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Over 100 student-run Clubs & Societies run activities, events, competitions, productions, get-togethers, seminars, camps, conferences and more for over 10,000 student members. Clubs & Societies aims to foster student participation in clubs, facilitate the activities and administration of clubs, provide financial and administrative support to clubs and liaise between clubs, the Monash Student Association and the University.
Joining a club or society (or two) at university will not only help students make new friends and make their time studying at university more enjoyable, but it can also help to develop both life and vocational skils which can assist with their future employment. Clubs & Societies helps develop skills such as:
Clubs & Societies Council
Clubs & Societies is governed by the Clubs & Societies Council, which is comprised of all club Presidents as represents all of the clubs affiliated to Clubs & Societies and the Clubs & Societies Executive.
Clubs & Societies Executive
The Clubs & Societies Executive is a nine-person body elected from the Clubs & Societies Council and is responsible for the Affiliation, Rregistration and funding of clubs, administration of the C&S budget and prosecution of acts of misconduct by clubs. Elections for the Executive are held in September each year.
Clubs & Societies is supported by a Support Officer, a Development Officer, three Auditors and an MSA Manager.
Clubs & Societies is a non-political, autonomous division of the Monash Student Association (MSA). Clubs & Societies is funded by the MSA and the MSA provides facilities, administrative support and staff resources. As a division of the MSA, Clubs & Societies has a number of important privileges:
The Monash Student Council may not amend any of the above privileges without the approval of Clubs & Societies. Only the Clubs & Societies Council may approve amendments to the Clubs & Societies Constitution.