Southern Methodist University's Intramural Sports program is offered through the Department of Campus Recreation. The Intramural Sports program has over 2,000 participants involved in over 20 different individual/dual and team sport activities throughout the academic year.
Through Intramural Sports, University community has the opportunity to learn and/or perfect physical skills, compete in a structured and safe environment, and challenge themselves and others through individual and team competition. Committed to the development of leadership qualities, Intramurals provides students not only the opportunity to lead and organize teams, but there are, also, employment opportunities. These opportunities include officiating, supervising, scorekeeping, equipment management, and office administration.
Sport offerings are scheduled into both competitive and recreational leagues for men, women, fraternities, sororities, residence halls, independents, co-recreational, and faculty/staff groups. Non-affiliated individuals may sign up as an individual participant and be placed on an existing team.
The Department of Campus Recreation and its staff assume no responsibility for injuries received through participation in Intramural activities. Students, faculty, and staff are reminded that their participation is completely voluntary! Participation in SMU Intramural Sports activities implies acceptance of all risks that are associated with participation in the activity. Provisions have been made for immediate first aid care, and when necessary, transportation to a hospital or emergency care facility. Each year a number of small injuries occur which require hospital treatment, the nature of Intramural activities and the large number of Southern Methodist University students, faculty, and staff who participate combine to make these occurrences inevitable. The Intramural Sports program strongly encourages that each participant have a physical examination and secure adequate medical insurance prior to participation.
For more information about Intramural Sports, please contact Bonnie Hainline, Director of Campus Recreation, at (214) 768-3367 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join the intramural program on the other side of the whistle. Enjoy an atmosphere where you get to make friends, make money, and make the call! No experience is necessary as all training is provided by the intramural program. You will just need to attend the training(s) associated with each sport to enter the hiring process and be eligible for hire.* You will not need to complete an application prior to attending the first training session.
Visit SMU Handshake to apply or email Bonnie Hainline email@example.com more information.