Where Memories Begin
Intramurals are non-varsity sports open to all current students, faculty, and staff. Participation in activities such as intramurals can make college life more satisfying for both traditional and non-traditional aged students, and intramural sports allows students to build leadership skills and gain a sense of belonging. Studies show that increased social interaction with peers, faculty, and staff make students more likely to complete their degrees, as well as feel more positive about their college-going experience, so stop by the Student Center to sign up today.
Go for the goal!
Teams competing in various sports throughout the year will be awarded points based on participation and victories. The team with the highest point total at the end of the spring semester will be designated UACCM Intramural Champions for the current year. Champion team members will go down in history by being awarded "The Wolfie" trophy and will be added to the intramurals plaque which hangs in the University Center Lobby.
Not a skilled athlete? Don’t worry, you don’t have to be. Intramural sports are open to people who just want to come out and have fun playing their favorite sport. Participating in intramural sports is a great way to meet new people or catch up with old friends. Ready to play? You can create a team or sign up as an individual and be placed on a team. Stop by the Student Center in the Kirk Building to sign up.
who can participate?
The Intramural sports program is open to all current students, faculty, and staff. Both males and females are encouraged to join in the fun. Some tournaments are co-ed while others are divided by gender. Student organizations are encouraged to put together a team and play together to compete for top honors and the coveted "Wolfie" trophy.
Check It Out!
Equipment can be checked out from the Student Center in the Kirk Building, Room 105 everyday. Students and teams can use this opportunity to sharpen their skills for upcoming tournaments or just for fun.
UACCM has an Intramural Council in place which provides students a way to help shape the intramural program. For more information on becoming part of the Intramural Council, visit with Susan Dewey-Kissinger in the Student Center.