- A wireless network upgrade across the University: The project will provide high bandwidth wireless network coverage across the campuses using the advanced 802.11n standard wireless networking technology.
- Morell Laboratory redevelopment at CSU at Wagga Wagga: The project includes a refurbishment of the laboratory precinct for the Schools of Dentistry and Health Science, Nursing and Midwifery and Biomedical Sciences. It will include a full mock hospital ward for the expansion of the University’s nursing and midwifery courses.
- Refurbishment of student social space at CSU at Bathurst: The existing student amenities buildings are in need of a major redevelopment and refurbishment.
- Extension of student social space at CSU at Albury-Wodonga: Extensions will be made to the entertainment area, storage, catering and servery facilities as well as office spaces.
- Refurbishment of student social space at CSU at Wagga Wagga: Two major student amenities currently known as the Nosh Pit and Ag Tavern will be upgraded and relocated in the case of the Ag Tavern.
- Major refurbishment of building C2 at CSU at Bathurst: The 1970s general teaching building will undergo a redesign to make it more accessible and flexible for modern teaching requirements.
- Refurbishment of the Outside Broadcasting Vehicle at CSU at Wagga Wagga.
- Podcast, vodcast, and synchronous online learning tools: This project will fund technology infrastructure and services to integrate podcasting, vodcasting and synchronous online learning tools within the CSU Online Learning Environment.
- Library redevelopment at CSU at Bathurst: the work will include the creation of group study places, multimedia rooms and spaces for researchers and parents.
- Major refurbishment of teaching spaces at CSU at Wagga Wagga: The 1970s buildings including lecture theatres and classrooms for visual arts and teacher education will undergo improvements.
Government backs enhanced student experience with $14.9 million
1 JANUARY 2003
Charles Sturt University Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ian Goulter, has welcomed the Rudd Government's announcement of a further $500 million in special one-off infrastructure funding for the development of 21st century teaching and learning spaces in Australia's universities.