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Social Clubs List
ASEC is a club that brings together people who are interested in science and engineering.
This group is an open forum for University staff and students to discuss any topic free from the boundaries of political correctness.
The ACYA is an association with the desire to bring Australian and Chinese Young people closer together.
Bachelor of Biomedical Sciences Society or BoBS, is a student society that encourages interest in biomedical sciences within the University of Newcastle.
BREAATHHE aims to promote rural and remote practice to our members through information exchange, placement opportunities, support and advocacy.
Christ's Ambassador Mission Newcastle
An alliance between Cancer Council NSW and students for mutual benefit.
The UoN Chemistry Society organises social and educational events to encourage interest in chemical and life sciences at the University of Newcastle.
The Christian Tertiary Students club aims to bring together students who share like-minded views about God.
The College of St Crispin is a fun and active society who like to recreate historical activities and events from centuries past.
A club for anyone interested in any form of dance. We're currently looking for members! Please contact us if you're interested in joining.
The Design Club was established to promote and facilitate student and staff activities in the discipline of Design at the University of Newcastle such as exhibitions, competitions and other social events.
Explore is a community of students who come together to discuss spirituality, meaning and life, informed by a rich and diverse Christian faith.
FEAST stands for Food, Expression, Art, Song, Thought.
UoN Film Club is about the appreciation of good film in a relaxed atmosphere.
The Grainery Young Adults are people doing life together interested in following Jesus and finding out more about who He is.
The International Kung Fu Club has been set up to introduce different martial arts on campus.
The Islamic Society aims to bring together Islamic students who are studying at the University of Newcastle.
The International Youth and Students for Social Equality fights to build a movement among young people throughout the country opposing war and austerity as part of an international socialist movement of the entire working class.
The Liberal Club is a newly established club on campus which aims to bring together people who share similar political views.