Are you brand new to CSU? Or first time on-campus for Residential School?
It does not matter if you are new to CSU, or never been on a campus before or even if you know your way from the Diggings to the lecture theatre, the Library is available and staff are ready to help you!
The Library and Learning Commons are always making improvements to the facilities to make your stay even more productive. Take for example Wagga campus, if you haven’t been to the Wagga campus Library recently, see the new look Learning Commons zone with this virtual tour.
The Learning Commons on all campuses have new Print/Copy/Scan facilities which are fully integrated with your CSU card. By the way, make sure you bring your CSU card with you so you can self-check your loans from the Library. Not applied for your CSU card yet? Find out how to apply right here.
|CSU student card|
Learning Commons zones are available 24/7 by swipe CSU card access. Did you know you can access, PCs, Macs, personal lockers, wireless Internet, a parent room, Assistive Technology facilities, kitchenette and so much more, find out here. Or, take a look at the Bathurst campus virtual tour.
The Library in both Bathurst and Wagga will be running extended opening hours during Residential Schools, find out the times here click on the Residential School tab.
Other things that we can help you with during your stay include:
• how to use the Library catalogue – Primo Search
• finding and borrowing books
• how to find information using a wide range of resources including, journal databases and ebooks
• showing you around the Library and