South Campus Intramurals
Why have an intramural sports program on South Campus?
Our purpose is to provide exercise, recreation and fun to our participants in a relaxed yet structured environment.
Intramural sports enhance your academic experience by promoting and reinforcing:
- Teamwork and personal accomplishment
- Mutual respect and integrity
- Competition and recreation
- Skill and exercise
Everyone is encouraged to play to the best of their abilities. A win-at-all-cost attitude is inappropriate and is strongly discouraged.
The genuine value of intramural sports comes from playing–not from winning.
How can I participate?
Any current TCC South Campus student or employee is eligible to participate in intramural events. To participate, you must:
To participate, you must:
- Bring your TCC ID with you to each intramural event
- Sign the TCC participant waiver
- Check-in with intramural staff at each event
- Each team captain is responsible for the complete eligibility of all team participants.
- Each participant is responsible for verifying his or her eligibility.
No participation fees required.
What types of intramural events does South Campus Offer?
Our goal is to provide a variety of wellness opportunities to the campus community, so our events calendar is subject to change each semester.
Some of our events may include:
- Sport tournaments such as basketball, volleyball, flag football, soccer, etc.
- Creative wellness initiatives such as art, music, dance, etc.
- Interactive competitions such as obstacle courses, video game tournaments, trivia, etc.
- Monthly wellness activities such as nutritional cooking demos, fitness classes, yoga, meditation, etc.
- Leisure recreation such as a board game parties, mystery parties, stress relief activities, etc.
- Community running/walking events
When and where?
You can find more information about South Campus’s current intramural events by:
- Visiting the Intramural Events board in the SHPE
- Visiting the Office of Student Activities in SSTU 1101A
Student Activities Office
Updated October 26, 2017