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Making friends and pursuing new interests are some of the most rewarding experiences university has to offer. UTS has over 100 clubs and societies on campus, along with bars, cafés and a range of sporting facilities. To ensure you feel confident and supported, we offer help with housing, money, making friends, health, cultural issues and career development.
Check out the full list of programs and events.
Connect with fellow female students through the Women in Engineering and IT (WiEIT) program and receive access to support, networking and site visit opportunities. They're also connected to other programs like the SWIEIT Speakers Program and Lucy Mentoring.
UTS: Information Technology has a few unique clubs and societies. See below for some options or see the full list at ActivateClubs (external site).
BiG IT society
The UTS IT society, BiG, aims to provide all its members with the opportunity to participate in a variety of social and career-focused events. These include the annual 'How Can I Use My IT Degree Innovatively' forum, as well as several industry-sponsored activities.
Programmers' Society (ProgSoc)
Interested in programming? Then this is the society to join. The UTS Programmers' Society is committed to promoting programming within the UTS community and offer a range of events and social activities. Their headquarters even house their own computers and servers, library, desks and a well-stocked fridge!
Electronic Gamers Guild (EGG)
The Electronic Gamers Guild is passionate about games and gaming. They pride themselves on having a good time, promoting the excellent medium of games and helping to reshape people's perception of what games and gamers are all about. You'll no doubt come across them promoting games at their weekly console gaming sessions in the UTS Tower Building (CB01.03).