Find out more by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you may have, or by viewing the Club Registration Form, which outlines the registration requirements in detail. Clubs who successfully register with the Guild are able to access a bunch of great entitlements; including grants, venue hire, BBQ use, sponsorship, promotional support, poster access, a stall at major Guild events (such as O-Day), and much more! For the full list of perks, check out Resources for Clubs.
Club registrations are only accepted within designated “registration periods” each semester, as follows:
Semester One 2018 Club Intake Period: 27 November 2017 – 23 March 2018
Semester Two 2018 Club Intake Period: 25 June 2018 - 24 August 2018
If you have missed the cut-off for the most recent registration period, you will need to reapply in the following registration period.
Clubs and societies must be run by students, for students.
In order to affiliate with the Curtin Student Guild, a club must also be able to meet the following minimum conditions:
Its aims and objectives must not conflict with those of Curtin Student Guild.
It must be beneficial to students, and must not be detrimental to students in any way.
It must be inclusive, with membership open to all Curtin students.
It should not duplicate the activities/objectives of any existing club or Guild equity department.
New clubs (registered with the Guild for twelve months or less) must have a minimum of 10 ordinary members to register. Ordinary members must be current Curtin students.
Re-registering clubs (registered with the Guild for more than twelve months) must have a minimum of 30 ordinary members to register. Ordinary members must be current Curtin students.
All of the club's office bearers must be Full Guild members and current Curtin students.
The club must establish a bank account and email account in the club's name prior to registering.
The club should aim for longevity and sustainability (i.e. renew annually).
The club should uphold member recruitment and retention as a core objective.
The club must comply with club operational and administrative requirements, in accordance with Curtin Student Guild Rules, Regulations and Policy.
The club must govern itself in accordance with the Guild's Default Clubs Constitution, or otherwise must submit their own custom constitution for consideration. Custom constitutions must, at a minimum, comply with and/or address the following areas of the Default Club Constitution:
Name of Student Society
Objectives of Student Society
Power of Student Society
Membership of Student Society
General Meetings of Student Society (including Special/Extraordinary General Meetings)
Committee of Student Society
Officers of Student Society
Finances and Records of Student Society
Manner in which surplus property of society must be dealt with if club is dissolved or de-registered.
Such additional requirements as the Guild Council may determine from time to time.
All club approvals and rejections are ultimately subject to the discretion of the Guild Executive Council. Club applications are reviewed by the Guild Executive Council at their weekly meetings, and prospective clubs are contacted by the Clubs Officer via email with the result of their application within three weeks.