Climate Action Collective (Southbank campus)
Climate Action Collective is a fortnightly meeting that brings together students of Southbank to discuss the importance of climate action and ways which students can come together and take action.
New members are always welcome and all are encouraged to attend – now more than ever we need all to come together to take action on climate change.
We acknowledge that this collective takes place on the land of the Boonwurrung Peoples of the Kulin Nation. Sovereignty was never ceded. This always was and always will be Aboriginal Land.
12-2pm. On every second Thursday in Semester 1, starting 12 March.
UMSU Space, Level 2, The Hub Building (863), Southbank
Life at Southbank can get pretty stressful. It is perfectly normal for the long days and tough assessments to take their toll. University is about more than that though, it’s about making friends and knowing that there is a community that has your back.
Union Social is a fortnightly social event for students of Southbank campus who want a space to be social, blow off some steam, and grab some free food. The event is hosted at the UMSU Space on Level 2 of The Hub Building (863), above the Library. During Semester 1, Union Social will be hosted on Thursdays during odd weeks from 5.30-8pm. Dates for Semester 1 are:
- March 5th 2020, 5.30-8pm (week 1)
- March 19th 2020, 5.30-8pm (week 3)
- April 2nd 2020, 5.30-8pm (week 5)
- April 23rd 2020, 5.30-8pm (week 7)
- May 7th 2020, 5.30-8pm (week 9)
- May 21st 2020, 5.30-8pm (week 11)
Bring yourself and you can expect some free pizza (vegan and gluten free options available) and some board games facilitated by Melbourne based play-making collective, PlayReactive.
This event is a wheelchair accessible event.
This is the start of something big.
UMSU Southbank presents: FUN: Southbank Welcome Drinks
If you’re fresh into the VCA or MCM, welcome! If you’re returning, welcome back!
We know Orientation week can be daunting: a bombardment of information, a plethora of new systems to get your head around, dozens of decisions to be made and a future to be had! This is the start of something big.
Join us, your student union, at Script Bar on February 27th from 5.30pm in adding a little bit of fun to the week. FUN is an opportunity to take the pressure off, let your hair down, figure out what we’re about, and meet new mates. Above all, it’ll be a bit of fun.
This event follows Welcome Day on February 27th from 5.30pm. Booking a ticket in advance is absolutely essential (due to venue capacity). After you have booked a ticket, flash your student card at the door on the night and you can expect a drink on us, some food and some good times!
Terms of entry:
Licensed event | +18 ID required to acquire any alcoholic beverages UMSU is committed to promoting safe and responsible service of alcohol.
Production Gala this year will be hosted at La Di Da as we farewell the graduating 3rd years.
UMSU Southbank is holding a social dinner for students, staff and organisations from around campus to enjoy food, play fun board games and network across our community.
The UMSU Space, located at level 2 of The Hub/Library, is a room open to all students for use, be it to study, hang out with friends, or talk to your union representatives. Various resources can be accessed including food, tea/coffee, hygiene and sexual health products, student publications and information about UMSU’s services.
This event is wheelchair accessible. Catering is inclusive of vegan, GF and halal diets. Please contact UMSU Southbank if you have any requirements.
The UMSU Queer Department is continuing our collective down at Unimelb’s Southbank campus!
It’s an amazing space to meet other LGBTIQ+ students at Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) and Melbourne Conservatorium of Music! It’ll be a sweet hangout over free food, that we hope will blossom in a cute little queer community.
Come for Free Food and Free Art, stay for the Free Friends!
See you there ~
The UMSU Queer Department acknowledges that this event is taking place on the land of the Boonwurrung people of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present, and future and acknowledge that this land was stolen and sovereignty was never ceded.
Production Society is a hosting an event for students to bring in their best homemade jams while also singing their little hearts for prizes in the Ida Bar.