The club sports program at the University of Rochester is one of the most active and largest club sports programs in the nation. Club sports are formed as all-inclusive organizations in which participants can learn new skills, improve existing skills, engage in competition, or enjoy recreational and social fellowship.
Each organization at the University of Rochester is classified as either competitive or recreational based on its level of activity and scope. The student leadership of each organization is responsible for forming, developing, governing, and leading the student membership of that particular sport.
Wilson Commons Student Activities, in conjunction with the Department of Athletics and Recreation and Students’ Association Government, administer and assist over 40 registered club sports, representing more than 1,100 active members.
Competitive organizations include those sports engaging in periodical competition against other universities to work toward or qualify for national or regional competition. This includes club sports in an established league, working toward post-season play, or participating in bid tournaments in which they must qualify.
|Alpine Ski||Badminton||Baseball||M Basketball||W Basketball||Equestrian|
|Field Hockey||M Hockey||M Lacrosse||W Lacrosse||Quidditch||M Rugby|
|W Rugby||Sailing||Softball||M Soccer||W Soccer||W Squash|
|Tennis||M Ultimate Frisbee||W Ultimate Frisbee||M Volleyball||W Volleyball||Water Polo|
Recreational organizations include those sports focused primarily on instruction, internal competition, or off-campus non-competitive play.
|Hatha Yoga||Kendo||Outing||Rec Ski||Rock Climbing||Roundnet|
|Running||Shotokan||Table Tennis||Tae Kwon Do||Tai Chi||Wrestling|
Club Sports Leadership
Laura Mendomo Mvomo
Club Sports Manual
|Overview of Club Sports||Club Sport Membership||Risk Management|
|Organization Conduct||Administrative||Hiring Process for Coaches|
|Club Sports Resources||Reservations for Facility Use||Travel|
|Competitive Club Sports||Finances|