Club Sports at Rose-Hulman
Rose-Hulman’s Club Sports Program is comprised of various student organizations focused on a particular sport. These clubs can be competitive, recreational, or instructional. Clubs may represent Rose-Hulman in intercollegiate competition or conduct inter-club activities, such as practice, instruction, social, and tournament play. The program is designed to enhance the student experience while participating in a sport of choice. All clubs practice regularly in order to promote and develop the skills and interests of their members.
Membership in clubs at Rose-Hulman is open to all students and is organized and ran by the students. Each club has its own elected student officers who are responsible for the day-to-day and organizational leadership of the club activities. Clubs that are successful and flourish are the ones with strong leaders and active participants.
A representative from each club constitutes the club sports council, which serves to promote and coordinate club sports on campus. The executive board, a four-person elected student board, assists the club sports director to meet those objectives.
Although the clubs are encouraged to be self-supporting, the Department of Recreational Sports and Athletic Facilities (RSAF) provides limited support, including advising, game management assistance, facility scheduling, fundraising assistance, marketing and promotion assistance, budget guidance, risk management assistance, inventory and storage services, and office services. The club sports director serves primarily as an advisor and resource person and is available to assist with club business. The club sports director is an advocate across campus for all active club sports and provides the expertise and resources to allow each club to be successful.
Available Club Sports