Tennis and Spikeball Tournament Registration Open
All League Rosters Lock May 12 @ 11:59pm
Registration process: Register your teams/yourself on imleagues.com FIRST and then pay for your All-Access pass through Active Net. This method is more streamlined and keeps the process as close to ‘real time’ as possible for captains and participants to see what leagues still have space in them. DO NOT pay and then attempt to add yourself to a team/league. Processing payment for All-Access passes typically takes one or two business days.
Individual Participant Fee/All Access Pass: UC Santa Cruz Intramural Sports offers an individual participant fee structure. Once a participant pays the individual participant fee for the quarter ($20.00) they are eligible to participate in as many different UC Santa Cruz Intramural Sports events as they wish for the appropriate quarter. Please click the following link for more information on the All Access Pass.
For more directions on how to register for Intramural Sports, please click here.
UC Santa Cruz Intramural Sports History and Mission
The Intramural Sports (IM) program is one of the oldest traditions on campus beginning in the spring of 1966. Intramural Sports are a wide collection of recreational and competitive activities designed to encourage participation for all eligible people to play on campus. The program prides itself on sportsmanship, inclusion, and justice.
Intramurals are structured for different skill levels and are conducted in a safe, supervised environment. Participants do not need to be an experienced athlete to play! Intramural Sports are open to all UC Santa Cruz students currently enrolled, faculty, staff, and alumni or community members with current memberships. Intramural Sports are a fun way to play, meet friends, learn new sports, test physical ability, and relieve the stress of daily routines. Most activities allow you to select the days and times you play, as well as the people on your team.
We are a program dedicated to offering a rewarding collegiate experience. Many job opportunities exist within the program which provide quality training in officiating sports, supervision of peers, and office administration.
Intramural Sports strives on being a student program and welcomes all suggestions and comments regarding activities, facilities, and personnel. A determined effort is made to provide services which are responsive to student recreational interests.
The Office of Physical Education, Recreation, and Sports (OPERS) at UC Santa Cruz provides students, faculty, staff, alumni, and the Santa Cruz community the opportunity to become actively involved in an organized sports and recreation program. Services provided by OPERS include Intramural Sports, Sport Clubs, NCAA Athletics, FitLife Classes, Recreation trips, and Physical Education classes.