Social clubs are run by students for students. Clubs and Societies have been an integral part of student life at the University of Canberra (UC) for many years serving a range of special interests. Joining a club is a great way to meet new people and make friends with student who share common interests
Amnesty International UC
The aim of the Amnesty International Club/Society is to motivate and inform tertiary education students in the area of human rights. The objective is to give students the tools necessary to create and implement strategies useful to promoting human rights not only on a local but a national scale. The fundamental intention of our society is to campaign, petition and inform students and members of the public as to the reality of human rights abuses both on a local, state, federal and international level.
Canberra University Toastmasters
Canberra University Toastmasters is part of the global Toastmasters organisation with thousands of active members throughout Australia. Canberra University Toastmasters will accelerate your public speaking, communicati
on and leadership skills. Toastmasters is a non-profit educational organisation, with demonstrated success throughout the world.The club experience is friendly and supportive.
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Flux UC is based on a new political party called Flux. Our shared goal is to bring power back to ordinary Australians by enabling them to participate in the political process through an app.
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Musicians Unite Showcasing Innovative Creations (M.U.S.I.C.)
The Musician Unite Showcasing Innovative Creations (M.U.S.I.C.) is a social club dedicated to provide a space for the
community at UC to create, collaborate and share music in entrepreneurial and innovative interdisciplinary projects. Participants can engage in opportunities and share resources that will further equip them to transition into a workforce that is increasingly integrating technology and business.
Social Activities Club (SAC)
SAC aims to create a socially active club that promotes and enhances student experience and engagement here at UC.
This club aims to integrate UC’s off-campus students, residential students and international students in a cohesive and inclusive manner. We aim to provide events and activities that cater to all individuals and provide an array of experiences and opportunities for our members to socialise, network and get active in terms of university life and separately.
Student Events and Campus Community Society (SECCS)
SECCS (Students Events & Campus Community Society) is a non-for-profit society at the University of Canberra, run by students for students. It is a society that endeavours to promote and operate the best events possible for all of its members.
UC Fellowship of Christian University Students (UC FoCUS)
FoCUS is group of students from a range of different backgrounds including no church background. FoCUS wants to explore, learn about, and grow in relationship with God and each other and see the reality of Jesus discovered, enjoyed and shared on campus.
GENLIFE UC are the young adults of LIFE CITY CHURCH.
GENLIFE UC have three focuses as a club and society at UC.
Christ//Community//Culture. Our heart is to empower young people at the University of Canberra as they are connected in the community, celebrating cultures from all over the world and also represented through Jesus Christ’s teaching through the bible.
Most of us are Christians with all different religious backgrounds, however you do not need to be a Christian to get involved! Its a great place to start the journey.
Rainbow UC exists primarily to create a FUN, supportive and understanding social network and community at UC for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer, InterSex, Asexual, Questioning persons and their Allies.
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Rotaract of University of Canberra
Rotaract believes in service above self. It is a global organisation that empowers students and young professionals to create positive change in their local communities and around the world. Rotaract provides unique opportunities that assist its members in becoming the business and professional leaders of tomorrow.
Facebook: Rotaract Club Of UC
UC College of St Andronicus
The College of Saint Andronicus is the University of Canberra Society for Medieval Recreation!
The club is a chapter of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA),which is an international organisation dedicated to researching and recreating the arts, skills and traditions of the pre-17th century.
The College of Saint Andronicus study and practice a variety of activities, including combat – heavy armoured, fencing, and archery – costuming, cooking,
metalwork, armouring, woodworking, music, dance, calligraphy, fiber arts, and so much more.
If it was done in the middle ages or renaissance, odds are you’ll find someone in the SCA interested in recreating it!
Facebook: College Of Saint Andronicus
UC Labor Students Club
The University of Canberra Labor Students’ Club (UCLSC) strives to be the inclusive place for political discussion, debate and engagement within the campus community- specifically amongst students’ who subscribe to core Labor political values of equality, fairness and social justice.
We actively encourage political discussion on campus, local and federal level with regular events for members.
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UC Liberal Society
The UC Liberal Society is a club promoting Liberal Democratic values, networking with similar minded people on campus and empowering young people at the University of Canberra.
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UC Refugee Action Club
The UC Refugee Action Club (UC RAC) is a group of staff and students who campaign for the rights of asylum seekers, raise awareness of refugee issues and donate to non-profit refugee support organisations from the proceeds of our events. We are a working group of the Canberra Refugee Action Committee.
Facebook: UC Refugee Action Club
UC Recreation and Entertainment Club (UCREC)
UC REC is a casual and social gaming club aiming to bring together gamers of every creed. We cater to video gamers, whatever their platform, as well as board gamers, card gamers, and role-players, and hold meets geared towards involving each group.
So if you’re into gaming and want to meet some like minded uni students, this is the community for you.
Facebook: UC Recreation and Entertainment
UC United Nations Students Society (UC UNSS)
The UC UNSS is a social club dedicated to networking and skills development. We host and attend a range of events, from our casual weekly meetings, to external networking nights, to sending delegations interstate to represent us at Model United Nations Conferences. If you’re interested in the United Nations, or looking for a social group, don’t hesitate to contact us.
Facebook: UC UN Students Society