Clubs and societies
Whether you’ve been doing it for years or feel like trying something new, there are an enormous variety of opportunities where you can get involved, make new friends, have fun and be part of the student community. These include:
King's College London Students' Union (KCLSU) provides both financial and logistical support to help activities run smoothly, but it is up to you how these activities are organised.
KCLSU can also help you get your own student activity group up and running.
delivers a range of opportunities and events for students to get involved in sport and physical activity; they operate three gyms
across King's campuses and two within halls of residence. King's Sport
also offers a sports scholarship programme for high-performing athletes (King's Sport Performance
), a social sports programme (BeActive
) and an online fitness rewards platform (King's Move
). Whether you're a first time participant or seasoned competitor, we have something for you to join the King's Pride.
There are over 100 societies you can join, varying from politics and debate, to comedy, musical theatre and everything in between.
The Greenwood Theatre is one of the many facilities available for society use. The events each society organises are in the social calendar.
King’s Diwali Show
The King's Diwali Show is now in its 17th year and is the biggest student event in the UK.
Afro-Caribbean Society (ACS)
All the King's Men
There are opportunities to get involved with student media at King’s:
students produce a monthly newspaper, Roar, and other independent publications
the podcasting society regularly produces audio content for King's students.
For information visit the KCLSU student media pages.
Student volunteering provides opportunities to get involved with local community groups and bigger organisations.
KCLSU works closely with groups of all kinds to campaign for and achieve their goals with the aid of resources available to all. Find campaign groups on the KCLSU website.