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Officer's Corner

A successful Club Sport Officer knows and understands all Club Sport policies and procedures.

Forms are all available via shared Google Docs or through Survey Tools. Some hard copies are available in the Club Sport Office, Room 114 of the Malley Center.

What to Do with Completed Forms

If you are a Club Sports Officer, Team Member, or Prospective Team Member, and you have completed forms to turn in, please place them in the Club Sports Inbox. The inbox has a bright green label and is located on the wall (behind the door) in Room 114 of the Malley Center.

Do NOT turn in your completed forms to any place other than the Club Sports Inbox. You may NOT leave your Club Sports forms with the Malley Center Front Desk Staff. 

Emailing Forms

All forms can be emailed to as long as you have an updated version of Adobe Reader on your computer.
Make sure you open the file, download the Google Doc to your computer, fill out the form, and save it to your computer prior to sending it.

  • Informed Consent & Release of Liability
  • Conduct Guidelines
  • ImPACT testing (sign up on this google doc for your test time - note tabs at bottom for different date options) All members of Club Sport teams must complete ImPACT within 60 days of the start of the fall quarter. After the fall quarter- all new members who join must set up an appointment with the Assistant Director or club sport student coordinator to complete the ImPACT baseline prior to any Club Sport participation. To set up an individual appointment e-mail with all the times you are open for at least an hour to take the test. Any team members sustaining a concussion must take a post-concussion ImPACT test three to five days post injury.
  • Prospective team members are not eligible to participate with a team in any practices or games until all forms are submitted online, reviewed by the Club Sports Office, and the student’s name is listed on the team’s official roster. Please check with the team President to find out if you have been listed as okay to participate on the team’s official roster.


As a Jesuit and Catholic University, SCU embraces sustainability through environmental stewardship, education, and service which furthers its mission to act as a voice of reason, conscience, and service to society.

One way you can make a difference is to take the Campus Recreation Hoofprint Challenge. To help us off-set please make a pledge of the things that you will be willing to change to be more sustainable in energy, water, and waste conservation. The document is a Google Form, and your YES answers are your pledges. You can pledge for one quarter, all three quarters, or the entire year.

Hoofprint Challenge 2016-2017

To find out more about how your pledge makes a difference, please check out Campus Recreation Sustainability website here.