CURTIN EXTRA RECOGNITION
Your time spent working on your club committee can be recognised on your Curtin Extra Certificate at graduation!
Curtin Extra is Curtin’s official form of recognition for students who have made significant contributions to co-curricular programs.
Participation in these programs is aimed to enhance your personal and professional development, and to provide unique and enriching experiences while studying at Curtin. Available throughout your degree, you can participate in more than one Curtin Extra approved program, taking into account your course load and other commitments.
Guild Club Committee Members contribute to student community building through the service, collaboration involved in their club role. Clubs and societies are run by students, for students and we want to ensure there is an opportunity for you to have this recognised.
Part of your unique Curtin Extra experience is the ability to determine your level of participation. The levels are outlined as follows:
- Tier One - a minimum of 20 hours participation in an approved program. Simply log your hours spent working on club activities.
- Tier Two - a minimum 35 hours participation in an approved program, five skills development modules plus a reflection activity. Log your hours spent working on club activities and complete the modules in your own time.
Registration & Requirements
When your club successfully renews/registers with the Guild for the year, all students provided within your committee list become eligible for the Curtin Extra program. These club committee members will receive an invitation from Curtin Extra to register for the program, sent directly to their student email.
You can expect to receive your 2022 welcome email for this program by the end of March. For now, please encourage your committee to track their hours as they go so they don't lose track.
Please ensure you update the Guild of any changes to your committee throughout the year, to ensure new committee members have their Curtin Extra access granted.
Curtin Extra accreditation is not automatic. In order to meet the criteria, you must sign up, log hours, and complete all other relevant Curtin Extra requirements (eg. modules & reflection) through UniHub, prior to the specified deadline each year.
Annual Curtin Extra Completion Deadline: 30 November 2022
Curtin Extra Certificates are issued under the authority of the Academic Registrar and printed on official paper. Certificates will be posted to all eligible graduates in line with the Graduation Office’s mailout dates. Please ensure your preferred mailing address is correct in eStudent.
You can purchase an official Curtin Extra Certificate prior to graduation. Simply login to OASIS and click on the ‘Order Official Documents’ tab on the Welcome page. An electronic version is not available, however you can print a Curtin Extra eRecord on OASIS through the ‘Campus Life & Guild’ tab.
Curtin Extra Digital Stamp
From 2021, students who receive Curtin Extra recognition now also earn a digital stamp that can be shared instantly on LinkedIn and online networks to build their employability profile and showcase their participation and skills to current and future employers. Students can earn multiple stamps if they meet the requirements for each program.
Information within the stamp will include the program name, year, tier, program narrative, earning criteria and issue date. Students will receive this via their Curtin student email account.
Curtin Extra Digital Stamps are issued at no cost to students, and are provided in addition to your Curtin Extra eRecord and Curtin Extra Certificate.
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