Club Sports & Campus Recreation
The Role of the Office of Campus Recreation
The Office of Campus Recreation, under the guidance of the Director,
monitors and oversees the operation of all sport clubs. The Office of
Campus Recreation will provide assistance to all sport clubs which
Some of the responsibilities and services which the Office of Campus Recreation provides to sport clubs include:
Assisting the sport club officers in budget preparation,
game scheduling, equipment procurement, fund raising efforts and
completion of records.
Monitoring and certifying membership eligibility.
Conducting orientation workshops for sport club officers.
Receiving all equipment and supplies purchased by a sport club and storage of this equipment during the summer.
Rendering decisions on disciplinary sanctions in conjunction with the Sport Club Council.
that each sport club has current safety regulations and that they are
being implemented. The Office of Campus Recreation must receive
notification on all injuries which occur to their members during any
sport club practice or game.
Advising clubs of decisions of Sport Club Council concerning appropriate issues.
Monitoring all sport club travel itineraries.
sport club officer may be removed from a post by the Campus
Recreation Director if dissension or improprieties have been found to
exist within the club.
Assist all sport clubs in securing
facility space in the Lerner Health & Wellness Center, Smith
Center, Lloyd Gym or the athletic fields on the MVC campus in order to
fulfill their recreational and organizational needs. Clubs which
practice and play indoors must submit facility requests to the Office
of Campus Recreation. Requests for the fall semester should be
submitted by May 1st. Requests for spring semester must be submitted by
Assist all sport clubs which practice
outdoors, or in facilities outside of the Smith Center, in obtaining
space in which to practice or compete. Obtaining space from an
off-campus agency can be difficult so requests should be submitted as
early as possible.
Assist new sport clubs in the early stages of development.
Assist any club in designing fliers and approve any publicity (fliers, posters, brochures) before distribution and posting.