Sport Clubs | Recreational Services

A sport club is a group of students, faculty, staff and general public (80% of the members must be students) that voluntarily organize to participate in a particular sport activity. More specifically, sport clubs are formed so the participants in each sport club can learn new skills, improve existing skills, potentially engage in competition, and enjoy recreational and social fellowship. Other features of the Sport Club Program that make it unique are: self-motivation, self-administration, self-support and self-regulation. All these factors form the basis for determining recognition which must be granted by Recreational Services.

Non-student club members that use Recreational Services indoor facilities for practices need to have a Recreational Services Membership or pay the daily walk-in fee to attend their sport club's practice. 

For more information on an Active Sport Club, click on the club's name below!


Tommy Schorer
Associate Director, Sport Programs