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Clubs and Societies play a key role in campus life, allowing people with similar interests to get together and provide an opportunity to enjoy life outside of academia.

The major benefits for TUSA affiliated Clubs and Societies are that TUSA provides,

  • Funding to assist with holding activities and events, equipment purchases and if eligible, discounted university venue hire.
  • Insurance coverage as TUSA holds General and Products Liability insurance cover for all TUSA affiliated clubs and societies.
  • Access to training and development opportunities that might not be affordable or accessible.

All clubs and societies affiliated with the Tasmanian University Students Association (TUSA) are non-discriminating, so you are not restricted to which clubs and societies you can join – and you can join as many as you like.

Head to our website Clubs and Societies Listing A-Z to find out what our clubs and societies are all about and if there isn’t a club or society that suits you, why not start one? Details can be found within the Handbook and via the TUSA website and we are only too happy to assist you.

If the Handbook does not have the information you require, please contact the Clubs and Societies Team, they can answer any questions you may have.

TUSA’s Basic Requirements of Running a Club/Society:

  1. Submit re-affiliation/committee details form (includes membership list & Annual General Meeting minutes) by March 31st of each year
  2. Attend Clubs and Societies Council meeting (x4 per year – in person or online)
  3. Attend the 2-day Student Leaders Conference (SLC) in November every year
  4. Submit Event Application & Risk Assessment forms for each of your events / activities
  5. Register and set up your Club/Society account on QPay
  6. Join the orientation and welcome events such as Clubs and Societies Day, Year 12 Expo, UTAS Open Day to promote your club/society
  7. Join TUSA’s social channels
  8. Have at least 51% enrolled UTAS students as members in your Club/Society

Download the TUSA C+S Handbook

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