The College Club is an incorporated body made up of democratically elected student leaders. It consists of ten members whose responsibility is to organise numerous social and sporting events, as well as provide various facilities around College.
The events and facilities made available by College Club are possible due to the College Club Fees paid by students at the beginning of each year. Some of the social functions that College Club Fees help to provide include the Open Show, St. Ann's Ball, Valedictory Dinner and numerous other events such as O-Week.
College Club also provides services such as the video room, condom machines, washing machines, irons and dryers, various sporting equipment and board games for student use. This money also goes towards purchasing State and national newspapers for student use. College Club have also made some special purchases including a sewing machine, video camera and digital-still camera that can be used by students.
Serving on College Club is an excellent opportunity for students to experience a leadership position within the community, as well as a fantastic teamwork environment.
The Collegians Association
The main aims of the Collegians are to foster unity between members of the College and Collegians, and to aid the wellbeing of the College and its members. Through various fundraising activities, they provide scholarships and prizes for students at the college, as well as making occasional gifts to the College itself.
Membership of the Collegians presents great opportunities to attend functions and renew friendships and associations with people that you have met through College. Life membership costs only $50 and is available to any former resident of St Ann's College. To register your e-mail address, change of address or to send in any news please contact the President of the Collegians Association.
For more information on the Collegians Association, please click here.
There are several sports played at St Ann’s College including hockey, tennis, football, netball, swimming, athletics, table tennis, volleyball, cricket, debating, basketball and soccer. There are both male and female teams and all coaches are chosen from students at St Ann’s.
St Ann’s competes with four other Colleges in Adelaide for the Douglas Irving Cup trophy that is awarded to the College with the highest number of points at the end of the year. Awards for outstanding sports men and women are also given at the end of the year.