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The Recreational Sports Department offers a wide range of intramural, extramural, and club sports programs for
students, faculty, and staff.
Intramural team sports competitions include: volleyball, basketball, soccer, softball, dodgeball, and others.
Intramural individual/dual competitions are available in: racquetball, tennis, golf, bowling, badminton, pickleball,
throlf, miniature golf, handball, 2x2 coed basketball, and others.
Club sports (dues paying athletic clubs) are offered in: tennis, table tennis, handball, racquetball, tae kwon do, and
gymnastics. Additionally, there is a very active Student Officials Association (SOA) leadership development
All students are encouraged to participate in the recreational sports program in the activity or competition of their
choice and to try new ones. Students may participate as part of their fraternity, sorority, campus club or
organization, or enter as an organized independent team. Leagues are always available for men’s, women’s, and
More information may be obtained through the Recreational Sports/Intramural Office located in room 140 on the
first floor of the Mabee Complex, 670-1472. Announcements, information and current listings are noted on the
Recreational and Intramural bulletin boards on the first and second floors of Mabee Complex or the basement of
Moody Center. Or visit th
Due to danger, the hitting of golf balls on campus is not permitted at any time.
Declaring a Degree
Each student must confer with his/her advisor and decide on a major and minor (if applicable). This should be done
no later than after the completion of 60 semester hours.
The major advisor, or certification officer if education major, will submit an Application for Declaring Degree to the
Office of the Registrar.
Freshmen are not allowed to enroll in a one-hour varsity athletic class for credit. One year of participation with a
varsity athletic program is required before being enrolled in a one-hour varsity athletic class for credit. Varsity
athletics and/or club sports may be taken for only one physical education credit in each sport of participation.
The major professor, as well as the certification officer in the Irvin School of Education (if applicable), and the
student will receive from the Office of the Registrar notice via email that the Academic Evaluation (degree pan) is
within a couple of weeks.
All substitutions and waivers must be submitted by the advisors in the major and minor areas as soon as the
substitution/waiver is made.
Academic Records and Transcripts
The Office of the Registrar is responsible for all academic records. Information regarding transcripts and transfer of
credits can be obtained from the Office of the Registrar, 1
Floor, Sandefer Memorial Building. Students have
access to their grades and transcripts o