Clubs and societies

Joining a club is a great way to make friends outside of your classes and assignments. Meet like-minded people, explore your favourite hobby or sport (or learn a new one), and even add some extra spice to your CV.

Swinburne Student Life Clubs and Societies

There are over 70 Swinburne clubs and societies you can get involved in. From the Snow Squad to the Animation Club, there’s something for everyone.

Swinburne Student Life clubs cover a multitude of interests, including:

  • academic
  • cultural
  • spiritual
  • social
  • service/social justice
  • political
  • sport
  • student union groups
  • faculty groups

If you have an idea for a club not included on the Swinburne Student Life list, get in touch to find out how to start one. Send an email to

Swinburne Student Union groups

The Swinburne Student Union groups include:

  • Queer Collective
  • Sustainability Collective
  • Women's Collective
  • Indigenous Collective
  • Health & Disability Collective

Visit the Swinburne Student Union website to find out more. 

Faculty groups

Faculty groups are an ideal way for students in the Faculty of Science Engineering and Technology to network, make friends and build job-ready skills. There are several faculty groups available, including:

  • Engineers without Borders Swinburne group
  • Platform Female
  • Women in Engineering @Swinburne
  • Women in ICT
  • Women in STEM