- U of T Intramurals
U of T boasts one of the largest intramural programs in Canada, with over 10,000 students participating every year. The most popular co-curricular offering at U of T, intramural sport is a significant part of campus life for thousands of students. Sports include: badminton, basketball, broomball, European handball, field hockey, flag football, hockey, indoor cricket, indoor soccer, innertube water polo, lacrosse, rugby, soccer, softball, squash, table tennis, tennis, track meet, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball and water polo.
There is also a Tri-Campus program, the most competitive division of intramurals offered at U of T in which students from the Mississauga, St. George and Scarborough campuses participate. Tri-Campus is offered in men’s soccer, men’s hockey, women’s basketball, women’s volleyball and indoor soccer. Tryouts are involved in the selection of teams.
Students can sign up for intramural sports through their college and/or residence.
- UTM Campus Rec Intramural Program
The U of T Intramural Program is for current UTM students as well as UTM alumni and staff. Students, staff and UTM alumni will represent UTM in different sport leagues and tournaments in the University of Toronto Intramural Program. All students interested in playing for UTM are encouraged to come to the skill evaluations/try-outs. Beginners are always welcome and encouraged to attend.
On the UTM Campus, our Campus Rec Intramural Program is available for UTM students, staff and fee-paying alumni. There are numerous leagues and tournaments to choose from. Individuals and teams are welcome to join.
- UTSC Intramurals
The UTSC Department of Athletics & Recreation Intramural Program gives students the opportunity to represent UTSC in competitive sport leagues in the University of Toronto Intramural Program. These teams compete against various other colleges and faculties within the University of Toronto. On campus, Interhouse Leagues are available to current U of T students of 2009-2010 Athletics and Recreation Centre members.