Resources & support
Curtin provides a range of support services for students to help you make the most of your time at university.
Curtin offers a range of health and wellbeing services to ensure you are healthy and happy during your studies. Our services can assist with relationships, stress, anxiety, sexuality, depression and crisis management. Our health and counselling professionals are available to support you. Contact our confidential hotline on 1800 244 043 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for advice, help or if you are not sure where to find the support you need.
The Careers & Employment Centre can assist you to find employment or undertake further career development. Our career counsellors offer a confidential service to help you with selecting classes, identifying development opportunities and prepare for job search.
The Curtin Leadership Centre can help you develop your skills in public speaking, project management and self-awareness through a combination of workshops, online training and practical experiences. You can learn how to apply your new skills through volunteering and community projects.
The Learning Centre provides free workshops and online programs to help you improve your study skills.
UniEnglish can help you develop your reading, writing, listening and speaking skills.
UniPass is a voluntary, peer-facilitated academic assistance program that can help you get through some of our tougher courses.
The Curtin Student Guild is made up of Curtin students and represents all student interests on the University boards and committees. The Guild provides student members with valuable educational, welfare and social services.
Add to your Curtin education with practical work experience and community projects. No matter what course you are enrolled in, Work Integrated Learning provides opportunities for you to apply what you have learnt to a real-world environment