Intercollegiate teams are fielded in the following sports: men's baseball, basketball, lacrosse, golf, and soccer; and women's basketball, golf, soccer, softball, and volleyball. Tompkins Cortland is part of the Mid-State Athletic Conference and the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) and adheres to all NJCAA rules and regulations. Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act information is available in the dean of students' office.
The College provides a program of intercollegiate athletics from which participating students can derive all the benefits that participation in competitive sport offers. The office of intercollegiate athletics mirrors the values of the college. We expect our student athletes to have a great and life-long learning experience, we expect excellence in teaching from our coaching staff, and we take great pride in helping our student athletes to be successful beyond their college experience.
Intercollegiate athletics gives our student athletes the opportunity to compete with and against students from all around the world. Student athletes are committed to physical and emotional wellbeing. They take part in community events and become better citizens through participation in those events. Through athletics individuals build team skills, demonstrate and develop an appreciation of sportsmanship, and, through this, bring credit to the college.