A Touhou Doujin group in many aspects.
The aim of this club is to provide Tourism and Event Management students with the opportunity to gain experience in both the Tourism and Event Management Industry and create important contacts that they can use once they have completed the course.
A group for students to record, produce and broadcast their own radio shows for the UniCast radio station, based at the UniSA Magill campus.
Strengthening both academic and social interaction between Health Science peers
Get fit, have fun and learn the beautiful art of ballet. It's never too late to start!
We are a Christian group which welcomes people who know Jesus and those who might have questions about him and the Bible.
UniSA Visual Communication Student's Club is the hub for the dedicated third year students of the Visual Communication Graduate Exhibition Committee.
For lovers of all things automotive
A club for students at UniSA who want to practice their French and experience french cultural activities in Adelaide.
IT Council of University of South Australia
The UniSA Labor Club strives to protect progressive values in the student community while providing forums for debate, learning and networking.
Our goal: To enhance students' campus life in a social and academic approach.
The UniSA Media Society aims to provide exciting events for UniSA Journalism students such as the Pub Crawl, End-Of-Year Ball and Quiz Night.
The club for all Occupational Therapy students.
UniSA Physiotherapy Student Society
Club for Psychology students at UniSA
Fostering innovation and promoting real-life STEM skills by designing, manufacturing and launching high powered student developed rockets.
SOCIETY is a student run initiative aimed at increasing the sense of community and cohesion within the Social Work and Human Services programs at the University of South Australia.
An organisation where people meet together to practice public speaking in a friendly and fun environment
The UniSA Visual Arts Club is a representative club for students of Visual Arts and is open to Art Students and non art students interested in Visual Art.
Women's rights matter at UniSA