There are over 150 ANU clubs and societies; with sports, cultural activity, and social communities ready and waiting for you.
This includes associations specific to engineering, computing, and cybernetics students. Here are a few that might be of interest, or browse the full list of ANU clubs.
The ANU Computer Science Students Association is a society for students studying (or interested in) computer science, software engineering, and related fields. We operate a common room on campus (in N102 on level 1 of the CSIT building #108, come say hi); organise regular academic and social events, and events with industry sponsors; and a variety of other activities for the benefit of our members and the broader ANU community.
The ANU Engineering Students Association (ANUESA) is a non-profit student organisation run by the students, for the students. We’re here to ensure that you have the best university experience possible! Throughout the year we host a myriad of events for our members. Each year we hold a Careers Fair, Industry Panel Events, fortnightly industry BBQs, Trivia Nights, study sessions, industry information nights, a Ball, sports matches and not to mention our famous Bar Nights! Membership is open to all students.
A world where technology benefits all
Engineers Without Borders (EWB)'s vision is to harness the potential of engineering to create an equitable reality for the planet and its people. Through partnership and collaboration, EWB focus on developing skills, knowledge and appropriate engineering solutions. Anyone can contribute – you don’t need to be an engineer – and there are plenty of ways to be involved.
Join the ACT Region Chapter or find out more about EWB.
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CECC is a proud partner of ANU Fifty50. Founded in 2015 by Francesca Maclean and Emily Campbell at The Australian National University (ANU), Fifty50 is a student-led organisation which promotes gender equity in science, technology, engineering, and maths (STEM) within the ANU.
Fifty50 strives to close the gender gap in STEM, to ultimately achieve gender equity through a strengths-based approach that includes mentoring programs, increasing the visibility of role models, engaging the wider community in STEM gender equity, and advocating for policy change. Our mission is to develop an equitable STEM pipeline, from university to industry and academia, inclusive of all students regardless of gender.
Inspiring tomorrow's engineers today
Robogals is a student run organisation that aims to inspire and empower young women to consider studying engineering and related fields.
Powered by the sun, driven by innovation
The The Australian National University (ANU) Solar Racing team are a group of passionate students dedicated to promoting sustainable innovation and renewables in our community and beyond.
Each year, they compete in the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge (BWSC), where teams from around the world operate vehicles powered entirely by the sun along a 3,000km outback track from Darwin to Adelaide.
Their latest 3rd generation solar car features a lightweight carbon-fibre, trimaran-style chassis and is powered by a 98% efficient motor that weighs only six kilograms.
Reaching for the starts, one rocket at a time
ANU Rocketry is a student-led initiative that provides The Australian National University (ANU) students with hands-on experience in large scale engineering projects in the aerospace industry. Their ongoing mission is to design, simulate, develop and produce high-powered rockets that will launch to 10,000ft and 30,000ft in a safe and accurate manner.
The Formula Sport is an interdisciplinary team of The Australian National University (ANU) students driven by the goal of building and racing a Formula SAE car in 2023. The team members hail from all academic backgrounds, to design, build, and race a Formula SAE car.