Consider this your club’s to-do list.
Below you will find the Club Sports Handbook and other policies. If you have question or need clarification on any of our policies, please contact your advisor as soon as possible.
In addition, you’ll see all of the BU Club Sports forms that your club may need to submit throughout the year. Most forms can be submitted electronically (via an online form or email submission), but some must be filled out and delivered by hand to your advisor.
Along with Club Sports specific policies, participants are bound by general university policy which can be found here.
- Club Sport Handbook 20-21
All players should be advised to read through the Club Sports Handbook. Remember, some polices may change throughout the year, so please check back to this page for initial guidance on managing your team.
- Club Sports Van Travel Policies
All Club Sports participants should read the policies for using and traveling in Club Sports vans.
- PERD Parking Arrangement Babcock-Agganis
All van drivers should familiarize themselves with these parking guidelines.
- Online Team Store – Best Practices
Teams hosting online team stores should consult this document for tips on how to run a successful campaign. Click here to go to the online store website.
- Lucid Travel How To This is a guide on how to book hotels for your team through your team’s Lucid Travel account.
Boston University requires licenses for products featuring our name, logos, and other marks as a way to preserve our reputation as a center of academic excellence and outstanding athletic performance. For more information about the BU’s Trademark Policy please click here.
This list will outline those vendors which have received licensing approval from the university. All CUSTOM Club Sports apparel produced by Club Sport teams should be done only by vendors on this list. If your item does NOT include BU logos – you do NOT need to adhere to this list. Please consult the Club Sports handbook for full purchasing instructions. If you have any questions, please reach out to your advisor.
Return To Testing Form (LfA)
Complete this form if you are a club sport student-athlete that is now returning to the University’s testing cadence.
Complete and deliver to the CSBO along with your deposit.
Check Request Form
Complete and submit to your advisor. Must be accompanied by proper backup documentation (W9, quote, official league/tournament communication, referee payment form, etc).
Community Service Report Form
Fill out and submit this form when your team completes a community service event. Submit at least 2 photos (1 group picture) to your adviser via email.
Purchase Request Form
Complete and submit (along with quote) to your advisor. Please remember, there is a 10-day deadline on purchase requests.
Online Payment Request Form
Submit this form if your team wishes to collect money via MyFitRec. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org AFTER submitting this form to let him know you have submitted.
Cash Advance Form
Cash advances are given to teams under select circumstances. Please contact your advisor to discuss your need.
Van Travel Request Form
Complete and submit this form to email@example.com. The Club Sports Office will make every effort to accommodate your request; however, please note that PERD van usage is in high demand and we may not be able to accommodate all requests.
Travel Itinerary Template
Complete and submit to your advisor via email, or deliver to the CSBO when picking up van keys.
This form is to be completed by new vendors and submitted either directly to your advisor by the vendor, or along with your Purchase Order or Check Request Form.
Official/Referee Payment Form
To be completed by game officials and a team representative and submitted to the CSBO along with the Check Request Form and a W-9.
Facility Request Form
Complete and submit this form to your advisor via email two weeks or more prior to hosting an event in which participants are nonmembers of the University.
Design Request Form
Complete and submit this form to your advisor (not to Kris Covarrubias as it says on the form) when your team needs something designed from our department artists (such as tickets)
Club Sports Flier
Use this template when you would like to create approved team flyers
Creating Your Club Web Page
Getting the word out about your team is important. Follow our guidelines to create your team web page to showcase photos and events and inform people about your team, roster, and schedule.
Twitter and Facebook Branding Guidelines
We want you tweeting and posting, just make sure to follow the rules and do it right!
Club Sports Logo Slick
Before you design any gear for your Club, you must review the guidelines.
Club Sport Proposal Guidelines
Wanna start a Club Sport? Start with this guide.