Student Assist is the support and advocacy service of the Curtin Student Guild. We’re available for all Curtin students with any personal, financial, or academic issues.
Our team of Student Assist officers can provide you with information or refer you to a wide variety of services. We are unbiased, confidential, and—most importantly—we are run by the Guild, therefore completely independent of the University.
We’re the best people to come to if you need to know about your rights and responsibilities in regards to University policy, and can help explain decisions made about your enrolment, academic progress, or assessments. We’ll also advise you as to how best to resolve academic issues.
Curtin Student Guild’s Student Assist offers confidential advice related to academic, financial and personal matters.
May include assessment appeals, assessment extensions, supplementary assessments, complaints, misconduct (including plagiarism), and questions regarding academic status (including Terminated status).
Include budgeting advice, help with your tax return, emergency relief, and our Bookshop Grant program.
Can include career and resume advice, referrals to legal services, or emergency laptop loans.
Browse the options available to you. If you're still not sure of what would work best for you or the information is not here, come and talk to us.
Advice on appealing Terminated status. You can find information on session times via https://www.guild.curtin.edu.au/
Help with the different assessment appeals.
Assistance with issues regarding Academic Misconduct, Academic Record Fraud and General Misconduct.
Options for making a complaint if you are unhappy with a university decision.
Financial Support & Grants
Financial Counsellor, Bookshop grants, emergency food relief and Loan Laptop Program.
Postgraduate Mentor Program
A program which aims to provide all new postgraduate students with access to a student mentor enrolled in the same course.
Free tax help with an Australian Tax Office volunteer.
Career & Resume Assistance
Interview skills and resume writing workshops.
Referrals to free legal advice and resources for all Curtin students.
Information and assistance with tenancy issues.