There is much more to campus life than lectures and study. Clubs are a great way to meet others with similar interests and can be of a social, sporting or academic nature. If there isn’t a club that suits your needs, why not get some friends together and start one? For more info contact Campus Central on 4348 4260.
Current Campus Central Clubs:
For lovers of Japanese Animation, the Anime club meets regularly to discuss anime and manga.
You can find us on Facebook – look for Anime Ourimbah - or you can contact the Campus Central office.
Exercise and Sports Science Club
The ESS Club is developed and lead by students, dedicated to developing social and professional interaction between all members, students, lecturers and associates. We organise a variety of activities on campus such as the annual UNI SPRING BEACH PARTY, trivia nights, BBQs and sporting championships. Professional Development courses include sports strapping, sports massage and other courses run at NSW Sport and Recreation on campus.
Being a member of the ESS Club entitles you to discounts to all of these activities and courses, with membership being only $15! On joining you also receive a sports drink bottle and discounts for the University Games held all over Australia. For more info or to join, visit the Campus Central office! Facebook
Ourimbah Psychology Society (OPS)
Do you have an interest in psychology?
OPS offers a range of benefits to members including guest speakers, the opportunity to liaise with students in other years, help with career decisions and fun events to socialise with like minded peers. If you’re interested, email us or check OPS out on Facebook.
Ourimbah Christian Students (OCS)
Enter a discussion with fellow students and you will soon discover there are many Christians on the Ourimbah Campus. Ourimbah Christian Students is a student group that aims to connect Christian students with each other, and equip, support and encourage all Christians on campus. Additionally OCS recognises that all students are formulating life plans and goals – investigating what matters and what doesn’t matter, developing skills to achieve these goals and looking to meet friends who will partner them on the journey. www.ourimbahchristianstudents.com
The main aims of the Ourimbah Creative Arts and Performance Club (with the fantastic acronym O’CRAP for those with stage fright) are to provide opportunities for students and staff to perform and display their creative work and to provide entertainment for students, particularly at lunch times.
Nurses 4 Nurses
Nurses 4 nurses is a new social group for nursing students. This group aims to help students help each other with studying and social events. We also want to get involved in charity work, the idea of the group is to start making a difference as a nurse before we even graduate. Membership is only $5 and includes, exclusive invites to social events and free BBQs for members. All money raised goes back into the group to assist with events, charities and annual scholarships for members.
The Ourimbah Podiatry Students’ Association aims to create a social hub for students from different years of study; to provide an environment which promotes courteous learning and skills in podiatry and to increase public awareness of podiatry and across allied health professions.
To join or to find out more please contact the Campus Central office.
The Enviromental Collective aims to promote a more sustainable living for Students, Staff & Friends of the University. To educate all on the benifit of living a more sustainable life and to inspire all to interact with the enviroment.
The Push were formed for all those who appreciate literature, film & philosophy. We encourage you to be creative & critical as you think about the world. Come together to generate all sorts of outrageous, radical & transformative ideas.
Ourimbah Campus Residents Club
The Residents Club is made up of student living on or near campus to give the student a sense of belonging to a community while living away from home. This club is made up of student from all parts of the world, there is a rich mix of cultural diversity so come along & learn something new.
Local Sporting Clubs:
- Ourimbah-University Football Club – www.oufc.com.au
- Ourimbah Rugby Club – http://ourimbahrazorbacks.rugbynet.com.au/
- Lisarow-Ourimbah Cricket Club – http://www.lisarowcricket.com.au/
For other local sporting clubs and competitions, please contact Campus Central on 4348 4260