Organised clubs and interest groups provide opportunity in a wide range of sporting, cultural and community service activities. These groups operate throughout the year and always have active student participation. It’s another way to add to your Avondale experience.
Avondale Student Association (ASA)
ASA exists as a student representative committee that allows the entire student body to have input into the running of everyday life at Avondale. ASA is made up of student leaders from a wide range of areas, who are responsible for ensuring your time at Avondale is as memorable as possible.
ASA produces Jacaranda
, the yearbook of Avondale. It welcomes contributions from students with abilities and interests in creative writing, journalism, marketing and photography. An editorial team appointed by Avondale’s Student Services Office produces Jacaranda
ASA publishes Orana
, the photo book of Avondale. The Jacaranda
editorial team produces Orana
ASA publishes The Voice
, the student magazine of Avondale. It welcomes contributions from students with abilities and interests in creative writing, journalism, marketing and photography. An editorial team appointed by Avondale’s Student Services Office publishes at least six issues of The Voice
during the academic year. Follow The Voice
Avondale Nursing Student Association (ANSA)
ANSA exists as a student representative committee for the Sydney Campus that allows the student body to have input into the running of student life.
Social Activities Committee (SAC)
Want to socialise? Then let SAC be your guide. This group of students assists in organising events that allow students to interact and socialise on campus
Student Associated Ministries (SAM)
SAM lives and breathes to serve God and is driven to encourage others to do likewise. SAM runs events such as Festival of Faith, The Prayer Walk, Tuesday Night Worship and the Elevation 24-7 Prayer Week. It is a vibrant group of passionate believers.