Subsidised placement accommodation
Three Rivers UDRH provides subsidised accommodation support to nursing, midwifery, allied health and dentistry students undertaking their placements within the Three Rivers UDRH footprint.
We encourage eligible students to utilise Three Rivers UDRH subsidised accommodation during their placement. Student accommodation is available in both on-campus and off-campus locations.
CSU residences are designed to be safe, secure and comfortable spaces for all students to live and work. The buildings and surrounds are patrolled by CSU's retained security service, to make sure students, staff and property are safe. Security is available on call, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The cost of placement accommodation is subsidised by Three Rivers UDRH. Eligible students will be charged a nominated service fee.
For CSU students, this fee will be charged to your student account. Students from other universities will receive an invoice with payment due before the check-in date.
- Students must be an Australian citizen, a New Zealand citizen, or a permanent resident of Australia (including the holder of an Australian permanent humanitarian visa).
- Students must be enrolled in a recognised Health Course, including; 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.
- For students of other universities undertaking placements in our footprint, eligible courses may include other health disciplines not currently offered by CSU.
- Placement must be within the Three Rivers UDRH footprint, with subsidised accommodation provided at a designated Three Rivers UDRH accommodation site.
- Placement must be a minimum of two weeks (10 days consecutive at 80% of full-time equivalent placement days).
- Students who have received a Three Rivers UDRH Placement Grant for the placement may be ineligible for subsidised accommodation.
Additional Criteria for Basis of Accommodation Application
- Three Rivers UDRH on-campus subsidised accommodation is based on a standard single student room with shared common areas and shared (unisex) bathrooms. Room upgrades are not covered under the Three Rivers UDRH subsidy.
- Check-in date can be up to 2 days prior to placement commencement and check out is required 1 day following the completion of placement. Any on-campus subsidised accommodation required outside of those dates does not form part of the Three Rivers UDRH subsidy and will need to be organised directly with CSU Residence Life. If there is a valid reason for subsidised accommodation to be outside of those dates e.g. long-distance travel, please include the details on the subsidised Accommodation Application Form.
- If you are a student from another University or Organisation please supply written evidence of your confirmed placement with your application. The processing of your application will be delayed if this is not supplied.
This evidence must include :
- Your name
- The name of your University
- The Course you are enrolled in
- The Placement Subject
- The Placement Location
- Placement Dates and Duration.
Three Rivers UDRH and Charles Sturt University
Policies and Guidelines
All students staying in Three Rivers UDRH subsidised accommodation must follow the applicable Three Rivers UDRH and Charles Sturt University policies and guidelines:
- CSU Halls of Residence Code of Conduct Policy
- Three Rivers UDRH Off-Campus Accommodation Code of Conduct
- Three Rivers UDRH Griffith Gallipoli Street Handbook