The University of Newcastle, Australia

Find a club

At UON we support around 100 student run groups that you can be part of, including sporting, academic, social, cultural, and faith based groups. Each group holds a range of events across the academic year and new members are always welcome.

Whether you want to get fit, have fun, share your passion, discover something new, or try to change the world, there's something for everyone. Get involved and find your people.

African Postgraduate Students Association

The principal function of ASPA is to create a platform for postgraduate students to network and discuss research, global perspectives and policy initiatives with a bearing on the African continent and the African Diaspora.
Please visit NUPSA’s website for contact details for this club.


Architecture Social Club

This club is perfect for anyone who is interested in the built environment and design in general. They hold a variety of events, which include raffles, sporting events and social gatherings with students and the wider community.
Architecture Social Club on Facebook
Please email clubs@nusa.org.au for more contact details for this club.


Arts Collective

This Collective is a social group that seeks to connect the creatives all across campus no matter what you study if you have an interest in 2D, 3D or Digital art, or even music. If you wish to share your skills or gain some new ones then The Arts Collective welcomes you!
uonartscollective@gmail.com


Bio-Innovation Society

This society is for students in Biomedical Science, Biotechnology, Medical Engineering, Medical Radiation Therapy and Health Sciences. The society strives to network between student, staff and industry encompassed under cohorts relating to bio-innovation. The society hosts events to facilitate interactions between students, staff and/or potential employers.
biologyhdrcommittee@gmail.com
Bio-Innovation Society on Facebook


Biology Higher Degree in Research (HDR) Society

This society welcomes PhD students, honours students and undergraduate students, and works together with academics, research fellows and research assistants from over 15 research laboratories within the Discipline of Biology. The HDR society offers a fantastic opportunity for students to collaborate and discuss their various research objectives, and is also responsible for organising an annual biology conference and conference dinner at the end of each year.
biologyhdrcommittee@gmail.com
Biology Higher Degree in Research (HDR) Society on Facebook


Bringing Rural Experience And Awareness To Hunter Health Education

BREAATHHE promotes rural and remote practice to members through information exchange, placement opportunities, support and advocacy. There’s a multi-disciplinary focus with members from Medicine, Medical Radiation Science, Nursing, Nutrition & Dietetics, Occupational Therapy, Oral Health, Pharmacy, Physiotherapy, Podiatry, Psychology, Social Work and Speech Pathology. BREAATHHE provides members with the opportunity to learn about other health professions and make some contacts.
uonruralhealth@gmail.com
BREAATHHE website
BREAATHHE on Facebook


Business and Commerce Association

UoN BusCom aims to enhance social and networking interaction among business and commerce students, staff and other individuals with an interest in business across the UON, as well as to provide opportunities for academic, career and personal development in business, commerce and associated fields. Joining the association allows students to become part of a small community of like-minded people. Through our online forum, members are able to make new friends, discuss university life, and share ideas and knowledge.
enquiries@uonbuscom.com
UoN BusCom website
UoN BusCom on Facebook


Chemical Engineering Society

NUChES is a community for chemical engineering students and academics, offering a platform for engineering industry to interact with students and providing a social platform for students.
Nuchesuon@gmail.com
NUChES on Facebook


Chemistry Society

UONSOCS organise social and educational events to encourage interest in chemical and life sciences at UON. All undergraduate, postgraduate and staff within the chemical and life sciences are welcome to join the UONSOCS and help organise future events, to be held on and off campus.
uonsocs@gmail.com
UONSOCS on Facebook


Communication Society

This is a club for anyone studying Communication or Creative Industries. The club host both fun and professional events, and provide support for anyone who's confused about courses / majors / life in general. Sign up today!
uoncommunicationsociety@gmail.com
UNCS on Facebook


Creative Arts RHD Reading & Social Club

This club aims to fill the need for communication and connection between the Creative Arts student cohort and the broader Arts and Education Faculty. The events run by the club offer a space to propose and discuss journal readings, and a chance to get to know each other in a student-organised informal setting.
Please visit NUPSA’s website for contact details for this club.


Criminology & Criminal Justice Society

The CCJS aims to strengthen social connections amongst social science and criminology, staff and general members. The community vibe and Society events allow students to network with each other and potential employers.
uonccjs@gmail.com


Development Studies and Geography Society

DAGS is a social collective of students who are studying, majoring in, or passionate about development and human geography. This club is a space for people to discuss development and real world issues with other like-minded individuals.
dagsociety@outlook.com
DAGS on Facebook


Economics and Finance Society

The University of Newcastle Economics and Finance society provides a platform for a wide range student's with similar interests to progress and learn together. EFS aims to create an atmosphere of learning, professional and personal development.
mail@uonefs.org
UONEFS website
UONEFS on Facebook


Engineering Society

UONES is a club for all students, not just engineers, with the aim of promoting cross discipline communication.
uonengineeringsociety@gmail.com
UONES on Facebook


Exercise and Sport Science Club

The ESS Club is driven by students of all years, dedicated to developing social and professional interaction between all members. They organise a variety of activities on campus such as BBQs, the ESS End of Year Ball and the great annual SPORTS CHAMPIONSHIPS! Being a member of the ESS Club entitles you to discounts to club clothing, activities and courses, with membership only being $10!
ESS Club on Facebook
Please email info@yourimbah.com.au for more contact details for this club.


Food Expression Art Song Thought

FEAST is a creative arts society. They aim to celebrate creativity and explore it with others. They endeavour to cultivate original work, and a culture of sharing the stories behind the work and our experiences of them.
feast.newcastle@gmail.com
FEAST on Facebook


HDR Coffee Club (Central Coast)

As the postgraduate cohorts on the Central Coast tend to be small and isolated, this club is motivated by the need to bring together students from the different faculties on campus. It is a meeting place for PhD and research masters students to chat about the travails, pitfalls and joys of the HDR experience. While its purpose is to act as social support network, it has great potential, including acting as a reading or collaborative research group.
HDR Coffee Club on Facebook
Please visit NUPSA’s website for more contact details for this club.


Ideas and Network Synergy

A new Club in 2019, the INS aims to encourage like-minded, motivated individuals in self-development and nurturing of their career-ready development; support new and innovative ideas, in their growth and business development; and connect students with the people, knowledge and skills programs to realise their potential.
INS on Facebook
Please email info@yourimbah.com.au for more contact details for this club.


Innovation + Entrepreneurship Society

The I + E Society is a platform for UoN students, staff, and industry to connect. The Society aims to strengthen UoN’s entrepreneurial ecosystems through fostering diversity, interdisciplinary relationships, creativity and innovation.
hello@iesociety.com.au
I + E Society website
I + E Society on Facebook


JMP Critical Care Society

This Society is a medical student organisation run for, and by JMP medical students - with the aim of increasing student exposure to, and education in, the areas of Emergency Medicine, Anaesthetic and Intensive Care.
jmpcriticalcaresociety@gmail.com


Law Students Association

UNSLA is a not-for-profit association with a myriad of purposes and objectives by Law students for Law students. The membership fee is $5 per academic year.  The UNSLA is run by Law students for the benefit of law students and acts to promote their interests within the University, the legal profession and the wider community. They aim to provide law students with the best access to relevant information, educational experiences, and peer support.
admin@unlsa.com
UNSLA website
UNSLA on Facebook


Makerspace

Makerspace is a community of makers, artists, designers, programmers, scientists, engineers or anyone else that loves to socialise, collaborate on projects, explore ideas and make things. Makerspace let creativity drive learning and explore ideas in the physical world.
makerspace.uon@gmail.com
Makerspace on Facebook


Maths Club

A mathematics club where those interested in maths at all levels may gather, socialise, and share ideas; for the furtherance of maths knowledge and the enjoyment of members.
uonmathsclub@gmail.com
Maths Club on Facebook


Medical Society

MedSoc (or UNMS) is the peak representative organisation for medical students at the University. The society represents over 700 students studying the Bachelor of Medicine (BMed), Bachelor of Medical Science (BMedSci) and Doctor of Medicine (MD) at the University of Newcastle. Since starting in 1978 the UNMS has grown and matured into a multi-faceted organisation that organises a broad range of services for its members, including but not limited to representation, academic, social and sporting events, charity and education initiatives, and welfare support.
amsa@unms.org.au
UNMS website
UNMS on Facebook


Natural History Illustration Club

If you love to draw from nature or would like to learn, this is the club for you. Members are from a variety of degree programs but the core group are dedicated Natural History Illustrators who are wanting to learn and share their knowledge. The club provides different art opportunities for students on campus including workshops, life drawing, and different social events.
uonnhiclub@gmail.com
UONNHI on Facebook


Nursing Students Association

UONNSA aims to organise both social and educational events that further the academic interests of students, generate positive nursing-related action within the community, facilitate relationships between students, the faculty and the nursing profession, and advocate for students.
UONNSA@outlook.com
UONNSA on Facebook


Obstetrics and Gynaecology Society

Founded in 2017, The University of Newcastle Obstetrics and Gynaecology Society represents the collective ambitions of medical students who possess an avid interest in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
unogsoc@gmail.com
UNOGS website
UNOGS on Facebook


Occupational Therapy Student Society

This group was established by OT students for OT students to provide support and social opportunities for all occupational therapy students from all backgrounds, in all forms of University life.
OT.studentsociety@gmail.com
OTSS on Facebook


Oral Health Society

UNOHS represents Oral Health/ Therapy students at the University of Newcastle. They work closely with the Australian Dental Students Association (ADSA) to run national events and competitions such as orientation, R U OK? DAY, blood drive competitions with other dental and medical schools and opportunities to volunteer overseas. UNOHS events include a first year meet and greet, pubcrawls, occasional BBQ’s, pizza days and an annual ball.
UNOHS on Facebook
Please email info@yourimbah.com.au for more contact details for this club.


Pharmacy Students

UoNAPS aims to provide pharmacy students with access to external education sessions throughout the year, opportunities to network and communicate with other pharmacy students and practicing pharmacists.
uonaps.president@gmail.com
UoNAPS on Facebook


Philosophy Society

PhilSoc provides a fun environment for people from any discipline to explore big concepts and share deep thoughts.  The society run 20+ events a year, including discussions, BBQs, games and movie nights.  No assumed knowledge. All welcome.
president@uonphilosophysociety.org.au
PhilSoc on Facebook


Physics Society

The Physics Society is a club for having fun, getting to know each other and eating pizza all while sharing our love of Physics. The club also aims to improve communication between staff and students about opportunities that may arise pertaining to the Physics industry.
physics.uon@gmail.com
Physics Society on Facebook


Physiotherapy Student Society

This is a non-profit, student led society that represents the needs of physiotherapy students at the University of Newcastle. The Society facilitates both social and professional networking through events such as pub crawls, annual balls, trivia nights, inter-faculty sports days, professional development courses and more.
uonpss@gmail.com
Physiotherapy Student Society website
Physiotherapy Student Society on Facebook


Proteomics Journal Club

The principal function of the Proteomics Journal Club is to provide a platform where scientists, both related to proteomics and outside this exciting field, can come together to critically discuss recently published papers. This club will help to drive forward proteomic work at the University of Newcastle and keep labs up-to-date with the latest techniques and advances in the proteomic world. It will also help bring labs together and encourage more collaborations across the faculties and schools.
Please visit NUPSA’s website for contact details for this club.


Psychology Society

NUPS is a club for students studying psychology or related degrees to meet, network with academics and local professionals in the field, and get involved in their degree in a more meaningful way.
uonpsychologysociety@gmail.com
NUPS website
NUPS on Facebook


Public Health Social Club

The principal function of the Public Health Social Club is to provide a platform to allow Research students of Public Health to connect socially on a regular basis. This group also aims to improve the voice of research students within the Faculty of Medicine and Public Health and improve knowledge sharing among the global public health research community studying in the University of Newcastle.
Please visit NUPSA’s website for contact details for this club.


Research Roundup

This is a group to create the opportunity for HDRs to hear from academics within HASS (Humanities and Social Sciences), and other schools and universities, about their current research. Regular meetings will invite conversation about academic interests and what synergies might exist between research groups.
Please visit NUPSA’s website for contact details for this club.


Research Students of Nursing and Midwifery

The club provides a setting to allow research students of nursing and midwifery to catch up and connect socially on a monthly basis over a lunchtime meal. Students are encouraged to discuss their research and any issues they may have. This group aims to improve the voice of research students within the School of Nursing and Midwifery and improve collaboration with academic members of staff.
Please visit NUPSA’s website for contact details for this club.


School of Education HDR Club

This club is intended to organise social events for HDR students in the School of Education. A research degree can be an isolating experience, but the club hopes to change that by encouraging students to meet each other and support each other through friendly events.
School of Education HDR Club on Facebook
Please visit NUPSA’s website for contact details for this club.


Secondary Education Society

A society for all students studying a degree in education, to meet friends, socialize and gain insight into the world of teaching.
uon.education.ball@gmail.com
UONSEC on Facebook


Society of Medical Innovation and Technology

SoMIT is an organisation that functions to promote interest, learning and engagement with the interdisciplinary fields of medical engineering and health technology.
somit.uni@gmail.com
SoMIT on Facebook


Speech Pathology

SPUN aims to organise social events for Speech Pathology students, although all students are welcome to attend their events. SPUN hold welcome BBQS as well as bake sales in order to raise funds for affiliated organisations. SPUN also organises an annual Speech Pathology Graduation Ball.
spunuon@gmail.com
SPUN on Facebook


Surgical Society

UNSS, or SurgSoc, are a group of medical students who aim to facilitate and encourage student growth and development in relation to surgical interest. They foster interaction with other student groups and faculties within the University of Newcastle as well as with other medical faculties around the country and overseas.
uonsurgsoc@gmail.com
UNSS on Facebook


United Nations Society

The society creates educational simulations of United Nations proceedings. They also host year round social events and advocate for the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
uon.mun@hmail.com
UONUNSOC on Facebook


Women in Engineering

NUWiE's aim is to empower women in STEM through supporting the presence of women in STEM. The club aims to motivate and inspire through a range of social events including Trivia Nights, Support Sessions, BBQ lunches, Movie Nights and Guest Speaker Events. They also support members’ Professional Developments through a range of Workshops, Industry Site Visits and Networking Events.
newcastleuniwie@gmail.com
NUWiE on Facebook


Writers' Club

The UoN Writers’ Club aims to bring together like-minded people to create a safe environment for its members to explore their creative endeavours, share their stories, and receive feedback from a trusting cohort. They aim to promote opportunities in relation to their writing endeavours, such as local events, workshops, and writing competitions, as well as hosting meet ups/write ins and their own workshops.
uonwritersclub@gmail.com
UoN Writer's Club website
UoN Writer's Club on Facebook

Vinnies Youth Social Club

UoN Vinnies are interested in social justice and would love to recruit students who are looking to volunteer. If you join, you will meet other young like-minded philanthropic people and be involved in activities like sleepouts, BBQs and bake sales in the spirit of the St Vincent de Paul Society.
uonvinnies@gmail.com
UON Vinnies on Facebook


Wake Up!

Wake Up! is led by health students with the mission to raise awareness of global health inequities, and provide students with knowledge of, and experience in, the developing world that will enable our future health professionals to be well equipped to address and influence health inequities globally.
president@wake-up.com.au
Wake Up! on Facebook

Arab Students Society

NASS is a cultural club for Arabic students studying at the University of Newcastle to help them navigate the university and keep in touch with their culture and identity.
M_g73@yahoo.com
NASS on Facebook


Australia-China Youth Association

ACYA is a vibrant community of young Australians and Chinese interested in promoting cross-cultural understanding and developing lasting friendships, academic and business partnerships, and professional and educational opportunities.
acya.uon@gmail.com
ACYA website
ACYA on Facebook


Bangladesh Students' Association of Newcastle University

BSANU aims to help the new Bangladeshi students who come to UON. They offer support such as accommodation, initial settlements and moral support. BSANU organise different events such as Bengali New Year, International Mother Language Day and Eid day. BSANU practices Bangladeshi culture at UON for recreation and to give students a break from the hardship of study.
bsanu_members@googlegroups.com
BSANU on Facebook


Brazilian Society

BRASO is a place where all people can experience Brazil and its culture, food, sports and dance. The club welcomes everyone to join and get to know a bit more about Brazil and its wonderful traits.
Braso.uon@gmail.com
BRASO on Facebook


Chinese Students and Scholars Association

CSSA aim to provide assistance and support to Chinese students at UON. CCSA organise social events to celebrate traditional Chinese festivals and special days, provide support to Chinese students in terms of study and living, assist Chinese students upon graduation. CCSA also provide free online platforms (QQ, Weichat, Weibo) to facilitate communication and information exchange among students.
Please visit NUPSA’s website for contact details for this club.


Exchange Student Network

UNESN is a club that provides events for students who are studying at the University of Newcastle through an Exchange, Study Abroad, full degree International or even Domestic program. The main focus is to allow students to meet new people from all around the world.
unexchangesn@gmail.com
UNESN website
UNESN on Facebook


French Society

A social club for UoN students and the community promoting the language and culture of France. The club provides immersion for students wanting to become fluent and we organise events like French movies, pétanque tournaments, trivia and crêpe nights.
uonfrenchsociety@gmail.com
UONFS on Facebook


Hong Kong Students Association

HKSA aims to provide a social platform for Hong Kong and all other students through regular activities, as well as to take care the needs of all members to adapt to the environment of Newcastle, and to promote Hong Kong culture.
uonhksa@gmail.com
HKSA on Facebook


Indian Student's Association of Newcastle University

ISANU aims to promote, educate and celebrate the Indian culture through some super fun events! They help out international students with getting around the University, support them in their studies and welcome them to the Uni, helping them get comfortable and to make some awesome friends!
isanuuon@gmail.com
ISANU on Facebook


Iranian Students Association

ISA is a cultural association for Iranian students at UON. The Association is interested in sharing Iranian culture with other nationalities whilst celebrating traditional events and introducing Persian culture and history to Australian society.
iranianstudents.uon@gmail.com
ISA Telegram Channel


Japanese-English Club

JEC is a cultural club, aimed to create a space that is inclusive for both English and Japanese speakers, as well as a place to foster friendships and have cross-cultural dialogues.
uon.jec@gmail.com
JEC website
JEC on Facebook


La Peña - Latin American Society

With an aim to promote Latin American social and cultural activities at the University of Newcastle, La Peña provides a space for people from different cultural backgrounds to learn and share Latin American culture, dance and music.
lapena@nusa.org.au
La Peña on Facebook


Malaysian University of Newcastle Student Association

MUNSA's vision is to build an extensive community of Malaysians while providing support and promoting better relationships amongst Malaysian students and promoting social and cultural exchange with the diverse range of students on campus.
uonmunsa@gmail.com
MUNSA on Facebook


Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia Australia

For Indonesian students who miss their country, or any other students who want to learn more about Indonesian culture - this club is a good place to meet other Indonesian students and shape your Bahasa or cultural knowledge.
President.ppianewcastle@gmail.com
PPIA membership form


Philippine Association of Students at UON

PINAS at UON aims to instil and nurture Filipino culture and ideals among its members. Also, to encourage members to strive for personal growth and excellence in all their chosen fields. Lastly, to anticipate and provide needed services to members, for their personal, social and spiritual well-being.
Please visit NUPSA’s website for contact details for this club.


Saudi Students Club

This club aims to introduce the cultural and educational achievements of Saudi Arabia to UON students. The club aims to engage effectively with Australian cultural and educational institutions by encouraging a dialogue and supporting Saudi students who study in Australia and particularly Newcastle.
Saudi Students Club on Facebook
Please email clubs@nusa.org.au for more contact details for this club.


Singapore Association of the University of Newcastle

SAUN is a club that aims to take care of the needs of their fellow Singaporeans, serving as a 'home away from home', as well as extend its reach to students of other nationalities who are interested in engaging with Singaporean culture.
contact.saun@gmail.com
SAUN on Facebook


Sri Lankan Association

NUSLA is a great place to meet and connect with all Sri Lankan students, alumni, staff and their families at the University of Newcastle.
NUSLA on Facebook
Please email clubs@newcastle.edu.au for more contact details for this club.


Student Association of Pakistan

SAP aim to promote harmony by organising various cultural, educational, and social activities and to help their Pakistani brothers and sisters to feel more at home. Membership is open to all interested students and staff of the University of Newcastle with a $1 annual membership fee.
SAP on Facebook
Please email clubs@nusa.org.au for more contact details for this club.


Vietnamese Students of the University of Newcastle

VSUN aims to support Vietnamese students of all levels at the University of Newcastle with their lives and study. VSUN is a bridge between Vietnamese local people and students as well as between current students and alumni of UON. VSUN exposes Vietnamese culture to International students from other different countries at UON.
vsun2603@gmail.com

Affordable Wine Appreciation Society

The Society aims to bring together people from all walks of life for the mutual social and networking benefit. The Society aims to promote appreciation of sociable drinking in an appropriate and acceptable manner and to facilitate members with affordable social occasions. The Society also want to provide a means for members to discuss and develop closer social links through the appreciation of affordable wine related experiences.
newcastle.goonion@gmail.com
The Affordable Wine Appreciation Society on Facebook


Anime Club

NUAC is a social group dedicated to Japanese animation, video and console gaming, warhammer, D&D, LANs, boardgames and pretty much everything nerdy. A social club for people who love anime, board games and video games hosting weekly social nights and events for lovers of all things geeky!
nuac.contact@gmail.com
NUAC on Facebook


Arts Collective

This Collective is a social group that seeks to connect the creatives all across campus no matter what you study if you have an interest in 2D, 3D or Digital art, or even music. If you wish to share your skills or gain some new ones then The Arts Collective welcomes you!
uonartscollective@gmail.com
Arts Collective on Facebook


Blue Gum House Society

Blue Gum House Society is a society for the on-campus, Blue Gum House residents to get involved with university and house exclusive events; a forum to voice what residents want to see and how we can become involved in the Central Coast and Ourimbah Campus community.
Please email info@yourimbah.com.au for contact details for this club.


Book Club

The UON Book Club is designed to broaden students’ reading habits and connect them with other interested students, through the joy of reading and discussing books together. Members meet regularly to discuss a particular novel, and to socialise more broadly.
UON Book Club on Facebook
Please visit NUPSA’s website for more contact details for this club.


Doctors for the Environment Australia at UON

DEA UoN is a student group as part of the national organisation Doctors for the Environment Australia (DEA), a network of medical professionals and students actively engaged and advocating for patient health and climate action.
dea.uon@gmail.com
DEA UoN on Facebook


Drama Society

NUDS is an inclusive club dedicated to the theatrical arts, and all the possibilities therein!
nudsuon@gmail.com
NUDS on YouTube
NUDS on Facebook


Dungeons and Dragons Club

The Dungeons and Dragons Club provide a space to play cooperative table top role playing games such as D & D and many others.
uondnd@gmail.com
DND on Facebook
DND on Dischord


Esports Club

The UON-EC is a club to support UON players in esports endevours. This club is a great opportunity not only for top players in their games, but also for video editors, commentators, graphic designers and newer players hoping to improve.
UONEsportsClub@gmail.com
UON-EC on Facebook


Film Club

The UON Film Club is a place where film lovers can meet, discuss, and of course, watch films together. With weekly screenings from a variety of nationalities, genres, time periods and topics, there's something for everyone. Pizza is often involved too!
theuonfilmclub@gmail.com
UON Film Club on Facebook


Flicks & Chill – the UON Movie and Cinema Club

This club provides a social group to watch and discuss movies together, both in the cinema or on campus.
Please visit NUPSA’s website for contact details for this club.


Food Expression Art Song Thought

FEAST is a creative arts society. They aim to celebrate creativity and explore it with others. They endeavour to cultivate original work, and a culture of sharing the stories behind the work and our experiences of them.
feast.newcastle@gmail.com
FEAST on Facebook


Frontier Film Club (Sydney based)

This Sydney-based club provides a social group to visit a variety of cinemas and watch films with, which can then be discussed. This club is a great opportunity to watch movies and make new friends.
Please visit NUPSA’s website for contact details for this club.


Graduate Gamers

Graduate Gamers is a video and board gaming club for both undergraduate and postgraduate students that meets at the Callaghan campus. These are casual sessions where everyone is welcome to join in a variety of games, especially if you are new to gaming! Meetings are held weekly during semester, but also throughout the whole year. Members can bring their own games and/or consoles to play. The club is all about getting everybody playing and having fun. So take a break, grab a controller, meet fellow students and start gaming!
graduategamersuon@gmail.com
Graduate Gamers website
Graduate Gamers on Facebook


HDR Coffee Club (Central Coast)

As the postgraduate cohorts on the Central Coast tend to be small and isolated, this club is motivated by the need to bring together students from the different faculties on campus. It is a meeting place for PhD and research masters students to chat about the travails, pitfalls and joys of the HDR experience. While its purpose is to act as social support network, it has great potential, including acting as a reading or collaborative research group.
HDR Coffee Club on Facebook
Please visit NUPSA’s website for more contact details for this club.


Medieval Society (St Crispin's)

The UoN Medieval Society (a.k.a College of Saint Crispin) is a branch of the Society for Creative Anachronism. The club researches and recreates a diverse range of pre-17th century European culture, focusing on the middle ages.
stcrispinevents@gmail.com
Medieval Society on Facebook


UON Connect

This club aims to provide infotainment - sharing key messages of public concern or interest through entertainment activities. They strive to develop a strong connection among participants by planning information dissemination and fun activities and then share this theme with a wider audience by planning activities in open forums.
uonconnect@gmail.com
UON Connect on Facebook


Veggie Club

Are you Vegan, Vegetarian, Veg curious or just wanting a way to make some positive impacts in our world and hang out with some rad people and eat mucho delish food? Then the Veggie Club is the club you want to be in! The Veggie Club is a group of people that are all about spreading love, liberating people’s thoughts and actions through education and information, showing kindness to all beings and promoting ethical, healthy and environmentally friendly lifestyles.
vegetarianclubuon@gmail.com
Veggie Club on Facebook

International Youth and Students for Social Equality

IYSSE aims to develop an international movement out of the working class, students and youth in the fight against war and social inequality, through the intellectual traditions of Marx, Engels, Lenin, Luxemburg and Trotsky. They hold regular discussion on the analysis of the articles on the World Socialist Website, and through this aim to heighten the intellectual discourse and debate on campus.
iysse.newcastle@gmail.com
IYSSE website
IYSSE on Facebook


Newcastle Labor Students

The Newcastle Labor Students is a collective of students at the University of Newcastle who believe in a push towards a more progressive society. Based upon the principles of Feminism, Unionism, Democracy, and Socialism, Newcastle Labor Students aims to be an inclusive, progressive, and welcoming space for current and new students of the University of Newcastle.
newylabourstudents@gmail.com
Labor Students on Facebook


Newcastle Liberal Students

Newcastle Liberal Students is the University's right-of-centre political club, catering to students with an interest in liberal-conservative politics.
contact@newcastleliberalstudents.org.au
Newcastle Liberal Students website
Newcastle Liberal Students on Facebook


Newcastle University Student Environment Club

NUSEC is a group for those passionate about the environment and looking to get involved with clean ups and conservation projects. NUSEC help out local organisations cleaning up rivers and beaches, assist the National Parks and Wildlife Service with bush regeneration in some of the state's most beautiful nature reserves, and join in on important environmental campaigns to help spread the word about sustainability.
nusec.uon@gmail.com
NUSEC on Facebook

Adventist Students on Campus

ASOC aims to improve the lives of Newcastle students through food, fun, friendship, and faith. ASOC provides free programs and events to help students improve their health, connect with and create community with other students. ASOC believe that things like a community of friends, activities beyond uni, and knowing God are necessary for a balanced life.
asocuon@gmail.com
ASOC on Facebook


Catholic Society

The UoN Catholic Society aims to be the face and presence of the Catholic Church at the University of Newcastle. The Society provides regular on-campus opportunities for worship, formation and communal gathering. Everyone is free to join their weekly gathering for music, food, discussion and prayer as well as opportunities to share Mass and attend social events. The UoN Catholic Society invite you to come join them as they seek and celebrate the presence of God in themselves and the wider community.
uoncatholic@gmail.com
UoN CathSoc website
UoN CathSoc on Facebook


Christian Ambassador Mission Newcastle

CAMN is a student social and spiritual club that supports and helps students maintain their emotional and mental well-being through a strong interpersonal network. This will lead them complete their studies successfully and grow their maturity in their life.
Please email clubs@nusa.org.au for contact details for this club.


Christian Club

UCC is a student lead and run club which consists of various Christians from all backgrounds. The club holds to the common faith which is shared by all believers and encourage anyone who would like to know more about God and the Bible to join the club!
UCC website
UCC on Facebook


Hillsong on Campus

Hillsong on Campus are focused on connecting university students and staff with a positive environment and the Christian message, in both small groups and at large gatherings. They also assist in welcoming international students to Australia and its culture. Their club facilitates social activities and on campus events to create a strong community amongst students.
hillsongoncampusuon@gmail.com
Hillsong on Campus on Facebook


Islamic Society

UNIS is the formal student body representing Muslim students at the University of Newcastle campus which aim to educate and cultivate Islamic values and set an excellent example to the students and people of Newcastle. UNIS also seeks to establish a network with community members along with providing a platform to socialize and exchange ideas and thoughts. Anyone is welcome to become a member.
UNIS on Facebook
Please email clubs@nusa.org.au for more contact details for this club.


Newcastle Christian Students

NCS is a group for all students who love Jesus or want to find out more about Him. The club provide the opportunity for students to investigate and grow in their knowledge of who Jesus is from the Bible with Christians from a range of churches through Bible Talks, Groups and conferences.
newcastlechristianstudents@gmail.com
NCS website
NCS on Facebook


Ourimbah Christian Students

This club is formed by a group of Christian students who want to honour Jesus. The club's mission at Ourimbah is to share the good news of Jesus with the Campus, and to grow to reflect Jesus more and more themselves. If you have any subjects at Callaghan campus, make sure you check out Newcastle Christian Students, the OCS’s sister organisation up north!
OCS on Facebook
Please email info@yourimbah.com.au for more contact details for this club.


Pastafarian Society

The Pastafarian Society represents the rights of Pastafarians at the University of Newcastle and the surrounding community. The Society supports advance freedom of religion and all other individual human rights and provide a non-dogmatic all-inclusive platform of debate.
pastafarianuon@gmail.com
Pastafarian Society on Facebook


Philosophy Society

PhilSoc provides a fun environment for people from any discipline to explore big concepts and share deep thoughts.  The society run 20+ events a year, including discussions, BBQs, games and movie nights.  No assumed knowledge. All welcome.
president@uonphilosophysociety.org.au
PhilSoc on Facebook


Sikh Society

The Sikh Society aims to bring the Sikh faith's values of spiritual development and social justice to campus, through collaborative events, dialogue, and community engagement. The Society is involved in running events such as meditation nights, stalls at multicultural festivals, social events, organising interfaith dialogues and bringing traditional Sikh practices such as langar (free community kitchen) and gatka (martial arts) to campus. Everyone is always welcome!
uonsikhsociety@gmail.com
Sikh Society on Facebook

You can also find more details for sporting clubs at The Forum's Club Sport page.

Badminton Club

The Badminton Club host games at The Forum Sports & Aquatic Centre on Saturdays from 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm and Sundays 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm. Membership fees are $10, session fee is $5 for members and $8 for non-members.
UoN Badminton Club on Facebook
Please visit NUsport's website for more contact details for this club.


Baseball Club

The Camels field baseball teams in four grades of the Newcastle competition, all with experienced team and training coaches. Games are played at the University fields of the Callaghan Campus, as well as other fields across Newcastle. All players are welcome, both men and women, from experienced baseballers to novices. A friendly social club for all to enjoy.
secretary@unibaseball.org
The Baseball Club website


Basketball Club

UNBC runs social competitions and events for students with a common interest in the game of basketball. It is the perfect way to have fun, make friends and keep fit. The Club also strives to run exciting social events throughout the semesters to continue the fun outside the competition.
uonbasketaball@gmail.com
UNBC website
UNBC on Facebook


Bicycle Users Group

NUBUG is a cycling advocacy group, which seeks to promote cycling for fun, camaraderie, sport and transport. They hold fun events such as bike rides, movie nights, and festivals. Get the complete transport story: NUBUG aims to promote safe cycling and promote awareness of related issues of sustainability, convenience, economic welfare, fitness and health, and environmental protection.
nubug.org@gmail.com
NUBUG website
NUBUG on Facebook


Boat Club

NUBC is a fun and social rowing club for students and staff of the University of Newcastle. They cater for all skill levels from complete novice to advanced rowers, allowing members to row as much or as little as they like.
secretary@nubc.com.au
NUBC website
NUBC on Facebook


Cheerleading

Competitive scholastic cheerleading club, including tumbling, dancing and stunting. Filled with competitions and social events, a great way to stay fit, make friends, and have fun.
uoncheer@gmail.com
UoN Cheer website
UoN Cheer on Facebook


Diving and Exploration Society

N.U.D.E.S. have everything you need to go SCUBA diving and snorkelling, and even a heap of things you probably haven't thought of like dive flags and oxygen kits!  The goal of N.U.D.E.S. is to provide a safe, social and low cost entry point into the sport.
dive@nudes.org.au
NUDES website
NUDES on Facebook


Fencing Club

NUFC is a club geared for both first timers and veterans. Whether looking for a first time experience or to grow and compete in a relaxed and encouraging atmosphere, this is the fencing club for you.
uonfencingclub@gmail.com
NUFC website
NUFC on Facebook


Football Club (Men's)

UNI FC aims to encourage, foster, publicise, promote, develop, extend, organise, and administer the sport of football for the benefit of the students and staff of the University.
secretary.unifc@gmail.com
UNI FC website
UNI FC on Facebook


Football Club (Women's)

The University of Newcastle Women’s Football Club (UNWFC) aims to promote women's football to a wide range of skill levels. As a club, they strive to provide a safe and healthy space for all their members. UNWFC is one of the largest women's football clubs in the region with the capacity to offer teams of varying skill levels, and the opportunity for development and fine tuning of skills and also the generally learning of how to play soccer. UNWFC also host a number of social events throughout the year.
nusoccer@hotmail.com

UNWFC website
UNWFC on Facebook


Hockey Club (Men's)

The University of Newcastle Mens Hockey Club, also known as the Seapigs, is the official men’s hockey club of the University. They cater for all skill levels, with teams across all 7 grades in the local Newcastle hockey competition. Games are played at the NIHC which is located next door to Hunter Stadium.
Hockey Club website
Hockey Club on Facebook


Hockey Club (Women's)

The Seasows play in the local competition and enter teams from 1st to 7th grade. They are a social club and have a wide array of casual and formal functions throughout the year. So if you are interested in great hockey and a lot of fun please consider!
seasows@gmail.com
Hockey Club website
Hockey Club on Facebook


Jujutsu Club

The Jujutsu Club in association with the International Jujutsu Institute teaches traditional Japanese jujutsu including strikes, joint locks, throws and strangulations. The training provided is structured to suit both men and women.
a_stokoe@hotmail.com
Jujutsu Club website
Jujutsu Club on Facebook


Mountaineering Club

NUMC is a network of adventure-minded people who love nature, the outdoors, and adventure sports! This club facilitates this passion, providing opportunities for climbing, caving, bushwalking and camping trips, as well as seasonal canyoning trips and social BBQ nights.
committee@numc.org.au
NUMC Website
NUMC on Facebook


Quidditch Club

UNQC is a sporting club which runs social events, trainings, and allows its members to participate in tournaments both state and nation wide. The club is open to people of any fitness level or gender.
uonquidditch@gmail.com
Quidditch Club website
Quidditch Club on Facebook


Rugby League Club

Founded in 1970 and a founder member of the NSW Tertiary Rugby League, the "Seahorses" are one of the University of Newcastle's oldest and proudest clubs. Go the mighty Seahorses!
Rugby League Club on Facebook
Please visit NUsport's website for more contact details for this club.


Rugby Union Club

UONRUC, founded in 1955, is one of the oldest UoN sporting clubs and boasts a fine history of participation in the Newcastle & Hunter Rugby Union. The Club welcomes individuals at all levels of experience who are interested in participating in a competitive yet highly social environment centred on Rugby Union. Currently holding four premier men’s teams and one premier women’s team playing in the Newcastle Hunter premier competition, all players welcome – students, graduates, alumni of other Universities and non-students included – with no experience needed.
UONRUC website
UONRUC on Facebook


Snow Sports

A group of people who are passionate about the snow and all activities associated with it. From complete beginners to seasoned shredders everyone is welcome. The club ski and snowboard in Australia and overseas, competing and just for fun.
nusnowsport@gmail.com
NUSS on Facebook


Squash Club

The University Squash Club allows members and non-members to come down and play a friendly, interactive game. Squash is a fast-paced racquet sport great for fitness and hand-eye coordination, as well as being an engaging social sport for people of all ages and levels of experience. If you have never played before, there is no better time to start than now.
uonsquash@gmail.com
Squash Club on Facebook


Surfriders

Surfing is an integral part of the Newcastle lifestyle. Surfriders aim to promote the culture and support the interest of brilliant minds. No matter what skill level you are at, the club has something for everybody.
uonsurfriders@gmail.com
Surfriders on Facebook


Taekwondo Club

The club provide an environment to learn self-defense, kicking and sparring techniques. With over 30 years on campus, this is a dynamic club that mixes sports and martial arts, allowing students to grow their focus, speed, flexibility and fitness.
uni_tkd@hotmail.com
TKD website
TKD on Facebook


Tennis Club

This club offers members access to a wide range of competitions suitable for all skill levels.  They also hold a number of social events throughout the year including trivia, social tennis and the annual club ball.
uontclub@gmail.com
Tennis Club website
Tennis Club on Facebook


Ultimate Frisbee (NUDiscs)

This club is all about teaching people how to play frisbee and growing the ultimate community in Newcastle! NUdiscs is the University of Newcastle's ultimate frisbee club - any level of skill or experience is welcome!
nudiscs@gmail.com
NUDiscs on Facebook


Water Polo Club

NUWP provide training sessions for water polo players of all levels including beginners to national league players. NUWP runs a social competition in semester one and a summer competition in semester two.
vicepresident.nuwp@gmail.com
NUWP website
NUWP on Facebook

Blue Gum House Society

Blue Gum House Society is a society for the on-campus, Blue Gum House residents to get involved with university and house exclusive events; a forum to voice what residents want to see and how we can become involved in the Central Coast and Ourimbah Campus community.
Please email info@yourimbah.com.au for contact details for this club.


Exercise and Sport Science Club

The ESS Club is driven by students of all years, dedicated to developing social and professional interaction between all members. They organise a variety of activities on campus such as BBQs, the ESS End of Year Ball and the great annual SPORTS CHAMPIONSHIPS! Being a member of the ESS Club entitles you to discounts to club clothing, activities and courses, with membership only being $10!
ESS Club on Facebook
Please email info@yourimbah.com.au for more contact details for this club.


HDR Coffee Club (Central Coast)

As the postgraduate cohorts on the Central Coast tend to be small and isolated, this club is motivated by the need to bring together students from the different faculties on campus. It is a meeting place for PhD and research masters students to chat about the travails, pitfalls and joys of the HDR experience. While its purpose is to act as social support network, it has great potential, including acting as a reading or collaborative research group.
HDR Coffee Club on Facebook
Please visit NUPSA’s website for more contact details for this club.


Ideas and Network Synergy

A new Club in 2019, the INS aims to encourage like-minded, motivated individuals in self-development and nurturing of their career-ready development; support new and innovative ideas, in their growth and business development; and connect students with the people, knowledge and skills programs to realise their potential.
INS on Facebook


Oral Health Society 

UNOHS represents Oral Health/ Therapy students at the University of Newcastle. They work closely with the Australian Dental Students Association (ADSA) to run national events and competitions such as orientation, R U OK? DAY, blood drive competitions with other dental and medical schools and opportunities to volunteer overseas. UNOHS events include a first year meet and greet, pubcrawls, occasional BBQ’s, pizza days and an annual ball.
UNOHS on Facebook
Please email info@yourimbah.com.au for more contact details for this club.


Ourimbah Christian Students

This club is formed by a group of Christian students who want to honour Jesus. The club's mission at Ourimbah is to share the good news of Jesus with the Campus, and to grow to reflect Jesus more and more themselves. If you have any subjects at Callaghan campus, make sure you check out Newcastle Christian Students, OCS’s sister organisation up north!
OCS on Facebook
Please email info@yourimbah.com.au for more contact details for this club.

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