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Affiliated Clubs & Societies

Sunshine Coast  - Non-Academic Clubs

Non-Academic/study area clubs based at UniSC Sunshine Coast Campus

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Chess Club

USC Sunshine Coast

A casual Chess Club that meets every Friday from 12-3pm in KG.06, USC Sunshine Coast. We also play regularly in GuildHQ. All welcome.



Are you interested in meditation, Buddhism and/or connecting with other like-minded USC students? Then this group is for you! We delve into meditation, Buddhist philosophy as well as psychology. We focus on modern techniques for wellbeing rooted in ancient wisdom that are backed by science. There’s no need to be Buddhist at all - please come along with an open mind/heart and feel comfortable to engage as you wish! Group activities include: on-campus meditations; casual meet ups; as well as group trips to visit Chenrezig Institute, an existing Buddhist and wellness centre in Eudlo on the Sunshine Coast (please feel free to Google it 🌞🌴).  

Everyone is always welcome!!! 😄🌈

We look forward to meeting you soon! 🌊 

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Enactus USC

USC Sunshine Coast


Enactus is a global student organisation which brings together business leaders and students whose purpose is: “To Enable Progress through Entrepreneurial Action”
Enactus USC is the affiliation of Enactus at the University of the Sunshine Coast, where students, staff and local community/corporate members can come together and work together to create a more sustainable world.
Our project-based approach focuses on the SDGs, providing students the opportunity to create a more sustainable world while expanding their interpersonal and entrepreneurial skills.


The Greens at UniSC

We are a USC student-run club for supporters of the Queensland Greens.


USC Mums and Dads (MADS)

USC Sunshine Coast


Inclusive supportive community for studying parents.

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USC Netball

USC Sunshine Coast


A Club that exists for the purpose of creating a positive environment where Netball is accesible for all skill levels. The Club is not for profit and any money raised will be reinvested into the University Netball Program through the Thunder Premier League (TPL) Team and/or the University National Squads


USC Pasifika Association

USC Sunshine Coast and USC Moreton Bay

The USC Pasifika Association welcomes all USC students who identify as Pasifika and also students who do not identify as Pasifika but have an interest in Pacific Island culture, studies and/or research.

USC Pasifika Association (USCPA)

Bringing Pasifika students together: Creating Community, Opportunities, and Possibilities.


Pride Connect

USC Sunshine Coast

Providing a connection point for LGBTIQ2A+ people, for representation, mentoring, advocacy and community.


USC Quadball League

USC Sunshine Coast


USC Quadball League was founded in April 2014 and has evolved into a network of 60+ quidditch players of all skill levels, and their supporters. Through the league, a rich tapestry of friendships has been forged, and newcomers are always welcome.


USC Rugby League

USC Sunshine Coast


To promote and develop an individuals rugby league skills on and off the field. Creating an inclusive environment that enhances the culture at USC.


Sunshine Screen Media Genre

SSMGC has a vision of having a sustainable film industry on the Sunshine Coast. The club holds lecture screenings, provides practical advice and resources, and advocates for diversity and inclusion in the film industry.


Sunshine Coast Christian Students

USC Sunshine Coast


SCCS is a Christian group at the University of the Sunshine Coast (affiliated with AFES).


Sunshine Coast Volleyball Club

USC Sunshine Coast


The Sunshine Coast Volleyball Club was founded in 2020. It is a not for profit organisation which donates all of the profits to support the University of the Sunshine Coast's volleyball programs and competitions. This competition is an advance level mixed volleyball comp open to the public for ages 16 plus.


Tabletop Gamers

USC Sunshine Coast

The club exists as a social opportunity for interested students to meet others, foster friendships, and enjoy a weekly afternoon of fun and gaming in person, on campus. lt promotes problem-solving, leadership, imagination, lateral thinking, negotiation, and conflict resolution skills through exposure to a wide range of board games, roleplaying games, tabletop wargames, and simulated conflict within these game environments. lt also gives opportunities for students to develop creative skills in 3D modelling, 3D printing, sculpting, painting, photography, and creative writing.

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