Club Sports FAQs

The Georgetown University Club Sports Program is a unique campus experience emphasizing recreational-participation opportunities, student development, and leadership activities. 

Club Sports are strictly voluntary, student-managed, and offer activities that are recreational, instructional, and competitive, in nature. Club Sports often compete with club sports from other universities and have dedicated practice times, seasons, and dues.

There are over 35 clubs to choose from! Explore the Club Sports Directory and click on a club’s link to get current information.

Each club has different procedures for becoming a member. Some have tryouts, whereas others have open practices throughout the year.

Therefore, the best way to get involved with the club(s) you are interested in is to contact the club directly to get more information on when their club practices and meets. Another way to get involved is by visiting the different club booths that are set up during the Council of Advisory Boards (CAB) Fair, which takes place at the beginning of each semester. All club contact information can be found in the Club Sports Directory.

The commitment level varies depending on the club and their level of competition. Many clubs compete on the state, regional, and national levels, while others rarely compete. For more information, please contact the club directly. All club contact information can be found in the Club Sports Directory.

We encourage all students interested in starting a club to pursue the New Club Development (NCD) process outlined on the Start a Club page. The process takes a minimum of one semester.

Questions about Club Sports? Please contact the Club Sports Program Coordinator.