The ANU Interhall Sports Organisation (ISO) is the body responsible for all residential and college sport at the Australian National University.
The organisation is an assembly of the sports representatives from each of the eight member halls and colleges at the ANU.
As a body, ISO plans, promotes, administrates and runs all residential sporting competitions throughout the academic year. These sports contribute towards the annual ANU Interhall Sports Shield, a long-standing tradition. Representing thousands of residents, ISO is the largest sporting organisation at the ANU. It is an affiliated body with ANU Sport and works closely with the ANU Students Association (ANUSA), the Heads of Halls and Interhall Council.
ISO centres itself around friendly competition between halls and colleges, in a relaxed environment where unsporting-like behaviour is not tolerated. All college students are encouraged to get involved, regardless of experience or skill level. Residential sport allows students to get a break from the lecture theatre and participate in sports they already enjoy or to try something new.
ISO is committed to stimulating interaction between students of halls and colleges and fostering a close residential community through sport. ISO is also responsible for the administration of the epic and historic Inward Bound event. The ISO meets on a weekly basis to plan and discuss sport. At least one Annual General Meeting (AGM) is held each year, towards the end of the fourth academic term.
To get involved, contact your college representative. Details can be found on your college’s page. For questions and comments about ISO generally, please use the Contact Us page.