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Governance for Clubs

Here are all the regulatory requirements you must meet when running a club.  
Think constitution, policy and procedural guidelines. 

If you can't find what you're after, please email the Clubs Officer via clubs@guild.curtin.edu.au

Jump to:

• Clubs Charter

• Club Registration

• Constitution

• Club AGM Guidelines

• Clubs & Societies Committee meetings

• Consent & Sexual Safety

Clubs Charter 

The Clubs Charter outlines all major club operational requirements and processes and explains how the Guild assesses the various types of club applications and requests.

View Clubs Charter

Club Registration 

All club registrations expire on December 31 every year.
Clubs must lodge an annual renewal form in order to remain affiliated with the Guild.

You will need to log in to complete this form - if you do not yet have a user account on this website, please create one using the button at the bottom of the log-in page.
NOTE: user accounts must be created for each individual user, not under your club name.

Renew your Club Registration


Most clubs are required to govern themselves in accordance with the Default Guild Clubs Constitution. 

The only exceptions are if:

  • you have submitted a custom consitution to the Guild and had it approved, OR
  • you are an incorporated body, in which case you must follow this version instead.

 Guild Statute Book and Policy Documents

Club AGM Guidelines 

Your club must hold an Annual General Meeting each year to elect committee positions for the following year and report on the club's activities.

New clubs (less than 12 months old) do not require an AGM.

Download step-by-step guidelines and a range of read-to-edit templates for your AGM:

Clubs & Societies Committee meetings     

Next meeting will be held in 2021
Please note that this meeting will take place both in person on Curtin University Bentley campus while simultaneously using the video conferencing app, Zoom , feel free to create a free acount HERE if you'd prefer to dial in.

RSVP to meeting & submit agenda items

Clubs & Societies Committee meetings are run twice per semester. They are a two-way communication forum between clubs and the Guild. The full agenda is circulated via email in the week prior to each meeting.

View previous minutes and upcoming agendas  

Consent & Sexual Safety 

The Curtin Student Guild is committed to ensuring safe, consensual and enjoyable campus club culture.

This fact sheet provides further information on how you can play your part:
Consent & Sexual Safety: Guidelines for Clubs

This free course developed by the Sexual Assault Resource Centre WA (SARC) aims to increase knowledge and understanding about sexual assault issues and to increase people's ability to effectively respond to disclosures of sexual assault from adolescents and adults. All club committee members are encouraged to complete this course.COURSE TIP: Login as a 'guest' when you register for this free course:
Responding to Disclosures of Sexual Assault

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