The UNO Sport Club program is part of the Office of Campus Recreation. All recognized UNO Sport Clubs belong to Campus Recreation and working together, strive to promote interest in a particular sport or activity. A club may be instructional, recreational, competitive, or any combination. Involvement in sport clubs is a voluntary effort to enhance your college experience and compliment your overall education. Members can enjoy their leisure time by engaging in a recreational or instructuional club, while others prefer to be competitive in a variety of team or individual sports. Whatever your reason for becoming involved, we look forward to your participation in UNO Sport Clubs.
|UNO Sport Clubs
The University of Nebraska at Omaha Sport Clubs promote student participation in a variety of physical and athletic activities, gives students opportunities to engage in these activities at various skill levels, contributes to the development of student leadership, and provides an avenue for peer connection within the club and with other campuses. Sport Clubs are strictly voluntary and involvement in a sport club can enhance a student’s college experience ultimately contributing to a student’s overall well-being. A Sport Club is a recognized Campus Recreation program, which exists to promote and develop interest and participation in a particular sport or physical activity. A club may be instructional, recreational, or competitive. Although Sport Clubs are recognized by Student Government, they are not part of the Student Organizations and Leadership Programs (SOLP) office.
|How to Join A Sport Club?
Interested individuals should visit/contact the UNO Campus Recreation office in HPER 100 to get information about joining a sport club or contact the club president. Click on the sport you're interested in on the left menu for more information. All currently enrolled UNO students are eligible to join a sport club.
|How to Start A New Sport Club?
Don't see the club you're interested in? Email Lisa at firstname.lastname@example.org or for more information. Or just stop by the Campus Recreation office in HPER 104.
Sport Club Contact Info:
Lisa Medina, Assistant Director Sports Clubs & Youth Programs
The Sport Club offices are located within UNO Campus Recretaion in the Health, Physical Education and Recretaion (HPER) Building, Room 104.