- Guided campus tours to be offered to prospective students in Port Macquarie will include new Stage 2a facilities
The recently-opened Stage 2a of Charles Sturt University in Port Macquarie will be included in campus tours offered to prospective students on the Mid North Coast.
Students considering furthering their education at Charles Sturt in Port Macquarie can now take a tour, which covers Stage 1 and Stage 2 and accommodation buildings, or any combination.
Tours are up to one-and-a-half hours, are led by a student ambassador, and will include a tour bag and exclusive access to the campus’s newest facilities.
Charles Sturt Director of External Engagement in Port Macquarie Ms Kate Wood-Foye said Port Macquarie is the ideal location to live, work and study, and is excited to show prospective students what’s on offer at the University on the Mid North Coast.
“Charles Sturt University in Port Macquarie is expanding to allow for more students to come and live and study on the Mid North Coast,” she said.
“These campus tours will give an inclusive preview of university life, allowing prospective students to immerse themselves in the learning spaces, courses, accommodation and community we have on offer.
“Excitingly, there are now 20 face-to-face degrees offered at the Port Macquarie campus with an extensive range of additional courses offered online and across our other campuses.
“The Stage 2 Development, of which Stage 2a was opened on Thursday 8 October, will expand our student intake.
“We look forward to meeting prospective students and welcoming new students in 2021.”
Marketing Coordinator of Student Recruitment and Engagement in Port Macquarie Ms Bernadette Gammon said tours can help students make a decision on which location or campus they want to study at.
“I think coming to the campus can be really encouraging for students, having the option to see the campus and meet current students, they can picture themselves here,” she said.
“Our student ambassadors can’t wait to show students around and share their experiences, and they are especially excited to show off the new building that opened recently.”
Tours can be booked Monday to Friday at 10am, midday, and 2pm via the University’s website.Twilight tours from 5.30pm on Thursdays will be available until the end of spring.