|Phase 1||Registration Period: August 24 – September 13
|Flag Football||September 20||M, W, CE||Panthersville|
|Racquetball||September 21||Open||SRC – Racquetball Courts|
|Indoor Soccer||September 21||M, W, CE||SRC – Omni Gym|
|Sand Volleyball||September 28||M, W, CE||Sports Arena Courts|
|Phase 2||Registration Period: October 5 – October 25
|Dodgeball||November 2||M, W, CE||SRC – Omni Gym|
|3v3 Basketball||November 2||M, W||SRC – Main Gym|
|Volleyball||November 3||M, W, CE||SRC – Main Gym|
|Arena Ultimate Frisbee||November 5||Open||SRC – Omni Gym|
M = Men; W = Women; CE = Co-Ed; Open = Teams are comprised of men or women or both
Games during the week will begin at the earliest 6 p.m. and run through closing time.
What are Intramurals?
Intramural sports are scheduled competitive and recreational activities, where students and recreation members compete against other students and recreation members. Participants may choose from individual, dual or team activities. Male, female and coed divisions are offered for most of our sports. We provide the facilities, most equipment and the officials. The program offers league sports, which can last between three and six weeks, and tournaments, which last one or two days.
How Do I Get Involved?
There are three ways to participate in Intramural Sports.
- Create or join a team – Teams are formed through common bonds or associations within the community of Georgia State University, such as friends, classmates, residence halls and campus organizations.
- Play an individual or dual sport – We offer several sports for just you or a partner to play, such as golf, racquetball, table tennis and billiards.
- Sign up as a free agent – Participants who do not have a team can sign up on the free agent list and can be selected by captains of other teams.
Be sure to review the policies page for eligibility and contest guidelines.
To request disability accommodations for a program, please complete the online form.