This is your opportunity to have your say on who will represent you, the students, at a university level and beyond!
In-person polls open 10am Monday 18 September 2023 and close 4pm Thursday 21 September 2023.
You must have your student ID card to vote!
Voting will take place at Club HQ (Building 106B) and a location near Mallokup.
Electronic voting will be used although some paper ballots will be available at polling locations for accessibility purposes.
Applications for postal votes closes 12noon Tuesday 12 September 2023
The Guild represents ALL students including online, part-time students or those who can't be on Bentley campus for other reasons. This also includes those at the Perth and Kalgoorlie campuses.
Applications for a postal vote are available from Guild Reception (Building 106F) or you can download here.
FREE Democracy Sausage
The Guild will be running a FREE sausage sizzle for all voters in this year’s Guild Elections.
From 12pm, while stocks last! Vegan options available!
Monday 18 September
Outside Curtin Guild Reception (Building 106F)
Tuesday 19 September
Curtin South (215 Engineering Pavilion Fixed BBQ)
*Must show “I Voted” sticker to receive your free sausage sizzle*
You will receive the sticker from the polling locations.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who can I vote for?
Once the candidates are announced you can find them here!
What do I need to bring?
We need to prove you're a student and you are who you say you are, so don't forget your Student ID!!
Is voting compulsory?
Nope, it's not but we highly recommend you do! This is your opportunity to have your say on who will represent you, the students, at a university level and beyond.
I'm a Curtin College student. Can I vote?
Unfortunately no, only enrolled students of Curtin University who are enrolled at the census date for semester two can vote.
When do we find out the results?
Counting of votes concludes Friday 22 September 2023. The Declaration of Poll and Report to be given to the NUS by 4pm Thursday 5 October 2023.
Who can vote?
To be eligible for enrolment to vote in the Annual General Election a person must be an enrolled student of the University at the Semester Two Census Date. An enrolled student is someone who is enrolled in at least one unit and includes UniReady students.
Make an appointment to speak with the Returning Officer Kelly Dansie who can be contacted on 0433 056 950 or by emailing GuildElectionCurtinUni@outlook.com