UND Intramural Sports Program
Was your son or daughter active in high school sports and would like to participate in sports while in college? If so, UND's Intramural Sports Program offers several popular extracurricular activities for him or her. Through intramural sports, your student will be able to:
- Continue playing the sports he/she loved in high school,
- Try a few new sports, and
- Meet new people in a fun recreational environment.
All participants need to register online at www.imleagues.com/UND. Here, your student can:
- Sign up for leagues,
- Add players to the roster,
- View schedules and standings,
- Find announcements and upcoming events, and
- Contact teammates through the message center.
General information on registration deadlines and league formats can also be found on the Wellness Center website at UND.edu/intramurals.
The intramural program is fee based; therefore, teams must pay a registration fee. Prices range from $5 for individual sports like badminton and racquetball to $50-$120 for dodgeball and basketball. Intramural ice hockey is a special sport that requires ice time and has a fee of $450 per team. It is the responsibility of the team captain to submit the registration and team fee by the registration deadlines.
Sportsmanship is a huge part of the intramural program. Intramural games can range from low to high skill levels, but they're meant to be recreational in nature. Appropriate sportsmanship is expected of all teams at all times in terms of attitude towards intramural staff, officials and their fellow players.
The intramural program is always looking for experienced sports officials. Officiated sports include flag football, indoor soccer, volleyball, basketball and ice hockey. This is a great campus job that offers flexible hours and a fun work environment. To view job openings visit Student Employment and search for intramural official positions.
If you have any questions on the intramural program, contact Patrick Marcoe, Coordinator of RecSports & Special Events, at 701.777.3256 or patrick.marcoe@UND.edu.