NMU Club Sports
The NMU Club Sport Program is the administrative body for all club sport teams that have been approved by NMU Recreational Sports. The Club Sport Program was created to bridge the gap that often exists between intramural sports and intercollegiate athletics. Each club is formed, developed, governed and led by the student membership of that club working in unison with the Rec Sports department staff. The key to the success of any club and the program overall is the interest, active involvement and dedicated leadership of the students who participate. Club Sports are guided by the rules and regulations governing all NMU students, as well as the guidelines established by the Recreational Sports department. All club sports participants must also follow the guidelines of the Club Sport Program Handbook.
Membership costs vary from team to team, as do the time and length of each club’s season. Some travel is required of team members, as club sports play teams at other universities. Most of the squads are open to all interested NMU students, although some of the teams have minimum skills requirements that must be met to participate and/or tryouts.
The availability of club sport team offerings changes each year based on student interest.
For Club Sport questions or information, contact the Rec Sports office at 906-227-2519.
For current club sport participants – to set up a meeting with the Club Sport Coordinator, please call the Rec Sports office at 906-227-2519.
In regards to Club Sport web pages or updating photographs, please contact the Rec Sports office at the number above.
Club Team Contacts
Important Documents for Current Clubs
- Sport Club Registration Form - every team must complete this form (yearly) to be recognized as a club sport.
- Waiver Form - every athlete must complete and return to Rec Sports prior to first competition.
- Coach Code of Conduct Form - every volunteer coach must complete and return to Rec Sports.
- Travel Form - each team needs to complete a travel form for each weekend that they are out of town.
- Injury Report Form - must be turned in to the Rec Sports Office, PEIF 126, and given to the Sport Club Coordinator.
- cdc.gov website - Heads Up Concussion Training site - you will find the Heads Up Concussion Training link on this page
- Concussion Fact Sheet for Coaches/Club Officers - Please report any diagnosed concussions to the Rec Sports Office
Important Telephone Numbers
- Tricia Bush, Director of Campus Recreation – Sport Club Coordinator, 227-1692
- Stacy Busch, Secretary, 227-2519
- NMU Public Safety Emergency, dial 911
- Non-Emergency 227-2151
Injury Evaluation & Care Clinic
- Call to make an appointment 906-227-2174
- Link to full hours and information, click here.