KIT Campus Sports
Campus sports at KIT is committed to inclusive sports programs . A Center for Fitness, Health and Diagnostics (walk-in) , an indoor swimming pool and a tennis court are available.
Current Campus Sports Classes
More specific requirements due to a disability or chronic disease are taken into account where possible.
Please contact the inclusive sports contact person.
Project Inclusive mobility
An activity kit and activity kit 2.0 subproject – Exercise modules for KIT students
The aim is to offer a regular inclusive sports program both in the curriculum of Institute of Sports and Sports Science IfSS and as part of the campus sports classes for KIT students.
Concepts will be developed and tested with the involvement of those affected, the Representative for Students with Disabilities and Chronic Diseases, and the Study Center for the Visually Impaired at KIT, SZS. Sports students are trained as multipliers. After completing their studies, they are to carry the idea of inclusion into schools (by teacher-to-be students) and sports clubs (by BA and MA students).
Funded by the studying-and-exercise initiative "Bewegt studieren - Studieren bewegt!“ of Allgemeiner Deutscher Hochschulverband – adh (German University Sports Federation) and the Techniker Krankenkasse (TK) health insurance company.
The Activity KIT project
“Small Games“ Project Course
During the summer semester, the Institute of Sport and Sports Science (IfSS) offers an inclusive sports program for KIT students and staff with disabilities and chronic diseases.
On two days a week, joint exercise, activities and fun can be part of the weekly schedule in the form of active games for inclusion within the framework of an IfSS training event. Please wear comfortable clothes. If you have sneakers, preferably sneakers with light-colored soles, please bring them.
The project is accompanied by staff from the Study Center for the Visually Impaired (SZS) and by the KIT Representative for Students with Disabilities and Chronic Diseases.
For questions and information on special needs, please contact Susanne Schneider (SZS) or the Representative for Students with Disabilities and Chronic Diseases.
Just come and join in!
MyHealth - Staying Healthy during Studies at the KIT
From 2017 to 2021, the Methods Laboratory of the House of Competence (HOC) and Institute of Sports and Sports Science IfSS , in cooperation with the Techniker Krankenkasse (TK) health insurance company, are developing a pilot-type student health management scheme (Studentisches Gesundheitsmanagement - SGM) that is geared to students’ everyday life.
The aim is not only to record the life situation of students, but also to uncover different typical students’ relevances. On the basis of these findings and in conjunction with other findings, health-promoting measures are developed that meet the needs and everyday habits of the students as far as possible and ideally integrate seamlessly into their everyday lives.
Duration: 2017 - 2021
Behinderten- und Freizeitsport Karlsruhe e.V. – bfs (Karlsruhe Disabled and Recreational Exercise Association)
At bfs Karlsruhe, students with disabilities/chronic diseases can take part in free trial exercise for six months. Information and Contact