Club Sports Information

Club Sports

While some clubs bridge the gap between intramurals and varsity athletics as competitive (intercollegiate) teams, others maintain a completely recreational (non-intercollegiate) status and are open to all students. Our thirty-three (33) Club Sport programs are entirely student run and often include nationwide travel, regional competition, club events, fundraisers, and nearly always guarantee a close-knit community of friends and teammates.

While we applaud competition and student success on and off our campus, we ultimately recognize that Club Sport involvement provides students with irreplaceable personal and professional development opportunities. We guarantee that Club Sport members will have opportunities to engage in the domains of information acquisition, critical thinking, intrapersonal development, interpersonal competence, civic engagement, and practical competence. This engagement ensures not only a memorable and meaningful Club Sport experience, but also the development of skillsets desired by employers in nearly all fields. Club Sports get you involved, get you engaged, get you excited, and even get you jobs.

Club Sports Forms

Club Sport Members


  • Listen and reflect upon other's points of view (D2-A)
  • Develop and demonstrate personal accountability (D3-A)
  • Identify personal values & beliefs, understand how they influence decision making (D3-B)
  • Recognize one's own identity (D3-C)
  • Build leadership skills (D4-A)
  • Demonstrate values of trust, honesty, kindness, and fairness (D4-B)
  • Work positively and cooperatively with others (D4-D)
  • Establish mutually trustworthy and rewarding relationships with studetns, faculty, staff, and community members (D4-F)
  • Demonstrate active community involvement (D5-A)
  • Maintain spiritual, physical, mental, and emotional health and wellness (D6-A)


  • Learn how to apply perserverance, resiliency, accountability, and communication skills across professional and personal disciplines (D1-A)
  • Recognize opportunities to share resources and ideas (D4-C)
  • Contribute to group's goals and achievements (D4-E)
  • Create networks (D4-G)

Club Sport Leaders


  • Listen and reflect upon other's points of view (D2-A)
  • Maintain an awareness of their skills and competencies (D3-A)
  • Demonstrate an ability to self-assess performance, leadership, and well-being (D3-B)
  • Work positively and cooperatively with others (D4-C)
  • Establish mutually trustworthy and rewarding relationships with students, faculty, staff and community members (D4-E)
  • Organize active community involvement (service requirements) (D5-A)
  • Demonstrate a growing understanding and appreciation of cultural and human difference (D5-B)
  • Demonstrate effective communication skills (D6-A)
  • Maintain spiritual, physical, mental, and emotional health and wellness (D6-C)


  • Engage in meaningful discussion and dialogue regarding funding priorities, intiatives, programs, and memberships (D1-A)
  • Learn budget skills (esp. budget management and basic accounting skills (D1-B)
  • Understand and practice steps of effective event planning, scheduling, logistics, event programming, implementation, promotion, execution, evaluation, etc. (D1-C)
  • Be prepared to implement appropriate risk management strategies (with CPR, First Aid, AED certification) (D2-B)
  • Demonstration understanding of skills necessary to manage groups, including meeting management, recruitment, retention (D4-A)
  • Display reasoned, flexible, and collaborative approach to leadership (D4-B)
  • Contribute to group goals and achievements (D4-D)
  • Create networks (D4-F)
  • Demonstrate effective documentation keeping skills (D6-B)