Community Citizenship

There is a range of student clubs and societies that enable students to engage in specific fields of interest as well as engage with the larger JCU, Singapore student community.

Students organise club drives in the second week of each trimester to highlight the range of activities available on campus. There is also a welcome night for students every semester where new students meet and socialise with current students. In addition, there are cultural events organised to celebrate cultural diversity. Meanwhile, the JCU Volunteer Club allows students to take part in community work, such as rendering services to welfare homes and performing at special events in the community. Besides, service to the community is characteristic of many of the different Student Clubs. For example, the Banking and Finance Student Club members organised a blood donation drive of their own volition. For example, the Banking and Finance Student Club members organised a blood donation drive of their own volition.

JCU Singapore Christmas Community Project 

The JCU Christmas Community Project organised by JCU in Singapore saw generous contributions from both staff and students, allowing the JCU community to give back to the warm and welcoming residents in the neighbourhood of our Sims Drive Campus. In 2021, a total of 148 gifts were contributed courtesy of the project.

JCU Singapore Goes Purple

Staff and students of James Cook University, Singapore, in conjunction with The Purple Parade, pledged to support inclusion and celebrate the abilities of People with Disabilities.


The exciting e-football matches organised by the Tutorial B-2 students for the Convergence Conference Management subject was a tremendous success, especially for online sports enthusiasts. Spearheaded by Team Chairperson Manas Verma and deputies Neeraj Choudhury and Pradumn Mittal and team members, the gruelling challenge began at 10am with 45 student participants. The closing ceremony saw Le Tienh Anh, a formidable contender, awarded with S$200 and a certificate.

JCU Singapore Business School Academic Head, Associate Professor K Thirumaran, presented the cash prize to the delight of students and attending guests. Conference and Events Management allows students to creatively produce real-to-life unique and memorable events, with members divided into Executive Committee, Marketing, IT & PR, Programme & Logistics, and Sponsorship & Partnerships, under the mentorship of event advisor and lecturer Ms Pamela Wildheart.