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COVID-19 response status

  • Campus closed
  • Wear a mask indoors
  • Wear a mask at outdoor events
  • Vaccination mandatory on campus
  • Work/study from home as directed
  • Venue capacity restrictions apply
  • Physical distance 1.5 metres
  • Stay home if feeling unwell or waiting for test results
  • Practice good hygiene
  • Use ServiceWA app

Information for students

Study and financial issues 

Any questions relating to study issues or financial support should be directed to Curtin Connect, the University’s hub for student service, support and advice.  

Health and wellbeing

Curtin offers a range of health and wellbeing services that can help support you through the stresses of COVID-19. These include health services, counselling services, disability support services and wellbeing advice.

If you are feeling unwell and begin to display symptoms of COVID-19 (a fever, cough or other respiratory symptoms, or a sudden loss of taste or smell), or you think you have been exposed to the virus, you can take a Rapid Antigen Test or visit a COVID-19 clinic for a PCR test. You may also wish to seek advice from the State Government’s COVID-19 Enquiries Line on 1326843 or your own doctor.

If you visit a clinic for a PCR test, please self-isolate until you have been cleared of COVID-19.

Confirmed or suspected cases of COVID-19 on a Curtin campus must be urgently reported using the webform. All other non-urgent COVID-related concerns can be sent to covidconcern@curtin.edu.au.