An organization shall be designated as a club sport if the club is competitive in nature, a member of a Regional/National Governing Body or Association in the sport, and the organization’s primary mission is to take part in an activity that involves both physical and mental components in the pursuit of athletic competition. The Club Sports Council currently consists of 25 active club sports organizations.
The Mission of the Emory University Club Sports Council is to unite Club Sports as a single organization representing those students who seek a high level of athletic competition, sportsmanship, camaraderie, and leadership opportunities. The Club Sports Council is comprised of the executive leaders from each club sport program. The council addresses the concerns that affect Club Sports as a whole by providing a unified student voice, and working to promote Emory University Club Sports both within and outside of the university through competition and community service. The Council also seeks to facilitate the growth and future success of the Emory University Club Sports program.
No. The biggest difference between Emory Club Sports and Emory Intramurals is that Intramural students form structured teams to compete against other Emory students, whereas in Club Sports, students form non-Varsity teams compete against other universities and colleges in the nation.
Visit the Current Club Sports web page to check out more information and each club's main contact.
The information below provides the requirements for all new club's interested in becoming a member of the Club Sports program. For more information about the process contact Ricky Talman at 404-727-9114 or via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following criteria is required for a club to be considered a Club Sport:
Club's applying for temporary charter must:
Responsibilities of Temporary Charter Clubs include: