In order to create more inclusive and engaging spaces, several of our intramural team-based offerings promote open leagues, where there are no gender designations, requirements, or altered playing rules. Non-binary transgender participants may play in the league they feel is most appropriate to them regardless of medical transition. Leagues are recreational in nature, and their purpose is to promote friendly competition among all participants.
The recreational division applies to all sports. It offers a more recreational environment for teams that desire to participate in a more relaxed atmosphere.
The competitive division is offered for teams seeking a high level of competition (e.g., advanced-skill players, former high school athletes) and is offered for most sports.
Teams are required to have both male and female identifying participants. There is a participant minimum number required for both male and female identifying participants, and they vary by sport.
This league is designed for participants that are active members of campus organizations within the Interfraternity Council, United Sorority and Fraternity Council or National Pan-Hellenic Council.
This league is designed for individuals who personally identify themselves as female.
This league is designed for individuals who personally identify themselves as male.