Orientation is the important first step to set you up for a successful first semester at Curtin.
Your Orientation is made up of three key steps:
- Completing key tasks before O-Week
- Attending O-Week and your compulsory Faculty sessions
- Getting involved in workshops and events during your first four weeks of semester
Semester 1, 2020 O-Week will be held from Monday 17 to Friday 21 February 2020.
Program information will be available from mid-January.
Complete the key tasks in OASIS
OASIS is where you can complete your enrolment, check messages and access Blackboard, Curtin’s learning management system.
Log in to OASIS to complete the tasks below:
Log in to OASIS and follow the prompts to enrol in your units. If you’re studying on campus, you can register for classes and create your class timetable.
Your Personalised Orientation Planner lists all of the compulsory Faculty sessions you need to attend during O-Week. You can also add any additional information sessions that you’d like to attend.
Semester 1, 2020 O-Week program information will be available from mid-January.
Unit outlines give you details of tasks, assessments, contact details for each unit you are enrolled in. Find your unit outlines in the ‘My Studies’ tab in OASIS. If they’re not available to view yet, check back closer to the start of the semester.
As a Curtin student, you have access to a range of free and discounted software. Follow the steps below to download your free copy of Microsoft Office 365.
- Within the OASIS ‘Welcome’ tab, click on ‘Open your OASIS email’.
- Click ‘Office 365’ in the top left corner of the page.
- Select ‘Install Office’ and follow the prompts.
If you need help, see the Microsoft Office help page.
Completed your tasks in OASIS?
Here’s what else you need to do to get ready for O-Week:
Curtin has a set of online systems you’ll use to study, communicate, access lecture recordings and submit assignments.
Read through Curtin’s IT guides to get familiar with your online study tools.
Undergraduate and enabling program students will be matched with an experienced student mentor who will help you through your first semester at Curtin. Your mentor will connect with your in person or through email.
If you’re a postgraduate student, you can apply for a mentor through the Curtin Student Guild’s Postgraduate Mentor Program.
Follow the New to Curtin Facebook page for useful tips and tricks from other students on how to have a successful first semester at Curtin. You’ll also find out about opportunities, workshops and events to help you get off to the best start.