Athletics and Recreation
The University of Michigan-Dearborn of Athletics & Recreation strives to produce a campus community who's performance in the classroom and on the fields of competition are reflections of the mission and values of the University.
Excellence: Be committed to set the bar high, within the department, in the classroom and on the fields of play. Become masters of "attention to detail", as we achieve our goals.
Leadership: Be a role-model for the "Leaders and Best" in academic, athletic, and social environments. Emulate, every day, the values of teamwork.
Sportsmanship: Demonstrate the combination of respect and integrity as we embody the Champions of Character program as defined by the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (N.A.I.A.).
Tradition: Embrace being a Wolverine and all that encompasses, while continuing to enhance the cultures of community service and community outreach.
UM-Dearborn Athletics, a member of the NAIA and Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference, participates in eight varsity sports including Men's and Women's Basketball, Men's and Women's Cross Country, Men's Soccer and Lacrosse, and Women's Softball and Volleyball. Home events are played in the Fieldhouse and at various outdoor fields near campus.
The Department of Athletics and Recreation also provides intercollegiate athletic opportunities for student-athletes that are passionate in a sport either not offered at the varsity level or are unable to compete at the varsity level for whatever reason. Club sports report to the department, but are responsible for their own team organization, as well as conference and national affiliations. A list of current club sports include nationally ranked Men's Ice Hockey, Cheerleading, Women's Soccer, Cross Country, Mean's and Women's Bowling, Men's and Women's Wrestling, and Men's and Women's Tennis.
Within the Department of Athletics and Recreation Intramural Sports are offered for all UM-Dearborn students and staff. Currently intramural sport offerings include Broomball, Basketball, Volleyball, Wallyball, Soccer, and Flag Football. All intramural sports are played on campus.
Wellness Center/Fieldhouse/Ice Arena
The Wellness Center is equipped with a variety of cardio machines, weight lifting equipment, and racquetball courts. Instructional classes are offered each semester; a schedule is posted each semester in the Wellness Center. All fitness classes cost $50 for students, members, and non-members. The Fieldhouse is host to 8 volleyball courts or three full-size basketball courts, and home to our Men's and Women's Basketball teams as well as the Volleyball team. The weekly schedule for open gym is available at the Fieldhouse, and equipment is available for rent upon entering. The Ice Arena is home to our Men's D1 Club Hockey team and also holds daily open skates and hockey for the campus community.
Operation Adventure is an adventure-based, team building program at the University of Michigan-Dearborn. Programs are custom designed to fit your group's specific needs and goals using adventure activities as the model. Programs can be completed both in and outdoors on campus as well as at Camp Corwood in Irons, Michigan.
For more information and schedules, please refer to our website at www.athletics.umdearborn.edu or call 313-593-3534.
Football Ticket Distribution Policy
Season tickets to the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor football games are sold by the Ticket Office of the Ann Arbor campus Department of Athletics. UM-Dearborn students are handled by the Ticket Office on the Ann Arbor campus.
A student ticket information flyer outlining procedures to purchase tickets is mailed in March to students enrolled during winter term. The deadline for purchase is mid-April. For more information, contact the ticket office at 734-764-0247.