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Player Packet

A hint about using forms referenced here: download and save forms to your own computer. You will be able to open, complete, edit, save and print forms on and from your own computer.

At the start of each academic year, club sport participants must complete a Player Packet and return it to the Office of Club Sports, which is located in Deas Hall 201/202. If you need help completing a form, we will be happy to provide assistance. You may use a telephone and/or fax machine in our office to contact a parent or guardian.

You are responsible for ensuring that your Player Packet is complete and accepted, and that you are eligible to participate.

Your team captain will receive periodic updates about player eligibility or you may contact the Office of Club Sports to check on your status.

Most club sports assess membership dues and all have out-of-pocket costs. The amount is set at the start of each semester by team leadership. Contact your team captain for details.

Dues and fees are not covered by OneCard. You may make payment with debit/credit card, cash or check (made out to your team). Dues and fees are collected in the Office of Club Sports: do not give your dues to any member of your team. Bring them to Deas Hall 201/202.

Before you may practice or compete, you must have a current and complete Player Packet on file in the Office of Club Sports, Deas Hall 201/202, and have paid your dues.

Team leadership has until 1200 on Mondays before a weekend event to submit a Request for Special Orders. If you have not met team and club sport deadlines, you will not be on these orders; you will not be added to these orders after Noon on Mondays. At the request of team leadership, you may be added to subsequent orders.


Player Packet

  1. Personal Data Sheet
  2. Authorization for Records Release
  3. Release of Liability
  4. Code of Conduct
  5. Concussion Protocol
  6. Proof of Health Insurance
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