"Learning is a noble pursuit and is something we should be encouraging people to do, not penalising them for it."
"For students to succeed, we need to ensure that we are prioritising their wellbeing."
"I am hoping to bring this campus back to life after COVID shut us down for the bigger part of 2020, that means bigger and better events, and giving clubs the space and support to truly shine."
"I want to make sure students are informed about what is going on, and I want them to realise that they have the power to demand better."
Hope you’re enjoying the semester break, here’s a quick Guild Monthly Recap!
Here to bring you your monthly update on what the Guild has been up to in October!
Twelve academics have been named as Curtin’s top teachers at the 2020 Excellence in Teaching Awards held last week by the Curtin Student Guild.
Here to bring you your monthly update on what the Guild has been up to!
Here's our monthly update from your Guild Representatives to you.
Curtin Student Guild President Hana Arai today slammed the Government’s proposal to withdraw student loan access to those under academic stress.
A food aid program set up by Curtin University’s student union has received a funding boost from Lotterywest.
Curtin students are back on campus for semester two with social distancing the new norm and the first successful virtual Orientation Day in the university’s history.
Do you have two or more years left of your degree? Now is the time to join a club!
WA students will rally in protest against the Federal Government’s proposed higher education fee changes on Friday, 3 July 2020 at Parliament House from 12.30 to 2.30pm.
Curtin Student Guild has condemned the Federal Government’s plan to double the fees of domestic students studying arts, humanities, social sciences and communications who enroll in courses from 2021.
Academic misconduct. What is it and what should you do?
If you are a non-Aboriginal person, that’s not to say you haven’t had hardships in your life, but when you are an Aboriginal person, the structures of life have deliberately been set up to disadvantage you and advantage another group of people.
Having trouble finishing your assessments on time?
Be prepared, clear your mind and know your rights around exams and final assessments!
Garry Feeney looking back at his time working at Grok and within the Curtin University in the early 1970s.
Pablo Campillos was an active student back in his day—quite literally!