Activate your Student Life Active Pass
Your ticket to recreation, fitness and sport at the University of Melbourne!
We're excited to welcome students onto campus and have a heap of fun and exciting activities for you to get involved in. Activating your pass will get you:
- 21-DAYS FREE access to the gym, pool, group fitness and court hire
- Direct contact with our sporting clubs to find out about Come and Try sessions and more
- Updates about our fun weekly events, activities and giveaways
- Details on exciting trips and tours
- Information on social sporting competitions and games
- Special offers and prizes for students throughout the year
Click the button below and complete the form to activate your pass to start your journey with us.
Events and Activities Schedule
See what's on this week; from club come and try activities, to pop-up events and activities around campus; we've got you covered.
- Every Monday – Free Student Gym, Lincoln Square Fitness, 12-2pm
- Every Wednesday – Free Women's Only gym session, Lincoln Square Fitness, 2-4pm
- Every Friday – Free Women's Only gym session, Lincoln Square Fitness, 10am-12pm
- Every Friday – Free Queer Friendly gym session, Lincoln Square Fitness, 5-7pm
Find out more about our programs
Are you located on a campus other than Parkville? Sport is an important part of the Melbourne student experience and provides numerous opportunities for students studying regionally, via rural health rotations or at other non-parkville campuses.
For lovers of snow sports and fresh mountain air, the Melbourne University Alpine Lodge at Mt Buller is a 40-bed, share facility available for hire during the ski season.
Campus Sport is a fun, social, organised lunchtime sporting competition for the entire University Community. Games are for players of all abilities and include matches in Futsal, Netball, Basketball, Volleyball and Touch 7’s.
The University has a range of stadiums, indoor and outdoor courts, which are available for hire at reduced student rates. Play a match of tennis, squash, badminton, basketball, netball or futsal with your friends in a spare hour.
Our sporting clubs provide competitive, instructional and recreational opportunities for students, staff, alumni and the greater University community. With 43 clubs we have something to suit all levels of interest and ability.
We provide the University community with conveniently located high-quality fitness facilities at the Beaurepaire Centre, Nona Lee Sports Centre, and Lincoln Square Fitness. Our friendly staff offer guidance and support to help you achieve your fitness goals. Find out more at the links below:
Make intervarsity sport part of your University of Melbourne experience, either as a spectator or as a competitor as our University sporting teams take on other universities, both on campus, around Australia and internationally.
University of Melbourne Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students are invited to take part in Moondani Yalingwa, a program designed to help students get fit, make friends and have fun.
We believe that all people have the right to enjoy sport, fitness and recreation, and participate as their most authentic self. To support this, MU Sport proudly has a zero-tolerance of homophobia, biphobia and transphobia. We also invite people to participate in our sports as it best reflects their gender identity.
The Strong Women Program promotes the meaningful inclusion of women students across all levels of sport and active recreation at – as participants, athletes, managers, leaders, coaches, umpires, and volunteers.
Join in the fun with friends at the organised evening Netball matches. Whether you have played before or want to try something new, be social and get involved on campus.
The Water Safety Program is a FREE aquatics education initiative available to students who have not previously had the opportunity to learn to swim, lack water confidence, or would like to develop survival and basic formal swimming stroke knowledge and technique.