This is a newly formed club soccer team ran by Campus Rec. The purpose of the team is to give students who are not on the university’s team an opportunity to play in a highly competitive league.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) is a weekly campus ministry event that provides students, faculty, and staff an inviting atmosphere to fellowship and worship in. FCA’s goal is to plant the seeds of faith in every participant that attends. Weekly messages from area ministry leaders, students, faculty, and staff along with live music, create a faith based environment for any and all to enjoy. We also host cookouts and other various activities. You do NOT need to be an athlete to attend. Average attendance of 80 students per week.
Outdoor Adventure Club (CRIMP)
CRIMP provides structured and unstructured activities for students. We have fitness classes, intramural sports, bowling, and local outdoor adventure opportunities. The Nimocks Fitness Center has a basketball court, cardio equipment, and weights. CRIMP strives to provide students with opportunities to learn skills that will contribute to their physical, emotional, and intellectual growth.
Professional Tennis Management (PTM) Student Association
PTM Student Association is an activities club for anyone who is passionate about tennis on our campus. Members do not have to be PTM students. Our organization is to provide the students with enjoyable tennis activities and the opportunity to socialize with others that share their passion. Our goal is to have a positive impact on student retention by organizing events and programs for our members.
Mark Tarentino, (910) 630-7484, email@example.com
Student Athlete Advisory Committee
The Student Athlete Advisory Committee is a group associated with the Methodist University Athletic Department and comprised of only student-athletes representing each of our athletic programs. SAAC is in charge of running and maintaining various activities and community service events such as reading at local elementary schools, project play day, Special Olympics and our annual athletic awards banquet.
Qualifications: To be a member of the SAAC, a student must be an active member of one of our university’s athletic teams and be selected by the team to a representative.
Dave Eavenson, (910) 630-7396, firstname.lastname@example.org