To prepare our students for work in the digital age we offer a range of online resources through the Charles Sturt Library.
Our Library Resource Guide provides current students with resources on the legal research process, referencing guides and a range of online resources to keep up to date with Australian and international law. Visit the Law Resource Guide.
Current students can access the Charles Sturt Library's wide range of publications, research tools and primary and secondary-source legal materials. Search the law journal databases.
Our Library Resource Guide provides current students with resources on the Criminal Justice process, referencing guides and a range of online resources. Visit the Justice Studies Resource Guide
Current students can access the Charles Sturt Library's wide range of publications, research tools and primary and secondary-source legal material. Search the Criminal Justice journal databases
We are committed to supporting our students by providing a range of high quality and accessible support services.
Our Indigenous Student Centres are there to help facilitate a positive student experience at Charles Sturt by enhancing your capacity to succeed. Staffed by skilled Student Liaison Officers, these Centres provide a space for all Indigenous students, irrespective of mode of study, and are located on our Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Dubbo, Goulburn, Port Macquarie, and Wagga Wagga campuses.
Learn more about Indigenous student centres at Charles Sturt.
The Ally Program seeks to build a culture of affirmation and inclusion through raising awareness of the experiences of staff and students who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or intersex (LGBTIQA+). The program has established a network of Allies who publicly support the rights of LGBTIQA+ people in the Charles Sturt community.
Learn more about the Ally LGBTIQA+ Support Program.
The Charles Sturt Disability Service assists students with a disability to participate fully in their studies by providing advice, support and adjustments. Students who may require assistance register with the Disability Service following acceptance of offer to a Charles Sturt course of study.
Learn more about disability support at Charles Sturt.
Academic skills Advisers work with enrolled Charles Sturt students and Faculty to deliver a three tiered model of academic support in things such as literacy, learning and numeracy.