Food and retail
With retail and food outlets, a book shop and bank, our campus is like a small village, ensuring you’ve got the things you need to stay on track with your studies and enjoy student life.
Everything you need in one place
Shops on campus stock a wide variety of textbooks, stationery, magazines, novels, cards, art and computer equipment. There is a dry-cleaning outlet and self-serve printing and binding. STA Travel is our on-campus travel agency. The friendly team can provide travel advice, exclusive airfares and travel insurance for your next adventure.
The Curtin University Early Childhood Centre provides quality childcare for children aged five and under. Vacancies usually occur at the beginning of each year and we strongly recommend you apply early to maximise your chances of gaining a place for your child.
Located in the heart of campus, the library is an inviting and modern hub where you can access a vast collection of information for your learning and enjoyment.
Open 24 hours a day during semester, there are PCs and iMacs for you to use and laptops available for short term loan. There are charging facilities for all your devices, and you can book a study room to work on group assignments, or take a break in one of our energy pods.
The library runs tours during Orientation Week so you can find your way around before term starts, and check out the best study nooks.
There are several options for travelling to and from campus. Curtin has two large bus stations with frequent services between the University, city and surrounding metro areas.
If you’re a keen cyclist, the campus has fantastic facilities including bike pods with swipe card access, electric bike chargers, lockers and showers.
For drivers, there is pay-as-you-parking, as well as a carpooling service.
We also offer a free bus service throughout semester for students and staff living near campus.
Curtin is a multicultural campus and we respect and value the diversity of religious beliefs among our students and staff. On the Perth campus, we have a multifaith prayer and meditation room, a spiritual garden and a Muslim Musalla.
The Curtin Student Guild manages a range of faith services and events and a schedule of visiting chaplains.
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