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.
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.
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.