Running your club requires a bit of work, but it doesn't have to be tricky. Knowing the processes and procedures you need to follow will help you to run your club smoothly day to day.
Find all the key dates for clubs in 2022.
New club enquiries should refer to our Start a Club page.
2021 affiliated Clubs have already been provided with information about the 2022 re-affiliation process (including 2021 AGMS).
Clubs that were not able to re-affiliate for 2021 due to the impact of COVID19 are advised to contact us to discuss their options.
Clubs that have lapsed (i.e. not maintained their annual re-affiliation) may be required to re-apply as a new club (apply for provisional club status). Please contact us for advice.
For guidance on how to set up your Clubs constitution, you can refer to the RUSU Clubs model constitution.
All RUSU Club Members must adhere to a code of conduct.
Download the RUSU Clubs web page instruction manual to find out how to use the website for your clubs page.
If your Club has a "@rmit.edu.au" email and you are nominated as a delegate to that account, learn how to access it.
There is a formal process that needs to be adhered to when an elected club executive member wants to resign. For further information on the resignation process, please read the guide.
Read the RUSU Clubs general guide to running board meetings.
Download the RUSU Clubs basic template for taking minutes at meetings.
Download the RUSU Clubs formal template for taking minutes at meetings.
During your time as a club leader, students may approach you when they are having a hard time or need help. If this happens you don’t need to have all the answers, you just need to listen and then help direct student to the service that can assist them. RUSU Staff are here to help you. Please read the info sheet to help you understand where you or a fellow student can go for help.