top of page


REGISTER YOUR INTEREST IN A 2022 CLUB BELOW! Make new friends, learn new skills, gain practical experience.

Joining a student club is a great way to meet new people who share your interests.


Learn about yourself and develop new skills in project management, event planning and people management by participating in club activities.

LEXSA has many clubs and societies focused on educational, social or interest/hobby based gatherings and activities on a regular basis.


NOTE: Some of these clubs will only run by getting enough registrations and with a dedicated student to run the club. Please be advised LEXSA is also taking precautions for all club activities regarding Covid.

Don't see a club you are interested in below? Contact LEXSA at for more information on starting a club.

2022 LEXSA clubs & Societies
  • QSCU: Expression of Interest
    QSCU: Expression of Interest
    Time is TBD
    Location is TBD
    Time is TBD
    Location is TBD
    Students can express their interest to be apart of the QSCU Club!
  • SCU Engineering Society - EOI
    SCU Engineering Society - EOI
    Date and time is TBD
    Location is TBD
    Date and time is TBD
    Location is TBD
    Seeking expressions of interest to restart a group where SCU Engineering students can meet socially. Register your interest to join this club for 2024 here!
  • Education Club: Expression of Interest
    Education Club: Expression of Interest
    Time is TBD
    Time is TBD
    Students studying Education can express their interest to be apart of an Lismore Education Club!
  • Regen Ag Students Club
    Regen Ag Students Club
    Online group, Webinars
    Online group, Webinars
    Register your interest to join the Regenerative Agriculture Students Club for social networking, support and opportunities in the industry.

Regenerative Agriculture Student's Club

The Club; Regen Ag for short, aims to provide informal peer-to-peer support, host social events for their members, and promote learning, education, training and professional development opportunities in regenerative and ecological agriculture for RASC members.


Membership is $10.

Get in contact with the club to join!


Student  Garden

All students are welcome to come along every Thursday from 5pm to lend a hand and take care of the plants.


The Southern Cross University Student Community Garden is a space on the Lismore Campus dedicated to growing a variety of organic vegetables, fruits, herbs, trees and native flowers. It provides students with an abundance of healthy food, physical exercise, social connection, and a peaceful place to unwind and enjoy nature during studies.


Mature Aged Students Club

During Session 2 there will be fortnightly meetups from 11:30am on Thursdays at the Deck & Lounge starting from the 8th July.


The Mature Age Students Club is a venue where students can meet socially. We will have meetings with invited speakers. These meetings will address topics particularly relevant to the needs of Mature students, for example: accommodation, or health issues. We will auspice times and places where Mature students can meet socially.

lis christian students long.png

Lismore SCU Christian Students Club

Due to the current Covid restrictions, the Christian Club events will be cancelled until further notice.

Join our weekly meetup with free food* supplied every Wednesday in the Plaza from 6:30pm!
*Please be advised LEXSA is taking precautions regarding Covid.

We are Lismore SCU Christian students and as a group we exist to build a strong community together as believers in Christ. We gather to encourage each other in our faith, and to create a space for others to come and learn about Christianity and to give people the opportunity to know Jesus.


Student Bouldering Wall

Due to the current Covid restrictions, the Bouldering Wall will be closed until further notice.


Come climbing and get fit, build muscle, improve flexibility and have fun! Located on the Lismore campus underneath the School Locker.

Due to the Covid situation, we've had to introduce a few new rules and covid safe measures that will be displayed and maintained by the wonderful moderators. Click on the link below for more information.

Image by Josh Rocklage

SCU Frisbee Club

Due to the current Covid restrictions, the Frisbee Club events will be cancelled until further notice.

Come throw a disc every Wednesday from 4:30pm on the SCU Oval in front of the Deck & Lounge during Sessions.


You can learn a variety of throwing techniques and also have the opportunity to be involved in tournaments.


SCU Chess Club

Due to the current Covid restrictions, the Chess Club events will be cancelled until further notice.

Come along to the Plaza from 12-2pm on Wednesdays to play a casual game of chess!


See our list of other board games also available below!


SOMA - Lismore 

We are the 'Student Osteopathic Medicine Association' at the Southern Cross University Lismore campus.


Our aim is to create a supportive community for osteopathy student to engage within. We provide social events which give students of all five year levels a chance to interact and socialize in a relaxed setting. We organize educational events such as workshops as well as guest speakers from around the country. 


Engineering Society

The main purpose of the Southern Cross University Engineering Society is to assist students in developing their careers in engineering as well as organizing outings & events designed to promote professional and social networking.


QSCU Society

QueerSCU Society promotes inclusivity, respect and awareness of gender diversity on the Lismore campus of Southern Cross University.


We are a collective of students, staff and academics who aim to create like minded peer support and connection.

scu muslim soc.jpg

Muslim Student's Society

The Muslim Students Society supports faith by fulfilling the religious, educational and social needs of Muslim students at Southern Cross University. We help Muslim students maintain their Islamic identity on campus by providing a space for prayer, networking, promoting religious understanding among all students.

international social club.jpg

International Social  Club

The International Student Social Club is a place where domestic and international students can get together and learn more about each other's culture. We host a variety of social events throughout the year designed to make it easier for international  students to make friends, stay connected, receive peer support, engaged with the university, break down language barriers and most of all, have fun!

We're currently looking for a student to run this club! Get in contact if you're interested!

bottom of page