Active at over 6 university campuses across Australia and with hundreds of Afro-Australian students currently enrolled at university, AASO is a crucial link connecting African students on campus, and with their peers at other universities.
The University of Melbourne
Representing all African culture on campus, whether you are from Sudan or South Africa, Togo or Tanzania, African Club - "Afrika" is for all.
Everyone interested in having a good time and enjoying African Culture is welcome, including non Africans! Whether that be the food (from delicious braiis to east african pilau) the music (kwaito, reggae, bongo flava, west africa, it goes on), the people and the friendly atmosphere - we have it all
Monash University does not currently have an African club but that does not need to be the case!
Contact if you are interested in establishing an AASO branch or affiliate student body.
The Afro Society of Victoria University was established in 2015 at Footscray Park. Their aim is to provide and build a strong social atmosphere for African Australian students that showcases and embraces our rich cultural heritage.
La Trobe University
A Look Into Africa Society (ALIAS) is a society designed to enlighten interested individuals about African culture and traditions.
African Country nights
RMIT African Student Association has been in existence since 2009. With one of the largest African student populations in Victoria, RASA aims to support the cultural and social needs of all African students of campus