RUSU ClubsTrivia is happening again in 2018!
The annual event ONLY for RUSU club leaders and their active club volunteers. Space is limited so book your RUSU Club Trivia Team quickly!
The event details are:
Thursday April 19, 2018
6 pm to 10pm
@ the NAS Food Court
(behind the IDS) - RMIT Building 12 Level 4. Look for the signs.
There will be free food, beer, cider and soft drinks as well as prize for RUSU Club winners. Meat will be Halal. Gluten free and vegan food options will also be available.
CONDITIONS OF PARTICIPATION:
- Teams must be between 4 and 8 members.
- Clubs with less than 4 members for their team can still register - we will pair you up with other small teams.
- Clubs with more than 12 members wanting to participate may register more than one trivia team. HOWEVER, the club must register one of its' teams as its' "A TEAM" and the other as its' "B TEAM". Only the A TEAM will initially be guaranteed a place. If we have enough space for your B Team, we will let you know at least a week before Trivia Night. NOTE: We may combine a small B Team with another small group to make a team of 8. We just want to make sure as many clubs as possible can participate and provide an opportunity for you all to get to know each other.
- All club team members will be required to show their RMIT student card to gain entry to the event.
- All team members who want to drink alcohol at the event will also need to prove they are over 18 years old by showing us their drivers licence, Passport, Victorian Proof of Age* card etc.
- Any club team member who is under 18 years of age must bring their legal guardian to the event. An older classmate etc. is not a legal guardian...
- RUSU Clubs practice responsible service of alcohol and reserves the right to refuse entry or service to anyone who is intoxicated or disorderly.
* Information about getting a Victorian Proof of Age Card can be found at https://www.vcglr.vic.gov.au/community-services/proof-age . If the only proof of age you have is your passport, get a Proof of Age Card - it's safer and easier than carrying your passport around with you.