Higher education access and support
At Curtin, we want to uncover the potential in people. We do this by raising awareness of the long-term benefits of higher education, provide pathways into university for a diverse range of students, including those from disadvantaged backgrounds and from regional and remote areas, and support the success of students through our higher education access and support programs.
Access and participation plans
Our initiatives aim to increase the participation of domestic students from low SES backgrounds in accredited undergraduate qualification courses, and to support the retention and success of these students.
We have a range of programs to inspire and support entry of people from diverse backgrounds into higher education.
Our programs and services can enhance opportunities for people from diverse backgrounds to participate and succeed in higher education.
- Student support and wellbeing
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander student support
- Student Study support
- Family responsibilities FAQs
We partner with Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME) to ‘build mentoring bridges’ and ‘deliver the gift of knowledge’ through our students.