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It all starts at Orientation

Orientation is your first taste of life as a Curtin College student. It occurs the week before classes – make sure you attend!

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What you can expect

Day one of your Curtin journey

Your Orientation day occurs the week before your classes do. In Orientation, you’ll be provided with information and advice relating to your studies and new environment. It is a great opportunity to make new friends, meet your lecturers and discover what facilities, services and support are available to you at Curtin College. You will also meet orientation leaders and student mentors, who are all successful students or recent graduates of Curtin College.

It is an activity-packed day, full of fun activities that will help you meet new people and get settled in. It’s also your chance to learn more about your course and faculty so that you’re prepared for an easy transition to tertiary studies.

Attending Orientation

What to expect at Orientation

Attending Orientation is important, as it ensures you are properly enrolled for your course. If you haven’t enrolled yet, you’ll be guided through the enrolment process where you can create your timetable, buy your textbooks, and obtain your Curtin College student ID card.

To get the most out of the day, arrive on time and be ready to meet people from all over the world!

Orientation includes:

  • Welcome to the College
  • Take a campus tour
  • Meet your Curtin College Student Mentors
  • Learn important policies and documents for students
  • Enrol for your units
  • Get introduced to the Student Portal
  • Get your Student Concession Smart Rider for public transport

You should bring:

  • Your Letter of Offer
  • Passport and visa details
  • Confirmation of Enrolment documents (CoE/eCoE)
  • Photo Identification (e.g. Passport, Driver’s Licence, Proof of Age Card, etc)
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