Welcome to Charles Sturt University in Dubbo, where the award-winning cafés and canola fields are only minutes away.
Our campus is welcoming and cosy – an ideal space to study in.
You'll find friendly faces here, along with affordable living and a relaxed atmosphere. Dubbo is the perfect place to begin your journey with Charles Sturt.
Campus details chevron_right
Charles Sturt University
Tony McGrane Place
Dubbo NSW 2830
General enquiries: 02 6885 7300
Library: 1800 275 278 or 02 6885 7359
Facsimile: +61 2 6885 7301
Security and emergency contacts: On-campus security can be contacted externally on 02 6365 7494 and internally on 57494.
In the case of an emergency, phone 000 (fire, police, ambulance), and then campus security - internal shortcut dial 400.
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- networked library
- basketball, netball and tennis courts
- clinical laboratory
- Community Dental and Oral Health Clinic
- fitness room
- Indigenous Student Centre
- Interactive Learning Centre
- interactive video studio
- nursing laboratory
- outdoor gym
- Explorers' Cafe.
- 24-hour security service
- academic support
- career assistance
- dental health services through the Community Dental and Oral Health Clinic
- disability support
- equity services
- health and wellbeing services
- Indigenous student services
- Student Central
- Student Representative Council.
Charles Sturt in Dubbo offers students the opportunity to live on campus in one of their fully furnished, self-catered cottages. Accommodating up to 62 students, the cottages are the best way to immerse yourself in the uni culture, with the comfort of great support from Residential Advisers and on-campus support services. The campus also offers a small number of facilities designed for students with disabilities.
What can I study at Dubbo? chevron_right
Charles Sturt in Dubbo offers students first-class tertiary education right on their own doorstep. The campus offers undergraduate and postgraduate study options with the Indigenous programs particularly well regarded.
Courses offered at Dubbo have clear career pathways, complemented by real industry experience and workplace-standard facilities, giving our graduates a head start for life after study. You can choose from a number of courses at Dubbo including:
- early childhood and primary education
- Indigenous education
- social work
- Wiradjuri language, culture and heritage
What's Dubbo like? chevron_right
The industrial and commercial heart of NSW's Central West, Dubbo has superb scenery, wineries, heritage villages and of course the popular Taronga Western Plains Zoo. If you're looking for a quality lifestyle with affordable housing and diverse educational and career options, Dubbo is the place for you.
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