The purpose of the Rec Sports Advisory Council is to serve as an advisory group for the Coordinator of Campus Recreation–Competitive Sports and the Department of Campus Recreation. The Council assists in the development, management and review of Rec Sports programs and policies.
The Council will meet at least once each quarter and will also conduct emergency meetings as needed. If you are interested in serving on the Rec Sports Advisory Council, please visit the Advisory Council page.
There will no longer be entry fees charged to captains of each sport. Every participant will now be required to purchase a Rec Sports ONE pass to participate.
Lockers and locks may be checked out from the Equipment Room in the ARC. In addition, a limited amount of equipment such as basketballs and volleyballs may be checked out for daily use at the ARC Equipment Room.
On days when weather is questionable, please contact our office (530.752.1730 or Rec Sports) after 4 p.m. to get updated information. If there is no announcement, all games will be played as scheduled. We will also try to email captains if games are postponed for the night. Please visit our Recreation Facility page for up-to-date status on our fields.
To reduce the risk of exposure to the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and the Hepatitis B virus (HBV), any Rec Sports participant involved in a contact sport with a bleeding wound or blood stained clothing will be removed from competition. Injured participants may return to competition with approval of the sport supervisor or official once the wound has been treated and/or the blood stained clothing removed. Employees of the Rec Sports Office are not equipped/trained to treat such wounds; therefore, it is the responsibility of the participant to secure proper treatment.
The Rec Sports Office does NOT provide insurance for individuals participating in the program. All participants are encouraged to have health insurance coverage in place before participating in the program.
It is the responsibility of all Rec Sports participants to ascertain whether their own health conditions make it advisable to participate in a particular sport. The university cannot assume this responsibility.
The Department of Campus Recreation may from time to time photograph or videotape program participants and recreational users of department facilities and use these photographs or videotapes in its promotional materials. Unless informed otherwise at the time a participant registers for a Campus Recreation program, the department will presume that consent to be photographed or videotaped has been given by facility and program users.
For more information, please view our Refund Policies.
Registration information will be updated soon.