The Curtin Student Guild is established under the Curtin University Act 1966 (WA). We are governed by the Guild Statute Book, a set of documents that establish the role, powers and procedures of the Guild and its elected office bearers. These documents can be found below.
The Guild Council is the governing authority that manages the Curtin Student Guild's affairs. The Guild Council consists of democratically elected students.
Many Council, board and committee meetings are open to all Guild members. You are welcome to observe, meet your representatives, keep us accountable and get involved in your Student Guild.
If you are interested in attending, please email the convener prior to the meeting.
Click below to access the Guild's Annual Reports.
Nominations are now open for Ordinary Members of the Guild’s Representation Board. If you’ve got a passion for representing your peers, fighting for a quality education, and advocating for the welfare and equity of students - then you should consider nominating.
Candidates may submit a statement of up to three hundred (300) words to accompany any nomination.
Please see the attached Election Notices and Nomination Forms below:
Nomination forms must be lodged with the Returning Officer, Corrie Johnstone either in person through Guild Reception or by scanning their nomination form and emailing it to email@example.com.
The deadline for nominations is 5pm Friday 18th of January 2019. No late nominations will be accepted.
For more information about the position and its requirements, please see the Guild website and Student Guild (Guild Council) Regulations 2018