FAQ about IntramuralsHow can I register intramurals?Online at www.ccsu.edu/recentral under the intramurals tab at www.imleagues.com.What if I don’t have a team?If you want to join a team, and have no other team mates, register as a ‘free agent’, and come to the captains meeting for your league to be placed on a team. Captain’s meeting dates can be found on the Intramurals Calendar. What sports are offered?Soccer, flag football, floor hockey, dodgeball, volleyball, basketball, kickball, waterpolo, badminton,and softball.Where do we play? Flag football, soccer and softball are played on Arute Football Field and the new recreation field. Volleyball, dodge ball, and basketball are played in the Kaiser Gymnasium. Floor hockey is played on the outdoor basketball courts behind the bubble.How do I become an official? Contact RECentral’s main office for an application 860-832-3732 or online at www.ccsu.edu/recentral under the employment tab.What do we get if we win? An Intramural Champion t-shirt, your teams’ picture taken, and posted on the main wall outside RECentral’s office and on the website - so everyone knows who the intramural champions are.Can I play on more than one team in the same sport?NO – here at RECentral we want every team to have the same advantage, playing on more than one team is not fair, and if someone is found playing on 2 teams, they will be ejected from the league. Although, you cannot play on two teams in one sport, you can play more than one sport at a time, for example, you can play Soccer and Football during the same season.Can I play intramurals if I’m on an NCAA team in college?Yes, but you cannot play the intramural sport you played in the NCAA if you are still playing it, if you no longer play the varsity sport you can play on the intramural team.Who may participate in Intramurals? Must be full time student, faculty or staff with a valid blue-chip card. At this time we do not allow part-time students.
When are standings posted/updated? They are posted online the morning after the games are played.Where can I park? The best place to park for any intramurals is Arute Field parking lot. When is intramural registration? Registration varies by season and sport, due dates are below. Please see Intramural Calendar. What should I bring with me to games? Bring your BLUE-CHIP CARD, you will not be allowed to play unless you have it, and an optional water bottle.Can I add players to my roster during the season? Yes, you can add players until before the first overall playoff game, after that it is not allowed.How long does the season last? Roughly 6 weeks including playoffs during the last week.How do I find out my team's game schedule? Online at www.imleagues.com, or on the RECentral office board (located outside the office Kaiser 039)How do I find out if games are canceled? Online at www.ccsu.edu/recentral and all players will also be emailed and/or text messaged if there is a cancelation.Um, you haven't answered my question…Anymore questions call the RECentral Office at 860-832-3732!
The goal of our program is to establish fun, active, and inviting environments for all skill levels. Various leagues and tournaments are offered to the entire CCSU Community each year. Through participation in our programs, students are able to remain physically active and develop leadership, teamwork, sportsmanship and other important life skills. If you like sports or being active, we definitely have something for you!
Are you interested in working as a sports official? We're currently hiring students to referee flag football, soccer, volleyball, floor hockey, basketball, and softball. The position offers flexible hours, competitive pay, and is a great way to stay involved with sports. No experience is necessary - paid training is provided. If you're interested, please fill out an Intramural Referee Application.
New to RECentral this year is the RECentral Cup. This competition will be for an overall team’s points championship. It rewards teams who participate in multiple sports and events throughout the school year. Teams will be reward based on participation, sportsmanship, and performance. At the conclusion of the spring semester, a champion will be named in Men’s and Women’s/ Co-ed to the team with the highest point total. Each division champion will receive All-Campus Champion shirts and have their name placed on a trophy in the Recreation Office. This will be the inaugural year of what we hope will become an annual tradition at Central Connecticut State University.