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Club Sports and/or Physical Activity

Updated on 3/21/22

Sports Club activity will resume with in-person activities on February 7th, 2022. 

Reserving space on campus

Finding space in the community

Club Sports has a history of working with the local community for additional practice space. Here are some additional locations to consider: TC3 Field House, Ithaca College, SUNY Cortland, Cass Park, Stewart Park, YMCA (Ithaca + Cortland), Lansing Recreation Center, and more.

Health & safety protocols

Review current COVID-19 health and safety guides by the University, as well as any guidelines put in place by venues if participating off-campus/ 

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Cornell Recreational Services

  • Cornell Recreational Services offers a wide variety of fitness, wellness, sports, and open recreation activities for Cornell students, staff, faculty, retirees, and their spouses/partners. Through our broad-based programs, we try to promote a healthy and holistic lifestyle throughout the campus community.

Safety Training: Physical Activity Clubs

Each sports club must send two student officers to attend the Safety Training. This requirement along with completing club waivers must be done before a club can utilize its SAFC funding. The training is being facilitated by the Club Sports Council. 

Spring dates - a virtual training will be offered after Spring Break. Dates/times TBD.

Club Sports Training Materials

REAL Physical Activitiy Club Training 2021.pdf (4.02 MB)