RUSU is proud to represent the needs of a unique, ever-changing and diverse student body at RMIT. Our Clubs and Societies (C&S) Department is dedicated to helping students explore their social, professional, political, spiritual and cultural identities by supporting a wide array of campus clubs. Each club is run by RMIT students for RMIT students and is open for membership to all RMIT students who support the club's aims and objectives.
Wherever your extra-curricular interests may lie, RUSU has the club for you. With a wide range of different types of clubs, including Academic & Industry Clubs, Cultural & Nationality Clubs, Social, Political & Activist Clubs, and Spiritual Clubs, there is sure to be something to pique your interest. Browse our full list of clubs today, or check out the categories below to find out more!
RUSU has over 60 Academic and Industry Clubs, with a wide array of interests, from Technology, Science, Business and Humanities.
Whether your interests are purely social, or lean towards the political, RUSU's social, political and activist clubs will have something for you.
RUSU has many Cultural and Nationality Clubs, representing our proud diversity here at RMIT.
RUSU has several spiritual clubs that focus on many different aspects of the spiritual experience, from social life to spiritual wellbeing. Take a look at what's on offer.
Here is the lowdown on how to go about joining a club, how to start your own RUSU club, and a list of all current resources that existing clubs may need to access.
Like the look of one of our clubs, but not sure how to join? Each club will have it's own joining procedure, and some will require payment, whilst others are free.
Can't find a club that interests you? Why not start your own! It's a great way to meet like-minded people and have some fun.
Whether you need the lowdown on events, room booking or grants, you're sure to find it here.