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Sports/Recreation Organizations

Bike Club/ Cycling Club

The MICA Cycling club will be available to any student interested in going on group rides, which will be coordinated to lead students around the bike paths of Baltimore.

Boxing Club

Tired of school or have a lot of stress? Come join us and release your stress! Make new friends, hangout, and learn to defend yourself using both Muay Thai and American boxing all together! Beginners are welcome!

Climbing Club

MICA Climbing Club is a fun and engaging club focused on the sport of rock climbing. Our purpose is to provide a space for experienced climbers to continue their passion while also introducing newcomers of all skill level and athleticism to the rewarding activity of climbing. This club is for all and focused on safely introducing newcomers while  allowing more experienced climbers an opportunity to climb with friends and lead beginners.

Martial Arts Club

Martial Arts Club will teach a variety of styles and is open to all skill levels (beginners, intermediate, and advanced practitioners of martial arts). Members will develop the ability to defend themselves as well as get in shape. We will teach practical as well as sport martial arts.

MICA Outdoors Club

MICA Outdoors Club gives you the chance to take a break from the city! MICA Outdoors Club hosts some favorite events, such as hikes, an annual camping trip during Fall Break, white water rafting, and indoor rock climbing. No experience necessary! A lot of the gear that you will need for our trips is available for free rentals at the MICA Fitness Center! The best way to stay involved with us is to join our Facebook group, https://www.facebook.com/groups/micaoutdoorsclub/, and turn notifications on. Come hang out in the woods with us!

Urban Gaming Club

The best place for big games in an urban environment. UGC produces one week-long, campus-wide game in the latter half of each semester, plus an additional short game in the early spring. Both semester games are jam-packed with leader-generated story and nightly game events, starting with Humans vs. Zombies in the fall. Active exploration of campus and team-based competition are a great way to build friendships as well as take a fun break between midterms and finals.

This page was last updated on 10/04/2017.