UL Wolves, which is part of UL Student Life, is the home of all the student-run clubs and societies at UL. Find your own wolf pack today!

Why Join?


Why join a club or society?

'UL Wolves' is the clubs & societies wing of UL Student Life. There are over 75 clubs and societies within UL Wolves, all of which boast a strong community of members and delegates. Clubs & societies are a huge part of the university experience at UL. Joining a club or society allows you to be part of a community, make new friends, meet like-minded people, find a new sport or hobby, learn a new skill, have fun, and make the most of your college experience! 

"Being a part of something makes me feel like I belong somewhere. It gives me an escape and allows me to be me. I get to be with people who share the same interest as me and make friends for life."  UL Wolves member, 2022

Hear from C&S members

“It’s really made my university experience. In first year I didn’t really take part but forced myself into it in in 2nd year and my C&S experience introduced me to some of my best friends and experience my home city in a completely new way. It has been one of the most important factors in my life.”  

“Between work and college I rarely get home to see my family and when I joined my club they instantly became my second family. We do everything together from going out, to studying, to having 'family dinners' before big games. We as a team have a great sense of trust and friendship with each other. I spend more time with the girls from the team than I do with people in my course and it’s a great sense of security to know they will always have my back no matter what.”  


Become a volunteer

UL Wolves, like all voluntary organisations, is only as good as its members. By volunteering to become a committee member at your club or society, you get so much more out of the experience. Time and time again, our alumni tell us that the skills they gained while volunteering at a club or society has helped them to gain employment, prepare for professional life and further their careers. 

Becoming a committee members allows you to improve key skills such as time management, budgeting, fundraising, event management, people management, conflict resolution, public speaking, marketing and PR. It also allows you to give back to your adopted community!

How do I join a club or society?

So, you’ve decided to join a club or society at UL. Here’s what you need to do to register:

1. Create Your UL Wolves Account: To register for a club or society, you must first be a member of UL Wolves. Visit this page, click on the register button and enter your UL student number to begin the registration process. 

2Request Membership: Once registered, you will be brought to the UL Wolves membership page which has a full list of all clubs and societies. Choose the organisation and request a membership.

3. Get Accepted:  Your request will be sent to the club or society admin for final approval. To become an active member you must pay the fee and then meet a committee member.