We’re a bunch of students who enjoy what our name suggests – reading the Bible and fellowshipping together. We are an inter-denominational group who are keen to make Jesus known on campus. We love to hang out and Fremantle provides ample opportunities to do that – at cafes, in the park, or at the beach. If you’d love to join us, we run Bible studies during the week, Campus Time where we hear from God’s word, and Deep and Meaningful where we discuss the complex issues of life surrounding philosophy, ethics, and theology.
NDA Labor is committed to building the labour movement at Notre Dame University, promoting political involvement and active citizenship among the student population.NDA Labor meets regularly to share and discuss ideas about social justice, social democracy, unionism, progressive politics and a diverse Australia.
Notre Dame Liberal Club
ND Liberals is the voice of all Liberal - liberal, libertarian, and conservative - students on campus. Our aim is to share the vision of the Liberal Party through meetings and events and encourage engagement with the values and structure of the Liberal Party.
We strive for individual freedom and free enterprise and are committed to promoting these ideals on campus.
The language of good journalism represents truth, investigation, verification, stories, public interest and good governance. This is Newsspeak. A student club aiming to help journalism students make the most of their uni experience. Tell stories, be brave, be creative, be a community.
Performing Arts Association of Notre Dame Australia (PAANDA)
PAANDA gives students of all ages and all interests a chance to get involved in all aspects of the performing arts. Each semester will see a new production brought to the stage and other activities will be run throughout the year. In 2016 PAANDA produced their rendition of Macbeth by William Shakespeare, along with The Vortex by Noel Coward.
The Notre Dame Red Cross Club and it’s members work together with the Australian Red Cross to fundraise for appeals and special events. In 2017 we were able to hold events on campus to fundraise for the East Africa Food Crisis and the Big Cake Bake, and took a group of members to the local blood bank who volunteered to donate blood.
The Halls of the University of Notre Dame Australia (THUNDA)
We are founded upon the ideals of being a voice to elevate community involvement and and to build relationships with residential students through participation and enjoyment, as well as to promote community spirit. We hope to make residents' experience at the university more valuable and memorable.
Teach, Learn, Grow (TLG)
Teach Learn Grow is a student-led group focused on bridging the gap in rural education through one on one tutoring. The club aims to advertise TLG rural programs and other incredible work that TLG does and get as many Notre Dame students involved as possible!
Young Christian Workers (YCW)
Young Christian Workers is a student-run faith club whose mission is to allow students to connect deeper with their faith and create change within the world whilst learning valuable leadership skills within the methodology of the Young Christian Workers movement.
The Young Soroptomist's is a Notre Dame student club that has launched in Semester 2 2016! We aim to raise awareness about gender inequality by starting a conversation around uni about the issues that will inevitably affect all of us. We are affiliated with Soroptomist International which is a global movement that is changing the lives of women and girls around the world.
The name Soroptomist was coined from the Latin soror meaning sister, and optima meaning best. Soroptomist is perhaps best interpreted as 'the best for women'. Our group is open to anyone who believes in gender equality. Whether you would like to learn more about issues or start advocating for changes in our society, this group is for you!