With over 100 student-run Clubs & Societies, representing a diverse range of interests from anime and chess-fanatics, to lovers of performing arts and cultural events, as well as clubs that reflect the many academic strands of Monash University - the list is long. Clubs & Societies are a great way to get involved, meet people with similar interests and have an amazing time. Whether you want to socialise, get political, stay active, practice, perform or play, there’s a group for everyone.
Our clubs organise a wide variety of social and professional events and gatherings including camps, networking events, BBQs, productions, friendly competitions, conferences and more, for over 10,000 student members. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to experience this vital and vibrant part of uni life.
Benefits of Clubs & Societies
Joining a club or society (or two) at university will not only help you make new friends, and make your time studying at university more enjoyable, but it can also help to develop both life and vocational skills which can assist with future employment opportunities. Clubs & Societies offer a range of benefits and opportunities including:
- Enhancing the student experience by allowing members to get involved with matters and activities that are of interest to you personally
- Opportunity for personal as well as professional growth and development; why not join a club that is completely new to you? You never know, you might love it!
- Direct involvement in community service through many of the social welfare and spiritual clubs, amongst others
- Involvement in activities that not only help with the development of social or studying networks, but also the opportunity to interact with industry professionals through specific events
- A great way to join a new community and find your home away from home; something that is important for those students that have left friends and communities behind to study at Monash University
- The chance to take a break from learning and study and relax with others that have similar interests and desires