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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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Injury Reporting

Emergency Protocol

It is important that injuries sustained during a club sport practice or event get reported to the Club Sports Office. If someone on your club gets injured, please get follow up treatment on campus and report the injury in the following manner.

For urgent injuries, refer to the Emergency Card and contact the Manager of Club Sports immediately if someone gets transported to the hospital.

If you, or someone from your team sustains a non-life threatening injury while participating in a club sport activity, please fill out the injury report form.

Documents & Forms
Emergency Cards Download Cards
Injury Report Form Online Form

Additional Resources

MIT Medical

Urgent Care is open every day from 8am-8pm. This should not be used in lieu of emergency services, but it’s probably the quickest way to get connected to a medical professional in a non-emergency situation.

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MIT Together

This site connects you to a variety of resources, both academically related and personally related.

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