The Sports Club program is designed to serve individual interests in different sports and recreational activities. These interests range from the very competitive sports clubs that travel and play intercollegiate competition to the recreational and instructional clubs that conduct activities such as basic skill development, and intra-club tournament play. All clubs will strive to enhance and promote the element of good sportsmanship, the well-being derived from physical activity and the socialization aspect of their sport.
Sport Club Manual (pdf)
All other forms can be found and are to be filled out by student officers at Longwood's Lancer Link.
Subject to individual sport club governing agencies, students, faculty and staff who have a current identification card may enjoy membership in clubs Sport Clubs.
No student, faculty or staff will be allowed to practice, travel or play in any club sport without personal health insurance. Each participant must complete a waiver before any activity takes place. Waivers are completed on Lancer Link. Faculty and staff are eligible for associate memberships with the ability to engage in unofficial competitions and games, as well as, any non-competitive recreational activities unless deemed otherwise by their sports governing agency. Each club is organized and run by students under the supervision of an advisor, in collaboration with the Associate Director of Campus Recreation. Emphasis is placed on student leadership opportunities and involvement.
Coordinated by the Associate Director of Campus Recreation, the purpose of the Council will be for the Presidents to recognize, understand and follow the policies and procedures that exist in order for the Club Sport to be a recognized organization by the University.
All Sports Club Presidents and Advisors will be responsible for registering the club with the University Center which is done on Lancer Link. One officer from each club is required to attend the monthly Sport Club Council meetings. Any officer who attends the meetings can be a part of the Sport Club Council.