We recognise the diversity of the general, psychosocial, wellbeing and learning needs of our students. The College is committed to giving students every opportunity to progress and flourish, and will provide reasonable adjustment to decrease any obstacles that may exist.
We acknowledge the right to privacy and confidentiality, and encourage an awareness of the needs and rights of people with disabilities, psychosocial or other demonstrable factors that may impact on their health, safety or wellbeing in accessing an equitable learning environment. Students and staff with disabilities or other needs are afforded equitable access and practical support to participate fully in the life of the College.
View our Access, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Policy
If you have a disability or health condition that could impact your studies, you can access a range of support services through Curtin AccessAbility. If you have a caring role for a relative or friend with a disability, you could also be eligible for support.
We encourage you to provide Curtin College with information regarding the nature of your disability and special needs during the application and enrolment process, so we can assess your support needs and ensure that you are able to succeed in your studies.
Curtin AccessAbility provides services for students where the impacts of a disability affect their studies and their student experience. The AccessAbility advisors can work with you to develop a Curtin Access Plan (CAP), a document outlining the support that will meet your individual needs. We acknowledge all students’ rights to privacy, and all information shared is completely confidential.