Clubs, collectives and societies
Meet new friends and get involved by joining a club, collective or society. RMIT has over 135 student and volunteer-run clubs to choose from, most of which are open to RMIT students, staff, graduates, and their friends and family.
Join one of our student-run arts collectives to receive funding and support, and make a positive difference by engaging with dance, writing, visual arts, music, film and more.
If you’re looking for more active pursuits, our sport and recreation clubs and community sport is a fantastic way to meet fellow students while keeping healthy – take part in exciting activities from martial arts to rock climbing to scuba diving.
The RMIT Student Union (RUSU) supports over 100 student-run clubs and societies. These are grouped under five distinct areas: academic, spiritual, cultural, political/activist and social/special interest. They’re run by students, for students.
RMIT clubs are very active and are the heart and soul of student life on campus. If you’re after a chance to meet new people or gain new skills, take your pick and get involved.
Want to start a new Club?
If you have an interest that’s not mentioned, start a new club. RMIT may be able to help subsidise your activities and get you organised – all you need is some enthusiasm and a few friends who are interested in joining in.