Three Rivers UDRH recognises the health issues that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people face, and the importance of improving our Indigenous rural health workforce. We offer support to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students on their academic journeys to becoming successful health professionals. Together, we can help ‘close the gap’ and achieve better health outcomes for Indigenous communities.
Indigenous Pathways into Health Careers Handbook
The Indigenous Pathways into Health Careers Handbook guides prospective students through the health degrees available at Charles Sturt University, and provide inspiration with stories of past and present students on their journey to becoming health professionals.
The handbook also highlights the importance of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people entering the rural health workforce and details the support available for students while studying at Charles Sturt University.
CSU Indigenous Access Program (IAP)
If you're a school leaver or mature-aged Indigenous Australian, but you're unsure if you meet the entry requirements to attend university, the Indigenous Access Program is for you!
The Indigenous Access Program is a five-day entry program which helps you assess your skills and suitability to study at CSU.
Find out more about the Indigenous Access Program.
Scholarship and grants
We encourage Indigenous students to explore the range of scholarships available to help with the costs of studying at CSU.
There are several general scholarships available for Indigenous students, as well as many for particular courses and campuses. Our team can help you find the scholarship that’s right for you.
Health courses supported by us
We offer support to students studying towards a health profession in the following disciplines; Nursing, Midwifery, Dentistry, Oral Health, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Podiatry, Speech Pathology, Pharmacy, Paramedicine, Medical Radiation Science, Mental Health (Indigenous), Psychology, Social Work, Exercise Physiology and Pathology.