The Sport Clubs program at Iowa State University has a long and proud tradition. Our student-led clubs offer a way for Iowa State students to engage in activities that they enjoy while competing locally, regionally and nationally. Sport clubs are open to all Iowa State students and a great way to try something new!

What Is A Sport Club?

Sport clubs are groups of students and faculty/staff that have interests in a specific sport. Sport Clubs provide competition at specialized levels, participation in tournaments and opportunities to practice a sport with people who have the same interests.

What Can A Sport Club Do For Me?

Iowa State University’s Sport Club Program is designed to serve individual interests in the different sport club activities and is student-oriented in every respect. The Sport Club Program is created for the students and by the students, under the supervision of the sport club coordinator and the Sport Club Council.

How Do Sport Clubs Develop?

At Iowa State University, a sport club usually develops when several students express a desire to participate in a particular sport activity. Each club has officers, a constitution, keep records, charges dues, may receive GSB funds, according to requirements, has regular meetings and usually has practice sessions or special events. Each club elects one person to be a representative to the Sport Club Council. The council deals primarily with budget decisions, promotion and policy and scheduling problems.

Where Can I Get More Information?

Call 294-4980, or come to 1180 State Gym for more information on clubs. Names and phone numbers of the club presidents and faculty advisors are also available here in our Sport Clubs directory.