Student-Athletes

If you are a current Student-Athlete at Menlo College, please click the link below to fill out a bio form if you have not done so already. If you are interested in being recruited by a specific sport, please visit that sports home page and click on the "recruiting" tab in the sport menu to fill out a recruit questionnaire that will be viewed by that sports head coach. 

Click here for Student-Athlete Bio Form

Student-Athlete Handbook

Upon joining a varsity team, each student athlete is provided with a handbook. This handbook serves as a guideline for the code of conduct of each student athlete, in addition to eligibility and academic guidelines, and other information critical to successful participation and completion of a varsity sport.

Click here for Student-Athlete Handbook

SALC

Highly motivated student athletes have the opportunity to participate on the Student Athlete Leadership Council (SALC). SALC reports to the Director of Athletics on issues related to the welfare of all student athletes at Menlo College and serves as a liaison between the body of student athletes and the general campus community. Each of Menlo's 14 varsity sports has two representatives on SALC, each serving for two years. The Council also oversees the M Club, a fan club designed to inspire spirit and enthusiasm for Menlo Athletics within the greater campus community and externally.

Spring All Athlete Social

The Annual Spring All Athlete Social is an informal gathering during which the nearly 300 student athletes at Menlo College have a chance to mingle, play games, relax and be rewarded for their contribution to their teams, the department, and the general campus community.

Awards

The following awards are given annually by the department of athletics:

-Collis Steere Outstanding Academics Award
-Don Baer Outstanding Leadership Award
-Philler E. Curtis Outstanding Female Student Athlete Award
-Glen E. Dorst Outstanding Male Student Athlete Award
-Male Athlete of the Year
-Female Athlete of the Year

In addition, many student athletes earn NAIA or NCAA All-Region, All-American, Academic All-American, and/or All-Conference honors each year!