The Catholic Youth Apostolate is a community of Catholics and non-Catholics who journey together through weekly sessions and outings outside of school. The club aims to grow together in faith and support one another through God. Students of all religions are welcome.
At the Astronomy Club, our passion can’t be contained solely within NP! With growing interest we see in the sciences, we have also imparted our knowledge on astronomy to members of the public. Come be part of our club and discover the wonders of our galaxy and beyond. You’ll get to venture overseas and organise activities offshore to view our skies away from glaring city-light interference. We can truly say that being a member of our club is an out-of-this-world experience!
Whether you enjoy board games as a way to relax and socialise or use them to hone your strategic thinking skills, we welcome you to join our club where we meet up twice weekly to pit our wits against each other. With more than 100 games available in the Board Games Club, you will surely find something up your alley. And we are adding to the list all the time. We’ve also placed some of our board games at “Hangout at UOB” in Agile and refresh the games every three months.
The Buddhist Society introduces Dhamma to NP students in a creative and simple way. Any NP student of any religion is welcome to join and learn critical life skills such as the management of stress as well as more about Buddhism.
Ngee Ann Polytechnic Cru (NP Cru) consists of a dynamic group of students aiming to glorify God and be leaders in fulfilling the Great Commission, in every generation. We hope to inspire spiritual student-led movements, through the nurturing of Christ-centred disciples.
The CCA Champions Club (CCA Champs) embraces the spirit of holistic education through active participation in 80+ CCAs at NP for a balanced and exciting student life. We provide public relations and marketing assistance for CCAs, and help manage combined CCA events. We also work closely with the Student Development Office (SDO) to run NP level events. So, if you are interested in honing your skills in marketing and event management, come on board!
The Chess Club first started with International Chess and Chinese Chess and extended subsequently to Weiqi. Besides weekly training sessions, we also organise various camps for training, fun and interaction, as well as the annual NP Open competition. As the current holders of the POL-ITE chess championship challenge trophy, we are sure you’ll have no regrets joining us!
By changing perspectives, purpose and intention, the Christian Fellowship Club hopes to provide members with opportunities to learn more about God and His love, as well as get to know new friends. Join us and expand your social network by attending our gatherings and events.
Expand your horizons, feed your interests in local and global current affairs, and gain a broader perspective of the world we live in. The Current Affairs Club provides a platform to discuss the issues of the day and opportunities to hold dialogue sessions with national, society and industry leaders, as well as friendly debates and sharing sessions among like-minded members.
Through Islamic and moral values, the Muslim Students Society aims to develop young Muslim youths into dynamic, creative and visionary students. We organise activities, such as Quran camp, night cycling and an Overseas Service Learning Expedition. We welcome students of all religions who are interested to learn more about Islam.
Peer Helpers lend a listening ear and serve as an additional layer of care for students encountering difficulties in their lives. The Peer Helpers Club recruits and trains students through workshops, camps and collaboration with other mental health agencies. If you have a good listening ear, come join us and make a difference.
The Radio Control Club is a group of avid remote-control car hobbyists who seek to promote the art of "drifting" to all NP students. We focus on Scale 1/10 Drifting, which is quite a phenomenon
all over the world, especially in countries like Japan, United States, Australia and Malaysia. Feeling a little adrift in what club to join? Come drift with us!
The Toastmasters Club will help you build your confidence in communication, leadership and public speaking. We provide a safe and friendly environment for members to present prepared speeches, make evaluations and improve impromptu speaking. We are also involved in many other events, including 'Speechcraft', an annual competition to determine NP’s best Year 1 speaker, and an annual International Speech and Table Topics Contest. As a member, you could be an emcee in one of the many campus events, as part of your public speaking practice.
The Sandbox Advocates Club is a student interest group supporting Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s mission to be the definitive polytechnic for budding entrepreneurs. The Advocates also act as the marketing arm of The Sandbox, the institute’s Office of Innovation & Entrepreneurship.
Comprising a group of impassioned students, our club aims to promote and create a flourishing culture of innovation and entrepreneurship all around Singapore. With our goal to instil a world-ready attitude within ourselves, we initiate, plan and implement events and activities as part of our journey to becoming entrepreneurs in our own right.
The Library Curators & Champions Club, whose members are known as Erudites, provides a student voice to the library. Members are
provided with opportunities to develop leadership and communications skills as they network with peers, academics and industry experts to co-create learning experiences for the students. As a member, you can be involved in many enriching ways. These include
hosting library visitors, curating resources, organising engagement activities, promoting library resources through social media and digital platforms, honing your industry knowledge through research, recommending trending gadgets and beta testing new
digital implementations in the library.
The Society of Animal Rangers (SOAR) aims to increase awareness of and encourage members’ involvement in the rescue, care and conservation of animals. Through educational talks and participation in voluntary animal-related events, we hope to foster and build a community who shares a passion and love for animals.
iCON refers to international connections and the iCON Club caters for both local and international students, providing a platform for them to make friends across different cultural backgrounds, races, religions and polys. With opportunities to participate in and organise events, as well as build friendships and connections among different age groups, students can hone their cultural quotient (CQ) and soft skills. Join our club and you may become an integration ambassador or integration champion in your future workplaces and communities.
NP Supportify Club is a for-student-by-student CCA that focuses on raising awareness of Special Educational Needs (SEN) and supporting peers with SEN. Members form small support groups of different neurotypes and abilities, and meet bi-weekly for bonding and sharing sessions. We also collaborate with external organisations (e.g. SG Enable) to improve accessibility and inclusivity, as well as to co-organise advocacy and outreach programmes within NP and the community.
The NPYA Pacers Club provides a platform for our members to develop themselves holistically in terms of Self-development, Critical thinking and Leadership. We organise activities designed to help our members pick up new things that are essential for self-growth and give back to the community through the sharing of knowledge. We also work closely with the Student Development Office (SDO) to run NP-level programmes and workshops.