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Faith and religion

At Curtin we warmly welcome people of all faiths and religions into our diverse community.

Multi-faith facilities

Curtin University provides facilities to the Curtin community reserved for spiritual or religious purposes. There are three faith facilities currently available on the Perth Campus.

Faith communities and visiting chaplains

Explore a range of faiths and visiting chaplains at Curtin University.


Buddhism follows the teachings (Dharma) of Lord Buddha.


A religion based on the person and teachings of Jesus Christ.


A monotheistic faith as revealed through the Prophet Muhammad as the messenger of Allah.


Judaism is a monotheistic religion which traces its origins back to Abraham.


Sikhism is a monotheistic religion in the world of major religions.

Have a query?

Our multi-faith officer supports students of all faith backgrounds and provides a neutral confidential space to explore your spiritual needs. It is very important that Curtin is a safe space for you to explore and practice your religious faith.

The multi-faith officer can provide you with spiritual support in a number of ways, including:

Pastoral care

Supporting your unique spiritual needs and concerns as well as bereavement and grief support.

Practical support

Assisting with religious equity for exams, graduation and assessments.

Chaplain support

Refer you to a specific faith professional or community of your choice who can support your needs.

Events and facilities

Managing and assisting with religious events, services and facilities on campus.