Q. Who is eligible to play in the Campus Rec Program?
A. All currently enrolled San Jac Central students taking at least 1 credit hour. San Jac Central faculty and staff are also eligible to participate.
Q. How do I sign up to play?
A. Simply click the sign up now link to begin the registration process.
Q. What if I want to enter a team?
A. All team members must be current San Jac Central Students, click the register now link to begin the registration process.
Q. Where are the Campus Rec fields located?
A. All Campus Rec fields are located within Central Campus. The flag football field is located in the track stadium. Softball field is located between the tennis courts and golf course. Basketball and volleyball courts are located in Anders Gym(Central Campus). Open gym nights are as follows: Tuesday night in the Aux Gym #156 and Wednesday night in the Main Gym #100. Open Gym hours are 5-9pm each Tues/Wed night.
Q. Do I need my San Jac Student ID to participate?
A. YES, you need to bring your Student ID to each game or you will not permitted to play. If you forget your ID you can be given a One –Time Pass.
If a participant forgets their ID, they may play in one (1) contest without it during the season. They must sign the One-Time Pass List prior to playing.
If a participant forgets his/her ID and they have already signed the Pass List, then they may NOT play until proper ID is shown.
Q. Where are game schedules located?
A. All schedules and game times are located on the Campus Rec master calendar, Campus Rec bulletin board, and Campus Rec Facebook page.
Q. Is there insurance if I get hurt while playing in Campus Rec?
A. No, there is no insurance offered by the college. You play at your own risk.
Q. Does Campus Rec participation count as college credit for the Physical Education requirements for my degree?
A. No, participating in the Campus Rec Program will NOT count toward any P.E. credits. Campus Rec participation is voluntary and will not result in any college credit gained.
Q. Is Campus Rec considered a varsity sport or a part of a varsity athletic program?
A. No, Campus Rec is not a varsity sport and is not associated with any varsity athletic program. According to NJCAA rules, participation in Campus Rec may count against those who may have some years of eligibility for varsity athletics remaining.