and support services.

Morning sessions

  • 10.00–11.00am
    Charles Sturt Advantage early offer program Find out all there is to know about the early offer application process, courses that you can apply for, key dates and tips on writing a good application.
    Dentistry and oral health Take your passion for dentistry and oral health and make it a rewarding career.
    Health tour Tour the health and simulation facilities for dentistry, allied health and pharmacy.
    Medicine tour Check out our new medicine facilities, including mock hospital wards, clinical skills rooms, anatomy teaching lab, ultrasound rooms and teaching spaces.
  • 11.00am–12.00pm
    Campus and accommodation tourYou’ll go behind the scenes with one of our current students and check out our state-of-the-art learning and teaching facilities, student amenities and support services
    Parent information session Get the whole picture about your child’s journey from high school to uni. We’ll step you through early offer programs, applications, paths into uni, accommodation options and our student services.
    Careers and skillsLearn how to choose the career that’s right for you. We'll help you think big and find your purpose.
    HealthMake a real difference to rural and regional communities through a career in physiotherapy, pharmacy and medical and health science.
    MedicineLearn about the Doctor of Medicine, a joint program from Charles Sturt University and Western Sydney University.

Afternoon sessions

  • 12.00–1.00pm
    Campus and accommodation tourYou’ll go behind the scenes with one of our current students and check out our state-of-the-art learning and teaching facilities, student amenities and support services.
    Health tourTour the health and simulation facilities for dentistry, allied health and pharmacy.
    Medicine tourCheck out our new medicine facilities, including mock hospital wards, clinical skills rooms, anatomy teaching lab, ultrasound rooms and teaching spaces.
    UAC explainedLearn about the ATAR, adjustment factors, application process, early offer schemes and more.

Due to COVID restrictions we recommend you book for sessions and tours, as participant numbers may be limited.

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Orange Open Day Highlights

  • Allied Health Info Session: Make a real difference to rural and regional communities
  • Career Connector Info Session: Explore tools that can help you decide on the right career for you! Receive a FREE toolkit to help you on your journey
  • Tour: Science laboratories, specialist teaching spaces and the community engagement and wellness centre

Albury-Wodonga Campus

Orange – food, views... and a volcano

If you’re a foodie (who isn’t?) with an appreciation for breathtaking scenery (aka top shelf Insta inspo), Orange in New South Wales’ Central West will tick all your boxes for the right city to study in.

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Orange – food, views... and a volcano

If you’re a foodie (who isn’t?) with an appreciation for breathtaking scenery (aka top shelf Insta inspo), Orange in New South Wales’ Central West will tick all your boxes for the right city to study in.

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Keeping you safe

Just a heads up – Open Day is going to be a little different this year. We want to make sure you and your family stay safe and healthy. Here are a few things to note.

  • All information sessions and tours need to be pre-booked. We need to monitor maximum capacities to our venues to ensure we’re complying with the four square metre rule.
  • All attendees need to check in on arrival and provide contact details.
  • The Expo Hub will have capacity restrictions.
  • Social distancing will be required at all times (including on buses).
  • All venues will be regularly sanitised throughout the day.
  • All merchandised and course guides are self-serve.
  • Sanitiser and face masks will be available.
  • Some items provided on the day (like bottled water and eating utensils) will be single-use. This goes against our sustainability guidelines, but is a requirement to meet government regulations.

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