Intramurals

Intramural Sports offers the Lakehead community an opportunity to stay involved in the sports they love, or to try a new sport while they attend university. All intramural sports are designed so that each student can have fun in a safe recreational setting.

Fall Leagues:

Volleyball, Basketball, Flag Football, and NEW this year – Dodgeball & Innertube Waterpolo

Full Year Leagues:

Indoor Soccer, Ultimate Frisbee, and Hockey (NBC & Coed Leagues)

Registration Important Dates:

Fall Sports

  • September 3rd – Registration opens for Students for ALL fall and full year leagues
  • September 12th – Registration opens for Non-Students for FALL LEAGUES ONLY (Faculty, Staff, Community Members)
  • September 19th – Registration closes for Basketball, Flag Football, Waterpolo, Dodgeball, and Volleyball

Full Year Sports

  • September 3rd – Registration opens for Students for ALL fall and full year sports
  • October 7th  – Registration opens for Non-Students for Ultimate and Soccer leagues
  • October 17th – Registration closes for Ultimate and Hockey
  • October 24th – Registration closes for Soccer

Have questions about registration? See our registration page with assistance!

 

FAQ’s

Who is allowed to play intramurals?

Almost all of our leagues are open to students, faculty, staff, and general public. The only sport that does not permit general public, faculty, or staff is Hockey, which is only open to students. Priority registration is given to lakehead students, followed with registration for our non-students which includes faculty, staff, and community members.

How do I register for intramurals?

You can register in person or online! See our registration how-to for full instructions.

Do I need to have a whole team organized in order to play?

No! You can register as an individual if you don’t have a team, and our staff will find a team for you to play on.

What is the difference between student and non-student teams? 

Student teams must consist mainly of students – no more than 2 non-students are permitted on a student team. Any team with more than 2 non-students will have to pay using the non-student price point. Rosters will be checked to verify student status and teams who have not paid the accurate price point will be required pay the balance prior to participating.

Our leagues will have staggered registration dates and price points to allow for students to have priority access to leagues. In addition, there are different price points set for students and non-students.

How many non-students can I have on a student team?

Teams paying student pricing can only have up to two non-students on their team, otherwise they must pay for non-student pricing. A reminder that hockey does not permit any non-students in the league.

Do I have to be available all days/times listed for my sport?

Ideally, yes. We are able to take game time requests, however there is no guarantee that we can always place your team at a certain time.

What is the skill level of the teams?

Our teams vary from beginner to experienced within our sports! All skill levels are welcomed into our leagues.

 

Cancellation and Refund Policy

In the event of a cancellation 5 days prior to the start of the program, there will be a 25% service charge for each session canceled.  No refunds will be made after the start of the program, for any reason.  A credit will be issued for future programs if a participant has an accident or injury during a class.  No refunds will be given if a person leaves a class for their own desire or is expelled.

 

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