Sure, being Charles Sturt alum places you in good company with access to great networks but it also comes with other tangible and exclusive benefits.
We’ve got your back with professional development services, wherever you are in your career or in the world. If you happen to live near a campus, you can also access the library and learning commons, computer labs, meeting rooms, and sporting and recreation spaces with your free Alumni Access Card.
And because we think you’ve earned it, we also provide discounts on postgraduate study and CSU wine.
We’re also always looking for new alumni benefits, so it’s good to check in here occasionally to see what else we have on offer, or if you have ideas on what you’d like to see – our inboxes and ears are open.
What are the benefits?
What’s in it for you? We’re glad you asked!
We think loyalty should be rewarded. If you’ve studied with Charles Sturt before, you’re entitled to a 10% discount on fee paying postgraduate courses.
As a graduate of Charles Sturt, you are entitled to free lifetime membership of the University library. This includes borrowing and online database access.
Charles Sturt is committed to the health and well-being of its communities. As alumni, you’re welcome to access University clinics at discounted rates.
Access Careers Support for help with your resume or job applications, preparing for interviews or job search strategies.
You may know and love Charles Sturt award-winning wines, but did you know you can receive alumni discounts?
If you’re making a difference and inspiring others, we want to know about it! Nominate yourself or someone you know.
The Alumni Education Verification tool provides a searchable database of graduates from Charles Sturt University which will display award qualifications received by a student including the date of graduation/conferral.
Your official academic transcript comes in handy when applying for employment. It includes enrolment details, units completed and results.
Our research impacts
Research impact is the demonstrable contribution that research makes to the economy, society, culture, national security, public policy or services, health, the environment, or quality of life, beyond contributions to academia.
Active Armed Offender
How police respond is a significant community safety issue.
Australian International Traders
International trade is vital to the Australian economy.
History of the Tentmakers of Cairo
The unique art of khayamiya was almost excluded from the history of Islamic and Egyptian art.
Ecological Pest Control
Achieving food security whilst reducing dependence on hazardous inputs is one of the greatest challenges facing humanity
Understanding the experiences of older people and including them as partners in service provision.
The research backed a community driven initiative for cultural revitalisation in the Wiradjuri nation of central and southern NSW.
Diabetes screening clinic improves community health
The research led to improved quality of life and reduced morbidity and mortality for program participants.
Emergency services, community service organisations and the community collaborate to build resilient communities.
Children's literacy through storytelling
Making learning to write a fun and positive experience for kids by linking drawing and storytelling.
Water ecosystem health
Working with water management organisations and communities, and contributing to planning and decision-making for this valuable resource.
Planting perennials to individualise farming systems; increasing profits and reducing environmental impact.
Informing how child abuse cases with multiple accusations against a single person are dealt with.
Sustainable livestock grazing
Supporting the Chinese government to restore nearly degraded grasslands, improving the livelihoods of impoverished herders.