WHAT IS MESS?
The Monash Engineering Students' Society, better known as 'MESS', is a student run, not-for-profit organisation that seeks to enrich the educational experience of students at Monash University through providing a variety of social, industry and academic events and opportunities.
While we focus our energy on Engineering, we aim to serve the best interests of all students, the University and the wider community.
WHY WAS MESS FOUNDED?
There was a need for students to be told what University life was like from students who had experienced it. As a result MESS was founded as a platform run by students, for students. The committee is made up of passionate volunteers that have the students best interests at heart. Each year, new students are elected to continuously improve how the society interacts and provides for our members.
HOW IS MESS RUN?
MESS is split into three portfolios; social, industry and academic. Each of these cater to our members' needs across three important areas. The social side provides a welcoming and safe environment for our members to have a well deserved break from their studies and develop relationships with peers in their year level or stream of engineering that will be part of their professional network upon graduating. The industry portfolio provides a series of events and workshops to prepare students in advance for the corporate world. This service is crucial in the professional development of our members and is why active members of our society are well sought-out by industry. Finally, the academic team endeavour to provide our members with quality educational resources, tips and advocacy to enhance their engagement and understanding of the university curriculum. Whether it is through additional study materials or providing an avenue to provide feedback, this support undoubtedly improves the results of our members.
INTERESTED IN BECOME A MESS SPONSOR
For more information on becoming a MESS Industry Sponsor, please see here.
OUR CLUBS AND SOCIETIES CONSTITUTION
Read the Monash C&S MESS Constitution