Transition to uni life made easier

13 FEBRUARY 2018

A new program at CSU in 2018 will help uncertain students make the move to university study.

A new program at Charles Sturt University (CSU) in 2018 will help uncertain students make the move to university study.

Key points

- The two-day program will be held on Thursday 15 and Friday 16 February at CSU in Bathurst

- Participants meet academics, learn about student support services, and tour the campus

“University Head Start aims to help both prospective and commencing students understand university life and help them overcome any uncertainties they might have before they start their studies,” Division of Student Services project officer Ms Heidi Annand said.

“It is about easing any anxieties about the steps to higher education by demonstrating how welcoming and inclusive the Charles Sturt University community is.

“We had a really great response from attendees involved in the first two-day University Head Start program in late January.”

For queries about University Head Start, email headstart@csu.edu.au or visit http://engage.csu.edu.au/headstart.html

Background

Orientation at CSU starts for CSU online students Monday 12 February and on campus students on Monday 19 February. On campus classes for Session One 2018 start on Monday 26 February.

Media contact:

Fiona Halloran , (02) 6933 2207


Media Note:

University Head Start will be held from 10am to 4.30pm on Thursday 15 and Friday 16 February 2018 in the Engineering building (1305), CSU in Bathurst.

CSU Division of Student Services project officer Ms Heidi Annand is available for interview. Contact CSU Media.

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