Albury-Wodonga SRC

Albury-Wodonga SRC

The AWSRC is the student representative committee for CSU's Albury-Wodonga Campus.

The AWSRC provide funding in all different areas on campus & can assist you with any student issues.

Operating as usual


On behalf of Online SRC, we wish everyone celebrating a very Happy Eid ul Adha.

Students joining the Eid prayers in congregation can access the following services near various CSU campus locations.

Please contact MARWA
Please note: Wagga SRC

Contact Islamic Society of Albury- Wodonga.
Please note: Albury-Wodonga SRC

Access the Al- Sahabeh Kelso Mosque in Bathurst
Please note: Charles Sturt Bathurst SRC

Contact MICMA, Mid North Coast Islamic Society in Port Macquarie.


Watch out for these events coming up in session 2! More details for each event to come out soon!!


The theme of World Environment Day 2024 is 'land restoration, desertification, and drought resilience'. It is celebrated to raise awareness and promote environmental conservation.


Please support this important research from our own community!
Link to survey:


Get ready to paint Charles Sturt Rainbow! 🌈

June marks the start of Pride Month and we’re showing our support for LGBTQIA+ students and staff with the Colour Our World Competition! 🏳️‍🌈

Be in the running for the coveted Everyone is Awesome Pride Lego Kit, along with two $50 gift vouchers for a student and staff member! 🏆

Follow these simple steps:
👉 Dress up your study or office space in Pride colours
👉 Snap a pic and send it to [email protected] by Saturday 15 June

Let’s make this Pride Month pop! 🎨

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New Entertainment for Gums/Library Courtyard 31/05/2024

Hey All,
We are looking for ideas for what we can add to shared student spaces!
If you have any fill out the form below!

New Entertainment for Gums/Library Courtyard We are looking for idea for what students want to see in our Gums building (752) or in front of our library (753) Weather it be Table tennis, foosball, an arcade machine or something else! Let your Dreams run wild!

New Entertainment for Gums/Library Courtyard 27/05/2024

Hey All,
We are looking for ideas for what we can add to shared student spaces!
If you have any fill out the form below!

New Entertainment for Gums/Library Courtyard We are looking for idea for what students want to see in our Gums building (752) or in front of our library (753) Weather it be Table tennis, foosball, an arcade machine or something else! Let your Dreams run wild!


Come on down for some free hot drinks and food!

Photos from Charles Sturt Students's post 26/05/2024

Online SRC observes World Day for Cultural Diversity & Dialogue for Development.

Held every year on 21st May, UNESCO leads the celebration of World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development highlighting not only the richness of the world’s cultures, but also the essential role of intercultural dialogue for achieving peace and sustainable development.

Australia is a home to world's oldest continuous culture as well as non-Indigenous people who identify with over 300 different ancestries. There are over 250 languages and over 800 dialects spoken in Australia and 1 in 5 Australians speak a language other than English at home. Australian universities are an important platform in harnessing multiculturalism and enabling dialogue for peace and development among people from different cultures.


A message from our Sustainability advisor

Hey Prom King and Queens!

The CSU Sustainability team is collecting your prom outfits to recycle through Upparel! (Rather than throwing out/ giving back to op shop where they most likely will be thrown out)

Please leave your outfit (washed or unwashed) on your common room table by FRIDAY morning for collection!

Becky 💚🌱


Send a message to learn more

Photos from Albury-Wodonga SRC's post 13/05/2024

🎩Throw your hat in the ring! 🙋‍️🙋‍♂️ With the current two-year term expiring, we’re looking for a Student Member of the University Council.
Nominations for the Student Member position on the Charles Sturt University Council open soon on Monday 13 May 2024. This is an excellent opportunity to represent your peers, make
a difference, gain new leadership skills and build professional networks.
📅 Online nominations will be open from Monday 13 May until 4pm Friday 24 May.
Those who are eligible to nominate will receive an email from BigPulse with a link to the nomination form. The link is unique to you, so please don’t share this link with others.
This is a very important role, so please consider the time required to undertake this role before nominating. Learn more about nominating here 🔗
A little about the University Council
👉 This is the governing body of the University which is responsible
for oversighting a range of activities but not limited to:
📈 Overseeing the University's Strategy
📚 Ensuring the educational environment is maintained
💰 Ensuring that appropriate financial and risk controls are in place
Verifying that the University complies with all relevant legislation
Get ready to nominate! ✅


Come Relax after Touch!
Bar Will be open!!
chill out and play some games


OP-SHOP is open to the public! so feel free to bring your partners, friends and more!

Send a message to learn more


Today we observe the World Day for Safety and Health at work. Many students at CSU are required to undergo placement for their courses. It is important that CSU students and staff feel safe at work and remain healthy for lasting productivity.

You can contact the following for support:

- Access support from Student Advocates:
- CSU Student Counselling:
- Making Complaints at CSU:
- Workplace learning:


Buy a ticket to our upcoming event OP-Shop Prom before the 15th of May and you’ll go in the draw to win a Frank green bottle.

Only $10 per ticket, with 50% of ticket sales going to Dunroamin Charity

Buy below! Or in our bio!



Congrats to all our winners for best dressed last night!
Extra special congratulations to Chelsea who had an insane 104 seconds on our mechanical bull!!
See you all at our next event!!


A Very Happy Theravada New Year to all Buddhist friends at CSU.

What is the significance of Theravada New Year celebration?
In Buddhism, there exists 3 major schools: Theravada, Mahayana, and Vajrayana. The Theravada Buddhists celebrate the new year for three whole days starting from the first full moon in April.

How is the Theravada New Year celebrated?
The festival typically involves offerings to monks, chanting of scriptures, and participation in rituals symbolizing renewal and enlightenment. It serves as a time for reflection, gratitude, and deepening one's connection to the teachings of the Buddha within the Theravada tradition.

In Australia, Buddhism is a minority religion. According to the 2016 census, 2.4 percent of the total population of Australia identified as Buddhist that mounts to 563, 674 persons.

Photos from Charles Sturt Students's post 22/04/2024

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