Each of the Charles Sturt campuses has a Library that Year 11 & 12 students and local teaching staff are welcome to join. Joining means you may visit, borrow and make use of our resources and facilities. We also offer a range of online research and digital literacy resources to help in your studies. You will remain a member until the end of year 12.
High Schools that would like their Year 11 & 12 students to join the Library must:
Teachers from local NSW and Victorian schools may join free of charge as a community member.
Once you have joined you may:
The Library has the following local secondary schools registered.
Can’t see your school listed? Contact the Library for more information.
We've created the following guides for you, with study and research tips. There are also links to past exams to help you prepare for the HSC or VCE.
Charles Sturt Uni Guide for HSC students
Charles Sturt Uni Guide for VCE students
These guides are not intended to replace advice from your school.
Looking for books on a particular topic? Use the Library's catalogue to find books available to borrow.
You can also find open access resources. These are available online immediately and for free. Once again use the 'Refine my results' menu but select 'Open Access'.
Use the Find information page for some more search tips, including how to use the databases you have access to.
Check out our Develop your research skills page to learn essential research skills.
Learn how to better participate, promote and protect yourself online by using our self-paced Your Digital Life tutorial. See more at Develop your digital literacy page.
Are you thinking about studying at uni after finishing school and want to learn more about what we have to offer? Take a look at Charles Sturt’s Study website to find a range of course information and resources including Study Link.
You can also learn about our Charles Sturt Advantage program and take a early offer to study with us.
The Charles Sturt Future Moves program inspires school students and young people from regional and rural areas to attend university. Explore questions about uni at the Future Moves - Students website.
To really get a head start, check out our Getting Started modules or watch our Online Library Workshop recordings: