Important COVID-19 notice

All student club acitivties and drop-in sports are cancelled until further notice.

We encourage you all to stay connected online. Kia kaha! Be strong!

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Sports clubs (click to expand)


Calling all badminton enthusiasts! Come and join us for a game! FREE to all Unitec Students every Wednesday from 12pm-1pm of Semester 1, 2020 in the Sports Centre. Be sure to join the Badminton Facebook group too, for regular updates.


FREE weekly sessions every Thursday 4pm - 5pm at the Sports Centre. Whether it's competitive, social or you just want to give basketball a go, come for a jam!


FREE weekly sessions every Friday 4:30pm - 5:30pm on the Sports Fields next to the old Pumphouse and Building 28. All levels of skill are welcome to join. You can connect and become a part of the Football Facebook group.


Want to see more of New Zealand? Have a keen sense of adventure? Itching to learn more about our natural world?
Then join the Unitec Tramping Club!Whether you're already an experienced mountaineer, or always wanted to give tramping a go, come and get amongst fellow students and staff who are interested in our environment, taking on new challenges and finding a great view.
A variety of excursions will take place, from short day walks to multi-day tramps and camping trips. We also meet up regularly to learn skills like map reading, compass and GPS use, plant/animal identification, and review outdoor gear. Join us on Facebook or send us an email for more information.


The Squash Centre offers a fun and enjoyable experience to learn and play this fast and exciting sport. For only $9.00 for a 45 minutes session, gather up your mates and make a booking at or call 815-8602.


If you're interested in starting up a volleyball club, contact our Clubs and Sports Co-ordinator.

Lifestyle and interests (click to expand)


The Ally Network is made up of diverse staff and students, working together to build a more inclusive environment for diverse sexualities and genders at Unitec. To be part of this movement email the Ally Network team.


The Connect: Christians at Unitec club is a group of students who meet every Wednesday between 12pm to 1pm. Come along to the Multifaith Chaplaincy Centre (Building 159, Mt Albert campus) for some fun times as we read the bible and discuss interesting topics together. See you there! Visit our Facebook page for more details.


Eco-Reps are a group of staff and students who are interested in going Green at Unitec. We make a difference, lead by example, promote environmentally responsible fun on campus and help implement Unitec's Environmental Sustainability Strategy. Connect with Green My Unitec on Facebook for more information.


Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA) Student Groups (ISGs) encourages education beyond the classroom by enabling computing students (with a focus on cybersecurity in particular) to connect, network and learn from a supportive group of professionals and each other. We have monthly group meetings and events where a specific topic will be covered by industry experts. You can learn more about ISACA here, connect with us on Facebook, or contact Katherine McConnell for more information.


The Stands Up for Campus Safety club is a student initiative which provides a team of Student Safety Support Advocates, across both campuses. Our advocates offer support to those students that are experiencing bullying, harassment, or any other issues that affect students studies while at Unitec. We're a diverse team with empathetic personalities, whose number one kaupapa is ‘respect and confidentiality’. We’ll walk alongside you on your journey and be the connector to the Student Support Services available to you. Connect with us on Facebook!


The built environment is a major contributor to New Zealand's greenhouse gas emissions. The aim of this group is to bring together passionate students, across all schools within Unitec, who are interested about solving this problem. How can we build cities that we are proud of? Cities that don't pollute our air, and not ecologically damaging?

If your interested in bringing about change in the industry, connect with us. We'll discuss issues, share ideas, as we look for solutions. For more information contact Luke Bailey.

Cultural groups (click to expand)


This group is an all inclusive group for Africans on campus (both Mt Albert & Waitākere) which provides a platform for us to share our journey, experiences and support both academic and social connection for Africans. This is an opportunity to be unified as Africans and learn from each other, grow and represent our unique cultural identities around campus. For more information contact Nikki Makamba or connect with us on Facebook.


The Unitec Chinese Student Association (UCSA) is here to serve and support Chinese students to establish a link between students, Unitec, and the community. We welcome Chinese students or anyone who is interested in Chinese culture to join our association. UCSA regularly carries out various activities. For more information, find us on WeChat official account at UNITEC_UCSA or like us on Facebook.


The Unitec Muslims club was established for both students and staff at Unitec. It aims to:

  • Advocate for Muslims at Unitec
  • Create a support network for Muslim staff and students that fosters inclusivity and engagement
  • Increase awareness of the Muslim community at Unitec
  • Strengthen the club’s relationship within Unitec and its wider community

Contact Mohammad Sarker (staff) orNorasieh Md Amin (staff) for more information.


INZEA United helps connect all Unitec students through Indian Culture with a focus on music, dance and adventure activities. We aim to make your experience an experience of a lifetime!  "Changing a new experience into a great experience" is the motto of our club. For more information email Deepika or follow us on Instagram at inzea_united.


Mātātupu aims to support Māori Students at Unitec through providing a safe environment where tikanga Māori is embraced and celebrated. We teach Māori practices to ensure rich Māori identity is developed and sustained through student engagement, experience and success. We hold meetings at Te Noho Kotahitanga Marae where students participate in Kapa Haka, sports, social events and more. Join us on Facebook to keep up to date or for more information contact Mereana Kiore. Mauri Ora!

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If you're thinking about creating your own club, running an event or activity, then take a look at our clubs and sports handbook below or contact us for more information.

Clubs and Sports Handbook (PDF, 521 MB) »

Drop-in sport 2020

Some sports clubs offer weekly drop-in sessions during the semester. These sessions are free to all students and are open to all skill levels. See the schedule below for when and where.

Drop-in sport schedule

For sports played at the Sports Centre equipment is provided, please ask at the front desk if you need it.

Day Sport Time Location
Wednesdays Badminton 12pm - 1pm Sports Centre
Thursdays Basketball 4pm - 5pm Sports Centre
Fridays Football 4.30pm - Sports Field

Please note that no sports are played during the semester breaks or public holidays. 

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