Think of an idea for a group - something that you are passionate about, ready to commit to and that other students would want to join! Make sure that a group with a very similar name, purpose, objectives or activities does not already exist (see the list of the current Student Groups or speak with the Student Groups Support Officer).
In 6 simple steps your group could be up and going in no time!
Ensure you have enough members; you need a minimum of 10 currently enrolled students to establish a group. You should also consider how you may promote your group to other students in various campuses to allow for maximum reach to all students. It's important to note that the University will also ask for evidence of student membership when considering your application.
Student groups must have a set of club rules, otherwise known as a constitution. To make it easier we have created this Template Constitution (DOCX, 499.44 KB) for you to use. The Student Groups Support Officer is available to assist you to build a constitution, please contact via email to set up a time to discuss further.
Before you submit your application you will need to hold a meeting to decide things such as, who will be the president, will you have a membership fee and all the other essential details for running your club. This initial meeting is also known as an inaugural general meeting (IGM). See resources for tips on how to run an IGM.
- Semester 1: Due before Friday 27 March 2020
- Semester 2: Due before Friday 14 August 2020
The Student Groups Support Officer will contact you regarding the outcome of the application, 2 weeks after the closing date.