Clubs and student organisations
Join a club or student organisation and meet like-minded people, explore new hobbies and get involved with the issues you care about. Find your people.
Joining a club is a great way to make new friends outside of the classroom. You could meet like-minded people with shared interests or learn new skills to add to your CV by doing the things that you love.
The Junction – located directly opposite Glenferrie railway station – is home to Swinburne's clubs and societies. There you'll find the node, an exclusive space for clubs to meet and host events.
Have an idea for a club?
If you have an idea for a club that doesn’t exist at Swinburne, you can start your own! Get in touch to find out how: send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Did you know?
Members of the Swinburne Esports Club have exclusive access to the brand new Esports Lounge in the Junction.
Swinburne Student Union
Student union groups are a great way to get involved with the issues you care about and include groups such as:
- Queer Collective
- Women's Collective
- First Nations Collective.
STEM student groups
School groups are an ideal way for students studying science, engineering and technology to network, make friends and build job-ready skills. There are several groups available, including Engineers Without Borders Swinburne and Women in STEM.
Student Representative Council
The Swinburne Student Representative Council (SRC) is a student group, elected to sit on Council, boards and committees at Swinburne. Representatives function as a bridge between students and staff to share information and ideas to improve the university experience.
Find your people
There's more to uni than what you do in the classroom. Follow @swinburnelife on Instagram to discover what else is going on... from events to volunteering opportunities.