Our intramural program has a diverse and extensive selection of over 17 sports with over 220 teams participating every semester.

If you’re interested in playing your favorite sport, trying out a new activity, or just want to make friends with similar interests, check out intramurals! Intramurals are all about participation, interaction, staying active, and most importantly – having fun. Intramural activities are organized for friendly, fun competition.

Intramurals are a safe and welcoming environment for all members of the RIT community, regardless of gender identity, gender expression, race, religion, actual or perceived disabilities, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, or culture, including Deaf culture.

Join a League

Any current RIT student, faculty, or staff can join or form a team. All intramural participants must register to join a league at

Registration closes automatically when a league is full. If a league is closed, you and your team can register on the waiting list. Teams are notified by the Intramural Office only if/when space becomes available. All leagues have a playoff bracket to determine a league champion at the end of the intramurals season.

Get Involved in Intramurals

League Levels

There are three different levels of intramural leagues to choose from. Check out the list below to help determine which league level is right for you:

The least competitive option, you will see a wide range of ability levels in Beginner. Advanced and Intermediate-level players should not register for this league.

(Example: You want to try a new activity for the first time and have some fun!)

A less-competitive option, Intermediate teams may have Advanced and/or Beginner-level players on their roster.

(Example: You are familiar with the activity and tried it a couple times, but you wouldn’t consider yourself an experienced player. You’re still looking to have some fun and compete a bit!)

Our most competitive option, we recommend that players with previous experience at a competitive level (high school, club, former varsity) register for this league. An Advanced team’s roster should have a majority of Advanced-level players.

(Example: You have quite a bit of previous experience with this activity and you’re ready for a little competition.)

A series of images showing R I T students participating in intramural team sports, including basketball, ultimate frisbee, volleyball, and indoor soccer.

Team Activities

  • 3-on-3 and 5-on-5 Basketball
  • Broomball
  • Cricket
  • Flag Football
  • Ice Hockey
  • Indoor and Outdoor Soccer
  • Softball
  • Ultimate Frisbee
  • Volleyball

Offerings vary from semester to semester. Visit for current offerings.


  • Canoe Battleship
  • Dodgeball
  • Golf
  • Spikeball®
  • Table Tennis
  • Tennis
  • and more!

Offerings vary from semester to semester. Visit for current offerings.

A collection of images showing R I T students playing various intramural sports in a tournament setting, including dodgeball, table tennis, unified basketball, and canoe battleship.

All leagues have a playoff bracket to determine a league champion.

Policies and Expectations

All participants must show valid RIT ID at the scorer’s table when checking in for a game. A University ID number may not be given in place of having a valid RIT ID. NO ID, NO PLAY, NO EXCEPTIONS.

Team captains are responsible for maintaining accurate rosters on FusionIM. If a player’s name does not appear on the printed or electronic roster at game time, he or she cannot play. Playing on more than one team in the same league will result in suspension.

FAQs and Resources

No! All leagues are first come, first served. Participants are free to choose the skill level that best fits their skill/competition level. Most leagues offer a beginner, intermediate or advanced levels.

Registration opens at the beginning of fall and spring semester on

Yes! All leagues have an option for free agents. Our team does our best to place all free agents on a team.

Registered Students, Faculty/Staff, Alumni (with an active SLC membership) and Retirees.

No, games only. Leagues play once per week only on the night you sign up for. For example: if you sign up for Thursday 6pm-11pm Outdoor Soccer, your games will be once per week on Thursday’s between 6pm and 11pm.

Leagues typically run 8 weeks for regular season with 2 weeks for playoffs.

While participation is completely optional, please be aware that if your team does not have enough players to participate, this will count as a forfeit for that game and the opposing team may not be able to find an opponent in time to play that week. Please reach out to as soon as possible if your team will not be able to attend an upcoming game.

All leagues on campus are free to play. If we utilize an off-campus facility (for example our golf league) there may be a cost associated.

Registration is always the first two weeks of fall or spring semester. Again, participants can register on!

Feel free to email us at: or stop by the Club Sport and Intramural Suite on the lower level of the Student Life Center, Office A-125!

Contact Us

Intramurals Office