Check out what you could get involved in
Student Ambassador Program
Become a Student Ambassador and you'll make a significant contribution to the university community while developing making friends and developing skills for life.
Open Day is about fun and learning. It’s a chance for you to explore our campus and enjoy some great entertainment.
Art Gallery exhibitions
Since its creation by the gifting of an art work in 1980, the University’s Art Collection has grown to become the third largest collection of art held by a public institution in the Northern Territory.
More things to get involved in...
CDU is often buzzing with different events, from large campus wide events to small intimate gatherings such as book launches and art forums.
The CDU events calendar will help you to keep track of all upcoming events so you don't miss out.
The biannual Professorial Lecture Series provides an opportunity for CDU's academics to discuss their specific areas of interest, from ecosystems through to history.
This annual oration honours the service of Austin Asche AC QC to the people of the Northern Territory and his contribution to the law, tertiary education and to the community.
O Week is your first taste of university life and it’s a great way to meet new friends and your lecturers. There are fun activities to help you connect with other students and familiarise yourself with your campus.
Studying online? No worries, there are activities for you as well - check the O-Week program for online workshops.
Clubs and societies are a great way to be a part of the community while meeting new friends with similar interests.
CDU has a wide variety of clubs and societies for you to get involved in.
The CDU Student Association (CDUSA) organises fun events, curates the numerous CDU clubs and societies and is home to the Student Representative Council (SRC).
The SRC consists of up to 12 VET, undergraduate and postgraduate students from a variety of colleges and study modes.