William Angliss Institute

WASA (William Angliss Student Activities)

WASA (William Angliss Student Activities) aims to enhance the student experience by offering a range of extra-curricular activities and events. We understand that your studies may be your main priority, but we also believe it’s important to have fun, meet new people and enjoy your time spent on campus. WASA is here for you, so get involved and make your time studying at William Angliss a memorable one!

There are a number of Clubs and Societies on offer through Student Services, providing you with opportunities to make new friends and enjoy your life on and off campus during your studies.

Current WASA-led clubs

WASA (William Angliss Student Activities) is here to offer you affordable, easy ways to be a part of the William Angliss community by hosting a number of clubs offering on and off campus activities and events throughout the semester.

Yoga Club: For only $10, you can participate in six (6) one-hour Yoga classes with a professional Yoga instructor. This club is for all experience levels, a great way to relax the mind and body and great value for money.

Table Tennis Club:  Whether you are a beginner or a pro table tennis player, you will enjoy these friendly yet competitive events. Plus, this club is free to join! With four (4) events each term, we will play a different type of competition and will have prizes, snacks and drinks at each event.

Current student-led clubs

Angliss Wine Society: Angliss Wine Society gets together for special wine-related events, hear from experts and discuss all things wine! May the wine be with you.

Click here to join Angliss Wine Society.

PPIA William Angliss: PPIA William Angliss is an Indonesian student association connecting Indonesian students through gatherings and events.

Click here to join PPIA William Angliss.

ZEN: ZEN consists of both William Angliss and external students. The goal of the group is to share their passion for the Japanese culture. Their gatherings often include traditional Japanese dancing, celebration activities plus language and cultural exchange.

Click here to join ZEN.

For more information about any of these Clubs and Societies, or to book into WASA Clubs, please visit Student Services located in The Lounge, Building C, Level 1.

WASA’s on campus events are always free to attend and allow you to socialise with your classmates in a relaxed and friendly environment. They are also a great way to find out about services provided by the Institute and local organisations.

Orientation takes place in February and July. It is the first social event for any new student enrolling in a program at the Institute, offering free food and entertainment, with a range of exhibitors available on the day to promote their products and services.

The Lounge (Building C, Level 1) is for all students looking for a place to eat, meet and relax between classes.

The Balcony is an outdoor space situated right outside The Lounge with ample seating overviewing The Courtyard.

The Lounge Semester Opening Hours      

Monday - Friday              7:30am - 10:00pm

Saturday                        11:00am - 2:00pm

The Lounge facilities include:

  • Table tennis
  • Board games
  • TV with Foxtel
  • Vending machines
  • Basic kitchenette facilities including microwave ovens, sandwich press, hot and cold water.

Student Space & Equipment Bookings


The Lounge, The Balcony, BBQ equipment and trestle tables can be reserved for use for any student-led on campus events.

Student Space & Equipment Booking Forms are available through Student Services, which must be submitted 7 days before the event day.

The Discounts & Promotions page is available for you via the myWAI Student Portal. Seasonal offers are also advertised via the Student Services Facebook page.



Visit the Student Services Facebook page or the Discounts & Promotions page (student login required) for more details.



Student Voice is your opportunity to represent the views and interests of the 5000 students that are enrolled at the Melbourne campus at William Angliss Institute. Student Voice provides the opportunity for you to have a say and have your voice heard at all levels of the Institute through a number of positions, and even the opportunity to make ideas happen under the guidance of the Student Services team.

Student Representative

Student Representatives are voluntary positions elected at the beginning of every academic year, and serves as a communication platform between the management of the Institute and the student body regarding academic-related affairs. The Student Representative plays an important role for the benefit of the Institute and its students.

Nominations take place at the start of each academic year.

Student Advisory Group

Student Advisory Group members are voluntary positions, where members are responsible for getting feedback from the student body regarding their day to day experience at the Institute, then and sharing these feedback directly with the relevant Associate Directors.

Student Advisory Group also explores ideas on how they can contribute to the student experience under the guidance of the Student Services team.

To become a Student Advisory Group member, visit Student Services located in The Lounge, Building C, Level 1.

Student Ambassadors

We also offer a Student Ambassador program, which creates an opportunity for current on campus students to gain paid work experience in marketing, business administration, relationship management and events.

Click here for more information.

For more information, contact Student Services

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Phone: 03 9606 2137

Location: Building C | Level 1

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