For most club sports teams, travel is an integral part of their club experience. You must contact and get approval from the club sports office before planning any club sports-related team or individual travel.
Travel must be approved before your team leaves campus. If your team is interested in international travel, please contact the student programs manager at least nine months before your desired departure date.
The Club Sports Travel Coordinator will be available to club members during the following times for spring quarter:
Mondays: 2-5 p.m.
Tuesdays: 2-3 p.m.
Wednesdays: 5:30-8:30 p.m.
Thursdays: 6-8 p.m.
Contact the Travel Coordinator at clubIMsports@du.edu for all travel inquiries and arrangements.
Travel request forms
Travel requests must be submitted at least 10 business days before an event. Travel requests must be submitted anytime a team/organization leaves campus. Teams must also attend the travel meeting on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. in the week of their travel.
Any additional paperwork or travel-related requests must also be submitted a minimum of 10 business days before an event. After you’ve submitted your travel request, you will receive an email confirming your approval to travel pending your attendance to the appropriate Travel Meeting.
- Only the individuals with a completed Acknowledgement of Risk form and Supplemental Information form will be permitted to travel.
- All drivers must sign the "Driver" portion of the Supplemental Information form to be eligible to drive a personal vehicle.
- Any clubs driving rental vehicles must have all drivers complete DU Risk Management's Driver Safety Course and MVR Check. Any clubs driving between October 15 - April 15 beyond the following parameters will be required to use rental vehicles in order to travel unless enough members of the team consent to driving their own personal vehicles:
- north of Colorado border (case-by-case for University of Wyoming)
- east of Colorado border
- south of Colorado Springs
- west of Idaho Springs, Colo
General travel safety guidelines
- Each driver on club sport trips must possess a valid state driver's license for his/her vehicle's class.
- Never drink and drive. Driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs is strictly prohibited and illegal.
- Respond to dangerous driving conditions as appropriate.
- Do not risk your passengers'—as well as your own—safety to save time. Do not respond to rude or obnoxious drivers by violating traffic laws.
- Be aware that traffic laws vary by state. Before your trip, research the state laws where you will be traveling.
- Drivers assume full responsibility for the club sports travel vehicle and all equipment within or on the vehicle.
Drivers must report damages or accidents to rental vehicles to the student programs manager and the rental service. Statements should not be made to anyone outside of law enforcement or the Student Programs Manager.