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COVID-19 Impacts on Club Sports

Update: Sunday March 15th
As of Friday, March 13th, all on-campus and off-campus Club Sport practices, games, and events will be suspended for the rest of the spring semester. Additionally, MIT and DAPER have made the difficult decision to close our facilities as of Monday 3/16 at 3:00pm. This was not an easy decision to make by any means, but it was deemed necessary to prevent the spread of this.

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At the end of each academic year, the leaders of each club will have the opportunity to meet with the CSC in order to evaluate the health of the club. The purpose of this meeting will be to ensure that the club has the resources it needs to be sustainable. Each club must fill out an assessment tool prior to its meeting with the CSC.

The assessment tool is comprised of the following four categories of focus.  Within each category, there are a series of questions to gauge how well a club is operating or whether there are elements of concern.

Categories of Focus
1. Supervision (Instructors/Coaches)
2. Officer Structure
3. Student Interest/Membership
4. Financial Stability

The club assessment form can be found here (coming soon).

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