The UTS Students' Association (UTSSA) is home to a number of PERC clubs. These are Political, Educational, Cultural or Religious clubs or societies. Everyone UTS student is welcome to join or form a club!

PERC clubs are not a department or service of the UTSSA, nor do they express opinions or views on behalf of the UTSSA. These clubs or societies have become affiliated with our organisation, which requires approval by the Students' Representative Council. Once PERC clubs are affiliated to the UTSSA, they can make use of the facilities and resources of the UTSSA.

Please explore the affiliated PERC clubs to see if you are interested in joining. Clubs which are currently affiliated as of August 2015 include:

Amnesty UTS - Contact: Convenor - Ruby Wawn
Activists on campus, part of a global movement of more than 3 million people in 150 countries committed to defending human rights

RU4MyChoice? - Contact: President - Drew Henderson
A pro-choice group based at UTS, concerned with students' reproductive rights

UTS Atheists' Society - Contacts: President - Kate Alway and Secretary - Tyler Hill

UTS Labor Students (UTSLS) - Contact: President - Ella Bickley

UTSLS is an on campus body for labor students fighting for causes such as same sex marriage, free higher education, and the humane treatment of refugees.

UTS International Students Net-Working - Contacts: President - Jun Lei (Jim) and Secretary - Guang Yang

UTS African Students' Association - Contacts: President - Eguavon Eguaibor and Secretary - Tapiwa Bengura
This club is a platform where students non-students from any background can interact, socialise, and celebrate African Culture at UTS.

Want to make a new PERC Club or Society?

All you need is 4 or more UTS Students to form a club or society that can affiliate with the Students’ Association. Clubs affiliate to use our facilities and resources, such as meeting rooms and advertising boards.

How to Affiliate a PERC Club with the Students’ Association:

  1. Complete a “Club Affiliation Application Pack” either by emailing, or visiting our office
  2. Have your FIRST MEETING and take notes (minutes)
  3. Submit your application to  including:
  1. Constitution
  2. Minutes of the first meeting
  3. Member details

The application is reviewed by the President or Student Representative Council (SRC). Once approved you will receive an email confirming your affiliation.