- Open Days return to Charles Sturt University campuses after two years of disruption by the COVID-19 pandemic: future students, families, and community members welcome
- Open Days provide the opportunity for future students to speak to the University’s experts about courses, learn about student life and living on campus, take tours, and much more
- Attendees encouraged to register early for Charles Sturt Open Day information sessions and campus tours at the six regional campuses
Charles Sturt University 2022 Open Days are back on campus in August and September for future students to discover their study options and learn what university life is like.
Executive Director of Marketing at Charles Sturt, Ms Sandra Sharpham, said it’s wonderful to have on-campus Open Days again after the disruptions of the COVID-19 pandemic because they provide the opportunity for future students to speak to University experts about courses, learn about student life and living on campus, and much more.
“We are delighted to invite everyone to our six regional city campuses to come and experience Charles Sturt University,” said Ms Sharpham.
“Open Days are a great opportunity for high school students and their families to get a feel for university through immersive tours and to talk face-to-face with course and university experts.
“It is also the perfect event for anyone thinking about studying – if you’re looking for a career change or to progress in your career, Charles Sturt University has one of the largest ranges of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in Australia.”
The University is encouraging prospective attendees to register online to attend the information sessions and campus tours as places are limited.
“Getting in early and registering before the event allows you to best plan your Open Day experience and secure the sessions you’d like to attend, said Ms Sharpham.”
Ms Sharpham said in order to keep all participants safe, as part of the University’s commitment to ensure its COVID-Safe events follow government guidelines, while each information session and tour will have limited places available, many of the sessions and tours will run at several times during Open Day.
“If your preferred information session or tour is fully booked, be sure to check the other available session times,” she said.
“There are also plenty of giveaways and free food on the day, and we encourage families and our communities across our campus cities to attend.”
There will be campus-specific activities at each of the Open Days:
- Port Macquarie – 10am to 3pm Sunday 7 August – see Port Macquarie details
- Wagga Wagga – 10am to 3pm Sunday 14 August – see Wagga Wagga details
- Albury-Wodonga – 10am to 3pm Sunday 21 August – see Albury-Wodonga details
- Bathurst – 10am to 3pm Sunday 28 August – see Bathurst details
- Orange – 10am to 1pm Sunday 4 September – see Orange details
- Dubbo – 10am to 12pm Sunday 11 September – see Dubbo details