The Guild’s Queer Department is an invaluable service for any student on campus who identifies as sexually or gender diverse. This includes people who identify as LGBTQIA+ and those who belong to the community but do not use these terms.
The Queer Department seeks to ensure that LGBTQIA+ students are well represented within the University, and that any problems that may arise for them are quickly sorted out. The department also aims to work proactively to ensure that Curtin is a safe and accepting place for all students.
Individuals can use the department to obtain information on any sexuality or gender-related questions or issues they may have.
The room also acts as a safe space for queer-identifying students and allies.
The Women's Department is here to make Curtin a better place for those who identify as women!
Hosting events, forums and community activities, the Women's Department is a great place to get involved and make positive change.
This year the department will be focusing on creating an engaging community, awareness for resources available to women, safety on campus, self-awareness, mental health first aid, body education and sustainability.
The Accessibility Department is here to represent all students in accessing their university education. Join in an online discussion, meet your representative and attend department events throughout the year.
This year the department will highlight the availability of Curtin Access Plans (CAPS), closed captioning on lectures and educating students about issues around Accessibility.
ISC aims to integrate the cultural uniqueness and diversity in the university, and to create a point where different cultures will meet.
We are dedicated to supporting postgraduate students in their studies and making sure that their time at university is the best possible experience by hosting events, networking functions and support for postgraduate students.
This year the committee is focused in providing events for postgraduates and addressing work-life balance, mental health issues and support.
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