At RheinMain University, students, teachers and other employees of the university can take advantage of comprehensive sports offerings.
Our goal is to provide an attractive and interesting range of various kinds of sports for all university members. Sports – from aerobic to hockey and yoga – allow participants to relax after a long day full of studies and work, to make new friends and to meet new challenges outside of classes and work assignments.
However, competitive sports, which is in fact quite prominent at our university, is also not being neglected. The university participates and hosts national championchips and tournaments. In addition leisure activities such as ski trips and canoe weekends are also offered.
Sport activities are offered in Wiesbaden and also in Rüsselsheim.
The sports program for the summer semester 2016 is now available under "Program A-Z". The printed brochure with all program information is available for free and is displayed in all libraries at the university locations.
The sports program of RheinMain University in cooperation with the College of Police and Management offers you a wide and attractive range of different sports. 144 classes per week and 66 sports offer you an inexpensive way to be active during your studies. You can participate in most ball sports and team sports for free! In addition to basketball, football, volleyball & Co. the university sports offers you other opportunities to try interesting sports. You can try out martial arts, e.g. Taekwondo, or attend one of the numerous health and fitness classes.
Besides classics like aerobics, belly legs buttom or Yoga new trend sports are represented in the sports program. Modern class formats such as Deep Work or Zumba already inspire students of the RheinMain University to be active for several semesters. However the university sports team is constantly working to further develop the sport program and expand the range of sports according to the students’ wishes. Making its debut in this semester are classes such as Crossfit, TRX, HIIT or Piloxing.
In addition to the weekly classes excursions, such as a 1-day bicycle tour or a 3-day canoe trip, are offered by the university sports.
The university sports program offers numerous possibilities of organized competitive sport for all performance-oriented athletes. Every year a variety of students of our university participates in German and international university championships. This semester the German University Cup in basketball and the German University Championships in women's football Kleinfeld will be held at RheinMain University. Moreover students will participate in national competitions in handball and volleyball.
If the sports program sounds interesting, there is only one thing to do: join our classes and let's start into an exciting and varied, perhaps sweaty, but especially "moved" semester.
You can find all sports classes listed below under Program A-Z.
Registration is only required if noted in the individual classes. All of these classes are provided with a class number. Online registration for classes opens in April 4th 2016.
A mandatory registration can be placed in the online registration form in stud.ip.
HfPV Students and external participants have to use the form for external participants in stud.ip for registration.
Class fee and payment
The class fee for a 60-minute class is usually EUR 20,00 and EUR 30,00 for a 90-minute class per semester.
The class fee can be paid in cash on 13./14./15. April from 10:00 to 16:00 on in the university sports office. (Campus KSR, Building C, Room 2.22)
Participation in the class is only possible after the payment of the fee!
University sports card
After the payment of the class fee you will receive a sports identity card, called the Sport Card. This entitles you to participate in the fee-based classes (after a successful registration in stud.ip). Please bring a photo of you for the sports card. You also have to bring a photo ID and your student ID.
Dates and opening times
The sports program for the summer semester 2016 is valid from 11. April 2016 to the end of the summer semester 2016. Some of the halls are closed during the school holidays. You can receive more information from the trainers or the university sports office.
We want you
We are looking for male and female players in different sports, from District League to Bundesliga, for our university teams to participate in university championships and the adh individual championships! Please register in the university sports office.
If you do not like the university sports or if you have any requests, please contact the university sports office directly. We try to adapt to the university sports to the needs of all university members and are grateful for any suggestions.
Rock 'n' Roll
Partner university of leading athletics
RheinMain University was the first university of applied sciences in Hesse to sign the cooperation agreement "partner university of leading athletics" with its two partners, the Olympic Center Hesse and the State Sports Association Hesse and the German University Sports Association (adh).
The agreement aims to enable leading athletes to compete as athletes while getting an academic degree at the same time. As far as possible, study-related organizational and scheduling problems that arise from the athletic responsibilities of the students will be eliminated or mitigated.
For more information, go to the
cooperation agreement (PDF 103 KB, in German only)
resolution of the German parliament on promoting leading athletics at universities (PDF 87 KB, in German only)
leading athletics at universities (PDF 215 KB, in German only) - joint declaration of Standing Conference, the Sports Minister Conference, the German Olympic Sports Federation and the German Rectors' Conference
German University Sports Association (adh)
latest adh competition and training events:
Our sports cooperations
We would like to thank the following sports clubs and organizations for their support:
SV Sauerland e.V. - Fussball
freyraum Tanz- und Ballettschule
FunKness - Funktionelles Fitnesstraining/Kettlebell
Judo-Club Rüsselsheim e.V.
Judo-Club Wiesbaden 1922 e.V.
LC Olympia Wiesbaden - Lauftreff
Mainzer Golfclub GmbH & Co. KG
Papillon Flugschulen Wasserkuppe
Rock'n'Roll Zentrum Wiesbaden e.V.
Rasensportclub Wiesbaden - Hockey
Rüsselsheimer Ruder-Klub 08 e.V. - Hockey
Schützenverein Biebrich 1864 e.V.
Schützenverein Burgfalken e.V. - Bogenschießen
Tauchsport Seekuh Mainz
TG Naurod - Laufen
TG 1862 e.V. Rüsselsheim - Volleyball
TUS Dotzheim e.V. - Handball
TV 1890 e.V. Rüsselsheim/Hassloch - Segeln
Downloads and forms for our trainer
Downloads for students
sports program summer semester 2016 (PDF 7,8 MB, only in German)
weekly overview summer semester 2016 (PDF 31 KB, only in German)
trainer overview summer semester 2016 (PDF 37 KB, only in German)
Downloads for trainers
cash advance form (PDF 44 KB, only in German)
accounting form for trainer (PDF 8 KB, only in German)
participation list for sports classes (PDF 11 KB, only in German)
The photos of the university sports activities can be found on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/HSRM.Hochschulsport.
Head of University Sports
E-Mail: klaus.lindemann(at) hs-rm.de
Office Campus Wiesbaden
Building C - Room 2.22
Phone: +49 611 9495-1580 or-1582
Fax: +49 611 9495-1581
Opening hours: Mo, Tue, Thurs, Fr 10:00am - 03:00pm
Office Campus Rüsselsheim
Am Brückweg 26,
Building A, Raum A016
Opening Hours: Wed 09:00am - 11:00am
If you do not like something at the university sports or if you have any input, please contact the university sports office directly. Our effort is to adapt the university sports to the nees of all university members. We are grateful for any suggestions.
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