Find Your Tribe

We provide a holistic student experience. Besides our 42 varsity teams, both male and female, there are many different performing arts and clubs that you can join. Whether you are a beginner or wish to participate competitively, there’s something for everyone. 

Arts & Culture

Student Clubs allow students to develop holistic skill sets while nurturing personal interests in clubs beyond students’ academic curriculum. Arts and Culture clubs are the place to be for students pursuing excellence in music, dance, and theatre. The clubs perform at various internal and external gigs and come together for the annual showcase performance, ExpresSIT. Workshops of various art forms will also be organised during Arts and Culture Week. These events create awareness about the arts and adds vibrancy to the SIT campus life.


Performing Arts

Performing Arts

Through the years, enthusiastic and passionate SITizens have worked alongside the Student Life division to create an environment that is conducive for artistic expression. Their love for arts and culture has driven them to be resourceful in seeking out training and competitive opportunities and honing their technical and performing capacities. Our 15 arts groups run the gamut from popular dance and music styles to introspective and classical pursuits.

Special Interest & Industry Chapters

Student Clubs allow students to develop holistic skill sets and nurture their personal interests, beyond the academic curriculum. Industry Chapters help to enhance students’ professional development and build a network with industry professionals.

Special Interest clubs span across multiple genres, including community service, language, food and culture appreciation, gaming and coding, sustainability, and eSports. Industry Chapters range from engineering, conventions, travel and audit industries.

Be sure to sign up for one and build connections!

    Student Management Committees

    Student Management Committee

    Student Management Committees (SMCs) are the voice of the respective programme cohort and  looking after the welfare of their peers. They act as a bridge between the student body and the university to enhance student learning experience.  Activities that promote bonding among students within and beyond the respective academic programmes are also being organised by the SMCs regularly.