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Curtin University
Integrity and Standards Unit


Curtin is a culturally diverse community in which everyone is accepted and treated fairly, and respect for one another is a part of everyday life. Curtin is committed to its Values, Signature Behaviours, and to the Code of Conduct (the Code) and all that it entails, particularly in relation to expectations of high standards of professional behaviour in all areas of work activity and relationships.

The Integrity and Standards Unit (the ISU) is here to help Curtin staff and other stakeholders understand and correctly apply the Code.

Find out about the ISU

Accessibility accessibility icon

I have a disability or difficulties with language - what accessibility options are available to me for lodging a complaint?

Complaint resolution Community members

How are complaints that are lodged about the University and its officers handled and resolved at Curtin?

Curtin students Curtin students

What rights and obligations do I have, and what expectations are placed upon me in terms of my conduct, as a Curtin student?

Curtin staff Curtin staff

How do I find out about staff conduct-related matters, available education and training on relevant topics, and keep up-to-date on important ISU news?

Complaints, compliments, incidents and wellbeing concerns Register a complaint

Where do I lodge a complaint about the University and its officers, report an incident or concern about someone's well being, or provide feedback?

Conflicts of Interest / Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality policies icon

As a staff member, where do I disclose a conflict of interest / gift, benefit or hospitality, or assess a disclosure I have received?

Public interest disclosures Public interest

How do I make a protected disclosure under the PID Act 2003 (as opposed to a complaint) about wrongdoing at Curtin which I believe is in the public interest?

Fraud and corruption prevention policies icon

How do I find out about the University's framework for fraud and corruption control and how I can prevent these risks from occurring or report them?

Contact the ISU

Phone: 1800 907 998 OR +61 8 9266 9184


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