CLUB GRANTS & PERKS
There are a bunch of awesome grants and funding available to you as a Guild-registered club!
Clubs are able to apply for funding towards an on-campus event hosted in 2023. More details and applications open early February. Already used this grant this year? You can still apply for funds towards your events (including off-campus & non-event expences) via the sponsorship grant.
Club Function Packs & BBQs
COMING SOON IN 2023.....
New packs will be available to suit the purpose of your event from relaxed gatherings, social move nights, professional networking and more! We've got BBQ's, a larger menu for specialised catering options for professional events & various event activation packages.
Bookings and details on a new booking process will be available early February, 2023. Any day now........
2023 Guild-affiliated clubs are able to apply for up to $1500 in funding annually toward events (on or off-campus), activities, promotional material, projects, merchandise, signage & more.
All grants require a submission of a grant acquittal, post-event or post-purchase.
Two $5 club vouchers are available for all Curtin students to collect from the Guild and can be used to score a discount when joining your club.
How do students obtain the vouchers?
Well, you may have heard that Guild stickers are a thing of the past, however, club vouchers still remain while we work out how to make these digital in 2024.
Instruct your potential members to:
- Visit a Guild booth around campus (during O-Week) or Guild Reception (after O-week) with their student ID to receive two club vouchers.
If students want Guild discounts at Guild Cafes, The Lab, The Tav and Gmart, then you can advise them that they can activate their discount online in their own time - outlets will now simply scan Student ID cards instead of witnessing Guild stickers. This is not mandatory to gain club vouchers, you're just being nice giving them this info.
How does it work?
Funds will be transferred directly into your club bank account within 1 - 3 weeks from receiving the vouchers. We'll reimburse you $5 for each voucher you return to us, straight into your club bank account.
*Please note that we will use the bank account you provided on this year's registration, so make sure you update us if anything has changed. If you've given us the wrong bank details, we are unable to reissue any lost funds.
How do you get paid?
Put the completed club vouchers in an envelope.
Each voucher must be clearly labelled with your club name and a student ID.
Submit the envelope containing your vouchers either by post or in-person:
- Post: Address the letter to Clubs Officer, Curtin Student Guild, Building 106F Curtin University, Bentley 6102 WA.
- In-person: Deliver your envelope to Guild Reception (Building 106F) between Monday to Friday, 9am - 4pm (excluding public holidays).
Submit an online lodgement form so that we know it's on the way or has been dropped-off. This is your lodgement receipt.
Free Equipment Hire
Clubs are able to loan Guild-owned equipment free of charge for use on campus!
Need somewhere to store your regularly used club equipment? Located in the 106 Guild precinct. Access is available on weekdays only 7am – 7pm as the courtyard roller doors lock-down. We recommend that you only store your heavily used or valuable items here.
Space allocation is assessed on a case-by case basis in order to cater to our 100+ clubs.
Want to store something? Shoot us an email on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 9266 2927 with:
- Your club name (avoid acronyms please).
- Details of what you’d like to store, rough dimensions and a picture (if emailing) for reference.
- Identify any highly valuable items as we may allocate you a locker instead of shelf space.
Once a space has been allocated , we’ll provide swipe card access to your nominated committee members student cards.
If you can't find what you're after, please email the Clubs Officer via email@example.com.