Intramural Sports 

What is Intramural Sports?

Intramural Sports is one of the most popular student activities on the campus of the University of Arkansas, serving over 3,000 students each year.  The program is designed to provide students, faculty and staff an opportunity to participate in athletic and non-athletic recreational activities in a fun and safe environment.  Intramural sports promote physical fitness, social interaction, and campus involvement. 

Why should you participate in Intramural Sports?

Participation in intramural activities can provide individuals with an enjoyable recreational experience, help develop habits that carry over into everyday life, promote wholesome social relationships and sportsmanship, and provide an opportunity for the development of a healthy body and mind. Whether you enjoy structured leagues or informal activities, this is the place for you.

What do we offer?

We offer more than 30 intramural activites throughout the year, organized into team sports, dual sports, and individual sports. We offer a range of sports including: flag football, basketball, 7 on 7 soccer, slow pitch softball, sand volleyball, dodgeball, and many more. To view the current semester's calender, click here: Each intramural league and double elimination tournament is divided into three leagues of play: Men's, Women's, and Co-Rec. Men's and Women's leagues are further divided into two divisions: Greek, and Open. To register, go to our online system, IMLeagues:


Become an Official!

Need a job? Love sports?  Intramural Sports employs more than 100 students each year to supervise, officiate, and scorekeep intramural activities.  Intramural employment provides an escape from the pressures of school and allows individuals to interact with their fellow students while learning many useful skills.  No experience is required and we provide all necessary training and equipment.

Intramural Sports Staff

The Intramural Sport Staff is here to serve you and to do everything possible to make sure that your experience is a positive one.  We're constantly working to improve the program and the information provided to current and future participants.  If you have any suggestions or need additional information, e-mail our staff at


Page last updated: Thursday, July 17, 2014