At Univ, there are many student societies run for members of the college to fulfil many different potential interests. If you have an interest in joining any of these societies, you can get in touch with the listed contact for the society of interest and find out how you can get involved. Please note that these are only the college societies. There are many more accessible to all university members that can be found here
The 1979 Society runs to support and empower all women and non-binary students at Univ. We aim to create a feminist community that all students are welcome to, through events ranging from film nights to discussion panels and visits to local businesses.
A small society for anyone who fancies a bit of baking and some free cake. Open to everyone (from all colleges) but is Univ-based. Feel free to join the group and sign up to any upcoming events!
The Univ CU aims to hold events in college discussing Christianity and ethics from a Christian perspective, as well as holding weekly Bible studies for existing CU members
The Corallian Society is one formed for those studying Earth Sciences and related courses at University College, new Earth Science undergraduates are automatically a part of the society. We meet a few times a year for events such as bottle count and the Corallian Dinner, a formal in honour of the society.
The Eldon Society is the society for Law students at Univ. We organise events ranging from law firm presentations and networking dinners, to advice sessions and pizza parties. Ultimately, we aim to support the study of Law at Univ, and to create a community that all Univ lawyers can feel a part of and welcome in.
The University College Board Games Society is a group of intelligent and sociable students dedicated to playing, participating in, and otherwise experiencing board games of every variety and type. We are led by Maeve the Great Leader and her illustrious and beautiful henchman Kirby. We carry on the memory of Bob the God and Founder of Board Games.
Univ's poker society meets weekly for no stakes, casual games of texas holdem poker. Drop by the JCR on Monday evenings from 7:30 to join in. There's no need for any experience at poker, as the regulars and I are all more than happy to each you the game
A political discussion group dedicated to introducing and debating Marxist political theory, classic and modern, for members of Univ. All levels of knowledge and a range of political views welcome, whether you're a studied Leninist or the reincarnation of Joseph McCarthy. SocSoc for short. Flagship discussions every week in term, socials as announced.