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Student Organisations and Fifth Row

Fifth Row

Co-curricular activities, also known as Fifth Row activities in SUTD are an important aspect of the holistic education of our students. From the start, we have strived to provide students with opportunities to develop holistically, to their fullest potential, and to promote campus vibrancy. 

One of these platforms is the support and guidance we provide to all the SUTD Clubs and Interest Groups. There are over 80 student groups on campus, ranging from the arts, sports and special interests. 

Find out more about past Fifth Row activities.

Ballroom Dancing Club
Photographic Circle  
Bands Club   
Productions Club      
Chamber Ensemble
Scratch! Club
Chinese Orchestra    
Sketchers Interest Group
Dance DerivativeZ Club
SUTDio Club  
Drama Club         
Taal Indian Dance Club
FUNKtion Club
Vocomotives Club
Guitar Club
Wind Ensemble
Modern Visual Media Circle
Ambassadors Club
Grub Club
Astronomers Interest Group
Marketwatch Club
Changi Coffee Corner Interest Group
Mindsports Club
Civil Defence Lionhearter Club
People Protecting Animal Lives Interest Group
E-Sports Club
Rotaract Club
Greenprint Club
Uni-Y Club
Chinese Culture Club
Namaste Indian Cultural Interest Group
Indonesian Cultural Club (PADI)
NihonGo! Club
Korean Language Enrichment Club
Digital Design and Development Club (3DC)
Mechanical Designer Club
Energy Club 
Multi-Rotor Club
EV Club
SUTD AISG Student Chapter
Gunpla Club
SUTD Organisation of Autonomous Robotics (SOAR)
IEEE SUTD Student Branch
SUTD Students for the Exploration and Development of Space Interest Group
IES SUTD Student Branch
SUTD Swift Coding Interest Group
Makerspace Club
APEX Club (Outdoor Adventure)
Judo Club
Archery Club
Karate Club
Athletics Club
Mountaineering Club
Badminton Club
Muay Thai Club
Basketball Club
Rugby Club
Bowling​ Club
Squash Club
Boxing Club
Systema Club (Russian Martial Art)
Climbers Club
Table Tennis Club
Cricket Interest Group
Taekwondo Club
Cuesports Club
Tchoukball Club
Cycling Interest Group
Tennis Club
Diving Club
Ultimate Club (Frisbee)
Floorball Club
Vertex Club (Cheerleading)
Football Club
Volleyball Club
Go Club
Yoga x Fitness Club

Student Government

The Student Government serves you and upholds your interests. Our members act as welfare custodians, bringing students, staff and faculty together through effective communication. We are the catalyst for Student Initiatives, encouraging spontaneity and breaking convention. We also work hand-in-hand with all the student clubs to promote the growth of the students as well as the development of their ideas and passion.

To foster strong synergy amongst the deeply diverse groups, the student clubs are categorised into five clusters led by cluster representatives. The clusters are arts, culture, community, makers and sports.

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Student Organisation

Student Organisation Handbook

The Student Organisation Handbook outlines the general guidelines for organising activities and events. For more information please refer to the handbook here.

Any student organisation that wishes to organise an event/activity will have to submit the Event Proposal Form (EPF). For more information please refer to the EPF here

Student Organisation Finance Guidelines

The Student Organisation Finance Guidelines provide the procedures that all clubs are to adhere to in order to ensure appropriate financial governance. All clubs are to be familiar with the processes and guidelines mentioned in the document. For more information please refer to the guidelines here.

Student Groups

Besides the above student clubs managed by the Office of Student Life together with the Student Government, there are also other Fifth Row groups managed independently by the various departments such as: