The Committee


Every Guild Affiliated Club must have an active Committee (with certain membership and ‘office bearing’ requirements) in order to exist publicly on campus. Like you, they are all current students at Murdoch (usually 2nd & 3rd yrs).

This year’s Committee was elected by MCU students at the end of last year, and there will be an election at the end of this year to elect next years Committee.

Basically, the Committee oversees the running of MCU and sets out to make sure all the things God wants us to do at Murdoch University gets done!

We have a President, a Vice-President, a Treasurer and a Secretary (these are the official ‘office bearers’), as well as General Members.

The 2015 Committee is…

Macauley – President –  2nd year Chemistry and Education.

Sam Vice President and Treasurer – 2nd year Chiropractic

Taylor – Secretary – 2nd year, Forensics

Jethro General  – 2nd year – Law and Philosophy

Madi General member – 3rd Year Education

Anabelle General member – 2nd year Bio Med

Rachel General  – 2nd year – Counter Terrorism

Brendan General  – 2nd year – Environmental Science

They are really, really brilliant and useful!

Every week the Committee meets to review the previous week and organise the upcoming week. If you would like us to do something, stop doing something, change something, say thanks, or have a (loving) whinge, please feel free! We are here to serve you. We are willing to consider any suggestion. We are always looking for new ideas and proposals.

Committee Prayer and Planning (AKA ‘Convergence’)

The MCU Committee goes away for 3 or 4 days twice each year to pray and plan for each semester. these planning times are called ‘Convergence’. These are important times and we really value your prayers. Like many things, there is a lot that goes on behind the scenes and MCU is no exception. The Committee is always hard at work. Our goal is to serve the Lord and His people by trying to ensure MCU is the most effective it can be. ‘Convergence’ ensures we have an extended time of review and planning, rather than adopting a ‘fly by the seat of your pants’ approach.