News and events
COVID-19 notice: Unfortunately, Charles Sturt has had cancel all non-essential face-to-face events. The situation is being monitored and updates will be provided as they come to hand.
There’s always so much happening at Charles Sturt University.
Here, we’ve brought together the latest in University news, events and alumni stories – so you can keep your finger on the pulse.
You’ll also find our alumni magazine, Thrive, which is a great read about the latest courses, research and campus developments, plus plenty of stories of our amazing, goal-kicking alumni.
Remember if you’re not getting Thrive in your inbox or invitations to alumni events, make sure to update your details.
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The Charles Sturt University Student Hardship Fund (COVID-19) has been established to ensure students facing unexpected financial challenges can progress with their studies.
Bringing people together - it's what we do!
Our events bring together our alumni in social, professional and volunteer capacities, providing opportunities to experience new things and develop lifelong relationships.
Keep your details updated
From cooking schools to balloon rides, race days to ghost tours, we host alumni events in all shapes and sizes all over the world.
Be sure to keep your details updated so we can invite you to the next event close to you.
Due to COVID-19, events are currently limited. Here are some of our past events to give you an idea of what to expect in future.
Yarra River Sunset Cruise
Our Alumni joined us to watch the sunset over Melbourne.
Professional Development Breakfast - Melbourne
Over breakfast Ellie, discussed the Hogan EQ Reports.
Alumni Networking Event - Brisbane
This event was designed for participants to network and reconnect with fellow Charles Sturt Alumni.