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Your results, grades and academic status

Results will be published approximately three weeks after the examination period has ended and will be available via your student portal, OASIS (for Undergraduate and Postgraduate students). Any results you receive as a Curtin student will appear on your Academic Transcript.

The grades and marks you receive have been assigned based on Curtin’s Academic Grading System. These grades affect your Academic Status and may impact your eligibility to be accepted in academic courses or be a scholarship recipient.

You can get access to an unofficial Academic Transcript (Academic eRecord) via the My Results tab of eStudent in OASIS. If you require an official Academic Transcript (on Transcript paper) you can order one through the Student Service Centre.

If you have a sanction or exclusion placed on your record (e.g. outstanding fees, library fines), you will not be able to access your results or be provided with an Academic Transcript until you have cleared the sanction or exclusion.

University Grades

The table below represents the grading system used at Curtin.

The grades and mark range corresponds with the grades that you will see on your Academic eRecord and Academic Transcript. An unofficial Academic Transcript (Academic eRecord) containing past results can be accessed via your My Results tab of eStudent in OASIS.

Academic status

Good standing

This means you are achieving satisfactory results and you can continue your course and re‑enroll. Students on a status of Good Standing have a semester weighted average (SWA) of 50 or higher and pass more than 50% of enrolled units each study period.


A Conditional status means you are at risk of not achieving satisfactory course progress. You are permitted to re-enroll but may be subject to conditions which are determined by the Head of School or Student Progress Appeals Committee. The conditions are to help you improve your academic progress.


A Terminated status means you are not achieving satisfactory course progress and have been terminated from your course. You are not permitted to re-enroll in your course.

You can seek admission into another course or appeal your termination using the Academic status appeal process.