Club sports are fairly new at Indiana Tech as we enter our third year of the programs history. Currently, we are in the process of building a strong and desirable club program for all students who wish to be involved. All programs are coed and offered to any active Tech student who wishes to be a part of any certain club. Entering our third year as a program, we now offer Basketball, Ultimate Frisbee and League of Legends to the entire student body. All clubs are looking for students who have a passion and drive to be a part of a team and play in a competitive atmosphere against other universities and colleges.
Club Sports Handbook
All those who wish to participate in club sports must abide by all Club Handbook procedures. It is very important that each member of a club sport read the entire handbook and follow each rule and procedure. This is to ensure each member’s safety and enjoyment. Each club member must sign the handbook agreement form below.
The course of a club season can bring a series of expenses for a competitive team. To help offset these general costs, each team will have the opportunity to raise money through a fundraising event. The fundraising event must be approved by the university before the event can take place. Please make sure that you submit a fundraising interest form and set up an appointment with the intramural and recreation coordinator before any event is set.
Clubs will not be forced to have a fundraising event, but it is highly suggested to help cut the cost of club fees.
- Bake sale
- Team-run tournaments
- Car wash
- Lemonade stand
- Garage sale
Each club member must meet certain requirements. This is to ensure that the club sports program is abiding by all University and NAIA rules and regulations. If a student does not meet one of the requirements, that person will not be allowed to participate in any club functions until they have met the standards put in place.
- Must be a current Indiana Tech Student enrolled in at least 12 credit.
- Must hold a minimum GPA of 2.0.
- Must sign and agree to the handbook agreement form.
- Must participate in a community service project.
- Cannot be a current Indiana Tech student-athlete.
There are certain costs that must be met to help keep an active and successful club team. Club fees can fluctuate based on the type of costs the club deems necessary for the entire year. Our goal is to keep the club fee as reasonable as possible for students. Until the club fee is paid, students will not be allowed to participate in any club activities.
- Tournament costs