Intramural sports provides exercise, recreation, competition, and fun to all participants in a relaxed, yet structured environment. However, keeping the thrill of competition within its limits and placing emphasis on having fun, good sportsmanship, and fair play are all values on UNO Intramural sports.
To be eligible to participate in the intramural sports program, the student, undergraduate or graduate, must be enrolled at UNO for a minimum of one credit hour, while the part-time or full-time faculty/staff member must purchase a current Campus Recreation membership. Spouses of students, faculty, and staff members may participate provided they purchase a Campus Recreation membership.
Sport Clubs 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 instructional club, while others prefer to be competitive in a variety of team or individual sports.
- Bass Fishing
- Trap & Skeet
- Men's Volleyball
- Women's Volleyball
- Dance Ensemble
- Ultimate Frisbee
Interested individuals should contact the UNO Campus Recreation office at 402.554.2859 or visit the Sport Clubs office in HPER 104 to get information about joining a sport club or contacting a club president. All currently enrolled UNO students are eligible to join a sport club.
Outdoor Venture Center
The Outdoor Venture Center (OVC) challenges participants to reach beyond their perceived personal limits physically, mentally and socially. It fosters appreciation for the natural environment, develops leadership abilities, and encourages relationship growth.
The OVC offers a variety of adventure activities for the UNO community and the general public. The OVC includes a state of the art climbing wall, rental center, and organizes between fifteen and twenty trips and workshops each semester, ranging from local workshops to advanced overnight trips in activities such as rock climbing, paddling, hiking, camping, skiing and biking.
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