Social Sport on Campus
Social Sport and Fitness timetable
A major part of not trying new activities or getting involved in sport is the fear of being judged, or not being fit enough to start. At RMIT we want to get women moving in a safe, inclusive and fun way.
As part of our Social Sport Program we are providing the women of RMIT free opportunities throughout the semester to do just that. No matter your skill level or experience, we’re encouraging you to give it a go #becauseshecan.
Inspired by the #ThisGirlCan - Victoria campaign we want the women of RMIT to embrace physical activity in a way that suits them.
We also offer a range of pop-up events across all of our campuses, such as Futsal, Cricket and Basketball Tournaments and Competitions, Come and Try Sports Activities Days, as well as community events such as the Melbourne Marathon. These events are more structured and you'll need to register for these competitions and events in advance.
Inclusive Social Sport
Whatever sport you want to try, whatever your needs, please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do the research for you and put you in contact with the right organisation.
RMIT Sport emphasises an inclusive and accessible environment for all of our sports programs and events, working closely with Equitable Learning Services to provide sport and recreational opportunities for all students.
Social Sport Community
Join more than 2000 members in our social sport community group on Facebook for the latest updates, events and other sporting opportunities.
Don't forget to say hello to our moderator Jason!
Find our Facebook Group Page here.