The UWA Student Guild is run by students, for students, and exists to make sure you have the best university experience possible. We provide our members with events, opportunities, support, discounts, student advocacy and a bloody good feed on campus (if we do say so ourselves).
Want to know more? Explore our website to find out!
Getting started with the Guild
Joining the Guild is free, yes, FREE.
Your Guild sticker is the key to accessing everything the Guild has to offer. Make sure you’ve ticked YES to being a member on studentConnect, and then head to the Guild Student Centre (GSC) in Guild Village to pick up your sticker OR come and visit our tent on O-Day!
Cool things you can get with a Guild membership:
DISCOUNTS on food, drink, entertainment and heaps more at UWA and across Perth (check out uwastudentguild.com/discounts for a full list!). There’s almost 100 places your Guild membership can save you some moolah, so go nuts!
The sweet Guild discounts apply at all of our food outlets across UWA campuses:
- Hackett Café in Hackett Hall
- Quobba Gnarning in Reid Library
- Catalyst Café in the Barry J Marshall Library
- Business School Cafe in the Business School
- UWA Tavern next to the Refectory
- Nedlands Café on the Nedlands Campus
- Dentistry Kiosk at the Oral Health Centre.
At cafes you’ll get up to a huge 25% of on coffees and hot drinks, plus 10% off on everything else. At the Tav, you’ll get 10% off on specials!
A FREE GUILD DIARY full of maps, contacts, important dates on campus, vouchers and more.
FREE or discounted entry to Guild events like Block Party, End of Semester events, St Patrick’s Day, movie nights and heaps more!
Access to STUDENT ASSIST – providing free academic, financial and welfare assistance and advice whenever you need it.
CLUBS AND SOCIETIES
- We’ve got over 160 Guild-affiliated clubs and societies at UWA – there’s a club for just about anything you can think of, and if one doesn’t exist then we can help you start one! Guild members get discounted membership for all our clubs and societies.
- Boost that LinkedIn profile by getting involved in committees, clubs and Faculty Societies – it’s a great way to develop leadership skills for endorsement.
- Discounts on membership for Guild clubs and societies.
GUILD WEEKLY – our weekly e-newsletter keeps you up-to-date on everything you need to know about what’s happening on campus. Events, news, notices, food specials and more – it’s all in there! We also send out fortnightly newsletters for our international and postgraduate students.
Becoming a Guild member also supports our many services and initiatives for minority groups and the entire student body of UWA, including representation and advocacy through our student Departments!
The Student Departments and the representatives who run them each year do a lot of legwork to bring you relevant, useful information, events and opportunities, as well as advocating for students in minority groups and the rights of the student body as a whole. They sit on Guild Council, our committees and the University Senate and working groups to make sure the student voice is heard at all levels.
The Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) is a fee charged each semester you are enrolled. The SSAF funds a lot of the services available at UWA – the Guild receives 50% of SSAF, and all our funding goes straight back into things that help YOU as a student, and helps make all our awesome events, services and governance happen!
Here’s a breakdown of how we use your SSAF $$: