The Office of Student Life (OSL) promotes and encourages student’s passion for knowledge, social and scientific talents and other artistic interests by identifying them in groups that are officially called student clubs (SC). Student clubs lead many events and activities in different fields internally and externally under the supervision of the OSL.
Establishing a new student club:
- - The director of the Office of Student Life has the authority to approve or reject any proposed student club request according to the required measurements of establishing a student club.
- - The student club must have a minimum of 10 administrative members in order to establish the club.
- - The student club should fill out all forms and documents provided by the Office of Student Life in order to authenticate the club.
- - The student club must have an active supervisor to serve as the clubs advisor for club monitoring, guidance and further consultation.
- - The club should state and clarify the vision and mission of the club before initiating the club.
- - The student club must fulfill all the requirements and acknowledge the terms and conditions of establishing a club.
- - The club must create a constitution within the OSL rules and regulations and provide a copy to the Office of Student Life.
- When establishing a club it’s specialty should fall under a specific category in order to stress on some of the following:
- - The different majors at GUST.
- - Ethnic/Cultural and international exploration.
- - Health life and sports.
- - Performing arts and talents.
- - Special interests and hobbies.
- - Volunteering work and charity.
Existing student clubs:
Ruwwad Business Club
Bayan Cultural Club
Islamic Finance Club: Trains students and improves their knowledge of Islamic finance and economics through programs and courses,as well as interviews and conferences arranged by student members under the supervision of a faculty advisory board from the college of business administration.
Media Club: Achieve media awareness by combining education and entertainment with series of lectures,open discussion, outdoor activities, workshop and trips to enhance students’ understandings of media.
interacting with professionals to develop management skills, build relationships and become successful leaders.
Technology Club: Integrate between the theoretical and practical sides of the educational process and develop the skills and abilities of students in Computer Science and Management Information Systems (MIS) fields.
Public Relations Club: Aims to raise the profile and understanding of PR at GUST and Kuwait by highlighting the important role it plays in society, and aiding students in becoming community and industry leaders through PR campaigns and events held by the club.
Debate Club: To promote and cultivate the talents of all students interested in debate and the art of public speaking. Competitive debate is a challenging and highly rewarding activity for most who become involved in it.
Foundation Club: Help ease the integration from high school to university for students, by giving them a positive attitudes towards further studies and involving them in extracurricular activities at GUST.
Sport Club:This club works to achieve the highest form of university-level sportsmanship and foster the athletic talents within the university through encouragement, activities, and energizing team spirit.
Ruwwad Club: In order to have a successful club, our duty is to help the students and the club members to develop their skills in business management, and support our youth to create their own business in the near future.
Journalism Club: To improve journalism and increase its impact on the GUST community. Journalism is a way for students to voice their opinions in a formal manner as well as enhance communication throughout the student body, and improve writing skills.
Marketing Club: Training and increasing awareness of students in the field of marketing through courses, workshop, seminars and conferences.