Club Sports Policies and Procedures | RecSports

The Carroll University Department of Campus Recreation strives to provide the Carroll Community with a positive and healthy environment through wellness education, team collaboration, communication and social experiences.

Definition of a Club Sport

A club sport is a recognized group of students voluntarily organized for the purpose of furthering their common interests in a particular sport activity through participation and/or competition at a state and national level. Club sports offer a competitive environment emphasizing participation, physical skill development, and student leadership. Club sports are lead and operated by student team members and managed by the Department of Recreational Sports. Club sports have the ability to use Carroll University facilities, vehicles and funding. In turn, sport club members are expected to comply with this Club Sports Manual.

Purpose of Club Sports

Carroll University Club Sports support (and are supported by) the vision of the Department of Recreational Sports, Intercollegiate Athletics, the Student Affairs Office and the overall mission of Carroll University. The Department of Recreational Sports believes club sports provide the opportunity for students to develop camaraderie, sportsmanship and university pride through the teamwork and discipline of athletic competition. Further, they offer extra-curricular learning experiences for participants through involvement in public relations, organization, administration, budgeting, scheduling and skill development. A student’s involvement in club sports will enhance their overall university experience.

Program Goals

Club Sport Organization​

1. Membership

2. To become/continue to be a recognized club sport, each organization:​

3. Each Sport shall undergo a yearly review based upon​:

4. ​Club Sports Officers

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