University isn’t simply about hitting the books; it’s also about meeting new people and getting involved in student life. There are plenty of student-run clubs and societies at each of our campuses. Sign up to meet students from across the faculties, build networks and develop new skills.
Join a club or start your own
Students have started a number of cultural clubs, faculty clubs and faith clubs on each of our campuses, so there are plenty to join. Examples of clubs started by students include the Strathfield Drama Society, the Melbourne Midwifery Society and the North Sydney Social Justice Society.
But, if there isn’t currently a club that caters to your interests, why not get a group of students together and start your own?
How to start a club
To start a club or society, get in touch with the Student Life team with information about your club. A Student Enrichment Advisor will get in touch to discuss the next step in the process.
Explore current clubs (current ACU students only)
Enrolled ACU students can access a full list of student-run clubs on the ACU Student Portal, including campus locations, club overview information and contact details.
Creative and cultural activities
Student-run clubs and societies aren’t all that’s on offer on campus. You’ll also be able to get involved in a number of creative and cultural activities, ranging from language lessons to debating.