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Welcome to the Wright State University Sport Club program! It is our pleasure to provide you with competitive and recreational opportunities to meet your every need. Whether you are interested in an existing club or would like to form a new club, there is something available for everyone. Don't hesitate - get involved! View a complete list of Clubs (June 2014) with Contact Information (PDF).
Sports Club Mission
The Sport Club Program provides the opportunity to university students for recreation, competition, and instruction in a variety of active pursuits. Each club is responsible for its own governing and organization, allowing for student leadership development and growth.
Sports Club Council
All sport clubs are governed by the Sport Club Council which meets once a month to aid established and forming clubs. Sport Club Council acts as a training ground for its officers as they are required to accept the responsibilities involved in administering sport clubs in the University and the community.
Sports Club Council Meetings
Sport Club Council Meeting Dates:
All meetings will start at 6:30 or 15 min after the completion of House of Reps meetings:
- Aug 27 rm 163 SU *Introduction meeting - rules, policies, and manual discussion - all members including coaches are expected to be present
- Sept 3 rm 010 SU
- Oct. 15 rm 010 SU
- Nov. 12 rm 010 SU
- Dec 3 rm 010 SU
Spring Semester TBA
Sports Club Manual
For a complete list of policies, how to guides, and Sport Club information please use the Sport Club Manual (Word)
Sports Club Council Fundraising
Please register your Kroger Rewards card to help earn cash for SCC through Kroger Community Rewards!! This will not change your rewards you earn and will help earn CASH for the SCC! Note: Each person must re-register their card every April since Kroger clears out the system every year. The money will be distributed to the Sport Club Council Excellence Fund. This fund will be used to reward clubs financially that do excellent things such as Community Service, Campus Service, Fundraising, Qualify for Regional or National Championships.
Eat at City Barbeque! When: Thursday, October 16th Help us raise funds for equipment, league fee's, tournaments and travel.
Sport Club Participant Forms
Each Participant must complete the following forms. High Risk Clubs must also have a Physical Examination and Medical History Form completed by a Doctor. High Risk clubs are: Football, Ice Hockey, Rugby (Men and Women), & Men's Lacrosse
How to Contact Us
For more information on sport clubs, stop by the Office of Campus Recreation located in 092C Student Union or email us at email@example.com.