The USASA team and their clubs have gathered once again to host their annual Club Awards night, which is held to commend only the most arduous and devoted of their clubs.
The University of South Australia Student Association’s club community consists of over 90 diverse groups and holds up to 1000 events throughout the year—making the award ceremony much deserved.
The UniSA Art Club claimed the Club of the Year title, following a sturdy acknowledgement of their rich engagement with the university’s campuses and students.
The Art Club was also presented with the Janet Henrie Golden Calculator Award for a year of excellent financial management.
Meanwhile, the Women in STEM Club were the well-deserving recipients of the People’s Choice Club, being greatly recognised across campuses and the university community.
In accompaniment, the Women in STEM Club also received Club Event of the Year and the Miscellaneous Award, which changes every year—this year, it was the Break the Internet Award.
The New Club of the Year was acquired by ChatBox for an outstanding performance concerning their goals and raising the bar, irrespective of being new in the game.
The accolade of Club Executive of the Year went to Emily Cicconi, a studious young woman who represented the UniSA Human Resource Management Club.
The Best Club Merchandise Award, which focused on the creativity to develop or fundraise, went to UniSA Speech Pathology Society, who delivered with their IPA jumpers.
Among other awards, the Best Marketing Campaign was allocated to the Tourism and Event Management Club, alongside Best collaborative initiative, which they received in association with the UniSA Marketing Club for their Welcome Back Party.
Clubs are an invigorating element of university life, and with grand variety at foot, there is almost always an avenue of enrichment for every student seeking a stimulating and wholistic university experience.