Guild clubs and societies are run by students for students, cultivating a fulfilling and well-rounded university experience. With categories including international, academic, faith-based, issues-based, and special interest, clubs actively engage the student community by organising events and programs tailored toward their club’s particular area of focus. Committee Members have hands-on experience in managing people, operations, and events.
Guild Councillors and Subsidiary Committee Members provide representation and leadership for their respective cohorts, acting as a conduit from the student body to the Guild. These students work with Office Bearers to make decisions on and roll out campaigns and engage in student welfare, education and equity programs.
Curtin Student Guild Office Bearers are elected students who represent the interests of their relevant student groups. Guild Office Bearers provide direction to and manage the Curtin Guild on a day-to-day basis, engaging in financial decisions, campaigns, and events that ensure the Guild’s continued function.
Curtin Student Guild Equity Collective Members engage with students within their collective, they assist the equity officers and act as a medium for the exchange of information between students and equity officers.
Equity Collective members are active in defending the rights of all students, specifically discrimination based on the characteristics of students it represents.