Parents wanting to help their children make decisions about university study are invited by Charles Sturt University (CSU) to come along to an information evening in Orange on Tuesday March 13.
This free session will provide a wealth of information about entry requirements, accommodation, costs, scholarships and opportunities available on campus.
The information evening is to help your child to research their options and can help to prepare them, and you, for a successful transition to university life.
“Starting university is an exciting time for students and their families,” CSU prospective student adviser Hilary Matchett said.
“At CSU, we understand that navigating the higher education landscape can be like learning a whole other language,” she said.
“We want to help you during this somewhat confusing time, by covering topics to simplify the application process and help give your child the best support possible.
“The parent evenings in March will help you find out everything you need to know about your child getting in to uni and how and what to research when it comes to choosing a university.
“We will cover topics such as admissions processes, costs and how to budget for and tips for saving for study, so you can truly support your child through their final year of school and the decisions they need to make post-HSC.”
The Orange information event will be held Tuesday March 13, from 5.30pm-7.30pm, at the Orange Ex-Services Club.
For information about the Orange and also the Bathurst and Dubbo events, or to register for attendance, please go to the CSU Future Students website.