ASSOCIATE GUILD MEMBERSHIP
Associate Memberships for 2023 are now open!
By taking out Guild Membership you are supporting Curtin students.
Activating your Associate Guild Membership
1. Visit the Curtin Student Guild login page.
2. Login using your Curtin staff details.
3. Accept the pop-up disclaimer.
4. Once you've logged in, you will see a welcome message. Logging into the Guild site sets in motion the membership process.
5. Your membership registration will validate within 24 hours and then you can pay your membership fee at any Guild Café, The Tav or G Mart.
6. To pay your membership fee at a Guild outlet simply scan your Staff ID and the cashier will prompt you to pay the membership fee for 2023.
5. DONE! You will be able to scan your CURTIN ID at Guild cafes and outlets and save 10%.
If the 'login' link sends you to the Guild homepage – there is a chance you have already activated your discount. Check if you’re logged in by tapping the menu button in the top right hand corner of your device (see below).
If you are logged in, this means you have already activated your discount!
Associate Members - you will then have to pay your membership fee at a Guild outlet. Simply scan your Staff ID the next time you visit a Guild outlet or cafe and the cashier will prompt you to pay the $10 membership fee for 2023.
Associate Membership Fees
$5 for students from Canning College, Curtin College and Polytechnic West.
$10 for graduates or diplomats of the University, graduates or diplomats of Universities in Western Australia.
$10 for Curtin staff members, associates and on-site contractors.
Associate Members have access to discounts at all Guild Cafes and Outlets on campus.
It is the discretion of all external providers displayed on our Discounts & Offers page if their offer extends to Associate Members.
We would suggest enquiring directly with that supplier to confirm if the offer is available to you as an Associate Member.
Associate Guild Members do not receive club vouchers as these are covered by SSAF fees Curtin University students pay for.
It is the discretion of Guild clubs to accept non Curtin student members, please get in touch with them directly.
For clubs who do allow non Curtin students to join (including Curtin College students), these individuals would be classified as associate members. Associate club members typically enjoy all the same club membership benefits as ordinary club members, with the exception of being able to run for office bearer or committee positions on the club, or vote at the club’s AGM. This is also referenced in section 5 of the Default Guild Club Constitution (which most clubs operate under), however if a club has a custom constitution, then this will be governed in their specific constitution.
For more information on Guild Membership Statute No. 4 - Student Guild (Part 2, 7. Membership).