Browse our full list of RUSU's Social, Political & Activist Clubs below, and visit your chosen clubs' page today to find out more!
The RMIT ALP (Labor) Club is a group of like-minded RMIT students who are interested in Labor politics at RMIT.
ASEAN Students of RMIT aims to empower students from RMIT (especially student from South East Asia) by creating networking, personal and career growth events.
The RMIT Asian Association (RAA) cultivates an inclusive, inviting, and fun atmosphere, and serves as one of the premium social clubs for students adjusting to university life.
The RMIT Chinese Debating Group organises and supports Chinese language based activities, primarily debating.
Fossil Free RMIT aims to provide an intellectual space to explore and understand a fossil free future through social learning.
The Games, Manga and Anime Society (GMAS) is RMIT's anime and gaming club.
The RMIT Math Club is for all RMIT students interested in mathematics!
The RMIT Chinese Traditional Board Game Club is a Club for all RMIT Students, that promotes the Chinese Traditional board game culture.
RMIT University Liberal Club aims to bring together RMIT students of conservative political beliefs to develop and express their ideas.
The RMIT University Car Club (RUCC) provides motorsport and social events for RMIT Car Enthusiasts.
The RMIT Science Fiction and Gaming Association play card games, CCGs, board games, pen and paper RPG, tabletop strategy, videogames and talk about all things sci-fi and gaming related.
RMIT Socialist Alternative Club is the left-wing, socialist and anti-capitalist activist club, involved in fighting for social justice and against inequality and oppression.
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