Building Character through Sports Intramural Sports at Regis University strives to provide students, faculty and staff with the opportunity to nurture their character, pursue physical fitness and make intelligent decisions within a competitive recreational environment. AboutOfferedSportsCode ofConductRegistrationSportsSchedulesFacilities Our Mission The Intramural Sports Program is committed to fostering good sportsmanship and healthy lifestyle choices in our community. We believe that Cura Personalis, care of the whole person, must extend outside of the classroom. In keeping with this idea, we strive to provide all students, faculty, and staff with the opportunity to nurture their character, pursue physical fitness, and make intelligent decisions within a competitive recreational environment. In pursuit of these goals, Intramural Sports is dedicated to providing a broad range of quality recreational programs designed to meet the diverse athletic needs of the Regis University student population. It is our belief that participation in Intramural Sports at Regis University, whether it be Flag Football in the fall or Ultimate Frisbee in the spring, will enhance the student experience in the following ways: Provide an opportunity to develop life-long leadership skills. Teach participants to work within teams and build relationships. Provide student leaders and organizations a means of developing community within their organizations and residence hall floors. Offer participants the opportunity to encourage and challenge themselves and one another. Help players improve both their physical and mental well-being. Encourage the development of new skills and competencies. Introduce participants, especially our students, to activities which will serve them throughout their lifetime. Who Can Participate? Participation in Intramural Sports is limited to currently enrolled Regis University students, faculty members, and staff. Regis University assumes no responsibility for injuries received during intramural athletic activities. Students, faculty, and staff are reminded that intramural participation is entirely voluntary. Further, it is recommended that all participants have a physical examination and appropriate medical insurance prior to participation. Participation in intramural sports is also subject to the following guidelines: Participants must carry a Regis University identification card or government issued ID with them to all intramural activities, and be willing to produce it to a staff member if asked. Students must sign an electronic waiver when registering, releasing Regis University from liability prior to participation. Participants can only play on one single gendered and one co-recreational team per sport. Participants must wear appropriate athletic attire, including athletic shoes, and are prohibited from wearing earrings or jewelry that is worn loosely. Varsity athletes are prohibited from participating in the same Intramural Sport(s) in which they play on a varsity level. Scholarship athletes are strongly encouraged to discuss participation in Intramural Sports with their varsity coach, prior to signing on to a roster. By participating in Intramural Sports, students agree to abide by the Intramural Code of Conduct. Note: Intramural Sports privileges may be revoked given repeated code of conduct violations. Sports Rules: Please see IMLeagues/Regis for all Intramural Sports Rules. Summer 2016 Sports Golf & Grass Volleyball Registration: April 24 - May 8 Season: May 12 - June 12 Softball Registration: May 22 - June 5 Season: June 13 - July 14 Outdoor Soccer Registration: June 5 - July 7 Season: July 12 - August 9 To register, please select the "Registration" tab and follow the provided instructions. Expectations Intramural athletic participants are reminded that the University Standards of Conduct, as outlined in the Student Handbook, are applicable to intramural events. Students are encouraged to review the handbook sections entitled "Student Conduct Expectations" and "Prohibited Conduct." Students violating these standards will be subject to referral to the student judicial process, ejection from the playing area, and possibly be banned from intramural athletics. Specific conduct that will not be tolerated on the field of play include, but are not limited to, the following: Using or being under the influence of alcohol. Physically or verbally assaulting any player, referee, or bystander. Repeated use of obscenities. Issuance of threats or threatening behavior. Failure to comply with a university official, include ISC staff. In addition, intramural athletics recognizes the importance of good sportsmanship. Individuals are encouraged to bring their character with them when they play, and not leave it courtside. Intramural athletics is committed to encouraging the following personal conduct on the playing area: Treat competitors with respect, regardless of their abilities and skill level. Handling oneself with a measure of self-control and personal dignity. Develop a healthy spirit of competition that is not contingent upon degrading other competitors. Display a sense of fairness, honesty and integrity when interacting with participants and staff. Consequences Violations may result in any of the following sanctions, depending upon the seriousness of the incident, and whether it is committed by a first or repeat violator. Suspension from Intramural Sports for a period of no less than two weeks. Suspension from Intramural Sports through the end of the season in which the violation occurred. Suspension from Intramural Sports for the rest of the academic year. Expulsion from further intramural sports participation for the remainder of the students academic career at Regis. Sanctions will be determined by the Director of Intramural Sports in consultation with the Intramural Sports Council advisor. Appeals for such sanctions will be sent to the Director of Student Activities, or their designee. Welcome to the Intramural Sports Online Registration program. You can now register your team online. Signing up is easy and only takes about 5 minutes. Get started by creating an account on IMLeagues. Here, you will have access to a vast array of interactive features, including lifetime stats, trophies, and achievements. Download their mobile app, REC*IT, so you have access right from your phone! If you have any questions email our team or call the Office of Wellness and Recreation at 303.964.6065. Open Gym Intramural Sports will offer supervised open gym in the Ranger Fieldhouse on Monday and Wednesday evenings from 9:00pm to 11:00pm beginning Monday, September 14th. 2016/2017 Intramural Sports Schedule Check out IMLeagues.com/Regis for the full schedule. Look for additional sports and special events to be added soon. To register please select the "Registration" tab and follow the provided instructions. Intramural athletic events are held at any one of four locations on-campus and several location off-campus. Indoor events, such as; basketball, volleyball, and dodgeball, are held in the Ranger Dome. Outdoor contests are played on the West Field or the IMF field located north of the softball field.