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Club Sports

Goal: Help respective members of each team and teams as a whole experience and learn more about the local Morgantown community in which they live, play, and study. Club Sports believes that members volunteer in honor of the Mountaineer spirit to help one another and the community at large. 

Club Sports at WVU also knows that participation in community service provides opportunities for students to practice core skills such as leadership, communication, organization, and management. Service is also a way to bond Club Sport teams together as ONEWVU and provides fun and engaging opportunities for players to get to know one another and members from other teams. 

Service Guidelines & Requirements:
  • Each member of each team needs to complete eight (8) hours of service per academic year.
  • Hours must be tracked in WVU's iServe system, and service activities must be approved in the iServe syste
  • While all teams are strongly encouraged to complete service hours as a group (whole team when possible), it is acceptable to utilize individual hours to count toward the team requirement. Any hours completed for a sanction from Residence Life or Student Conduct will not be eligible to meet the Club Sport requirement.  Follow this link to find needs accepting team sign-ups. 
  • The Center for Service and Learning is available to work with team leaders at any time to assist in finding service opportunities or planning team service projects. Please contact  Leah Cunningham for assistance in planning any a team service project.
If you are completing service as a club with an organization or event not listed in iServe, please contact Andrew Facemire for assistance. or questions about the requirements, please contact Bruce Brubaker.
    For questions about using iServe please contact the CSL staff at iserve@mail.wvu.edu.

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