Life at CDU
CDU offers a variety of accommodation options for students in and around a number of our campuses and centres. Visit the Equity Services website to get more information about accommodation options for CDU students, including room types, available services and accommodation costs.
Clubs and sporting groups
University is not just about studying, there are many opportunities for you to make new friends, network with like-minded students and become actively involved in the community. From the CDU Student Ambassadors to course specific groups and different sporing team, there is something for everyone. Check out the CDU Student Association (CDUSA) to view the list of clubs and associations.
CDU offers free library membership to Year 12 students and teachers. Students can borrow up to five items for up to 28 days. The libraries are quiet and comfortable places to work with lots of resources to help you get the most out of your study.
Students can apply for membership in-person at the Casuarina campus library. Please bring the Year 12 Student Library Application Form (PDF 107KB), signed by a parent or guardian.
For more information visit the NT Secondary Students LibGuide website.
Transitioning from high school to university can be daunting. At CDU, we pride ourselves on having a variety of services on offer to help make this experience easier for you.
Equity Services provides support in a range of areas. As a CDU student you're welcome to access, free of charge, a number of confidential services to help you. There's someone for you to talk to about almost anything. Even if you're unsure about the most appropriate service to access, we encourage you to contact Equity Services. A quick chat will help connect you to the relevant area.
CDU offers fantastic opportunities for students to study overseas. Students can combine study with adventure while pre-approved units can be credited towards a CDU degree.
CDU has partnerships with universities in North America, Europe and Asia but there are a number of other study opportunities students can undertake with assistance from the Office of International Services.
The University is also an active participant in the Australian Government funded New Colombo Plan and Endeavour Mobility Grant programmes and receives funding support for CDU students through OS-HELP.
Watch the video to learn more about the CDU Exchange Program from a CDU student who studied for a semester in the USA.
For more information visit Global Mobility.
For a full list of on-campus services including banking facilities, bookshop, medical services, transport, gym and cafeterias visit the CDU Services wepage.