Download AGM Agenda 2022

The Curtin Student Guild AGM is your chance to hear your Guild Representatives report on what the Guild has been up to in the past year and an opportunity to give your feedback.

** Remember to bring your student ID to sign in **

?? FREE sausage sizzle, while it lasts!
?? FREE drink voucher* for the first 100 people to arrive!

DATE: Wednesday 18 May 2022
TIME: Starts at 12:15pm
LOCATION: The Tav (106C) & Agora Courtyard

Approved 18+ ID required for entry into the Tavern.

There will be an all ages section set up just outside the Tavern beer garden for students under 18 that would like to attend the AGM.

Online students will be able to submit questions. More information will be provided closer to the event.
The event will be livestreamed to Facebook.



AGM stands for Annual General Meeting. At the AGM, the Annual Report for 2021 will be presented along with the audited financial statements for 2021.

Any Guild Member may submit a proposed resolution for discussion and a vote at the meeting and must do so in writing by noon on Wednesday 11 May 2021 to the Guild Secretary via emailing the item to secretary@guild.curtin.edu.au

The agenda including all motions and associated documents will be issued by the close of business Monday 16 May 2021.

For questions or further information, please do not hesitate to contact Guild Secretary, Dylan Botica, by emailing secretary@guild.curtin.edu.au


Terms & Conditions

* Drink voucher must be used during the event. Valid for a middy of house beer, cider or soft drink. Approved 18+ ID required for entry into the Tavern.

** All attendees at the AGM must sign in. Those who do not wish to sign in, or are ineligible to sign in (i.e. not a current Curtin student, or unable to produce proof that they are a current Curtin student and Guild member) will need to leave the AGM area (beer garden and fenced-off all-ages area, immediately adjacent to beer garden).


Acknowledgement of Country

The Curtin Student Guild recognises the Whadjuk Noongar people as the traditional owners of this land, and pays respect to elders past, present, and emerging. This land is stolen, sovereignty was never ceded and this always was and always will be Aboriginal land.