There are many ways to get involved at Flinders.
Use the links below to find out more.
If you’ve been studying at Flinders for six months or more consider joining one of our mentor programs to help new students settle into life at Flinders.
Apply in January to become a wellbeing ambassador. You'll get training to contribute to mental health initiatives and events during the year.
Your Student Council is a group of students who amplify your voice, represent your interests and affirm your rights.
Participate in meaningful conversations across the Uni and work with the leadership team in your college to improve teaching and learning in your course.
The Good Vibes Experiment is a campaign led by students encouraging us all to experiment with adding wellbeing-focused activities to our everyday lives.
Join a club to make friends and connect with like-minded people while you’re studying.
Flinders sporting clubs cater for all levels of ability or interest. Join a sports club to meet new people all while staying physically active.
Got a great idea for a club? FUSA has a wide range of free support to help you start your own.
Join the Horizon Professional Development Award Program
Join this free program to develop your professional skills, gain new experiences and increase your employability. Participate and get recognised for extra-curricular activities that sit outside of your study through this leading, industry-aligned award program.
Attend events and activities in the Commons!
The Commons is a vibrant, interactive space that is home to a wide range of events and activities designed to help you develop your learning and plan your career. Drop into The Commons at Bedford Park to see what is happening and to make use of the collaborative study space by writing notes on the whiteboard walls or networking with other students!
Meet other students and help inform and guide the student experience at Flinders by joining the Student View Group (SVG).
The Student Council is elected to represent your rights and interests. If you would like to discuss anything with your Student Council representative, feel free to contact them via email.
If you have an article about an event or student initiative that you want to share with the wider student community, you can submit it for inclusion in the weekly all student e-newsletter, Ping!
Your student magazine is a unique opportunity to have your work published, and your artistic work or ideas shared with the community. There are no limits to what you can do - fiction, nonfiction, reporting, reviewing, poetry, photography, digital illustration, concept design, painting, comics, graphic design
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