Frequently Asked Questions

We understand that you may have a few questions when thinking about joining a Club or Society, below you will find answers to some of the most common questions that we get asked.

How do I join a club or society?

Go to the "Clubs" or "Societies" page, click on "join a club/society" and choose the club that your interested in from the list displayed. Once on the club/society page, click the "Join this club/society" tab which will display a list of memberships that are currently available. That's it! Your membership is now in your basket, all thats left to do is checkout and contact the Exec of your chosen club/society using the contact information provided on the page to let them know that you want to join.

Can I get more info than what's on their web page?

Yes - The contact details for the Exec's will be on the "Contact Us" tab found on the club/society that your interested in. The Exec's will be more than happy to provided you with any addition information that you require. Lots of them have Facebook groups that you can join.

Can I join more than one club or society?

Yes - though you will have to manage your time carefully. With sports for example it will be very difficult to play both football and rugby! You can be part of both clibs if you wish, but only play one socially as fixtures are all on at the same time. With other clubs and societies like Gaming, Taekwon-Do or Conservation you can be part of multiple groups without issue.

Can I get a refund if I decide it's not for me?

Yes - Each club will set out the refund schedule in their constitution. Check this for more information. You can try everything for free, and the refund process is simple and easy.

Do I have to join a club or society?

No - You don't have to sign up, but there are lots of great groups on offer and you can always start your own.

I want to play a sport but just for fun, can I do that?

Yes - We have plenty of opportunities to play all kinds of sports socially with the support of the University and SU without having to compete.

Can I start a new club or society?

Yes - visit our Creating a Club or Society page for more information.