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Sports and social clubs

With a wide range of sports and social groups to choose from, you’re bound to stay healthy, happy and connected during your time at Curtin.

Student sports

From social sports to the Curtin Elite Athlete’s program, there are sporting clubs for all skill and fitness levels. Campus sports are a fantastic way to learn a new sport, represent your university in competitions and make new friends.

Social sports

Open to all, social sport is a simple and fun way to keep active and make new friends.

Free student programs

Whether you want to keep fit with friends or just try something new, there are plenty of free programs at Curtin to help get you moving.

Sports clubs

From fencing to footy, there are 16 affiliated sports clubs across a number of sports, catering for all levels of skill and experience.

Elite Athlete program

Our Elite Athlete Program provides assistance and support for students who are currently in a state or national representative squad, team or individual sport.

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Student story

Hear from Curtin student and Elite Athlete Georgia Inglis on why she is studying a Master of Occupational Therapy at Curtin and how she balances her studies with sporting commitments.

Student groups and volunteering

Get involved in campus life by joining one of 100+ student clubs, volunteering opportunities or attending some of the amazing social activities hosted by the Student Guild.

Curtin Student Guild

The Curtin Student Guild coordinates a number of social events year round, such as the Guild Ball, multicultural week, tavern concerts and market days.

Clubs and societies

Whether you’re into pop culture or politics, geology or psychology, there are more than 100 student clubs and societies to pursue your hobbies or interests, meet like-minded people and get involved in awesome events.

Curtin Extra

Build your wider skill set and help others in the community with Curtin Extra volunteering, mentoring and leadership opportunities.

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I have been a Curtin mentor since 2016. I joined the program after my own experiences as a mentee. My mentor was very on top of things and always willing to help whenever I had questions. He helped me to register for classes and enrol in units, which I initially found quite difficult. I had such a good experience with the program that I wanted to pass that on.

Senaida D’Souza, Bachelor of Psychology