Sports Club

Tier & Point System

How does it work?
All Sport Clubs are placed into a tier based on the total amount of points accumulated in the previous academic year and their overall standing with the program. The tiers range from Tier One to Tier Four with Tier One receiving the highest budget allocation. Clubs are earning points in the current academic year of 2015-2016 to be placed into one of the tiers for the following year. For 2015-2016, the point system will total 135. For a club to gain Tier One status for the subsequent year, they will need to gain 115 of the 135 possible points. Tier Two clubs will need to gain 90 of the possible 135 points. Tier Three clubs will have gained less than 90 total points or are within their first year of establishment. Tier Four clubs are ones that are considered to be on probationary status resulting from poor standing with Recreational Services. Clubs are in poor standing as a result of lack of leadership, organization and overall lack of compliance for the policies and procedures of the Sport Clubs Program. Status is primarily determined by the points being accumulated throughout the year, but the status will be evaluated at the end of each semester and subject to change based on the discretion of the Sport Clubs Coordinator.
Classification & Tier System
Tier One=up to $5000 per semester.
These clubs will need to gain 115 or more total points during 2015-2016 academic year. Clubs currently in Tier One for 2015-2016 will have the opportunity to receive up to $5000 dollars in allocated funding per semester from Recreational Services. The club is to submit a budget proposal per semester by the specified deadlines to be eligible to receive a semester budget. In order for a club to receive its desired amount, they will need to provide justification of their expenses and revenue within the required budget proposal form.

Tier Two=up to $1000 per semester.
These clubs will have gained 90 to 114 total points during 2015-2016 academic year. Clubs currently in Tier Two for 2015-2016 will have the opportunity to receive up to $1000 dollars in allocated funding per semester from Recreational Services. The club is to submit a budget proposal per semester by the specified deadlines to be eligible to receive a semester budget. In order for a club to receive its desired amount, they will need to provide justification of their expenses and revenue within the required budget proposal form.

Tier Three=$0 per semester.
These clubs will have gained less than 90 total points during 2015-2016 academic year. While in this tier, these clubs will receive zero funding from Recreational Services. However, financial assistance from Recreational Services may be available in limited amounts and will be on a case by case basis at the discretion of the Coordinator of Sport Clubs. This is in effect for clubs currently in Tier Three for 2015-2016 academic year.

Tier 4=Probationary Status.
While in this tier, these clubs will receive zero funding and will receive zero practice space time in Recreational Services affiliated facilities. These clubs are placed in this tier, because they are in poor standing with the Sport Clubs program. These clubs have shown a lack of leadership, organization and overall lack of compliance.

Earning Points
Points are earned through four categories:

  • Leadership
  • Form completion
  • Competition
  • Membership

Leadership (50 Possible Points; Comprises 37% of the Total Points):
President’s Meeting: Five points each for four total meetings during the year = 20 points
President’s Training: Five points each for two total meetings during the year = 10 points
Safety Officer Training: Five points each for two total meetings during the year = 10 points
President’s Semester Evaluation: Five points each for two total meetings during the year = 10 points


Form Completion (35 Possible Points; Comprises 25% of the Total Points):
Semester Officer Agreement: Five points each for two forms by the deadline for the year = 10 points
Semester Budget Proposal: Five points each for two forms by the deadline for the year = 10 points
Semester Wrap-up: Five points each for two forms by deadline for the year = 10 points
Safety Officer Certifications: Two or more on file (five points) and one on file (two points) = five points


Competition (40 Possible Points; Comprises 30% of the Total Points):
Local/state competition/tournament: participation in a competition/tournament within the state of Georgia = one point
Region competition/tournament: participation in a competition/tournament outside the state of Georgia = two points
National qualifying competition/tournament: participation in a competition that is eligible to qualify the club for a national championship level tournament/competition. This is a one-time yearly value = five points
National Club Championship or National competition/tournament: participation in a national club championship tournament or travel to a competition/tournament outside the states of Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee & Virginia. This is a one-time yearly value = 10 points

  • The total amount of attended competitions that are NOT National Qualifiers or National Tournaments are capped at 25 points.
  • The point values for participating in a National Qualifier or National Tournament will be added to the club’s total competition amount.
  • Based on the criteria, the club can earn up to 40 points in this category.

Membership (10 Possible Points; Comprises 7% of the Total Points):
Sport Clubs Recruitment Fair: five points per semester attendance = 10 points


Total maximum points earned for the year = 135 points

Bonus Points:
There will be scheduled opportunities throughout the year for the club to earn bonus points to their total point value. Clubs will notified in advance of the events that will serve as bonus point opportunities. The total maximum bonus points to be earned is 10 points.


Point Deductions:
There are instances where points are subject to be deducted from the club’s total point value for issues of non-compliance. Listed below are the levels of infractions and point designations for those infractions. The total maximum of points to be deducted from a club is up to 20 points.

Minor Infractions: One point deduction. This includes, but not is limited to:

  • A club in violation of one of the department affiliated practice location policies (e.g. no-showing for a practice at MLK or Panthersville).
  • A club having non-approved marketing items (flyers, posters, websites).
  • A club posting marketing materials in unauthorized locations.
  • A club in violation of Department Vehicle Procedures (e.g. not returning the van on full, not removing trash, or not returning the packet to the indicated location).
  • A club not confirming with the Sport Clubs Coordinator on a hosted competition date or time change.
  • A club having a coach beginning their duties before completion of the Coach or Volunteer Packet.

Intermediate Infraction: Five point deduction. This includes, but is not limited to:

  • A club failing to obtain approval on fundraising events or donor or sponsor solicitations.
  • A club practicing, playing or meeting on facilities without prior reservation or permission.
  • A club agreeing to participate in a league or conference without prior approval.
  • A club showing disrespect or unsportsmanlike behavior toward an onsite supervisor or another club at one of the department affiliated practice locations.
  • A club competing in non-approved uniforms.
  • A club wearing, possessing, or distributing non-approved apparel.
  • A club found in violation of university vehicle policies & procedures (e.g. a report my driver filed, parking the vehicle at an unauthorized location, using the vehicle for unauthorized use).
  • A club participating with an illegal member (non-Georgia State University affiliated) or ineligible member (has not completed the Participant Agreement).
  • A club participating in a non-approved competition.
  • A repeat violation of a listed minor infraction.

Major Infraction: 10 point deduction. This includes but is not limited to:

  • A club having an unauthorized driver utilize department vehicles.
  • A club found to be transporting or consuming alcohol or illegal substances in the department vehicles.
  • A club found to have improper use of club funds.
  • A club found to be hazing, fighting or unsportsmanlike conduct toward other club members, officials, site management, professional staff or opponents.
  • A repeat violation of listed intermediate infraction.


Once the Sport Clubs Coordinator finds a club in violation of one of the following infractions the club president will be notified of the violation and the associated point deduction. A club may appeal the ruling. The club president must submit the appeal in writing within five business days of the notification from the Sport Clubs Coordinator. The written appeal is to be directed to the Assistant Director of Recreational Services, Intramural Sports. The written appeal should include the reason of the appeal, the desired outcome and supporting evidence or documents. Once the appeal is submitted, please allow three to five days for the Assistant Director to review and follow up with the club concerning the determination of the appeal.

Dailly Events

May
9
Mon
12:00 pm Cycle @ Studio B
Cycle @ Studio B
May 9 @ 12:00 pm – 12:50 pm
FREE! Drop-in class. A non-impact, calorie-blasting class that combines a foundation of cycling movements with motivational coaching and musical guidance. You set the intensity in this awesome class.
12:00 pm Zumba @ Aerobic/Dance Studio
Zumba @ Aerobic/Dance Studio
May 9 @ 12:00 pm – 12:50 pm
FREE! Drop-in class. Ditch the workout and join the party! Learn the latest Latin steps while creating an exciting and fun aerobic workout.
4:00 pm Yoga Mix @ Studio B
Yoga Mix @ Studio B
May 9 @ 4:00 pm – 4:50 pm
FREE! Drop-in class. Come unwind from your way with an gentle yoga classes designed for all levels.
5:30 pm Cardio Sculpt @ Aerobic/Dance Studio
Cardio Sculpt @ Aerobic/Dance Studio
May 9 @ 5:30 pm – 6:20 pm
FREE! Drop-in class. A perfect combination of cardiovascular work and sculpting moves that will keep you coming back for more. This class uses different cardio formats each week to keep your heart pumping!
6:00 pm Cycle & Abs @ Studio B
Cycle & Abs @ Studio B
May 9 @ 6:00 pm – 6:50 pm
FREE! Drop-in class. A non-impact, calorie-blasting class that combines a foundation of cycling movements with motivational coaching and musical guidance. This class will combine a 40 minute ride with 10 minutes of core work.
May
10
Tue
12:00 pm Step @ Aerobic/Dance Studio
Step @ Aerobic/Dance Studio
May 10 @ 12:00 pm – 12:50 pm
FREE! Drop-in class. Use steps and risers or our Escape Decks to develop toned legs and improve your cardiovascular endurance. Take one of our most popular classes that continues to deliver outstanding workouts each and… more »
12:00 pm Yoga Mix @ Studio B
Yoga Mix @ Studio B
May 10 @ 12:00 pm – 12:50 pm
FREE! Drop-in class. Come unwind from your way with an gentle yoga classes designed for all levels.
5:00 pm Zumba @ Aerobic/Dance Studio
Zumba @ Aerobic/Dance Studio
May 10 @ 5:00 pm – 5:50 pm
FREE! Drop-in class. Ditch the workout and join the party! Learn the latest Latin steps while creating an exciting and fun aerobic workout.
5:30 pm Kickboxing @ Martial Arts Studio
Kickboxing @ Martial Arts Studio
May 10 @ 5:30 pm – 6:20 pm
FREE! Drop-in class. This class is a combination of cardio, boxing and marital arts providing a total body workout which aims to improve strength, aerobic fitness, speed, flexibility, coordination and balance.
May
11
Wed
12:00 pm Boot Camp @ Aerobic/Dance Studio
Boot Camp @ Aerobic/Dance Studio
May 11 @ 12:00 pm – 12:50 pm
FREE! Drop in. A popular interval class that mixes calisthenics and body weight exercises with cardio and strength training.
12:00 pm Cycle @ Studio B
Cycle @ Studio B
May 11 @ 12:00 pm – 12:50 pm
FREE! Drop-in class. A non-impact, calorie-blasting class that combines a foundation of cycling movements with motivational coaching and musical guidance. You set the intensity in this awesome class.
5:30 pm Panther Pump @ Aerobic/Dance Studio
Panther Pump @ Aerobic/Dance Studio
May 11 @ 5:30 pm – 6:20 pm
FREE! Drop-in class. Grab your weights and get ready to squat and curl your way to a sleek, toned you! This sculpting class uses bands and weights to define your arms and sculpt your legs.
6:30 pm Ab Blast @ Aerobic/Dance Studio
Ab Blast @ Aerobic/Dance Studio
May 11 @ 6:30 pm – 6:50 pm
FREE! Drop-in class. Develop a chiseled core with this twenty minute, intense abdominal workout.
May
12
Thu
12:00 pm Yoga Mix @ Studio B
Yoga Mix @ Studio B
May 12 @ 12:00 pm – 12:50 pm
FREE! Drop-in class. Come unwind from your way with an gentle yoga classes designed for all levels.
5:30 pm Zumba @ Aerobic/Dance Studio
Zumba @ Aerobic/Dance Studio
May 12 @ 5:30 pm – 6:20 pm
FREE! Drop-in class. Ditch the workout and join the party! Learn the latest Latin steps while creating an exciting and fun aerobic workout.
6:00 pm Cycle & Abs @ Studio B
Cycle & Abs @ Studio B
May 12 @ 6:00 pm – 6:50 pm
FREE! Drop-in class. A non-impact, calorie-blasting class that combines a foundation of cycling movements with motivational coaching and musical guidance. This class will combine a 40 minute ride with 10 minutes of core work.
May
16
Mon
12:00 pm Cycle @ Studio B
Cycle @ Studio B
May 16 @ 12:00 pm – 12:50 pm
FREE! Drop-in class. A non-impact, calorie-blasting class that combines a foundation of cycling movements with motivational coaching and musical guidance. You set the intensity in this awesome class.
12:00 pm Zumba @ Aerobic/Dance Studio
Zumba @ Aerobic/Dance Studio
May 16 @ 12:00 pm – 12:50 pm
FREE! Drop-in class. Ditch the workout and join the party! Learn the latest Latin steps while creating an exciting and fun aerobic workout.
4:00 pm Yoga Mix @ Studio B
Yoga Mix @ Studio B
May 16 @ 4:00 pm – 4:50 pm
FREE! Drop-in class. Come unwind from your way with an gentle yoga classes designed for all levels.
5:30 pm Cardio Sculpt @ Aerobic/Dance Studio
Cardio Sculpt @ Aerobic/Dance Studio
May 16 @ 5:30 pm – 6:20 pm
FREE! Drop-in class. A perfect combination of cardiovascular work and sculpting moves that will keep you coming back for more. This class uses different cardio formats each week to keep your heart pumping!

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