The Canberra Business Society at UC aims to assist its members and the wider community to build upon their innovative and entrepreneurial skill-set through the achievement of a range of objectives and initiatives.
CLSS represents Law and Justice Studies students at the University of Canberra.
Based at the University of Canberra, CRANC is a small club aiming to bring big things to Rural Health
💊 We have lots of awesome benefits for you and your pharmacy degree! 💊 We offer discounts for our social😁, educational📚 and networking🗣 events for pharmacy students throughout the year as well as discounts on the AMH 📕 through NAPSA.
The UC Debate Club offers a forum for tackling interesting topics, and a way to meet like-minded people at the same time.
The University of Canberra Economics Society (UCES) is a student body that represents the economics discipline and related majors at the University. At UCES we encourage students to experience University through uniting theory and reality.
LASA showcases Latin-American culture through a variety of activities and provides support for all Latino students at UC
M.U.S.I.C. Society - Musicians Unite Showcasing Innovative Creations
The aims and objectives of PENSA UC is to connect the university’s students, and associates to fellowship together, contribute positively to the social welfare of Canberran's, and connect students to professionals in industries they are studying towards.
Politics, International Relations and National Security Student Association at the University of Canberra
RCUC is a community working together to promote change and development locally and internationally, whilst empowering ourselves!
Student led club for students studying physiotherapy.
Thalia Arts Productions Brisbane Campus
A cultural and social club open to all UC students and members of the public! Uniting the African diaspora on campus, sharing knowledge about the various cultures of the African continent
The University of Canberra Communication Society (UCOMMS) is a fun and active society that works to bridge the gap between the university and the communications industry.