The Club Sports program is designed to provide opportunities for MSOE students to continue participating or learn a new sport/recreational activity.
About Club Sports
Club Sports fall on a competitive level between intramurals and intercollegiate athletics. The member's involvement in the clubs is structured to be a learning experience through their involvement in the organization and administration of club activities as well as the development of sports skills. In order for clubs to remain in existence, clubs must fundraise and charge membership dues. Many of the Club Sports play in leagues and compete at the local, regional, and national level. Participation in the Club Sports program is an excellent way to develop leadership skills, meet new friends, and stay active while enhancing athletic skills. Although each club varies in its level of competition and commitment requirements, each club offers an opportunity to represent MSOE as part of a team.
All club sports must re-register before the academic school year. Forms are due by September 8th. Clubs must fill out a registration application and sign a roster form agreeing they have read the Release of Liability form. Forms can be picked up and submitted in the Club Sports office (CC-386).
Start a New Club
Applying new clubs may not duplicate an existing club program. All applying clubs must fill out the New Club Sport Application. Applying clubs must include a budget worksheet outlining league dues (if applicable), equipment, officials, etc. An applying club must define its purpose, goals and objectives; submit officers' names and responsibilities; have a continuity procedure consisting of established office election dates and the procedure for election; and defined membership requirements. This information should be included in the club constitution. Applying clubs must meet the following criteria:
- A list of at least 10 MSOE students.
- The club must be physical and active in nature.
- The club must participate in a local or regional league (as available).
- The club must have regularly scheduled practice and club meetings.
- The club must provide regular opportunities for skill learning, recreation, and/or competition among club members.
All applications and forms can be turned into the Club Sports office (CC-386) or by e-mail to the Coordinator of Club Sports, Mike Porcaro (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Join Club Sports
Individuals interested in joining a club sports program should fill out an Individual Registration Form. Forms can be turned into the Club Sports office (CC-386) or by e-mail to email@example.com.
Club Sports at MSOE
- Rugby (Club Rugby Recognized for Brain Cancer Fundraiser)
- Ultimate Frisbee
- Women's Rowing
Athletic Affiliate Groups
- Sound Engineers
- Student Athletic Advisory Committee