MUSA (your Students’ Association) and Sport and Recreation Services are very supportive of clubs, and the two organisations provide facilities, run workshops, offer funding and give advice and support whenever a club may need it.

Whether it’s participating in the Uni Games, writing a play for the Festival of. New Arts, hosting a workshop, learning a new sport or exhibiting your photos during Student City Arts Week; Clubs and Societies are the way to kick start the fun and experience university life to the full!

There are a huge number of clubs and societies to get involved in, covering a diverse range of. interests whether sporting, spiritual, cultural and artistic, or political. Jump right in, and see just how crazy your social life can get!

Clubs Day is the best way to find any Massey club; its always the first Wednesday of. each new semester on concourse and is an awesome opportunity to see the huge variety of. clubs and societies that we have at our campus. Those who are planning to play a competitive sport for Massey will definitely need to come along to Clubs Day to sign-up, as trials start the following weekend.

If due to some natural disaster you can’t make it, clubs can be tracked down through:

Clubs Development Officer

MUSA Website or Reception

Recreation Centre Website or Reception.