POV: You're a first year who has spent O-Week wide eyed as you've glimpsed how great the next few years of your life will be. It's been an exciting week and you want to start the Sem on an even higher note. Well...

M-ASS Presents: Pub Night!

Whether you're wanting to make new friends or consolidate those friendships you made during the week, Pub Night is the place to be! Join us for a few drinks, ready to dance the night away on Slum's famous checkered floor. It is the ultimate way to begin this new chapter of your life!


7pm Tuesday 2 March


The Shaw Davey Slum

171-175 Elgin St, Carlton VIC 3053


18+ event

So you've finished O-Week none the wiser on the ins and outs of uni, but a little more comfortable with where you're heading. 

Whether you spent O-Week going to parties, exploring all the clubs you can join, meeting up with new friends or getting ahead and finishing your pre-reading, you're bound to have a few more questions. Well, we are here to help!

Visit out leaders during the SummerFest Clubs Expo and ask any and all of your questions. Be it study tips, best ways to get involved, how to balance study and wellbeing, how to get the most out of classes, embarrassing mistakes NOT to make (that we have all made!), and MORE... We've got you covered!

Sign up for the SummerFest Clubs Expo here:

Join the M-ASS booth from:

12pm-2pm Wednesday 3 March

12pm-2pm Thursday 4 March

It’s almost been a whole year since the last BBQ?! We’ve got to fix that.

Imagine this. It’s Week One, the sun is shining, Canvas still sucks and readings are already piling up. What better time for a snag?!

Join the M-ASS crew at Uni Square for our first of many barbies for the year of 2021. Snags, schnitties, hashies, drinks and the like FREE for all members! Be there or be square.

12-2pm Thursday 4 March

University Square

*Female Tickets Closed*

You've finished year 12, missed out on schoolies and now you're trying to make up for how much 2020 sucked. The responsibilities of uni are looming, but who said you can't lose your inhibitions for a lil bit longer...

M-ASS Presents: Arts Camp 2021

The best orientation camp UniMelb has to offer! With your fellow campers you'll travel to Coonawarra Farm Resort at the end of your second week of classes for a weekend of ridiculously fun activities, challenges, swimming, themed parties, loud music and good vibes!

As a first year, attending camp is the best way to ensure you're beginning your UniMelb life with amazing memories and a whole group of new mates. Also, did we mention that it's all inclusive?

Tickets are open to first years regardless of their faculty, but are strictly limited and are selling faster than you can get over the grief of missing out on attending! 

Click here to secure your tickets:


18+ First Year University of Melbourne students from

any undergraduate degree


Friday 12th - Sunday 14th March 2021


Coonawarra Farm Resort, Glenaladale VIC


$260 all-inclusive

Food, accommodation, transport, t-shirt, alcohol, friends, fun, and so much more!

M-ASS is dedicated to running COVID-Safe events in compliance with all current government restrictions. Masks are currently required at all times whilst indoors unless eating or drinking. It is a requirement of entry to all in-person events that you are wearing a mask and agree to adhere to social distancing where possible. Both the venue and M-ASS reserve the right to ask you to leave due to non-compliance, without refund or further recourse. 

If you are feeling unwell or have any symptoms like a fever, chills or sweat, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, runny nose or loss of sense of smell, please stay home and get tested or call the University Health Service COVID-19 Hotline for assistance on 03 8344 6905. It is strongly recommended that you download and activate the government’s COVIDSafe app prior to attending this event.


By attending this event, you acknowledge that while the venue and M-ASS have taken all reasonable health and safety precautions to keep everyone safe, you enter the venue at your own risk without recourse to claim against the venue or M-ASS regarding health outcomes.