Sport Clubs

A sport club is a student organization, recognized by Campus Recreation and formed by students motivated by a common interest and desire to participate in a favorite sport activity. Clubs vary in focus and programming, since student members manage the operation of the club and decide on club activities. Clubs actively compete locally, regionally, or nationally against colleges and universities.

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Clubs offer opportunities for learning a new sport, improving existing sport skills, practicing and playing for fun, and/or competing at various levels. Club officers develop valuable leadership skills, through successful management of administrative affairs and intra-club dynamics.

Campus Recreation oversees and advises all Sport Clubs. Clubs must operate within the Sport Clubs Organization framework of policies and procedures, which are in place to promote safety and manage risk. Clubs are funded by the Student Government Association.   

Learn More

If you are interested in joining a Sport Club, please visit the Directory for additional information such as club contacts, practice times, locations and fees. 

How to Join a Sport Club

Complete a waiver packet and hand it in to a club officer. The packets can be found in the Directory for each sport and includes:

  • Agreement, Waiver, Hold Harness and Covenant Not to Sue
  • SCO Code of Conduct Agreement
  • Hazing Acknowledgment Form

High Impact Clubs need to be medically cleared before they can participate in club activities. Club officers will have more information on the process. High Impact Clubs include:

  • Men's Rugby
  • Women's Rugby
  • Men's Lacrosse
  • Men's Ice Hockey
  • Women's Ice Hockey
  • Boxing
  • Gymnastics

Officer Resources

Clubs are run by student officers. The officers are responsible for the successful operation of the club including but not limited to budgeting, scheduling practices, coordinating league schedules, planning events, fundraising, policy adherence and communicating with Sport Club Supervisors and the Sport Clubs professional staff. Forms, resources and important policies related to club management can be found on the Officers page.

Office Location

The Competitive Sports Office is located in Burdick Hall, Room 155.

Donate to Sport Clubs

Some clubs are able to accept donations online. Gifts are tax deductible as allowed by law. Please consult your tax advisor.


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