The Club Sports program at MSOE provides opportunities for students, faculty and staff who want to experience a more in-depth experience of sports recreation than is provided in intramural or informal recreation program. Club Sports members compete against clubs from other universities to improve good health, skills, and develop leadership skills through team management. All skill levels are welcome, whether you are an experienced athlete or looking for a new recreational activity, Club Sports are for you.
Application for Club Sports
To apply for club sports membership, a perspective club must present a list of signatures if interested people. The list must contain at least the required number of players for starting a team in the proposed sport (i.e. 22 Football players). If there is no such required number (i.e. Archery), then the minimum number is ten.
No group can apply to establish a club sport if the sport is currently a varsity sport (i.e Ice Hockey)
To be sanctioned by the Athletic Department, club sports must be athletic in nature. The following sports that are not currently varsity or club sports can be considered for endorsement: Archery, Billiards, Cricket, Curling, Cycling, Dance, Field Hockey, Figure Skating, Football, Gymnastics, Hurling, Racquetball, Sailing, Skiing, Snowboarding, Squash, Swimming, Table Tennis and Water Polo.
Sports that do not appear on this list cannot be granted club status. A letter of appeal can be filed requesting that a sport be added to the list. The appeal will only be granted if a case can be made that the sport is athletic in nature and an accepted college sport.
To apply, contact Jimmy Banks, Director of Intramural and Club Sports at (414) 277-7493.
Club Sports at MSOE
- Badminton Club
- Bowling Club
- Disc Golf Club
- Fencing Club
- Gymnastics/Dance Club
- Judo Club
- Rugby Club
- Shaolin/Kung Fu Club
- Tae Kwon Do Club
- Ultimate Frisbee Organization
- Powerlifting Team
- Xtreme Club
Athletic Affiliate Groups
- Sound Engineers
- Student Athletic Advisory Committee