Initiatives

Charles Sturt University is engaged with a range of regional community organisations to support the development of our regions.  Our support is provided in a range of ways including providing access to University facilities to conduct programs, staff participation on committees and boards, community based research and projects, and activities funded under the University-Community Partnerships Program.

A partnership for rural students
Addressing oral health care in collaboration with our regions
CSU Community Heartsafe Program
CanLIFT - Resistance Training for Post Cancer Survivors
Community Connections
Community Members Share their Experience as Tutors
Community Radio a Regional Voice
Digging deep for regional tourism growth
Distant Connections 2013
Doctors4theBush Project
Expanding health services in cooperation with rural communities
Expanding health services with rural communities
FalconCam Project
From Rural School to Rural Nurse
Future Moves
Getting rid of the blockages in rural mining
Giving Life through Blood Donations
Growing the arts and music education in the country
Hello Koalas Public Sculpture Initiative
Hume Collaborative Alliance
Identifying speech and hearing problems early with rural kids
Keeping it Cultured in the Bush
Kerr Sustainability Centre Community Garden
Luminosity Youth Summit
Never Stop Learning - University of the Third Age
Outback Oral Health Program
Promoting practical economic research for our regions
Providing Space for Art to Grow in the Bush
Reducing Diabetes Complications with our communities
Riverina Equestrian Centre
Run for your life
Science in the Bush
SpICE Program - getting ready for rural work
Sporting Rural Australians
Squirrel Project
The Leisure Company - Charity Fund Raising
Understanding Agribusiness Today and Tomorrow
Volunteering for a better rural Australia
Wiradjuri Language and Cultural Heritage Recovery Project
Working together to build Skills in the Central West
Working together to build Skills in the Far West
Working together to restore our regional wetlands
Working with rural Australians with speech impairments
Writers Unblocked in the Bush