Sport Clubs offer participants a wide range of recreational, instructional and competitive teams to bridge the gap between Intramural Sports and Intercollegiate Athletics. Argos with similar interests form official teams and are offered the chance to practice and compete at a specialized level.
All Sport Club teams are managed by students. Under the direction of the Graduate Assistant of Sport Clubs in Recreation, clubs are given the opportunity to shape their own unique atmosphere. Membership for any sport club is open to all currently enrolled University of West Florida students.
Joining a UWF Sport Club
If you are interested in joining a UWF sport club, you must email the club president. Each club president's information can be found on the club's individual webpage. If you are wanting to join a new club that does not have a webpage yet, you can contact the Competitive Sports office. The office will get you in contact with the Club President Additionally, all UWF students, faculty, and staff who are interested in participating in a sport club must be registered with IMLeagues. If you need help registering with IMLeagues, visit Online Registration Instructions.
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Starting a Sport Club
UWF students who have joined together to further their interest and enjoyment of a sport-related activity are encouraged to become a UWF Sport Club.
Registering with IMLeagues
Need help Registering in IMLeagues? Our Online Registration Instructions page will take you through the steps of registering with IMLeagues.
Membership and Organization
Learn about Sport Club participation, our Try-outs/Cuts Policy, and the roles of officers, advisors and coaches.
Sport Club Council
The Sport Club Council (SCC) is the governing body of the UWF Sport Club program. Learn how you can become a member of the SCC.
Sport Club Handbook
It is the responsibility of each sport club member and participant to be aware and in full understanding of the information included in the Sport Club Handbook.
Forms and Resources
It is the responsibility of each sport club member and participant to submit the proper forms related to their Sport Club activities.
Please contact the Competitive Sports office for any questions, concerns or if you are interested in more information.