Griffith Regional Study Centre

Griffith is an exciting, cosmopolitan regional city located in the Riverina Region of New South Wales. Cultures from all over the world have chosen to make the city their home, resulting in a vibrant yet harmonious community with an impressive mix of multicultural cafés and eateries and world class wineries. Griffith is in one of the most diverse and productive agriculture regions in Australia contributing significantly to the national economy.

The Griffith Regional University Study Centre (RUSC) is located on the TAFE NSW Riverina Institute Griffith Campus, which is situated in the heart of the city’s civic centre. Set among extensive eucalypts and native gardens, the campus has a wonderful, relaxed feel and is an excellent place to study and learn. The Griffith Campus has modern teaching facilities, installed with state-of-the-art technological features.

Integrated Business program:

  • This includes a combination of both CSU and TAFE business studies. The qualifications obtained are the CSU Bachelor of Business Studies (currently available by distance education only) and the TAFE NSW Riverina Institute Advanced Diploma of Management, Diploma of Management, and Certificate IV in Frontline Management.

Formal pathway programs offered include:

  • Bachelor of Education (Birth-Five Years) (degree offered as a pathway from Diploma of Children’s Services at TAFE NSW Riverina Institute Griffith Campus)
  • Bachelor of Nursing (degree offered as a pathway from Diploma of Nursing (Enrolled/Division 2) at Griffith Campus)

General Enquiries:

Phone: (02) 6962 0444

Address:
1 Neville Place
Griffith NSW 2680
Australia

Griffith Campus location

1 Neville Place, Griffith NSW 2680

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Facts and figures
City population 25,364
Public transport
Melbourne to Griffith

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4.5 hrs

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7 hrs

Sydney to Griffith plane-icon

1 hr

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6 hrs

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8 hrs

Campus information
Facilities
  • Face-to-face student support and assistance by the Study Centre Coordinator
  • Computers with CSU connectivity
  • Regular visits by the CSU Regional and Remote Learning Support Team
  • Reciprocal user rights for the TAFE library

History of CSU in Griffith RUSC

The RUSC in Griffith is a partnership between TAFE NSW Riverina Institute, Charles Sturt University (CSU) and Griffith City Council. The RUSC was established in 2004, marking a significant milestone in the city’s educational history. It was the first centre of its kind for CSU and was the culmination of a series of community working parties and investigations to foster better educational opportunities in the city, while at the same time addressing skills shortages. The RUSC’s model has received widespread recognition for successfully improving access to higher education.

The partnership between the three organisations continues to investigate formal pathways for other programs. CSU offers guaranteed university entry into most undergraduate courses for anyone who has completed a TAFE Diploma or Advanced Diploma with credit assessed on an individual student basis.