The Intramural program provides a variety of recreational opportunities for the MSU community. Individual/dual activities include badminton, tennis, golf, racquetball, basketball skills competition (spot shot, 3 point, free throw), corn toss, table tennis, bowling and swimming. Team sports such as softball, volleyball, soccer, basketball, bowling, golf, tug-of-war, beach volleyball, swimming, wallyball, dodgeball, wiffleball and ultimate frisbee are offered during the appropriate season. Informal "drop-in" recreational opportunities such as racquetball, basketball, volleyball and game tables are available whenever the Recreation and Wellness Center is open for business. For additional information, contact the Intramural Office at 606-783-5284.
How Do I Participate?
Members of the MSU community (currently enrolled students and faculty/staff) are eligible to participate in intramural programs. Additional eligibility requirements are outlined in the Intramural Handbook.
Register for intramural activities online by creating an account using your MSU email account. Fees may be paid at the front desk of the Recreation & Wellness Center or by calling 606-783-2083. We accept cash, personal check, credit/debit card and Beaker Bucks.
Participants may choose to enter teams in Men’s, Women’s and Co-Rec divisions of the Greek, Residence Hall or Independent Leagues. A participant must be an active member of the Greek organization or reside in the residence hall s/he represents. Independent Leagues are open to any qualified participant. An entry fee will be assessed for each team entered.
Men’s, Women’s and Co-Rec divisions are offered. Most activities are free, with the exception of the golf tournaments, held at MSU’s Eagle Trace Golf Course.
Individuals that would like to participate, but are not affiliated with an organization or residence hall may contact the Intramural Office at 606-783-5284 for information on how to register as a ‘free agent’.
Assumption of Risk
Participation in intramural and recreational activities is entirely voluntary. Individuals participate at their own risk and assume responsibility for their own health and safety. It is strongly recommended that all participants consult a physician and/or have a physical prior to participation. Morehead State University makes available an optional limited benefit accident/health insurance. Participants are encouraged to secure their own personal health coverage.