ACU Blacktown Open Day 2021

Join us at our Blacktown Campus Open Day to chat with current students and staff, discuss your study options with our experts, attend a presentation or panel, tour the campus, and take part in a range of fun activities.

Blacktown Open Day, on-campus

31 July, 10am – 2pm

You can also join us online

7 August, 2 – 4pm

8 August, 2 – 4pm 

About the Blacktown Campus

We've partnered with Blacktown City Council to open our newest campus located opposite the Blacktown train station in Western Sydney.

Benefit from excellent opportunities with local partners and make the most of purpose-built teaching and learning facilities as well as a range of inclusive student spaces.

You can find out more about our campus, including travel directions and campus maps, on our website.

Explore our Blacktown Campus

What you can study at the Blacktown Campus

Our study area pages are launching 9 July. Check them out to find information on your area of interest including academic presentations, downloadable resources, images, videos, student and graduate stories, and more.

  • Business
  • Humanities and social sciences
  • Law and criminology
  • Nursing, midwifery and paramedicine
  • Nutrition and biomedical science
  • Sport and exercise science
  • Teaching
  • Theology

Campus gallery

We’re delighted to bring a university campus to the heart of this vibrant community and build an opportunity for you to study where you’ll feel at home. Check out some of the facilities at our brand-new campus such as breakout and study areas, collaboration spaces, library, chapel, lounge area, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ culturally safe space, nursing labs, bed simulation wards, moot court, and a science lab (from 2022).

Acknowledgement of Country

In recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples' spiritual and cultural connection to Country and in continuing ACU’s commitment to Reconciliation, it is customary to acknowledge Country. We acknowledge and pay our respects to the First Peoples, the Traditional Owners and custodians of the lands and waterways, the Darug Peoples. We thank them for their continued custodianship. We acknowledge and celebrate the continuation of a living culture that has a unique role in this region. We acknowledge Elders past and present and thank them for their wisdom and guidance as we walk in their footsteps.

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