CSU are facing one of the biggest hurdles in the club's existence.
Months after celebrating 50 seasons, Reddies are nervously waiting on a decision from Charles Sturt University regarding plans to introduce a new clubs policy across its campuses.
Among the most concerning aspects is the requirement for any associated club, which the Reddies fall under, to have at least 75 per cent of its members as current students.
Reddies are nowhere near that point but have a strong alumni presence.
President Ryan Giacca has met with university officials in an attempt to keep the status quo. "We are basically an alumni club and former students make up the majority of our membership," Giacca said.
"It (the policy) would impact us greatly.
"We've completed the feedback process and we're just waiting to see what they come back with.
"To their credit they've been fairly receptive but we will have to see."
Giacca expects to hear more from the university in the coming days. However, he admitted it was a slap in the face given the club's long history.
Southern Inland rivals Ag College will also be affected, although they draw the majority of their players from the student base, and the Bushpigs in the Farrer League.
Part of the policy takes power away from the student representative council for matters including affiliation and in case there are any behavioural issues.
Another big concern is the timeframe of the planned changes - in time for next season.
It's another area where Giacca is hoping to gain some leeway.
"It was a bit surprising as it just came out of the blue and we had no warning or consultation," he said.
"It just turned up and we thought we had to deal with it pretty aggressively.
"They have told us we will have a year or two to transition."
Finding a new name and a new home ground would be two priorities for the club if the policy is implemented as it stands.
"Hopefully we can resolve it before it gets to that stage," Giacca said.