Our Student Life at MelbPoly (SLAM) team run the fun stuff on Campus: things like movie nights, bake sales, cook-offs, careers expos, spring markets, and more. We also run competitions, share giveaways, and organise trips.
Melbourne Polytechnic employs the SLAM team to enrich the student experience. We have a presence on every Campus, and we're here for you, the student, so make the most of it. Our events are free and open to everyone. Come along and meet our close-knit communities, make friends and get involved in Campus culture.
SLAM like to collaborate
We collaborate with Tertiary Recreation and Entertainment Victoria (TREV) to deliver sporting and social programs with other TAFEs and universities. We also support and encourage students to build their skills and run their own events, fundraisers and competitions, so if you have an idea, please get in touch to see how we can help.
What’s coming up?
Check the Thrive App to see the latest news and upcoming events. You can also follow SLAM on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, where you’ll find events info as well as heaps of giveaways and special offers.
If you have a question or want to say "hi", email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 9269 1305.
Want to become a PolyVoly?
If you’re looking to gain some work experience while studying, consider volunteering with SLAM and become a PolyVoly. You can help out organise events and fundraisers or contribute content to social media.
As a Poly Voly you can connect with students from different campuses and backgrounds and enjoy a sense of achievement by giving back to the institute and the community.
Being a Melbourne Polytechnic Poly Voly is a rewarding job with many benefits. You can:
- Meet new people and make friends
- Develop your skills in leadership, team work, events and more
- Gain valuable transferable skills that can boost your employment opportunities
- Get involved with national charities and give back to your community
When you sign up as a Poly Voly, you will receive an email when volunteering opportunities arise both within and outside the institute.