- Intramural Sports
- Sport Clubs
- Outdoor Recreation
- Employee Recreation
Sport Clubs Community Service Incentive Program
The goal of the UNC Sport Clubs Community Service Incentive Program is to increase service participation and volunteer efforts in the local community, increase awareness about service organizations and opportunities, and to assist sport clubs with their fund raising efforts.
2013-2014 Program Offerings
PLAY After-school Recreation and Physical Activity Program (September - April)
Rameses Recycles (September - November)
Students Against Hunger Canned Food Drive (November)
UNC Hospitals Blood Platelet Drive (January - March)
2013 Rameses Recycles Information:
Rameses Recycles is broad-based effort to reduce waste and improve recycling at Carolina Athletic events. Rameses Recycles aims to:
- Reduce the amount of waste produced and landfilled during sporting events
- Enhance the game day experience
- Fulfill University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's commitment to sustainability (economic, environmental, and social)
- Recycling education to all attendees and Carolina fans
In Fall 2012, UNC Sport Clubs contributed 89 volunteers and 175 total hours towards the Rameses Recycles Program.
2013 UNC Home Football Schedule:
September 7: Middle Tennessee State, 12:30 pm, Sign-ups begin Friday, August 30, at 8:00 am
September 28: East Carolina, Time TBA, Sign-ups begin Thursday, September 12, at 8:00 am
Thursday, October 17: Miami, 7:30 pm, Sign-ups begin Thursday, October 3, at 8:00 am (Need 6 volunteers - BONUS Game: Earn $200/club)
October 26: Boston College, Time TBA, Sign-ups begin Thursday, October 10, at 8:00 am
November 9: Virginia, Time TBA, Sign-ups begin Thursday, October 24, at 8:00 am
November 23: Old Dominion, Time TBA, Sign-ups begin Thursday, November 7, at 8:00 am
November 30: Duke, Time TBA, Sign-ups begin Thursday, November 14, at 8:00 am (Need 6 volunteers - BONUS Game: Earn $200/club)
2013 - 2014 PLAY Program:
For the fourth consecutive year, UNC Sport Club student-athletes will participate in the PLAY program. PLAY (Promoting Lifelong Active Youth) is an afterschool recreation program for Orange County Middle School students. It is directed by a student intern, Moriah Glenn, and focuses on introducing new sports and recreational activies to area youth and promoting physical activity and exercise. Up to 18 different sport clubs visit the three Orange County middle schools between September and April engaging with students, promoting their sport, and having fun. Sport clubs earn $300 for their organization for fully participating in the program.
Clubs that are interested should attend a mandatory PLAY Informational Meeting on Tuesday, August 27th at 5:30 pm in Fetzer 106. Questions about the program can be directed to Moriah Glenn.
2013 Students Against Hunger Canned Food Drive:
In the past six years, UNC Sport Clubs has donated 23,162 pounds (almost 18,000 meals!) of food to the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina. This year's campaign begins on Monday, November 4 and continues through Friday, November 22. The program's goal for this year is 4,000 pounds.
2014 Blood Platelet Drive:
For nearly a decade, UNC Sport Clubs have partnered with UNC Hospitatls for an blood platelet drive. Over the past six years, there have been 1,146 donors, and clubs continue to compete against one another to see who can provide the most donors in a given year. The drive typically last from January through mid-April. More information on this year's drive will be availble in December.