We are UofM Adaptive Sports and Fitness.
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Our Mission
Our program will not only benefit elite student athletes with disabilities, but also provide opportunities to engage in adaptive sports for the entire student body and greater campus community.

What we do

University of Michigan Adaptive Sports and Fitness seeks to lead the state of Michigan and the nation in adaptive sport, fitness, and recreation by embracing diversity and providing new opportunities to student-athletes with and without disabilities.

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Who we are

To pioneer, grow, and champion our program we have assembled a team of athletes and staff that believe and internalize the vision and mission of our program to be leaders in adaptive sport.

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What's Happening Now

Come get involved with the University of Michigan Adaptive Sports and Fitness program! We would be delighted to have you. This is not an all inclusive list of all available opportunities. For more opportunities or and questions, please contact us.

Due to the current COVID-19 climate, all volunteer and drop-in opportunities are post-poned until further notice. We apologize for the inconvenience and look forward to providing more opportunities in the future.

Drop-In Basketball

Come join us in our bi-weekly wheelchair basketball drop-in sessions! Chairs provided. Must be 18+.

Wheelchair Tennis

Volunteer with the UM Wheelchair Tennis program during one of our practices. Shag balls, spectate, and even play in!


If you are interested in working with para-equestrian athletes, you can volunteer with Therapeutic Riding, Inc!

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News & Media

‘Disability is not inability’: Michigan’s Adaptive Sports and Fitness Program strives to assert itself

Michigan's Adaptive Sports strives to be an elite program for athletes with disabilities.

2020 Community Forum - Adapted Sports and Recreation Panel

American Academy for CP and Developmental Medicine discusses adaptive sports.

Community Advisor - Cathryn Gray

Cathryn Gray's mission in life is to be an advocate for people with cerebral palsy.

Masco grant funds two U-M adaptive tennis players

The recent grant launches U-M's Adaptive Scholar Athlete Program.