Community clubs are a group of people in KAUST who come together with an interest, passion and hobby with the willingness to share it with others. Whatever you like, be it dancing, cricket, writing or boardgaming there is someone in KAUST who shares your passion. Below are all the different clubs grouped according to their themes. If you want to start your own club please contact the community clubs’ co-ordinator – email@example.com
Community Clubs (formerly known as Self-Directed Groups) are a group of people living in KAUST who come together to share their passion, interest or hobby with the willingness to expand it to the community. They are always initiated and driven by the community and there is a need for it.
Please view them here: Guidelines TBC
To form a Community Club the following is needed:
To book a space in Recreation please contact Recreation directly stating that you are a Community Club. To book a space in the ECC3 or Community Hub please complete this form: Community Spaces | Reservation Form - Formstack
Once you have your communications ready, please contact the Community Clubs’ co-ordinator.
There is no funding for the Club’s activities. Clubs are empowered to be self-sufficient, driven by the passion for the activity. Furthermore, the Club must be run on a non-profit basis (all monies collected from members or activities of the Club must be used to deliver Club activities).
Please contact the Community Club’s co-ordinator.
Please contact the community clubs’ co-ordinator:
Hannah O’Callaghan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
ECC3, room K101
Office: 012 808 6318
It depends how long it takes the Club to complete the required documents. However, this usually varies between 1 week and 4 weeks.
You will receive a confirmation email from the Community Clubs’ co-ordinator.