UC Club Sports

 swim club member races through the pool during the Fall 2019 on-campus swim meet!

A swim club member races through the pool during the Fall 2019 on-campus swim meet!

What is Club Sports?

A Club Sport is defined as a registered student organization that exists to promote and develop interest in a particular sport or physical activity while also building valuable leadership skills. The Club Sports Program provides a wide range of instructional, recreational, and competitive athletic opportunities, with an emphasis on student leadership, organization, and team management. The 45+ Club Sports organizations offer students a chance to be part of a team, run an organization, and represent University of Cincinnati while competing against and traveling to other universities. Many of our clubs compete at an elite level and contest for National Championships in their sport.

Interested in joining a club sport? Check out CampusLINK!

Our Focus and Why You Should Participate

Club Sports is a designed extracurricular program that contribute's the student learning experience. Therefore, by participating in Club Sports students will:

  • Develop leadership skills and competencies
  • Develop a commitment to the University of Cincinnati through friendships, experiential learning as an organizational leader, and other engagement opportunities
  • Gain experience in organizational leadership, event management, and business processes
  • Gain a sense of belonging to UC and the community¬†

On October 3rd, 2020, Return to Practice (RTP) Guidelines were released for all club sports organizations. In an effort to keep students, staff, and stakeholders safe, these guidelines were developed through a host of resources including the Return to Campus Guide. Students, coaches/instructors, advisors, and other stakeholders should be familiar with the information, as failure to follow these policies could result in disciplinary action.

Level of Contact RTP Dates

COVID-19 Policies/Procedures

Positive Test Result Procedures