Welcome to the Easter 2015 Residential Schools!

Are you brand new to CSU? Or is it your first time on-campus for Residential School?

All campus libraries will be open  and staff are ready to help you!

To see what facilities are available and what is in the library take a library tour of the Albury, Wagga, Bathurst or Orange libraries and learning commons.

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 so you can access your on-campus accommodation, the learning commons 24/7,  borrow books and print. Not applied for your CSU card yet? Find out how to apply right here.

CSU student card

The learning commons zones are available 24/7 by swipe CSU card access.  You can access, PCs, Macs, personal lockers, wireless Internet, parent’s room, assistive technology facilities, kitchenette and so much more, find out here.  

Albury, Wagga, Bathurst and Orange libraries will be open for extended  hours during Residential Schools, find out the times here and click on the Residential School tab.

You can keep up to date with what’s happening on the campus libraries by following us on Facebook or Twitter.

 We can help you during your stay with
• using the Library catalogue – Primo Search

• finding your subject’s Library Guide
• finding and borrowing books
•  finding information from a wide range of resources including, journal databases and ebooks
• showing you around the Library and

• so much more, all you have to do is Ask Us!

Looking for someone to help you in the Bathurst and Wagga libraries? Look for our student rovers between 12 and 2pm (wearing the bright green shirts)