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There are a number of student clubs and registered societies catering to specific interests and professional development, such as wine appreciation, fishing, mixed martial arts, public speaking and debating. The Special Interest & Community Service Sodality (SICS) represents and advises this group of special interest clubs by inculcating a deeper sense of belonging and fostering closer ties among the SICS clubs through joint club activities.
More about SICS at https://www.facebook.com/sics.smu/.
There are another seven self-governing clubs that belong under the Registry of Societies of Singapore. These registered societies promote certain interests and faiths within the SMU student community. SMU supports the activities of these registered societies and permits the use of 'SMU' in their names, but they are not a part of the legal entity of SMU and are thus unable to represent or make any representations on SMU's behalf. Their views and activities are the sole responsibility of the respective registered societies and their members.
Download a list of all the clubs and societies [PDF, 119KB].
Last updated on 3 Nov 2017.