Club sports are student-led organizations which provide leadership and athletic opportunities for Augusta University.
Club Sports are recognized by Student Life & Engagement and are a part of Campus Recreation. All club sports teams are voluntary and involvement is aimed at enhancing the student experience at Augusta University. Campus Recreation acts as staff advisors and club liaisons to help facilitate the process and offer support. Campus Recreation advocates for sports clubs and helps with expenses and programming. Club Sports are expected to meet, comply, and follow all policies put in place by Campus Recreation and Augusta University.
How are clubs funded?
Club sports teams are primarily funded by dues, fundraisers, sponsors, donations and allocations from the Campus Recreation department.
A club may be instructional, recreational and/or competitive in nature. They don't have the demands that are associated with university varsity athletic teams.
Participants play other colleges and universities but are not part of NCAA or Peach Belt Conference. The club practices and games are determined by club officers. Club Sports do NOT require a full year commitment.
Varsity Sports participants must follow NCAA and Peach Belt conference rules and regulations. Travel is MANDATORY and practices and are required to play other universities. The teams require a full-time commitment.
Participants play in recreational leagues played between Augusta University students. Intramural league teams do not require travel or practice. "Seasons" last 3-8 weeks.
|Jag Elite (Dance Team)||On Campus||Yes||Yes|
Jag Elite is a dance team at Augusta University. Jag Elite will be entering into their 3rd year on campus. In the past two years they have been successful in developing a dance team at Augusta University. They preform at the halftime of basketball games, help cheer on the Jags with the AU Cheerleaders, and are also involved in the local community.