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Students play an intramural basketball game.

The Barnes Center at The Arch hosts a variety of intramural sports and tournaments for students, faculty and staff to get involved in and stay active.

Basketball sitting on the court.

With more than 400 intramural sports teams that compete in tournaments and leagues, there is something for everybody.

From basketball to golf, intramural sports offer members of the Syracuse University community, including SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry students, with opportunities to compete in a fun and supportive environment throughout the academic year.

Ways to Get Involved 

Whether an experienced player or trying out a sport for the first time, there is a place for everyone to join in and get involved.

Participating in Intramural Sports

Students playing wiffleball in the gym.

How to Register

Everyone is welcome to join any intramural sport. You have the option of choosing different competition levels based on your skills and competitive spirit. You also have the option of creating your own team or entering the leagues solo, which will allow you to be placed on a team and meet new students.

Learn more about how to register
Student holding a kickball.

Intramural Sports Student Employment

Do you want to be part of the action without actually playing? Get paid to officiate your favorite sports. Throughout the academic year, a variety of student staff positions are available in Handshake by searching “Intramural Sports.”

Explore opportunities on Handshake
Students playing touch football.
Students playing an intramural wiffleball game.
Flag football team posing and smiling.