Student Affairs

This month in Campus Rec: Sign up for intramural sports and adventure trips


Note: Students enrolled in at least six or more credit hours on main campus in the Fall semester automatically hold Campus Recreation memberships, which directly impacts the holistic experience and connects students with programs, people and experiences to reach fitness and wellness goals. If taking less than six credit hours, memberships are available for purchase.

With the calendar turning to September, Campus Rec is off to a busy start to the Fall semester. Check out the information below to learn how students can get involved.

Intramural Sports

• Signups open for both flag football and pickleball on Sept. 11. The flag season runs from Sept. 17-Oct. 12, while pickleball starts on the same date and ends Oct. 22. Visit the Campus Recreation member portal and select ‘Sport Programs’ to register.

• Grass volleyball is already underway, with indoor soccer, kickball and battleship signups coming later in the semester.

Fall Adventure Trips and Clinics

Clemson Outdoor Recreation and Education (CORE) maintains an active schedule of programming for students each semester.

• SUPs and S’mores is scheduled for 6-9 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 29. This event provides students a chance to enjoy time operating stand up paddleboards on Lake Hartwell, followed by a bonfire and tasty treats.

• Other fall events at Andy Quattlebaum Outdoor Education Center (Andy’s) include bike maintenance clinics, art and film nights.

• Registration links are available as events and clinics are added. Email CORE for more information.

Hours of Operation

• Campus Rec maintains state-of-the-art facilities, including Swann Fitness Center at Fike, Douthit Hills Fitness Center and the Snow Family Outdoor Fitness and Wellness Complex.

• Standard hours of operation are different for each Campus Rec facility, often times within specific areas in the same venue (e.g. Andy’s and the Championship Field at Snow).

• Follow Campus Rec on social media for up-to-date facility closures or adjusted hours of operation.

Student Employment

• Campus Rec employs hundreds of undergraduate and graduate students each semester and is one of Clemson’s primary providers of experiential learning.

• Students serve in a wide range of capacities, including equipment specialists, adventure trip leaders, fitness instructors, game officials, facility operations and much more.

• Refer to Campus Rec’s student employment page to learn more.