As a graduate of Charles Sturt University, you’re in good company.
You are a valued member of our 170,000 strong alumni, a vibrant community of individuals we care deeply about.
With predecessor institutions that date back more than 100 years, CSU is unashamedly a university of the land and people of our regions.
Acknowledging the culture and insight of Indigenous Australians, CSU’s ethos is ‘yindyamarra winhanga-nha’ the wisdom of respectfully knowing how to live well in a world worth living in.
We are genuinely proud that our commitment to community helps our graduates become holistic, far sighted people who help make this a world worth living in.
Whether it’s been days or decades since you studied with us, we encourage you to stay connected with CSU. This website is designed to help you do just that!
‘Yindyamarra Winhanganha’ is a Wiradjuri phrase meaning, ‘the wisdom of respectfully knowing how to live well in a world worth living in’. It’s a sentiment at the heart of CSU’s approach to education, and reflects the University’s ethos ‘for the public good’.
Has your education taught you to live well and what are you doing to make this world worth living in? Share your story here.
CSU has encouraged community organisations to apply for grants of up to $1 000 as part of its Rural and Regional Arts and Culture Program.
Opportunities to strengthen the Australian agrifood sector by meeting its workforce skills needs through education and training will be discussed at a forum in Wangaratta on Monday 29 June.
A CSU advertising graduate has become an industry star this week by winning a coveted international award at Cannes, France.