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President's Welcome

Welcome to the Melbourne University Liberal Club website. 

For over 90 years, the Melbourne University Liberal Club has been at the forefront when it comes to promoting Liberalism on campus as our nation's premier Liberal Club.

As the oldest Liberal Club in the country, we retain the traditions that have spanned many decades since the club's inception. Every Monday of every academic week, members continue to convene for weekly meetings at 1pm.

In addition to the Club's weekly meetings, we also engage in a variety of other events including policy forums with key stakeholders in our nation's policy direction, drinks events, interstate political trips, campaigning and much more.

The Club is actively involved with the Victorian Liberal Students Coalition (VLSC) and the Australian Liberal Students Federation (ALSF). There are currently two Club members who sit on ALSF's national executive. 

Every year during the Federal budget, Club members travel up to Canberra to meet with various MP's throughout budget week to discuss a range of different points and in doing so experiences the rare and exclusive opportunity to walk the corridors of our nation's Parliament House and speak with the country's decision makers.

The Club also holds its famous Annual Dinner each year and involves itself in the elections for the University of Melbourne Student Union.

MULC also has an array of alumni who have gone on to achieve positions in both current state & federal parliaments and also bygone parliaments as well. 

At the core of the Club's strong foundation is it's commitment to the principle that MULC is and always should be disaffiliated from the Liberal Party. This gives Club members the added benefit of speaking freely in regards to policy and the nation's polity.

Our Club holds strong on the values and aims it has held from the beginning. Above all; we seek to promote ideas of Liberalism on campus.


Ad Libertatem,


Henry Kerr


Melbourne University Liberal Club

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