Below you will find a list of our current activities and the playing rules associated with them. In most instances Intramural Sport rules follow NFHS, NIRSA, and/or ASA guidelines and have Intramural Sport modifications dealing with field/court size, length of games, and safety of the participants. After looking over the rules if you have questions please contact an Intramural Sports Professional Staff member for clarification.
- Go to SIUC's IMLeagues.com registration page.
- Enter your information. Only siu.edu will be accepted as domains for your email address. Please use your official SIUC email account.
- You will be sent an activation email. Click the link in your email to activate your account.
- You should automatically be joined to SIUC. If not, you can search schools and join accordingly.
- For more information, see the registration help document.
- Free Agents
- Job Opportunities
- Federal/State Withholding Allowance Certificate (W-4)
- Employment Data Form
- Authorization for Electronic Direct Deposit (EDD) of Student Pay
- Authorization for Electronic Direct Deposit (EDD) of Student Pay Instructions
- Ethics Training for Student Employees
- Illinois Mandated Reporter Acknowledgement Form
- Website: Everything involving intramural sports goes through imleagues.com
- Office Location: The Intramural Sports/Sport Club suite is located inside the Administration Office.
- Roster Deadlines: Everyone must be on the roster by the day of your first game.
i.e. If you play on Thursdays @ 9pm, then everyone must be on the roster by Thursday @ 4 p.m.
|Event||Registration Begins/Deadline||Play Begins|
|Basketball||December 13, 2016 - January 26, 2017||January 29, 2017|
|Cricket||December 13, 2016 - February 9, 2017||February 10, 2017|
|Dodgeball||December 13, 2016 - February 9, 2017||February 12, 2017|
|Soccer||December 13, 2016 - March 23, 2017||March 26, 2017|
|4-on-4 Flag Football||December 13, 2016 - March 23, 2017||March 26, 2017|
|4-on-4 Volleyball||December 13, 2016 - March 23, 2017||March 26, 2017|
|Sunday Softball||December 13, 2016 - March 23, 2017||March 26, 2017|
|Poker Night||On-site or imleagues.com||April 20, 2017|
Please set up your account on IMLeagues so you will be ready to go when play begins!
Create, join, or visit a Southern Illinois University Intramural Sports team by visiting IMLeagues.com
To register an account, please complete the following steps:
- Office Location: The Intramural Sports/Sport Club suite is located inside the Administration Office.- Roster Deadlines: Everyone must be on the roster by the day of your first game.
i.e. If you play on Thursdays @ 9 p.m., then everyone must be on the roster by Thursday @ 4 p.m.
An Intramural Sports Free Agent is a SIU student who wishes to participate in an Intramural Sports team activity and is not currently a member of a team. Teams may add players to their roster throughout the season, provided that those players have not played for another team in the same sport and division (coed, men, women).
How to sign up as a free agent:
To sign up as a Free Agent email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will add your name to our list.
Individuals should determine which night of play is best for them and select the corresponding day of play. Registration will close the Monday leagues begin.
What happens if I don't find a team? How can I still play?
In order to work as an Intramural Sports Official, each prospective official must attend:
Sport Clinic: Training clinics are offered for each officiated sport. Clinics are offered two to three (2-3) times for each sport. Topics in this session will include sport rules and officiating mechanics. Each sport clinic will last approximately two to three (2-3) hours. Please dress accordingly due to weather, as some sport clinics will be outside.
Scramble: All officials must attend a scramble (practice games) following the completion of the sport clinic. The scramble will provide new and returning officials with the opportunity to officiate games before the season starts. Scrambles are typically held on Thursday evenings and Sunday evenings.
Paperwork: All new employees to Intramural Sports must complete hiring paperwork before working their first shift. New employees will not be scheduled until all paperwork is filled out and turned in.
If you are not an international student, the first thing is to obtain a student employee referral form. This can be done by going to salukinet.siu.edu and signing in. Next click on the “See More” button located at the bottom center of the screen. Look for the tile that says: Student Employment: Work Referral. Click on this tile. Click the drop down menu and select the semester for which you’ll begin working. Click continue. This will pull up the work referral as a pdf document. Print out the work referral form and log off of SalukiNet.
Next you will need to print off and complete the following forms:
After you have completed the above paperwork, bring it and two forms of identification to the Student Recreation Center administrative office. The acceptable forms of identification can be found on page 3 of the below form.
Once all of the remaining paperwork has been completed, you will need to turn it into the Student Employment Office located on the second floor of the Student Services Building. They will provide you with a yellow card which you will need to bring back to the Student Recreation Center Administrative Office.
After completing these steps, you will be processed into the system and put onto payroll becoming eligible to work.
Please call 618/453-4629 for instructions on this process if you are an international student.
What are Intramural Sports?
Intramural Sports are a level of competition offered by most colleges and universities. It is where students, faculty, and staff can form teams in various sports and internally compete against one another. Some intramural sports offer an opportunity to play other schools, which are referred to as extramural sports.
When is registration?
Intramural Sports registration is on-going throughout the fall and spring semesters. Check the calendar for the deadline of the sport/event that you are interested in playing.
Who is eligible to play intramural sports?
Any Southern Illinois University Carbondale student or current member of the Student Recreation Center may participate. A current Student ID or Student Recreation Center(SRC) ID card must be must presented prior to participation each time you participate.
How do I form a team?
Ask other students in your residence hall, classes and clubs if they would like to participate. If you cannot find a team, use the Free Agent board. You can email your information to email@example.com or stop by the Administrative Office at the SRC and ask the Intramural Sports Graduate Assistant for help. If there are several other Free Agents looking for a team, you may be all selected to form your own team.
Is there a fee to sign-up an Intramural Sports team?
No. Intramural Sports are funded through the Recreational Sports and Services Department via the Student Activity Fee. Most colleges and universities charge for intramural sports.
How do I sign up for Intramural Sports?
Sign up’s will be in the Student Recreation Center Administration Center. Come to the Administration Office in the Student Recreation Center. Complete a registration form and select a time that your team would like to play from what we have available. Receive your confirmation information. Spots will be filled on a first come, first serve basis. Spots are limited.
Can I play on more than one team per sport?
Yes, if the sport is offered as Co-Rec (CR) and single gender (M/W), then you may play in the league of your gender and the co-rec league. If it is only offered as Co-Rec, then you are only allowed to play on one team.
Do I need equipment?
Yes, while some sports here do require you to supply your own equipment some may have equipment already on site for your own use.
What are Extramural Tournaments?
Extramural Sports are an extension of Intramural Sports and teams will play other teams from other universities. The Regional Flag Football and Basketball tournaments are an example of an extramural sport.