The Unit Sports & Culture is responsible for the development, programming and implementation of TU Delft's sports and cultural policy. S&C consists of three units: Sports, Culture and Events. In addition, three departments (Communication; Services, Planning and Support; and Catering) provide expertise to support these units.
Thanks to the help of some 50 student organisations, hundreds of teaching staff (most of whom part-time) and trainers, S&C is able to provide an attractive programme of activities in which some 12,000 students and staff members participate each year. The primary goal of S&C is to provide added value to the university experience by contributing to the personal development of the students, the quality of campus life and the social engagement of TU Delft.
In this part of the website, you will find more information about the identity and policy of S&C, the S&C organisational structure shown in an organisation chart, and information about the various departments. Under ‘contact information’, you will find contact details, as well as the opening hours, address, and floor plan of S&C.
The Unit Sports is responsible for the development of sports policy and the realisation of the sports programme. Every day, a range of training programmes, courses and lessons are offered in body & mind, dance, martial arts and defence, adventure sports and fitness. The Unit Sports is also ‘home’ to almost 40 student sports associations. The Sports team consists of 9 permanent staff and 15 students who man the service desk.
The Unit Culture is responsible for the development of cultural policy and the realisation of the cultural programme. The unit provides various courses in Art, Dance, Music, Media and Theatre and continuously strives to innovate and develop new products. The Unit Culture is also the home base of various cultural student associations. The Culture team consists of 6 permanent staff, 15 students who man the service desk and 51 freelance teachers.
The Unit Events is responsible for the development of event policy and the realisation of the event programme. Each month a variety of events is organised and/or facilitated, such as workshops, lectures, and various (commercial) events. The unit also facilitates try-outs for new programme-offer. The Events team consists of two 2 main parts: the Rental and Logistics department and Events (programming). The team consists of 5 permanent staff and 12 student employees.
The Catering department provides expertise to support the programme units. The Catering team enthusiastically prepares lunches and dinners in the Sports Cafe. The catering services are geared to various events for groups of 20 to 6000 persons. The Catering team consists of 5 permanent staff and a flex pool of 30 student employees.
Planning, Services and Support
Services Planning and Support provides expertise to support the programme units. The team consists of ten members who are specialists in HR, ICT, Finance, Purchasing, Accommodation Management & Planning, and is led by the Manager.
The Communication team of S&C consists of a young team and provides expertise to support the programme units. The department is responsible for communications and focuses - among other things - on analysis and advising, text writing, promotional activities, graphic design and photography. The Communication team consists of 3 permanent staff and 10 student employees.