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GENERAL CCA GUIDE
Want to know what types of CCAs are available in SMU and what
may suit you? Here's a list of what to expect!
The SMU Arts clubs perform regularly at
university events and are often invited to
showcase their talents by external
organisations. Their student Constituent
Body is known as the Arts & Cultural
Ardiente - Latin Ballroom
Ballare - Ballroom
Caderas Latinas - Salsa
Eurhythmix (E-mix) - Hip-hop
Funk Movement - Funk & Street
INDANCITY - Contemporary
Music Interactive Club
Art & Written Word
Broadcast & Entertainment
Indian Cultural Society
The Sports CCAs in SMU have two
Constituent bodies taking care of them - the
SMU Sports Union and the SMU Xtremists.
The Sports CCAs are encouraged to take part
in competitions and recreational activities
are also available.
SMUX Adventure Clubs
The clubs under the Special Interest and
Community Service Sodality (SICS) span a
wide range of interests. This includes food,
board games, fishing and professional
development skills. The community service
clubs engage in both short and long term
projects to a range of beneficiaries.
Special Interest Clubs
People for Animal Welfare (PAW)
Recreational Gaming Club
Mixed Martial Arts (MMA)
Wine Appreciation Club
United Nations Students' Association
Habitat for Humanity
Red Cross Youth Chapter
The Registry of Societies (ROS) Club consist
of clubs and associations that are not
registered under any other law. These Clubs
were formed by students to promote
awareness and understanding of various
faiths and cultures within SMU.
International Connections (ICON)
The International Connections club
celebrates cultural diversity and helps
international students settle into life at SMU
and in Singapore.
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