Important Information for Sport Club Participants

Spectator Policy

• OUTDOORS: Visiting spectators are permitted to attend outdoor club athletic events. We ask that all spectators remain in the stands and maintain proper distance (6+ feet) from the competitors during games. 
• INDOORS: Only visiting Sport Club competitors and designated coaching/medical staff will be allowed onto campus for indoor Princeton Club Athletic events. Visiting spectators are NOT permitted entry.

Undergraduate Student Travel

All Sport Club Travel must be approved at least two weeks in advance of travel by the Sport Club Office.  Submission of a travel form or Concur Event Request does not constitute approval.

Sport Clubs making day trips or not staying overnight must also complete the Sport Club Travel Request Form

All club leaders must know the policy requirements for Undergraduate Student Travel. Please read and follow the instructions on the Undergraduate Students, Princeton Travel and Expense website.

For international travel, please see Student International Travel Resources
*Due to COVID-19 precautions - university sponsored Sport Club international travel will be prohibited during the 2021-2022 academic year.*

Ad-Hoc Risk Management Committee

Please read the report from our Ad-Hoc Committee on Medical Support and Coverage for Sport Clubs

University Health Services Resources

University Health Services and Princeton University Athletic Medicine (PUAM) provide a variety of services to Princeton Sport Club Athletes.  Please visit the PUAM website for information on:

  • Rehabilitation and Injury Prevention
  • Sports Nutrition
  • Wellness Resources
  • Additional Helpful Information

Early Arrival Information for Students

The University is committed to upholding existing early arrival and early housing policies in a consistent manner. Only those students who meet the criteria described below will be considered eligible for early arrival.

Undergraduates who are not participating in an official University pre-orientation or orientation program and been pre-approved for early return, may return to campus during specified hours, beginning the first day of general Move-In.

  • Students approved for early arrival will receive an e-mail confirming the approved arrival date. Students should plan to arrive on campus during regular business hours or during specified hours.
  • Students who return to campus prior to the approved early arrival date or September 10 must make arrangements to stay off-campus at their own expense. On-campus housing will not be available.

Undergraduates who are participating in an official University pre-orientation or orientation program will have early housing contingent upon approval of the activity and return date. The department /office sponsor of the pre-orientation and orientation program must request pre-approval. The EAPC will notify all sponsors and participants of their approved early arrival date.

Group sponsors should contact the EAPC for more information. Individual students who are not part of a group requesting an exemption to the general arrival date, must be pre-approved and will be notified in writing.