Clubs and societies for Bachelor of Design and MSD students.
At Archicle, we bring together 'architecture' and 'recycle' to create a sustainable, social and creative community for students. Sustainable initiatives are examined through environmental, human, and social perspectives. We recycle and resell unused modelling material, pass down architectural knowledge and technical skills through webinars and workshops, and encourage engagement through informal social platforms.
Built Industry Group (BIG)
Built Industry Group (BIG) connects students with industry. We achieve this through practice-based learning, networking development and multi-disciplinary engagement. BIG is a student-run, non-profit organisation based in The University of Melbourne.
Construction Students Association (CSA)
The Construction Students Association (CSA) is a platform for students undertaking a construction related degree to connect with one another and industry. We support the professional development of all our members by offering interaction and networking opportunities via a range of social and professional engagement events throughout the year.
Design Student Society (DES)
DES caters to all Bachelor of Design students, hosting a variety of social events throughout the year including the annual ball, camp, free pizza, BBQ lunches, trivia nights, and more. DES also hosts invaluable educational resources and industry building events such as program workshops, Industry Night, and a new industry interview series.
Students of Landscape Architecture (SOLA)
SOLA is a 100% student-run organisation for students who are interested in or are studying landscape architecture. SOLA aims to bring students landscape architecture news, events, and support both on and off campus. There will be free and membership-subsidised events throughout year, so it is accessible to all.
Student Organised Network for Architecture (SONA)
The Student Organised Network for Architecture (SONA) is the official student body of the Australian Institute of Architects. We represent architecture students from across Australia, organising national, state and local events that provide opportunities for students to collaborate with each other as well as architects.
The Urban Collective
The Urban Collective aims to provide students interested in urban planning, urban design and any other study of the built environment: a social organisation, a connection with industry and representation within the faculty.