The CSU corporate uniform is available for purchase by tenured staff and staff who are on contract for a minimum period of two years. Orders are placed periodically throughout the year by CSU to the supplier, Orange Clothing Company. Click on the following links for a view of the corporate uniform range:
Staff are encouraged to pay for the uniform through the salary packaging arrangement as no GST is payable and the cost of the uniform is pre tax. The cost of laundering the uniform may still be claimed as a tax deduction.
The University has a fitting range on the Wagga Wagga campus. It is recommended staff view and try on garments prior to ordering as only faulty garments may be returned. Garments are available for viewing / fitting in Building 8, Wagga Wagga campus (by appointment) or may be forwarded to you via the internal mail system - contact Kathy Watt on ext. 32255 or email email@example.com.
Orange Clothing Company also welcome staff to call in to their shop which is located at 4 McNamara Street, Orange. Orange Clothing have a selection of garments and sizes from the CSU uniform range however they do not stock the entire collection. Staff are requested to provide the company with prior notification of their attendance on 1300 550 567.
Click on the appropriate link to download and complete forms:
Order form (in Excel format) and payroll deduction authority are to be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Processing of orders takes approximately 4-5 weeks. The Stores section will notify staff when their order has arrived.
Order Dates will be advertised periodically on "What's New".
No exchanges - returns only accepted if garment is faulty and within seven (7) days of receipt of order.
Payroll deductions will commence seven (7) days after the order has been received.
The University will make an initial one-off contribution of $100 to each member of staff who purchase and wear the corporate uniform. In following years the contribution will be reduced to $50 per annum, effective from 1 January each year. The contribution is available to tenured staff or staff on a contract for a minimum period of two years and is to apply to only one order period during the year.
The University's Corporate Wardrobe has been registered as "Approved Occupational Clothing". This means that you can claim the cost of purchase, alterations, repairs, dry cleaning and laundry as a tax deduction. If purchase is salary sacrificed it cannot be claimed as this counts as the taxation claim.
The Tax Department have stipulated that in order to qualify for tax deductibility the wardrobe cannot be mixed with non wardrobe clothing items.