A non-alcoholic event is an organised event on campus that does not include the consumption or sale of alcohol. These events might include; a BBQ, a movie night, a games evening, etc.
All campus events must be submitted for approval by the Head of College, a minimum of 7 days is required to process any request.
After the form has been reviewed and approved by the HOC please forward the application via email to email@example.com
Please note, no event on campus can take place without approval.
An alcoholic event is any planned or organised gathering where alcohol is either sold or supplied. These events might include; Aussie night, Welcome drinks, etc.
All campus alcoholic events are subject to approval from UNE and are aligned with legislation. Request approval requires a minimum of 7 days. The only exemption is O-week and Wellness week.
Please note, event submissions must be submitted a minimum of 7 days prior to the event.
Yes. External liquor licence are allowed to operate on UNE property for College events with prior approval from the Director of Residential or Delegate.
Yes, UNE Life operates;
One of these may be suitable for your event. If you would like to host an event at one of these events you must email our team firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes, subject to approval.
UNE Life holds five licenses across campus and can extend this to areas of your college. This is however dependent on working with our safety and security team to identify areas of entry control, security, fencing, and RSA.
Yes, all servers must hold a current RSA qualification.
A JCR party are those activities organised and paid for by the JCR and its membership. These events have some mandatory harm minimization measures including having food available, and all servers must have RSA certification.
A licensed event is an event that involves the sale of alcohol, for any purpose.
No. This would be a sale and is illegal without a liquor license.
Alcohol may be served in standard measures only.
This allows drinkers to judge their alcohol intake and stay within the recommended safe drinking levels.
Yes, you can, but remember if it is organised approval will be required in advance.
Alcohol and other resources can not be supplied by a JCR or another club, as if this happens this event will be considered an alcoholic event without approval.
Yes. However, kegs are only to be supplied at licensed events.
No. Any activity that encourages rapid consumption is prohibited.
Hazing is any action or situation (with or without the consent of participants) used for the purpose of initiation, admission into, affiliation with or as a condition for continued membership or acceptance in a group. Hazing activities may be intentional or unintentional, may involve humiliation, discomfort, embarrassment or physical and/or emotional harm to any individual or group.
To reduce intoxication levels food must be substantial and available throughout the event.
The only exemption is glassware at formal college dinners.
We would advise you to have your event at a licensed venue in town. If you need suggestions for this we would be happy to point you in the right direction.
If you have arranged an event in town your College Head must still be informed, this will ensure your safety when arriving back on campus.
No. Your head of college must approve this event and sign the form before any event request can be lodged.
It is against the law to supply an under 18 yr old with alcohol.