Where to get advice

Help is readily available when you need advice, support or practical assistance.

Contact details on this page relate to Curtin Perth Campus. Please refer to local directories for similar contact information.

Guild Student Assist

Provides direct support, or will refer you to other support services.

+61 8 9266 2900
Country callers
1800 063 865

Student Wellbeing

Can help with any issue affecting your wellbeing or sense of satisfaction.

1800 244 043

Counselling Services / Disability Services

A free service that provides a safe, professional environment to deal with any issues affecting you.

+61 8 9266 7850
1800 651 878

Student Equity and Diversity

Promotes ethical principles and socially just practices.

+61 8 9266 7914

Integrity and Standards Unit

The central point within the University for the recording of complaints. Deals with allegations of inappropriate behaviour or staff misconduct.

+61 8 9266 9184
1800 907 998
Online notification form
Lodge online notification


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