Curtin Singapore
Curtin Singapore

Rights and responsibilities

Orientation

Orientation happens for all new students in the week before classes start each semester. You will be given plenty of information to give you the best possible start. It’s the perfect opportunity to become familiar with the campus facilities and learn about student support services. There are also social events to help you make friends and have some fun.

Lost property

It’s important to take extra care of your personal belongings, particularly in the canteen, library and computer labs. Laptops, mobile phones, wallets, USBs, multi-purpose student cards, etc. should not be left unattended. The replacement fee for the multi-purpose student card is S$10.00.

Please report your lost property to Student Central. If you come across items someone may have left behind, please hand them in to Student Central or to the Security Guard after office hours.

Attendance

It’s your responsibility to attend all lectures and tutorials. Please bring a copy of your timetable to all classes, especially in the first few weeks of semester to ensure you’re in the right lectures and tutorials.

Failure to attend the correct lectures and tutorials will result in your attendance not being recorded for that week.

You’re expected to arrive on time for classes and remain throughout for each lesson. Attendance will not be recorded if you are more than 15 minutes late for class.

Local students

You are required to maintain a minimum 75 per cent attendance for each enrolled unit.  If you fail to obtain the minimum attendance requirement, you won’t be eligible to sit for the final examination regardless of previous work submitted.

International students (Student’s Pass holders)

In order to fulfil Immigration & Checkpoints Authority of Singapore (ICA) attendance requirements, please note the following:

Absence justification

If you’re absent from class due to valid reasons, such as medical conditions, you’re required to obtain a medical certificate for that day and complete an Absence Justification Form.  Only an original medical certificate issued by a Singapore registered medical practitioner is deemed as valid. You must submit it to Student Central along with an Absence Justification form within seven days.

We reserve the right at our sole discretion to reject absence reasons that are invalid or non-justifiable.