Update July 2, 2020: Despite Prince George's County entering the Phase 2 of reopening protocols, RecWell facilities are NOT scheduled to reopen at this time. RecWell continues to follow the direction of University health officials in determining a schedule for reopening.
The Adventure Program is now offering curbside outdoor equipment rental. For more details visit: go.umd.edu/outdoorequipment
Reopening plans will be shared on the following website as they become available. recwell.umd.edu/keepmoving
Community & Leadership Through Sports
Club sports are student organizations, recognized by the Student Government Association (SGA). The Club Sports staff of University Recreation & Wellness (RecWell), oversees and advises all club sports.
Clubs offer opportunities for developing friendships, building leadership skills, learning a new sport, improving existing sport skills, and practicing. Many clubs compete at various levels against other universities, both on a regional and national level.
Check out the club directory for our list of clubs! You will also find contact information for the club and how to join!
While there may be league or conference restrictions on who may participate, the following individuals are eligible to join:
- Currently enrolled UMD undergraduate students
- Currently enrolled UMD graduate students
- Currently employed UMD faculty and staff
- Current members of the Maryland Alumni Association (no more than 10% of the Club roster may be Alumni)
University Affiliates and Shady Grove students are not eligible to join a club sport team. Competitive eligibility is based on each team's governing body regulations.
Clubs do not discriminate based on race, religion, color, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, personal appearance, age, national origin, political affiliation or physical or mental disability.
If you are interested in joining a sport club , the first step is to email the appropriate club contact for additional information. You might consider asking them about club culture, team organization, and social opportunities, as well as details like practice times, locations, and fees. In addition, most clubs have websites and/or social media sites which are accessible through the club directory.
Participants who joing a team during the open enrollment period (first month of each semester) will be able to do so online. Participants can also show up to a club’s practice or attend an informational meeting during the open enrollment period. For information on practices times and locations contact the Club Sports Office at 301-226-5500 or email@example.com.
The open enrollment period for each semester is:
FALL: First Day of Class – October 1
SPRING: First Day of Class – March 1
After the open enrollment period has ended, students may only join a club by coming to the Club Sports Office located on Level 0 of the Eppley Recreation Center, Room 0121.
Members who join outside the open enrollment period will not be able to travel with the club for 1 week.
The Club Sports Office is located on Level 0 of the Eppley Recreation Center, Room 0121.
Monday: 11:30 am - 5:00 pm
Tuesday: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wednesday: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Friday: 10:00 am - 3:30 pm
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