The Country Universities Centre network is a not-for-profit organisation, established with the aim of making higher education more accessible for regional, rural and remote communities in NSW.
Any student enrolled at any Australian university can use the facilities free of charge.
Registered students have access to technology, fast internet and a network of like-minded students from 6am to midnight, 7 days a week.
Our Learning Skills Advisor provides additional academic support with regular workshops and one-on-one sessions available.
With RRES scholarships, up to $18,000 available, to support your learning costs, what are you waiting for?
Come and talk to our friendly Centre Manager, Melanie Jay. Your dreams start here!
Lifelong Learning Pledge
By making a decision to encourage lifelong learning, we are planting the seeds of optimism for the future of all Australians regardless of where they choose to live.
In doing so, we begin to develop a culture of positivity, success and opportunity amongst our youth and older generations.
We continue to grow and evolve and continue to learn, expanding our individual capacities of knowledge and wisdom.
As a community we begin to thrive and flourish as the impact of education and lifelong learning is everlasting.
If you feel as passionate as I do about the importance of lifelong learning please join and repeat these words after me.
I pledge to encourage lifelong learning : for myself and my family : for my friends and my community.
To Lifelong Learning
The Clarence Valley community, high school students and parents are invited to come along and hear all about the Country Universities Centre Clarence Valley, and discover what we can do to support you in your higher education journey.
Enjoy a tour of our wonderful facility.
Hear from our student forum about their university experiences, studying online in a regional community. We have students from the faculties of Law, Creative Arts, Psychology, Sport Science, Education, Nursing.
Enquire about various degrees, short courses, scholarships available for regional students.
Be part of our Q and A forum.
Limited spots are available due to COVID restrictions; there are 15 places available for Thursday July 29. If we have oversubscribed attendance response we will re-run the session on the following Thursday evening, August 5. Participants will be notified if this is the case.
If you would like to come along please RSVP name of attendees and number of participants to [email protected]
For enquiries please contact Melanie on 0457 059 064.