Focus for 2024

My focus this year is to:

  • Fighting to improve the rights of students renters in campus accommodation.
  • Improving the welfare of Curtin students by reducing wait times at Curtin councilling and improving the accessibility of mental health services at Curtin.
  • Advocating for the introduction of a duty of care for students. Students should be safe when they are at university and universities should be held accountable if they fail to protect the safety of students. 

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What does this role do?

Be the channel for feedback and ideas between us students and Curtin’s senior executives.

  • Lead the different areas of the Guild by making sure they have what they need to serve students
  • Listen to what representatives and students are saying and channel this to Curtin’s managers
  • Run campaigns to win what students are asking for - things like bringing back in-person lectures and our second tuition free week
  • Be proactive and advocate for things that will improve the student experience - $20K clubs grant

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About Jasmyne

Hey! I'm Jasmyne, your Guild President for 2024. I'm studying a double degree in Law and Commerce (help!). Previously I have been your Ordinary Reps Board Member, FBL Rep and just last year I was the Guild Secretary. With my experience with student advocacy and activism, I will continue to fight for the best possible learning experience for Curtin students.

One thing about me is that I am always on campus! If you see me waiting for a coffee at Concept or sussing out what Simply Delicious has on offer, don't hesitate to come say hi! You can also email me or pop by the Guild Office.

The Guild is here for you anytime, so if you need support let us know.

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