The Athletics Program - Ohlone College Renegades Athletics
Athletics is an academic program that produces significant student learning outcomes that relate directly to success in life. The Athletics program aims to support student success in accomplishing these learning outcomes as well as monitoring and reaching a variety of academic achievement goals including grade point average, course and program completion, and transfer. The student learning outcomes related to athletics include the following:
- Value the importance of and develop a regular regimen of physical activity and/or exercise.
- Develop sport specific skill sets in preparation for transfer or entry into professional and/or Olympic sports.
- Demonstrate critical thinking skills as they apply to game strategies and situations.
- Develop and demonstrate the connection between preparation for and execution of work, commitment to personal and team goals, acceptance of team diversity, and leadership skills.
Ohlone College is a member of the Coast Conference of the California Association of Community Colleges. This conference competes against colleges that are located throughout the Greater Bay Area, including regions such as Santa Cruz, Gilroy, Monterey, San Jose, and San Francisco. Learn more about the Coast Conference.
The sports programs offered at Ohlone College include:
Eligibility requirements can be found on the California Community College Athletics Association's (CCCAA) website. These requirements include active enrollment in the college with a minimum of 12 units (9 academic), have never played professionally in their interested sport, and have a current sports physical on file with the Athletic Trainer.
Students who are interested in participating in an intercollegiate sport should contact the respective sport coach or the Kinesiology, Athletics, and Broadcasting Division Office for further information.
This web page is part of the official Ohlone College website. Any Ohlone College Athletics-related information that may appear on other websites is not official and may not be accurate.