PUBLIC consultation sessions into Charles Sturt University’s re-branding and possible name change have to come a close.
The sessions were held at six of the university’s campuses, including Orange, and an online survey on the subject attracted 1500 participants.
The call for public feedback comes following CSU’s announcement that as part of its 30th birthday celebrations it was considering major changes.
It is now time for us to consider the vast amount of feedback received.
“Charles Sturt University has sought feedback from the community, students, alumni and partners in relation to the University Strategy and brand refresh,” a CSU spokeswoman said.
“We appreciate the feedback provided at these sessions and through our online survey, which received over 1500 responses, as well as through social media channels.
“It is now time for us to consider the vast amount of feedback received and present a recommendation to University Council.”
The spokeswoman said no decision had been made in relation to the university name change.
Public consultation sessions were also held in Bathurst, Dubbo, Albury-Wodonga, Port Macquarie, Wagga Wagga campuses.
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