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Sexual Harassment and Assault Education Module a Step Closer

A steering party is being set up as the first step toward developing a consent and appropriate behaviour education module for students and staff at Curtin University following the 2017 Human Rights Commission report into sexual harassment and assault at Australian universities.

Town Halls for Trimesters

This week you have the opportunity to let the University know how proposed changes to the academic calendar will impact you.

Guild a finalist in prestigious catering award

Curtin Student Guild has been named a finalist in the prestigious 2018 Savour Awards for Excellence.

New Guild Statute Approved

A new Guild Statute has been approved.

Curtin's Top Teachers Chosen By Students

Curtin students honour their top teachers.

2018 Budget: A Bad Deal For Students

As expected, the announcement of the Government’s budget means bad news for students.

IT expert is Curtin’s top teacher according to students

“The recognition motivates me to assist more students now and in the future.”

Greener Eats at Curtin

The Curtin Student Guild, which runs most of the food outlets on campus, has made a commitment to introduce biodegradable products to all its outlets.

Bury the Bill!

Stop Government Changes to Student Debt

What it's like going to uni with your mum

Hint: it's nowhere near as bad as it sounds. It's actually pretty fun!

Curtin Student Guild leading the way with low sensory O-Day

On Wednesday 21 February, Curtin Student Guild will be beginning their O-Day with a low sensory “Quiet 30”. From 11am to 11.30am the Quiet 30 will be a low sensory environment for students who may benefit from sensory awareness event programming. Guild O-Day typically attracts over 12 000 visitors throughout the day and is a showcase of Guild services, clubs and more.

2018 Guild Diary Cover

Check out who won our competition!