Talk:Charles Sturt University
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hmm - there are a couple of things i am not sure are a 100% correct on this page :
for example i wonder if it might be better to say the university is well known for its courses in ... creative arts ... since it has not offered any undergraduate courses in fine arts since about 1999
i am also not sure about the accuracy of the sentence "...CSU is also well known for its extensive range of distance education courses, being a leader in the field. It was this factor that lead to the university not increasing tutition fees by 25%..." JohannesGerardusKlabbers
- If you think these are inaccurate (and thus shouldn't be in the article), then you're quite welcome to take them out - it sounds like you know what you're talking about. Ambi 09:01, 3 May 2005 (UTC)
thanks! i think i will...
I think the first part of this statement was still correct and should have been left in - ""...CSU is also well known for its extensive range of distance education courses, being a leader in the field. It was this factor that lead to the university not increasing tutition fees by 25%..."--Zig c 04:48, 25 January 2006 (UTC)
If Bathurst is an appropriate category for this article then why not also Albury, Dubbo, Orange, Wagga Wagga and possibly also Canberra, Sydney and Broken Hill? -Gimboid13 17:51, 7 April 2006 (UTC)
I think the article needs to be sectioned up as the first few paragraphs are like a barrage of info. Maybe a section on courses and another on campuses? Maybe also history of the uni? French line 14:11, 11 October 2006 (UTC)
NSW Government Agency?
Should CSU really be in that category? I don't know a lot about the administration of education in Australia but I didn't think each individual university was a state Agency.Garrie 12:33, 29 December 2006 (UTC)
The following is not correct
It is the only state institution delivering higher education in "western NSW" (the part of New South Wales west of the Blue Mountains).
The University of New England at Armidale is also in "western NSW", more specifically in the "North West region" of the state (and west of the Blue Mountains). —Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 04:53, 21 November 2008 (UTC)