Clubs and student groups


To sign up for a club on campus, sign-up sheets are located in the Hangar Cafe or as at the office. Also please email wsa@wsawodonga.com.au to ensure you get on the email mailing lists, stating the clubs you are interested in. To get ongoing club info, get on Facebook, search for Wodonga Student Association, and select “like” or watch this webpage. For further information about clubs on campus or sporting groups ask at the WSA office or the Hangar cafe, or email wsa@wsawodonga.com.au or jmathey@wsawodonga.com.au To start a club, contact the Student Association

Club options on the Albury-Wodonga Campus


Study Area Clubs (SACs)


  • Business Club
  • Health Science Club
  • Psychology Club
  • Education Club
  • Humanities Club
  • DEME Club

Contact the student association if you’re interested in getting involved.

AWAIRH (Albury Wodonga Allies in Rural Health)


This club is now affiliated with MARHS (Multidisciplinary Albury Rural Health Society) which links with CSU students.

La Trobe Annual Ball


If you are interested in organising an annual ball, please contact Wodonga Student Association

UBS - University Bible Studies


UBS is a student club that gives people the chance to find out more about the most influential man who ever lived - Jesus Christ. UBS helps students look into the facts about Jesus for themselves, as well as laying strong Christian foundations and connecting Christians on campus.

Community sporting groups


Find out about a range of local sporting organisations or teams, or sign up for sporting groups at the Hangar. Email Jo Mathey at jmathey@wsawodonga.com.au

Sport in the community includes netball, basketball, soccer, AFL, hockey, and others

Veggie Garden


There is a veggie garden on campus for use by interested staff and students. It can be accessed through the veggie garden group.

LTU Cheerleading Wodonga


Cheerleading is a fast-paced, dynamic sport that encompasses stunts, tumbling, tosses and dance. It was formed on the Albury-Wodonga campus in semester 2, 2014. This club links with the LTUDSC at Bundoora. Participants train weekly to participate in state and national competitions.

Relay for Life - La Trobe Team


Relay for Life is held annually, alternating between Albury and Wodonga venues. This club is an opportunity for La Trobe students to participate in this community fund-raising event with other La Trobe students and their friends.

Weekly student sports competition vs CSU and UNSW


Netball - This student netball competition is played at JC King Park in Albury. It starts in March and runs weekly for several months.

Touch Football - This is a winter competition played weekly in Albury.

Mature Age Club


This provides an opportunity for mature age students to meet with other students on campus, both within and outside of their course. In the orientation programme at the beginning of the academic year, there is a session for mature age students. This is the first opportunity for mature age students to meet one another. Contact Wodonga Student Association for more information.

‘International Connect Club’ at AW campus - for all students


For both local and international students at AW campus, if you’re interested in joining this club, please see Facebook - https://www.facebook.gom/groups/LTISC/

Connect with other students both local and international, learn about international culture and issues, and enjoy activities and outings while making friends, connecting and engaging with others in the community.

Enjoy a variety of activities funded by the club, for the benefit of both local and international students at AW campus!

For local students, this is a great first step to travelling overseas! Gain knowledge before you go, and assist international students here to connect and make friends. This would also add value to your resume when you’re looking for employment - ‘international exposure’!

If you’re interested in becoming a member of the club, or being involved as a committee member, or want to take on a role within the committee, please make contact through Facebook, or email iso.aw@latrobe.edu.au and the ‘International Student Services Coordinator’ at La Trobe will put you in contact with members.

We are currently looking to fill roles of club President, Vice-President and Secretary.