Preparing parents to prepare their children for university life

8 APRIL 2021

Preparing parents to prepare their children for university life

Charles Sturt hosts information sessions to help parents and guardians prepare their children for university life.

  • Charles Sturt University hosts Parent Information Sessions on campus and online

Parents and guardians will get a clear picture of their child’s path from high school to university at Charles Sturt University’s Parent Information Nights.

The Parent Information Sessions, to be held on campus and online, will provide details on student services, accommodation options and scholarships.

Charles Sturt staff will be available to answer questions relating to the courses that are offered at each campus as well as early entry and Universities Admissions Centre (UAC).

The session in Port Macquarie also has an option to learn about a career in rural or regional medicine with information provided about the five-year undergraduate Doctor of Medicine.

Charles Sturt Executive Director of Students Mr Shawn Walker said parents and guardians play a vital role in helping their children navigate entry to university.

“At the events, we’ll provide an overview of the application process, information on our courses, pathways, campuses, accommodation options and support services,” he said.

“There will be an opportunity to hear about our enhanced Charles Sturt University Advantage Early Offer Program, which in 2022 will admit students based on their Year 11 results.”

Sessions will be held on campus in Wagga Wagga, Bathurst and Port Macquarie on Tuesday 13 April from 5.30pm to 7.30pm, and online on Tuesday 27 April.

Sessions have already been held in Orange and Albury-Wodonga.

Visit the Charles Sturt website to register for an upcoming session.

Media Note:

To arrange interviews with Mr Shawn Walker, contact Nicole Barlow at Charles Sturt Media on 0429 217 026 or

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