Clubs and societies at CQUni

Want to find your tribe, build your network and nurture your interests? Thanks to the support of your nominated Student Representative Council, clubs and societies are blossoming at CQUniversity.

Joining in extra-curricular activities like these can help you to connect and develop both personally and professionally. Keep reading to discover the benefits of joining one (or more) of the clubs and societies on offer today!

Find your tribe

Express your passion, thoughts and ideas with like-minded people by joining a club or society at CQUni. It is a great way to meet people, to share your university journey and create ever-lasting friendships. View our clubs and societies directory!

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Build your network

You can join a group that is specific to your study area, which represents the personal, academic and professional interests and needs of you and your peers.

These groups also present a fantastic opportunity to build your professional network whilst studying. This may even help you to find some hands-on experience or – at the end of all your hard work – a graduate job!

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Nurture your interests

There is a range of clubs and societies affiliated with CQUniversity. Whether you have a passion for engineering, nutrition, sport or tabletop games, there is a chance to join a club or society that enjoys and embraces these passions. If you cannot find a club or society that interests you, simply start one. You only need 6 members to affiliate.

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Connect with a club or society

Never miss out again! No matter where you are studying, if you want to know what’s going on – the clubs and societies at CQUni can help you.

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If you can’t find a club, group or society that draws your attention, you can easily start your own – simply read through this handbook to find out how or contact the Student Representative Council at src@cqu.edu.au.

Check out the Directory on the Student Portal, and don’t forget to follow and join the conversation about the Clubs and Societies on the SRC Facebook page.

Ashleigh Truscott (https://cqunilife.com)

I am a CQUni alumnus, who graduated back in 2010. Straight after graduating, I took a job in media, and later returned to CQUni working full-time as Student Communications Assistant. I remember all too well the panic fuelled ‘all-nighters’, getting lost on campus, confusion over systems, and the general feeling of being unsure. I'm excited to share my experiences and provide some insights into university life.


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