Club Sports

 

Overview

This program offers members of the Carnegie Mellon University community the opportunity to participate in non-varsity intercollegiate athletic competition and formalized group instruction. Club Sports are recognized student organizations that establish their own leadership, structure, membership requirements, competition schedules, dues, and fundraising events. The clubs provide social, competitive, instructional, and safe environments based on the common interests of the participating members.

Our mission is to provide diverse, quality sports opportunities for all students across a broad range of skill levels and experience. The Club Sports program strives to provide a dynamic learning environment while promoting sportsmanship, skill development, and camaraderie through sport and play. We aim to be a model for student leadership – in the way students conduct themselves during events and through the administration of the program.

In the event of an injury occuring during a club sports event on campus, call CMU EMS ( 412.268.2323 ). For injuries that occur on or off campus, athletes should contact University Health Services ( 412.268.2157 ) for consultation. Athletes should report all injuries to the club sports coordinator and fill out the injury/incident report found at the bottom of the page.

Learn the difference between a Club Sport and a Recreational Club

Current Clubs

Sign-up on Tartan Connect for the club you participate for.

TEAM SPORTS
Badminton
Baseball

Basketball
Cross Country
Fencing
Figure Skating
Ice Hockey
Lacrosse (m)
Lacrosse (w)
Quadball
Roller Hockey
Rowing
Rugby
Alpine Racing & Freestyle
Soccer (m)
Soccer (w)
Squash
Swimming
Tennis
Ultimate Frisbee (m)
Ultimate Frisbee (w)
Volleyball (m)
Volleyball (w)
Water Polo (m)
Water Polo (w)

Check out our Club Sports Participant Manual for more details about the program

Forms:

Incident Report

Assumption of Risk/Waiver