About Us

Curtin Student Guild are a not-for-profit organisation supporting and representing the Curtin student body. Not only focusing on student representation, Guild provides services, facilities and activities for students. If you have any enquiries, or concerns about anything student related, please contact us or pop by Guild Reception and book an appointment to see your Student Faculty Representative or a Student Assist Officer.

To keep up to date with the latest benefits, news and offers for Full Guild members, make sure you visit our website and "like" our facebook page at www.facebook.com/curtinguild. Full Guild Membership can be activated through GUILD RECEPTION, or via our membership stalls in the first few weeks of each Semester.

Location: Guild Precinct, Building 106F, Curtin University,
Kent Street, Bentley,
Western Australia 6102
Hours: Monday to Friday 9am - 4pm (As of 22nd May, 2017)
Phone: (08) 9266 2900
Fax: (08) 9266 2996
Email: reception@guild.curtin.edu.au
Web: www.guild.curtin.edu.au (even though you're already here!)
The Guild's Mission, Vision & Values

Our vision is to be the leading independent student run organisation in Australia, which is highly valued by all of the university community, especially our members.

Mission Statement
The mission of the Curtin Student Guild is to:
  • Actively represent and advocate on behalf of Curtin University students;
  • Encourage and facilitate student participation in University decision making;
  • Provide a range of services, facilities, and activities for our members, helping them to have a fulfilling university experience; andProvide competitive services to the wider Curtin University community to ensure the relevance and sustainability of our operations.
Our Values
In working towards its vision and mission the Curtin Student Guild subscribes to the following values and principles:

Ensuring student control of student affairs, underpinned by democratic decision making;

Acting at all times with integrity and ethical consideration based on open and honest behaviour and mutual trust;

Demonstrating a sense of community with respect for an acknowledgement of diversity;

Ensuring engagement and consultation with our members, the University, and the wider community;

Be responsible and accountable to our members, ensuring transparency of actions, with the resources of the Guild applied for the maximum long term benefit of our members, present and future.

An attitude of welcoming change and growth with an emphasis on best standards and continuous improvement in our services and staff; encouraging individual and organisational development and creativity in all that we do;

Active co-operation with both internal and external organisations and groups who have similar goals and values, offering benefit to our members;

We will boldly question university decisions to ensure that they are in the best interests of our members.