Curtin Act, statutes, rules and by-laws
The governance of the University takes place within a framework which exists to regulate and guide the conduct of Council members, staff, students, and members of the public accessing the University's services.
The University’s governance framework is made up of internal legislation, and polices and procedures. The University’s internal legislation consists of:
The Act of Parliament allowing the establishment and incorporation of Curtin and other related provisions.
Current and repealed statutes and rules including matters related to the student guild, council, enrolment, fees and charges.
The by-laws of Curtin include those related to land and traffic.