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clubs may host various social and professional events for students to participate in and interact with other students (such as Wine and Cheese Nights, Christmas Delights, and so on).
MONSU (Monash Student Union) is a student run organisation which manages various clubs for
students on campus, and stores their data in an Operational Database.
A club managed by MONSU has a unique identifier, club name, club’s president (whose full name
is stored in the operational database) and a dedicated email (e.g. email@example.com).
The clubs are also divided into categories such as academic, cultural, special interest, and spiritual
clubs with each category having a unique category ID. To join a club, students have to go through
an enrollment process and for each enrollment, the unique enrollment ID and the date of the
enrollment are recorded.
During the semester, clubs may host various social and professional events for students to
participate in and interact with other students (such as Wine and Cheese Nights, Christmas
Delights, and so on). Some of the events may be a one-day activity, and some may last for a couple
All events run by each club can be joined by anyone, both Members of the club and Non-Members,
however Members normally get the benefit of paying less. Some events are fully funded so they are
free to join. For paid events, the fees may vary depending on whether the student is a member or
For all events the registration ID, date and fee are recorded in the database after a student fills in the
registration form. Each event has a limitation for the total number of students involved. When the
number of students registered for the event reaches the maximum limit, the registration would be
closed for that event.