Health & Wellbeing
The Student Health & Wellbeing Committee is established to assist Curtin Malaysia in addressing situations where students are displaying behaviours that are disruptive, threatening or concerning in nature that potentially impede their own or others’ ability to function successfully or safely.
The Committee helps identify persons whose behaviours potentially endanger their own or others’ health and safety, or is disruptive to the educational or administrative processes of the University.
The Student Health & Wellbeing Committee does not prescribe discipline or treatment. It is limited to addressing reported behaviours involving violence, threats of violence, or risks of disruption by gathering information, making assessments and providing recommendations to the Deputy Pro Vice Chancellor.