One of the most important aspects of the clubs and societies is the students who run them, because without these keen volunteers the clubs and societies would not exist. You too could find yourself helping to run a club or society.
No experience is necessary, just a willingness to lend a hand and get involved. Don’t worry, you’ll have lots of support from the CSA and you’ll make some great new friends along the way.
Follow the links below or contact the CSA office on ext 4095 for up-to-the-minute contact information
Organisations on or around campus
Maybe your interest isn’t represented in CSA Clubs and Societies but is available in the local area.
Milton Keynes Sub Aqua Club
Are you a SCUBA diver or want to become one, fancy exploring wrecks and reefs of the underwater world, or would simply like to progress your diver training; why not join your local Sub Aqua Club, an active club with own lake, boat, dive trips and social events throughout the year.
We can teach you to dive, or if you are already certified you can dive with us right away. Great Britain has some of the best diving in the world – come see what we have got!
To find out more visit the Milton Keynes Sub Aqua Club – https://www.mksac.co.uk/join-mksac, or come along to our clubhouse on a Tuesday evening.
Viking Kayak Club
An active, friendly club for canoeists and kayakers of all ages, abilities and backgrounds. We do all types of paddling, both recreational and sporting from gentle river trips, playboating & white water, sea & surf, competing in Slalom, Marathon or Polo, or just having fun on the water.
Big Rock Climbing based at Kingston, Milton Keynes (near Tesco)