A Club Sport is formed when a group of students voluntarily organize in the aim of seeking structured and often competitive sport opportunities in an area of common interest. Club sports are structured and guided by the principles and obligations of other student organizations, and are not formally recognized until they are fully compliant and meet required expectations. The initiative, organizational commitment and personal investment required for club sports participation fosters an extraordinary learning and leadership experience.
Competition can range from a club varsity status such as Men’s Ice Hockey and Men’s Rowing to competitive sports such as Cycling, Equestrian, Men’s and Women’s Rugby, Ultimate Frisbee, Water Polo or non competitive sports that includes Badminton and Gymnastics just to name a few. In total, there are 32 recognized club sports that are active.