Frequently Asked Questions
Membership in UO Club Sports is open to all incidental fee-paying students of the University of Oregon. UO faculty and staff can participate in clubs that do not have intercollegiate eligibility requirements.
To join a club, create an account on Org Sync and find the club you are interested in.
All club members must complete a Club Sports Registration Form to be an active club member.
Membership dues vary for each club. Higher dues can be expected for club sports that require a lot of equipment, special facilities, and plan to travel frequently. Some clubs do not collect any dues. Fundraising efforts will help reduce out of pocket expenses for members.
Generally, annual member dues range from $0-$1000.00 per year.
Clubs are funded through the following means:
• Student incidental fees
• Club fundraising projects
• Club dues or membership fees
• Some out-of-pocket expenses
No. There is no minimum athletic skill level required for participation. Many clubs recruit beginners and teach them the basics of a new sport.
The program reviews new club requests club sport if there is sufficient student interest/participation in the sport, and facilities to support the activity.
There are several factors to take into consideration when forming a new club such as gaining interest, start-up costs, practice location, etc. A club must have a Club President and Treasurer.
The Club Sports Manual [pdf] contains information to aid club coordinators, coaches, and members of Club Sports teams in the administration of their programs.
1. Club Proposal-1-2 page summary of your club idea
Once you have prepared drafts of the above documents, email the Clubhouse to schedule a new club advising session.
Commonly used fields and venues
Turf and Grass Fields
The turf fields are located in between the Student Recreation Center and Hayward Field. Grass fields are towards 18th St. from the Turf Fields.
Riverfront Field is across Franklin Blvd from campus, West of the ramp to the Autzen footbridge.