Clubs and societies

Social clubs are a great way to meet and get together with like-minded people who share your passions. There are CSU clubs for areas of study, social interests, spiritual support and much more. And if there's not already a club supporting something you're interested in, you can always talk to your local Student Liaison Officer about starting one.

Club Day – sign up and get active

Club Day is held in the first or second week of first semester on each campus. It's a great chance to find out more about the clubs on your campus and to join any that take your interest. Look out for Club Day in the O Week program.

Join a sporting or recreational club, or consider one of our social, religious, cultural or study clubs. Whatever your choice, it's a great way to get involved in uni life and meet new friends.

Clubs are a great way to meet new people, pursue your interests, and get the most out of your University experience.

Sporting clubs

Sporting clubs are fun, and what's more, involve a healthy dose of exercise! Even if you just play the sport occasionally on a recreational basis, joining a CSU sporting club will help you stay fit and may give you the opportunity to represent CSU at the Uni Games!

Just some of our sporting clubs include:

  • Australian Football League (AFL)

  • Basketball

  • Cricket

  • Equestrian

  • Hockey

  • Netball

  • Rugby Union

  • Soccer

  • Tennis

  • Ultimate Frisbee

  • Volleyball

  • Water Polo

  • Hockey

Note that not all clubs are available on all campuses.

Social clubs

Social clubs are a great way to get together with like minded people. Social clubs may be formed around such things as area of study (e.g. Education Club), social interest (e.g. Wine Making) or religious affiliation.


  • Acting

  • Animation and Anime

  • Dance and Theatrical

  • Multimedia

  • Film and Television

Student Associations

  • Agriculture

  • Business

  • Dental

  • Education

  • Paramedic

  • International Students

  • Nursing and Midwifery

  • Nutrition

  • Pharmacy students

  • Occupational Therapy (OT)

  • Physiotherapists

  • Podiatry

  • Psychology

  • Radiography

  • Rural Health

  • Social Work

  • Veterinary

Religious and Spiritual

  • Bahai Society

  • Christian clubs and fellowships

  • Islamic

Social and Interest

  • Wine and Beer Appreciation

  • Bollywood

  • Residences group/committees

  • Roleplaying and Wargaming

  • Outdoor recreation

  • Greyhound

  • Philosophy

  • Gaming and Computer

  • Queer Collectives (LGBTI Social and Support groups)

  • Yoga


  • Academic Honour Society


  • Environmental advocacy

  • Political parties

  • Social Justice Club

Note that not all clubs are available on all campuses.

Club Day

To find out more about the clubs that are available on your campus, come along to Club Day, where all CSU clubs will be represented. Club Day is held the first or second week of first session.

Can I start my own club?

If there isn't a club already supporting your particular activity or area of interest, don't despair. See the Student Support Officer on your campus and start your own club.