A little bit about the Public Affairs Council
It is dedicated to providing students with events that promote community involvement and awareness.
PAC achieves this by providing Guild-affiliated clubs with arts, culture, faith, performance, political and volunteering opportunities to ensure that campus life is vibrant and fun! These clubs have access to further funding and grants for their events, and we particularly encourage them to work collaboratively to support each others like-minded objectives.Download PAC Rules
Public Affairs Council Committee 2023
|President||Akshata Jois||[email protected]|
|Vice-President||Matthew Tang||[email protected]|
|Secretary||Tainah Pinheiro Dos Santos||[email protected]|
|Treasurer||Andrew Lawrance||[email protected]|
|Marketing Officer||Keertikka P Ganesan|
|Ordinary Committee Member||Dhanya Gajendran||[email protected]|
|Ordinary Committee Member||Mansha Taneja||[email protected]|
FRINGE GRANT APPLICATION
Are you are a PAC club interested in holding an event/initiative during Fringe
Week (17th April - 21st April)?
If so apply for Fringe Grants as an opportunity to put through your club’s endeavour.
Applications close Tuesday, 21st of March at 11:59pm
FRINGE CLUB EVENT EOI
Are you a club or society that is interested in collaborating and taking part in a variety of Fringe events (i.e. Film-screenings, Autumn Feast, Workshops, Art Displays etc). If so show your interest by filling out the form below.
Form closure extended to 18th of March
FRINGE PERFORMERS EOI
This form can be filled out by non-club representatives. Any individuals/groups or external organisations/performers are eligible to show interest.
FRINGE SUBCOMMITTEE REGISTRATIONS
Want to be a part of curating Fringe events, marketing, design, or sourcing
Fill out the form below to register.
SOCIAL IMPACT GRANT APPLICATION
Social Impact Week grants are now open! Social Impact Week is in Week 9 this semester (May 1 to 5). The aim of Social Impact Week is to encourage charity, helping the community and social impact.