QUT Guild funds and supports the Queer Collective, Women's Collective, Disability Collective and Environment Collective on campus. These collectives aim to provide social support and run campaigns and initiatives on campus to help address specific issues faced by marginalised students at QUT.
We encourage all students who need this type of support to reach out and join our community.
The Queer Collective is an autonomous group by and for LGBTQIA+ people at QUT, with a strong focus on diversity, inclusivity and friendship. From providing a support network and advocating for queer rights to throwing fun events and meet-ups - we do it all. It’s free to become a member; join today!
Facebook and Instagram @qgqueercollective
The Queer Room is open to all queer students to relax, socialise and study in a safe space.
Gardens Point - X Block, Level 2, Room X204
Kelvin Grove – C Block, Level 2, Room C206
The QUT Guild Women’s Collective exists to advocate for female identifying and non -binary students on campus. Our goal is to work to make QUT a safe place, facilitate feminist activism, run campaigns, and host fun events.
Facebook, Instagram & LinkedIn
The Women's Room is open to all female students to relax, socialise and study in a safe space.
The Disability Collective is a hub to support students with disability, chronic illness, and/or mental health conditions at QUT. We provide a support network, lead the way in advocating for disability rights, and host a range of fun events. It’s free to become a member; join today!
Facebook & Instagram @disabilitycollectivequt
The Environment Collective runs weekly Eco Hubs at both, Kelvin Grove and Garden’s Point, campuses alternating each week, selling affordable, fresh, local produce and cheap second-hand clothes donated by students.
The Collective also organises environmental activism on campus through various events such as movie nights and clean-up days. Join us if you want to be involved!
Facebook & Instagram @qutenvironmentcollective
The Environment Handbook is an eBook put together by the collective that explains how you can reduce waste and the importance of living a sustainable lifestyle.
Download a copy of the book here