At Curtin, you’re welcomed into an environment where you’re respected and valued, regardless of your sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.

If you identify as LGBTIQ+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Intersex, Queer, Questioning and otherwise diverse in your sexuality and/or gender), you can access a range of support and resources at Curtin.

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Support and community for LGBTIQ+ students

See the services, support and community initiatives available to you at Curtin.

More about support and community

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Ally training

Our Ally training empowers and teaches students and staff to support LGBTIQ+ students.

More about training and awareness

Changing your name and gender details

Changing your name

To update your formal name with Curtin University, follow the steps below:

  1. Log into OASIS.
  2. Click on the eStudent tile.
  3. Click on Submit USI/Personal Details under the My Details tab. 
  4. Complete the form, ensuring you attach the relevant supporting documents. 
The Change of Personal Details form can also be accessed on the Student administration forms webpage.
You can also request a preferred name using this form. No supporting documentation is required when updating your preferred name.
For information on changing other personal details, view the Changing your details webpage
If you are studying via Open Universities Australia (OUA), please contact Open Universities Australia directly to update your record

Changing your gender details

Curtin systems allow for identification as M (male), F (female), or X (indeterminate/unspecified/intersex). No supporting documentation is required.

For support and further information see the Gender Transition at Curtin guide or contact a Curtin Ally or the Student Wellbeing Advisory Service.

To change your gender details contact Curtin Connect.

Changing your details with the University will not automatically change your details with government agencies and could lead to delays in services with agencies whilst verifications take place.  For example, Centrelink student support payments may be interrupted if name and gender records do not match at both the University and Centrelink. Please carefully consider any potential consequences of not changing your personal details with all government agencies you deal with.