The Intramural Program is an important part of student life at NCSSM. These recreational activities provide opportunity to exercise, relieve stress, and build camaraderie among hall teammates. The program provides a variety of competitive sports for women and men. Soccer, Ultimate Frisbee, Dodge Ball, Volleyball, and Basketball are offered to both women and men. Participation is an enjoyable and relaxing complement to the academic life. The entire student body is encouraged to actively take part in the program.
The Coordinator of the Intramural Program is Mr. Brian Gonyeau. A full timefaculty member in Physical Activity and Wellness, Mr.Gonyeau also provides supervision of the Eilber Physical Education Center throughout the academic year. His duties as the Intramural Coordinator include: promotion and publicity for the overall program, preparation and administration of the intramural budget, arrangement of schedules and facilities for activities, maintenance of intramural records, settling disputes concerning competition or eligibility, evaluation and growth of the program, advisor to team captains, interpretation of the program as necessary to students and staff, provide rules for all intramural activities, supervise intramural team sport games, direct the training and supervision of officials and all intramural work service students.
Intramural Team Captains
These students are essential to the program in that each team must be represented in the program for the following purposes: to complete and return roster entry forms to PEC 104 on or before the publicized deadline, to be familiar with eligibility rules and special rules for the sport, to notify teammates about the game schedule (date, time and place) to prevent forfeits, to represent his/her team in all dealings with the Intramural Program, to maintain a high standard of sportsmanship in all contests, to submit line-ups to scorekeeper before the contest, to attend meetings and communicate information when requested by the Coordinator.
Publicity and Information
The Intramural Calendar, listing the year's activities, tentative registration periods and season, is distributed during the first week of the academic year in August to all Student Life Instructors and posted for staff on the bulletin boards in the Watts and Bryan mail rooms. Shortly before each sport registration period is to begin, flyers with pertinent sport information are distributed in the same manner. Student Life Instructors also receive registration forms with the program flyers. In addition, flyers are posted on the Intramural Bulletin Board, located beside PEC 107.
All students who intend to participate in the intramural program must have an annual medical examination and parental permission. Juniors are required to have a physical as a condition of enrollment. Seniors are strongly recommended to have a physical.
The Chancellor's Cup is presented at the end of each academic year to the male and female resident hall signifying participation and excellence in the Intramural Program.
The intramural handbook contains detailed information and rules governing the intramural program. It can be found here.