The term ‘alumni’ simply means ‘graduate’. When you graduate from Curtin, you automatically become a part of our alumni community of over 250,000 inspiring people spread across more than 160 countries. Make sure to keep your details up-to-date with us so we can keep you in the loop with the latest events, programs, news and opportunities to help boost your social, personal and professional development.
Information about the Alumni library membership and how to sign up is available here.
Your access to online journals and databases is limited due to strict licensing contracts with the vendors who provide access to the Library’s databases.
The Alumni & Community Relations team and the Curtin Library have very limited control over what online journals and databases are made available to graduates. The Library works with database vendors to attempt to negotiate licensing agreements that include access for graduates. The databases where this has other academic awards, such as Proquest, are made available to Curtin graduates.
To order any of these official documents, please visit the official student documents website. The document fees webpage covers details of the cost of ordering these documents.
If you can’t recall your OASIS login details to place the document order, please contact Curtin Connect on 1300 222 888 or +61 8 9266 3399.
For further assistance with award verification, contact Curtin Connect.
Curtin degree abbreviations, post-nominals and course outlines can be found in the online Courses Handbook. Simply search your degree and click on your degree title. The abbreviation is shown immediately under the title inside your course handbook.
If you can’t find your unit outline, it’s likely it has not been published online. Please contact your relevant School directly, as they may have previous records/unit outlines they can send through to you.
At Curtin, we believe that education has the power to transform lives and communities. Curtin is an innovative and forward-looking university with a strong global presence and outlook. The ripple effects of education are huge and one of the most powerful ways in which we can make the world a better place for future generations. We are committed to our mission of making tomorrow, but we can’t do this alone – we need the support and engagement from the wider community, including our graduates, industry and community partners, supporters and friends. Join us in our mission of building a better, fairer and more sustainably prosperous world for us all.
There are a number of ways that you can support us in our initiatives, programs and endeavours. More information about how you can support Curtin can be found here.
If there is a particular faculty, project or area of the University’s work that you would like to support, please contact our friendly University Advancement team on +61 8 9266 9255. We will be happy to offer you further advice and information on how to support what matters to you and is close to your heart.
Yes, you can make a pledge or recurring to Curtin with your credit card using our online donation form.
All donations, irrespective of the amount, can have a significant impact and make a valuable difference to the Curtin community – whether your donation contributes to our scholarships program or our research and innovation projects, all donations help to make tomorrow better.
Curtin has a number of endowment funds that can be supported, making the impact of your donation, small or large, have a collective and lasting impact. More information is available on our website or you can speak to our friendly team on +61 8 9266 9255.
The University can help you plan a bequest that reflects your wishes. When considering Curtin University in your Will, it is recommended that you seek independent legal advice. More information is available on our website or you can speak to Alumni & Community Relations manager Jysae Hooper via firstname.lastname@example.org or on +61 8 9266 3113.
Curtin University is registered as a deductible gift recipient (DGR) under federal government legislation, endorsed by the Australian Tax Office (ATO) as an income tax concession charity (TCC), and registered with the Australian Charities and not-for-profits commission. Tax receipts are provided for every donation greater than $2.
General information can be provided about your donation, however we advise you to consult your financial adviser and/or accountant.
The University’s ABN is 99 143 842 569.
Yes, non-monetary donations, or ‘in kind donations’, are a generous and valuable addition to our community. For example, the John Curtin Gallery can accept gifts of artwork, cultural objects and other items, which can be processed as part of the Australian Government’s ‘Cultural Gifts Program’ and are tax deductible. For more information, please contact us via email@example.com.
We want to appropriately acknowledge and recognise all of the donors that help support the work of Curtin. We strive to provide our donors with regular feedback reports that demonstrate the impact donations are making, no matter how large or small, on the lives and experiences of our students and on the development and outcomes of research and innovation projects.
However, if you would prefer to remain anonymous, this can be arranged. Please get in touch with our Stewardship Coordinator on +61 8 9266 9255.