Includes a variety of team and individual/dual sports. These are structured activities for which there is a formal sign-up procedure, a schedule to follow, supervision/officiating and a declared champion at the conclusion of competition. In order to meet the needs of all students, some sports are offered as single or double elimination tournaments, while many others are offered in a league format. When possible, teams/individuals are scheduled for at least five league games whether they win or lose. In most cases, all teams advance to a playoff tournament if they do not forfeit twice in league play. Competition in most sports is offered at highly competitive (all-school) and recreational (just-for-fun) levels for men and women, as well as co-recreational activities.
Sport clubs are student and faculty/staff interest groups in a particular activity. All sport clubs are funded by the Mandatory Student Activity Fee but operate under the auspices of Recreational Sports. Contact the assistant director of recreational sports for information on active clubs or possibly starting a new one.
Involves unstructured, informal use of the recreational facilities. Activities include basketball, racquetball/squash, swimming, Game Room games, jogging/running/walking, working out in the cardio/weight area, soccer, tennis, table tennis, volleyball, badminton and rock wall/bouldering wall.
Available during Open Recreation hours in the Student Life Center. Items include basketballs, volleyballs, rackets, jerseys, etc.
Offers instruction and opportunity for participation in Thai-Jitsu and Washin-Ryu karate programs for students, faculty/staff spouses/partners/dependents of faculty/staff and alumni who are current members of the Student Life Center.
This program is managed though the fitness component of our Recreational Sports Program. A variety of classes (currently 45 classes/week) are offered in our group exercise studio in the Student Life Center. The program is offered for $30/semester to students and $50 for faculty/staff/dependents.
This program encompasses multiple facets, including an Outdoor Gear Rental Center, Trip Planning Resource Area, Tripping Program, Community Bike Program, Workshop Series and a Climbing/Bouldering Wall.
Located in the Student Life Center, right down the hall from Fuel.
Approximately 250 students work as building supervisors, activity area supervisors, intramural officials, fitness and aerobics instructors, office workers, lifeguards, and more. Visit studentjobs.cortland.edu to view and apply for all available positions. For most positions, no previous experience is necessary, and there are opportunities for students on College Work-Study and temporary service.