Do you really know what your Student Guild is all about?
What is the Guild?
The QUT Guild is your personal uni wingman. We provide the services, support and events that will help you get through your studies. The Guild supports over 45,000 students and we are committed to showing you a good time on campus. QUT students have unlimited access to all Guild services. By keeping our commercial services profitable, the Guild can support clubs and societies, facilitate the QUTSport Social Sport Program, provide access to legal and tax advice and bring you epic events like The World’s Largest Toga Party – because university is about more than just lectures and libraries. Keep up to date with the good times on campus by following us on Facebook!
What services does the Guild provide?
The Guild provides a range of commercial and advocacy services. From the Student Rights Hub to the Botanic Bar and Corner Store, the Guild has everything you need to get you through your degree.
Can I join the Guild?
If you are a QUT student, you are already a member of the Guild. To keep up to date with current events and information regarding the Guild follow us on Facebook!
How does the QUT Guild make their income?
Did you know, by purchasing from our various shops or services you are helping fund club events, social sport, student advocacy and a more? What you invest in our stores is directly invested into activities you need to ensure, enjoyment, affordability and support on campus!
Where can I find the good times on campus?
The QUT Guild is committed to creating those epic events that make university an experience like no other.
Each February we welcome students to QUT with The World’s Largest Toga Party, featuring 8000 of your new best friends, some of Australia’s best DJ’s and the only socially acceptable opportunity to wear a bed sheet in public.
Students can also look forward to State of Origin nights, Oktoberfest, Ball Pit Party, the QUT Guild Ball, weekly pool competitions, as well as numerous club events. Don’t forget to spend those breaks between classes at the Botanic Bar and Grove Bar which open daily.
Can the Guild help me if I have an academic issue?
The QUT Guild Wingman is dedicated to representing the interests of students and can advocate on your behalf in disputes with the university. The Guild Wingman can be contacted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, using the emergency student hotline 0421 486 937, or emailing by firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where is Food Bank located?
C Block, Level 4, Kelvin Grove – Contact our Student Rights team at email@example.com to book a time.
I have encountered grade issues/unfair exams/plagiarism ect, what can I do?!
Not to worry, your WINGMAN is here. Call now for 24/7 support on 0421 486 937.
What is the SSAF?
The Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) was reintroduced at QUT in 2012 and is a tax of up to $286 per year paid by all students. Each year the University collects $7 million of your money and spends it on staff wages and duplicating services you already receive for free.
The Guild believes that this tax not only imposes unreasonable hardship upon students, but undermines your freedom to choose what your hard-earned money is spent on.
The Guild continues to lobby the University, as well as Members of Parliament, to see that the SSAF is abolished.
Join the campaign to Axe the SSAF, sign the petition at http://www.axethessaf.com/