The HSE Student Club aims to help HSE students to network with other students and professionals. The club assists students to get the most out of their university experience and engage with industry-leading companies to get work-ready.
IBF is a non-denominational, bible-believing, and Jesus-centred fellowship of Christians at Curtin University who understand that Jesus, in his death, resurrection and outpouring of his Spirit are at the centre of the Bible and God’s purposes.
The Mature Age Division is a Curtin University Guild Club aimed at assisting older students with everything from information to social events to providing a peer group of fellow students with life experience.
Sunburn causes 95% of melanomas. 1 in 5 teenagers & 1 in 8 adults are burnt on an average summer weekend. MASC aims to change that by raising awareness of the importance of slipping, slopping, slapping, sliding & seeking in students.
NADSA is a Curtin University club for students, and is the student association for students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science (Nutrition) and the Graduate Diploma in Dietetics in the School of Public Health.
PPIA (The Indonesian Students Association of Australia) of Curtin University aims to increase awareness of the Indonesian culture, whilst at the same time bringing together those with an interest in Indonesian culture.