Find the academic help and support you need at any stage of your degree. Curtin runs a variety of mentoring programs to assist university students at any stage of their enrolment, with programs including support for new students, postgraduates and students with a disability or health condition. You can also become involved as a mentor.

AIME (Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience)

AIME is a community mentoring program, where Curtin students provide support to indigenous high school students. From hip-hop to resume writing, public speaking to study skills, local indigenous students are enjoying the benefits of this one-on-one program.

START (Student Transition and Retention Team)

START can help you make the move to university life. The team runs a University-wide mentoring program, and provides student advisors for confidential support on issues that may impact on your success at uni.


The UniPASS program at Curtin is a voluntary academic assistance program that targets historically difficult units. It can assist in the transition and retention of first and/or second year students.