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A constitution is a formal document that establishes and governs your club/society. It outlines the purpose, structure aims and objectives of the club/society, the roles of its office bearers, and so on. To become an official TUSA club/society, you are required to write a constitution.  A template is available to help you here.

Remember that your club/society’s aims and objectives must be different to existing affiliated clubs and societies and this must be set out in your constitution.

Once you have drafted your constitution, please email a copy to the Clubs and Societies Officer for any comments/advice before you have it approved at your Inaugural General Meeting (IGM). They will provide advice and suggestions before it undergoes the approval process.

If your club/society is already established, the constitution should already exist. If you have not seen your constitution before, you can email the Clubs and Societies Officer, who will provide you with a copy of the document.

If you wish to make a revision to your Constitution, this should take place at an Annual General Meeting (AGM), or a Special General Meeting (SGM) held for this purpose only. You will need to send the Clubs and Societies Officer an updated copy of the constitution, for our records, when it is finalised via Rubric (QPay).

Download the AGM Agenda Template and the AGM Minutes Template.

For more information, please download the C+S Handbook 2024.

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TUSA 2024 Annual General Meeting Notice

This notice is to advise of the upcoming Annual General Meeting of the members of the Tasmanian University Union (TUU), known as the TUSA, on Thursday 20th June 3.30 - 4.30pm via zoom.

If you are a current student and interested in attending as an observer, please email