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How to sign up for Intramural Sports

All team and individual sport activities require a completed entry form and payment of the registration fee by the designated deadline. Entry forms will not be accepted if they are not accompanied by fee payment. Please note that the entry fees vary in price between league sports and tournaments. Check with the Intramural Sports Program for specific league and tournament entry fees.

  1. Visit IM Leagues.
  2. Sign-up for an individual profile on the IM leagues Website.
  3. Find our school (Nevada or University of Nevada Reno) and click "Join School'
  4. Click 'Start a Team' or Request to 'Join a Team'.
  5. Each team captain will need to pass the IM handbook test before a team is created.
  6. Each team member will need to pass a sport specific test to join a team.
  7. Team fees must be paid in person at the Lombardi Recreation Center.
  8. Each team captain or team representative will need to attend the sport specific captain informational meetings.

The University's Intramural Program offers students many fun and inexpensive sport activities. For more information about intramural sports please visit the Intramural office located by the Membership Services Desk on the first floor of the Lombardi Recreation Building or call (775) 784-1897.

League Play

Designed for team participation, leagues consist of a five-week season with each team competing once per week for a five game season. All teams that qualify then move onto a single elimination championship tournament for that sport.

Tournament Play

Designed for individual or team participation, tournaments start and finish during a designated time period, usually within a week. Participants usually play multiple games.

Divisions of Play

All leagues and tournaments are recreational to promote participation over competition. Intramural Sports play features Men's, Women's, and Co-Ed Divisions. Some sports will have further divided levels of play that could include an "A", "B"  or "C" in a division. Co-Ed Leagues will require a minimum number of women and at least one male needed to begin and play a game.  More specific rules are available in the specific sport's rule books.

Eligibility

All officially enrolled University of Nevada, Reno students, faculty, and staff members are eligible to participate in Intramural Sports. When competing in Intramural Sports, undergraduate students must be enrolled in six (6) undergraduate credits, and graduate students must be enrolled in at least three (3) graduate credits. Participants must show a valid University ID each time they wish to participate in intramural sports. Players on a Co-Ed team may also play in the Men's or Women's Division of the same sport.

Free Agents

No team? No problem! If you would like to participate in intramural sports as a free agent you will be required to sign-up for an IM Leagues account. Free Agents will be required to attend the sport specific meeting for the sport they desire to participate in. If you are picked up as a free agent, you will need to revisit the IM Leagues website to 'Join A Team', the team captain will need to be added to a roster through IM Leagues to be eligible for play.

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