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Campus Recreation Main Office

Temple University
Campus Recreation
Suite 102 McGonigle Hall
1800 N. Broad St.
Philadelphia, PA 19122

Office: 215-204-1267
Fax: 215-204-3800

Office hours: Monday thru Thursday 8:30am – 6:00pm
              Friday 8:30am – 5:00pm

Intramural Coordinator

Ray DeStephanis
McGonigle Hall, Suite 102
1800 N. Broad St.
Philadelphia, PA 19122

Office: 215-204-6919
Cell: 215-888-3502
Email: soccer@temple.edu

Campus Recreation Staff

Steve Young, Director                                215-204-1267
John Doman, Associate Director of Facilities         215-204-0595
Terri Sargent-Boone, Department Secretary            215-204-1267


Temple University Campus Recreation, a department within the Division of Student
Affairs, is the coordinating office for recreational sports programs on Main Campus.
More than 2,800 students, faculty, and staff participate daily in one or more of the various
activities offered by our office. These activities include intramurals (men’s, women’s,
and co-rec), sport clubs, informal recreation, special events and programs, group fitness,
adapted recreation, aquatics, and student staff development. Campus Recreation strives
to provide quality recreational opportunities which enhance the overall educational
experience of Temple University students.


The purpose of this handbook is to serve as an informative and procedural reference for
students, faculty and staff who participate in intramural sports. It is the responsibility of
team captains and participants to be knowledgeable of the information contained in this
handbook. The regulations and guidelines within this handbook provide the basis upon
which Campus Recreation will guide the Intramural Program.


Team Entries

1. Check the Campus Recreation Program Calendar for intramural registration dates.
   Log onto www.temple.edu/campusrec.

2. Decide on a sport league in which to participate.

3. Organize friends, house and hall mates, and/or co-workers to form a team.

4. Pick up an intramural registration form from Campus Recreation Main Office in
   McGonigle Hall, Suite 102.

5. Complete the intramural registration form completely and write your team’s available
   times. Ensure that all participants read the waiver, print their name and sign the
   registration form.

6. Turn in the intramural registration form to Campus Recreation Main Office along
   with the corresponding intramural deposit.

7. Attend one of the two scheduled captain meetings. Captains meetings are mandatory.
   If the team captain is unable to attend the captain’s meeting a team member must
   attend one of the meetings in the captain’s place.

Free Agents (Individual entired without a team)

Free agent registration is available for individuals who have not been able to join or find
a team. Individual free agent forms are available online at www.temple.edu/campusrec.
Please complete the form and send the information to Campus Recreation.

1. Free agents are expected to attend captain’s meetings in order to attempt to place you
   with a team.

2. Campus Recreation cannot guarantee placement of all free agents with a team.

3. If there are enough free agents to field a team one may be formed.

4. Individual deposits are not required for free agents.

Roster Regulations

1. All participants must read and sign the team roster/waiver form in its entirety.

2. Rosters are capped at 15 players— NO EXCEPTIONS.

3. Players who have not signed the roster are ineligible.

4. When adding a new player, the new player must come into Campus Recreation Main
   Office to sign the roster before participating in his/her first game. Players who have
   not signed the roster/waiver by 5:30pm the day of a game are not eligible to
   participate that evening. Rosters are not available at the intramural game site.

5. Rosters are ―frozen‖ after two (2) weeks of play during the regular season. At that
   time, additions to the roster are not permitted.

6. Participants may only play for one team per league. Playing in one game declares
   your allegiance to that team for the remainder of that season/tournament.

7. ―Free Agent‖ players may be added at anytime until rosters are frozen. Reminder—
   rosters may not exceeded 15 players.

Participation Deposits

Each intramural team is required to submit a deposit with their team intramural
registration for the respective sport. The following information provides a list of
deposit amounts for individual sports:

Flag Football                         $40.00
Outdoor/Indoor Soccer                 $40.00
Volleyball                            $40.00
Low Competition Basketball            $40.00
Women’s Basketball                    $40.00
Softball                              $40.00
Floor Hockey                          $40.00
Softball                              $40.00
Dodgeball                             $40.00
High Competition Basketball           $80.00

Campus Recreation accepts deposit payments in the form of cash, check, money order, or
diamond dollars.

Bounce Check Fee

1. $25.00 fee for all checks that bounce.


1. The intramural participant who paid the deposit is the only person who may complete
   an intramural deposit refund form. The refund will initiate the refund process.

2. Deposits paid via diamond dollars will be automatically refunded to the student’s
   diamond dollar account within 2 week’s from the final playoff game of the league.

3. Deposits paid via cash, check, or money order will be mailed a university-issued
   check within 4-6 weeks of the date of deposit refund request.

4. All refund requests must be submitted within TWO (2) WEEKS AFTER THE
   request may result in your refund being withheld.

5. Deposits will not be refunded under the following circumstances:

       a. Failure to attend captains meetings
       b. Forfeit
       c. Fighting
       d. Entry into the league after the registration deadline

Individual Participant Eligibility

The following criteria establish requirements for individual intramural participation:

1. Temple University students, faculty, and staff members.

2. Participants must possess a valid Temple University Owl card. Owl cards will be
   requested for verification by an intramural supervisor or scorekeeper prior to each
   intramural contest. A player who cannot produce an Owl card will not be permitted to
   play. Any team using an ineligible player will forfeit the contest in question.

3. Students who are a member of a NCAA team or sport club sport team, he/she may not
   participate in the corresponding intramural sport. Student athletes who are listed on
   the official NCAA or Club roster as of the first game of the season are ineligible. This
   roster will generally include any red-shirts and/or partial-qualifiers.

4. Non-qualifiers may participate in their associated sports, however only one (1) such
   player may play per team. Such a player is eligible upon registration for the duration
   of the league. Non-qualifiers are not eligible to participate in City 6 events featuring
   the sport (or related sport) they play. Non-qualifiers may participate in a related
   ―special event‖ but will not be eligible for prizes.

5. Alumni are not eligible to participate.

League structure which includes the number of games and game brackets will be
determined by the Intramural Coordinator based on facility availability, time allotment
for games and activity schedules. Registered teams must be able to play any time the
league is scheduled. Efforts may be made to accommodate team requests for specific
preferences when possible.


Regular season schedules are typically distributed on the Friday or Monday after the
captain meetings take place. Schedules are discussed at captain meetings for each sport.
Playoff schedules are predetermined and listed at the bottom of the regular season
schedule. Each team is made one copy of the sport schedule. Team captains must pick up
their copy in person at the secretary desk in Campus Recreation’s office, Suite 102,
McGonigle Hall.

Individual Sport Rules

Participants may obtain individual rules from the Intramural Coordinator. Additionally,
intramural rules are available at captains meeting and online at
www.temple.edu/campusrec. Each sport has its own set of rules that must be reviewed by
all participants. Intramural sport rules will reflect the specific sport rules of National
Intramural and Recreational Sports Association when possible.

Captain’s Responsibilities

It is the responsibility of all captains to educate team members of all Campus Recreation
Intramural policies and procedures. Team captains are expected to meet the following

1. Attend one of two mandatory captain’s meetings.

       NOTE: If the team captain is unable to make either of the captain meetings, a
       representative from the team must attend one of meetings in his/her place.

2. Act as the liaison between Campus Recreation and all team members.

3. Ensure that all players have registered with the Campus Recreation Intramural Staff
   by providing their valid Owl Card before the start of the game.

4. Complete the Campus Recreation Intramural roster/waiver form with participants’
   signatures for the individual sport.

5. Submit the required deposit prior to entry deadline.

6. Represent your team in communications with officials and supervisors.

7. Educate your team members regarding the consequences of poor sportsmanship for
   both the individual and the team.

8. Manage the behavior of all team members and spectators.

9. Ensure that team members understand and abide by all the Intramural Sports
   Policies as posted at www.temple.edu/campusrec.

10. Inform team members of the Campus Recreation Intramural Code of Conduct.

11. Inform any ejected players that they must promptly leave the facility in which the
    competition is being held. Failure to leave the facility will result in a team forfeit.
    When a player is ejected from a game the team captain must meet with the Intramural
    Coordinator the next business day.

12. Assign sportsmanship rating points to sports that are officiated. The rating must
    reflect the opposing teams conduct and sportsmanship.


Individual Participant Apparel/ Jewelry

1. Proper athletic footwear must be worn while competing; open-toed shoes, sandals and
   boots are prohibited. Athletic footwear facility policies are in effect at each respective
   site during intramural competition.

2. The wearing of jewelry is not permitted during intramural competition. Intramural
   staff will not hold jewelry for participants. In addition, jewelry may not be covered
   by tape or band-aids.

3. Medical tags are permissible.

4. Campus Recreation is not responsible for any lost or stolen items. Do not take
   valuables to Intramural contests and leave them unattended. Items have been stolen in
   the past while owners participated in games.

Equipment Policy

All intramural equipment is the property of Temple University and Campus Recreation.
During certain intramural events the team captain will be required to exchange his/her ID
for the equipment used by his/her team.

1. Equipment that is not returned by a team may result in team expulsion from
   intramurals for the academic year and/or forfeiture of the team’s deposit.

2. Abuse of equipment or intramural facilities will result in the individual or team’s
   ejection from the game or league.

Lost and Found

Personal equipment found on the intramural fields or in the gymnasium will be returned
to the Equipment Room in Pearson Hall. Lost items may be claimed during regular
equipment room hours.

Weather Policy

The Intramural Coordinator will make all decisions regarding weather related
postponements. Information pertaining to weather related cancellations that occur prior
to the start of the intramural activity will be provided for participants in the following

1. Cancellation decisions will be made by 5:00pm.

2. Campus Recreation will contact the team captains by phone.

3. Players may call the Intramural Coordinator’s cell phone (215-888-3502) after
   6:00pm and the coordinator will inform the callers of any cancellations.

4. Postponed intramural contests will not be rescheduled if field space and season length
   do not permit.

5. In the event that games are not rescheduled during the regular season, the games will
   result in a “WIN” for both teams.

Decisions related to game stoppage due to adverse weather conditions during an
intramural competition will be determined as follows

1. Supervisors will make the final stoppage of play decisions.

2. If a game is stopped in the first half of play the result will be “WINS” for both teams.

3. If the game is ended in the second half, the outcome at that point will be the final


In the event of a forfeit, the team will lose their deposit and be eliminated from the league
play. Teams may submit another deposit in order to reinstate the team back into league &
the playoffs. Teams have until close of the fourth business day following the forfeit to
pay the additional deposit. Forfeits are defined as:

   1. Failure to attend a game/match on time

***If a team provides the Intramural Coordinator with twenty-four hours notice
that they can not attend a contest, that team will not be assessed a forfeit, however,
they will receive a loss.


Assumption of Risk

Temple University nor the Department of Campus Recreation will accept responsibility
for injuries sustained while participating in Intramurals, Sport Clubs, Special Events,
Aerobics, Adapted Recreation or Informal Recreation activities. Medical costs are
constantly rising, and the expense of an unforeseen accident can seriously delay or even
destroy a student’s academic career. Campus Recreation hopes that all students are
protected against such a misfortune, and strongly suggests that students not currently
covered by a health and accident insurance policy obtain that coverage as soon as
possible. Additionally, participation in intramural activities is on a voluntary basis. Prior
to participating in any Intramural activity, all team members must read and sign the
waiver section on the intramural registration form.

Non-Discriminatory Clause

Campus Recreation is committed to providing recreational opportunities to all students.
Discrimination in any Campus Recreation activity is strictly prohibited on the basis of
race, color, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, handicap, marital status, religion,
or veteran status. For additional information please refer to the Student Code of Conduct
at: http://policies.temple.edu/getdoc.asp?policy_no=03.70.12

Ethnic Intimidation Policy

Temple University has a proud history of diversity. The Intramural Program is committed
to providing activities and programs that are open to all people and free of discrimination.
If you feel that you have been the victim of intimidation or harassment please:

1. Report the incident to the Intramural Coordinator or supervisor on duty at the
   intramural activity.

2. Personally report the incident to the Intramural Coordinator or Associate Director of
   Campus Recreation the next business day.

Whenever an individual at Temple University is charged with one of the applicable
criminal offenses, and the infraction is committed with ―malicious intent‖ towards a
particular race, color, religion, or national origin of another individual or group, the
offense shall be reported by the officers of the University to the appropriate law
enforcement agencies. Temple University will fully cooperate with these agencies in
investigating and prosecuting the offender.

Emergency Procedures

In the event of an emergency, always remain calm. Ensure that the following actions are
taken to respond to each situation.

Life or Death Emergency

       1) Immediately call Temple University Security at 1-1234 (if on campus). Have
           pertinent information ready when you call (location, type of emergency, status
           of victim, who will meet the ambulance, etc.)
       2) Contact the Campus Recreation Office if during business hours: Monday-
           Thursday, 8:30am-6:00pm, and Friday, 8:30am-5:00pm.

       3) Follow up with the Intramural Coordinator the next day and turn in completed
          Injury/Accident report form.

Major Injury (neck, back, spinal cord, major ligament tear, compound fracture, etc)

       1) Evaluate situation.
       2) Contact Temple University Security at 1-1234 .
       3) Make injured person as comfortable as possible.
       4) Contact Campus Recreation Office if during business hours.
       5) Contact Intramural Coordinator
       6) Fill out an Injury/Accident Report form completely and follow up with the
           Intramural Coordinator the following day.

Minor Injury (ankle sprain, broken finger, minor cut/scrape, etc)

       1) Evaluate situation.
       2) Contact Security at 1-1234 if immediate attention is required.
       3) Fill out an Injury/Accident Report completely and return to the Intramural
          Coordinator the following day.

Blood Born Pathogen Policy

The procedures for handling potentially contaminated blood and body fluids have been
instituted to decrease the risk of transmission of blood born pathogens. The following
blood born pathogen procedures must be abided by all intramural participants and staff:

1. An intramural participant with a bleeding/hemorrhaging wound must cease play at

2. If a Campus Recreation staff member notices a participant with a hemorrhaging
   wound, the staff person will stop play immediately.

3. A participant may resume play only after removal of soiled garment(s) and/or
   personal item(s), and the wound has been cleaned and covered by the participant.

4. Questions regarding this policy may be addressed with the Intramural Coordinator @

Taunting Policy

The following policies pertain to taunting:

1. Taunting includes any actions or comments by participants, coaches or spectators
   which are indented to bait, anger, embarrass, ridicule, or demean other. Examples of
   taunting include but are not limited to; ―trash talk‖ defined as verbal communications
   of a personal nature directed by a participant to an opponent by which is likely to
   provoke an altercation.

2. Taunting also includes physical intimidation outside the spirit of the game including
   ―in the face‖ confrontation by one player to another and standing over a tackled or
   fallen player.

3. Intramural Officials are directed by Campus Recreation to consider taunting a
   flagrant unsportsmanlike foul that disqualifies the offending participant or coach from
   the day of competition. Additionally, the offender shall be subject to disciplinary
   actions from Campus Recreation which may involve expulsion from the intramural

4. A warning shall be given to both teams by game officials prior to the game. At all
   game sites, officials may give spectators warning one time for taunting.

5. Spectators who continue to taunt players, coaches, officials, or other spectators are
   subject to ejection from the intramural competition.

Student Code of Conduct

Temple University intramural participants are required to abide by all University Student
Code of Conduct guidelines. Based on Camus Recreation Intramural policies the Student
Code of Conduct is in effect while participating in intramural competitions. Each
intramural participant should review the entire Student Code of Conduct. For a complete
listing of student intramural expectation on behavior, the entire document can be found
on the web at http://www.temple.edu/provost/deanofstudents/Deptprograms.html.

Hazing Policy

Temple University prohibits any form of hazing in Temple University student
organizations or events. Hazing is referred to as ―any act that endangers the mental or
physical health or safety of a person, embarrasses, frightens, or degrades a person or that
destroys or removes public or private property, for the purpose of initiation, admission
into, or affiliation with, or as a condition for continued membership, in a group,
organization or team.‖ Each intramural participant is responsible to ensure that hazing
does not occur in any intramural team events.

Drug and Alcohol Policy

In accordance with the University Policy any drug and alcohol use will be reported to the
University Disciplinary Committee. The policy can be found in its entirety on the web at
(http://policies.temple.edu/getdoc.asp?policy_no=03.70.01. Pursuant to University-wide Drug
and Alcohol Policy revisions of June 2003, the Department of Campus Recreation will
enforce and abide by the following:

             ―The use, possession and/or under the influence of any form of
             alcohol or drugs at a Campus Recreation event (intramurals,
             sport clubs, informal recreation, etc.) is prohibited. An
             individual involved in violation of this policy will be written up
             and referred to Campus Safety Services for possible University
             Disciplinary Committee or criminal action. The student will
             also be suspended from current recreational activity as
             determined by the Department of Campus Recreation pending
             the disposition of the disciplinary review. Alcohol/drugs are
             prohibited in/at any of the recreational facilities.‖


Smoking is strictly prohibited at all recreational areas. Violators will be asked to leave
the premises.

Intramural Sportsmanship Code

Campus Recreation Intramural participants are expected to exhibit good sportsmanship.
Good Sportsmanship requires respect for opponents, Campus Recreation Intramural staff,
and all spectators in attendance. In order for the Intramural Program to succeed, all
competitors must abide by the rules of the game and the rulings of the officials.
Competitors who do not cooperate jeopardize not only their own eligibility, but that of
their team. The following scale will be used by team captains to rate sportsmanship
during Intramural contests:

       Sportsmanship Rating

       4- Excellent Conduct and Sportsmanship:
       Players cooperate with the IM staff and other team members. Team captain
       calmly converse with the IM staff about interpretation and calls, as well as
       exhibits control of their teammates.

       3- Good Conduct and Sportsmanship:
       Team members complain about some decisions made my IM staff and/or show
       minor dissension.

       2- Average Conduct and Sportsmanship:
       Teams show verbal dissent towards IM staff and/or opposing team. Team captain
       exhibits minor control over teammates.

       1- Below Average Conduct and Sportsmanship:
       Teams constantly commenting to the IM staff and/or opposing team from the field
       and/or sidelines. Team captain exhibits little or no control over teammates or

       0-Poor Conduct and Sportsmanship:
       Team is completely uncooperative. Team captain has no control over teammates
       and/or themselves.

Intramural Fighting Policy

Campus Recreation will not tolerate fighting. Individuals involved in violations of
Temple University fighting policies will automatically be referred to the Temple
University Disciplinary Committee. To ensure appropriate behavior, students should refer
to Temple University Student Code of Conduct; Page 3, Section III, Behavior Guidelines.
Copies may be picked up in the Dean of Student’s Office (Student Center Rm. 304)
of the Office of Judicial Affairs (Student Center Rm. 316).

       Sportsmanship Violations and Penalties

       The following grid provides type of violation and Temple penalty for unsportsmanlike
       conduct during intramurals:

                    Official Intimidation      Fighting/ Roughing     Discretionary         Intent to Injure
                   Penalties                   Penalties              Penalties             with Force
1 Game             Constant baiting and/or     Excessive aggression   Other
Suspension         taunting                                           unsportsmanlike
2 Game             Verbal abuse                Excessive force        Repeat offences
Suspension         Obscenities
                                               Physical abuse
3 Game             Excessive verbal abuse      Third person           Overly aggressive
Suspension                                     involvement
                   Physical crowding
                                               Fighting (1 punch)
4 Game                                         Fighting               Post game incidents
5+ Game                                        Excessive fighting     Travesty to the
Suspension                                                            game
Out of League                                  Individuals leaving    Abuse to intramural   Not causing
                                               bench/sideline         staff                 injury
                                               results in team                               (1 year
                                               expulsion                                    suspension)
Out of All         Contact with, spitting at                          Causing injury        Causing injury
Intramural         or chasing official                                                      (unlimited
Activities                                                                                  suspension)
                   Physical Intimidation

                   Threatening verbal

       Cheating Policy

       Any player found cheating will be suspended from the Intramural Program for a total of
       one calendar year. In the event of gross violations the participants may be permanently
       prohibited from participating in Campus Recreation intramural activities. Examples of
       cheating include:
          1. Participating under an assumed name
          2. Participating while currently under suspension form the intramural program
          3. Participating for more than one team
          4. Fraudulently using another person’s ID
          5. Misrepresenting scores


1. Any player or coach receiving an ejection must meet with the Intramural Coordinator
   before participating in the next intramural competition.

2. Penalties for ejection may include suspension and/or probation for a period of one
   game up to an entire academic year.

3. A player may submit an appeal for his/her suspension; however, that player may not
   participate in any intramural competition while the appeal is in review.

4. In the case of extreme misconduct, team and/or individuals will be referred to the
   University Disciplinary Committee.


Protests must be made by the team intramural captain. Protests will be reviewed for the
following reasons:

1. Misinterpretation of a playing rule

2. Failure of an official to apply the correct rule to a give situation

3. Failure to impose the correct penalty for a give violation

4. Matters of eligibility

Procedure to lodge a protest:

1. The team captain must make any procedural game protests to officials and supervisor
   in charge at the time of the incident in question.

2. If the team captain lodged a protest with a game official, the team captain must
   submit a written protest by close of the next business day (see page one for
   business hours) to the Intramural Coordinator to receive a ―Win by Default‖.

3. Written protests should include the following: captain’s name, team name, sport,
   game date, time and location of game, and specifically what you are protesting.


The appeal process exists to ensure that rulings or disciplinary actions taken against
Intramural teams or individuals are equitable. The person/council/committee to which a
decision is appealed will review the previous decision and rule on its appropriateness
given the infraction(s) or circumstances surrounding the specific case. As with any
appeal, the person/council/committee may decide to lessen the penalty, uphold the
previous decision, or increase the penalty levied by the staff or council.

The Intramural Appeals Committee is composed of the following Campus Recreation
full-time staff:

       John Doman, Associate Director
       Chris Hopkins, Assistant Director
       Erin Downey, Membership Services Support Coordinator
       Lauren Castro, Graduate Extern

Suspension/ Appeal Process

The following timeline will accompany all appeals of intramural participant suspensions:

Day 1: Student is suspended.

Day 2: Appeal letter must be received by close of business day.

       Appeal letter must be received by close of next business day after suspension (see
       page one for business hours). The appeal letter must contain the following
       information or the appeal will not be reviewed:

       Name of appealing student
       Date, time and place of contest
       Names of contestants involved
       Name of officials/IM workers involved
       Description of incident in question
       Why decisions should be overturned

Day 3-4: Intramural Appeals Committee (IAC) reviews appeal letter.

The Intramural Appeals Committee will review the appeal letter within two business
days. In order to recommend that Campus Recreation reconsider the original decision the
following criteria must be established:

1. New evidence sufficient to alter the decision

2. Procedural defects that substantially prevented the student from obtaining fair

3. Discipline that is found to be grossly disproportionate to the violation.

Day 5: Appeal recommendation reviewed and decided upon by the Director of Campus
Recreation. Campus Recreation has final decision on all intramural appeals.

Any further appeals must be made to the Ombudsperson in Student Affairs in the form of
an official university grievance.

Below is a list of Campus Recreation facilities and the specific intramural sport that
corresponds to the activity held:

        Student Pavilion (15th Street, between Norris & Montgomery Street)
        -Volleyball, low comp basketball, dodgeball

        Pearson Hall, Gym 100 (Broad and Montgomery Street)
        -High comp basketball, floor hockey, indoor soccer, women’s basketball

        Turf Field (15th Street, between Norris & Montgomery Street)
        - Flag football, softball, outdoor soccer

Access to Facilities

All students and employees participating in intramural sports must have current Campus
Recreation Facility Access

1. Students

   a. Intramural participants must have current Campus Recreation access privileges in
      order to utilize the IBC Student Recreation Center, the Student Pavilion,
      McGonigle Hall Gymnasium, or the Pearson Hall Pool.

   b. Students enrolled for 12 or more undergraduate credits or 9 or more graduate
      credits are automatically assessed the recreation fee in their tuition bill and are
      granted access to all Campus Recreation Facilities.

   c. Students enrolled for less than 12 undergraduate credits or less than 9 graduate
      credits have a choice of utilizing the recreational facilities by paying the rec
      access fee.

   d. If a student needs to purchase recreation access they may do so at the Bursar’s
      Office (1st floor Carnell) and then take the receipt to Campus Recreation (102
      McGonigle Hall) to have their Owl Card swipe activated.

2. Employees

   a. Temple University Employees must have current Campus Recreation access
      privileges in order to utilize the IBC Student Recreation Center, the Student
      Pavilion, McGonigle Hall Gymnasium, or the Pearson Hall Pool.

   b.   Employees can pay for Campus Recreation access through Payroll Deduction or
        can pay manually each semester. Employees can go to Campus Recreation (102
        McGonigle Hall) to sign up.

The following support staff is employed to administer intramural activities:

Intramural Coordinator

Responsibilities of the Intramural Coordinator include:

   1. Chair all captains’ meetings.
   2. Schedule and coordinate the operation of all intramural sports.
   3. Resolve intramural disputes.
   4. Determine playoff tie-breaking seeding.
   5. Structure playoff brackets.
   6. Coordinate intramural captains to enable the captain to lead their teams according
      to Campus Recreation and University Policy.
   7. Serve as liaison between Campus Recreation and individual team captains
   8. Verify and approve the eligibility of all intramural participants.

Intramural Supervisors

The following responsibilities are assigned to the Intramural Student Supervisor:

       Organize the event and direct teams.
       Ensure that good sportsmanship is practiced at all times.
       Supervise participants and staff at events.
       Determine staff’s responsibilities for event (assign refs and scorekeepers).
       Complete Facility Condition Report.
       Understand all rules in order to answer questions and solve disputes.
       Ensure that Campus Recreation Emergency Procedures are followed.
       Report all incidents and accidents and forward them to Intramural Coordinator.


The following responsibilities are assigned to the Intramural Scorekeeper:

       Understand all rules in order to field questions.
       Collect all IDs from participants, and check names against the score sheets to
        confirm player eligibility.
       Maintain scores on scoreboard and score sheet.
       Complete injury reports.
       Ensure that captains complete the sportsmanship rating form.
       Maintain IDs until the team captain signs and completes the sportsmanship
        rating form.

Intramural Officials

The following responsibilities are assigned to the Intramural Officials:

      Wear proper attire (ref shirt, dark pants/shorts, sneakers, flags, whistle, etc.).
      Understand all rules in order to field questions and ensure proper implementation
       of the rules.
      Control sportsmanship during intramural activities.
      Complete injury reports.
      Complete sportsmanship rating form.
      Maintain game clock and team possession.

How to Apply for Employment

Applications may only be submitted online from the TU Student Employment Website.
In order to apply for employment with Campus Recreation, please complete the
following steps:

1. Log on to TU Portal with your AccessNet user name and password.

2. Once in the main TU Portal page, click on ―Students Links,‖ which will open the TU
   link for students page.

3. Click on the link ―Student Jobs @ Temple,‖ which will open the TU Student
   Employment Website.

4. To create an application through the Student Employment Website, you must first
   select a user name and password.

5. Then log on with your email address or user name and password to browse
   employment opportunities and submit an application.

6. All positions under Campus Recreation are identified broadly as ―Recreation

7. Click on ―Recreation Specialist‖ to view subcategories of student positions within
   Campus Recreation. Areas of employment under ―Recreation Specialist‖ include:

          Main Office Assistant
          IBC/PAV/Intramural Facility Monitor
          Group Fitness Leader
          Adapted Recreation Assistants
          Lifeguards
          Intramural Sports Officials

Temple University offers extramural competition via the CITY 6 EXTRAMURAL
CLASSIC for flag football, volleyball, basketball and softball. CITY 6 eligibility is
restrictive, as determine by the CITY 6 committee, and requires full-time undergraduate
status (a minimum of 12 credits/semester). For further information on CITY 6 activities-
contact the Intramural Coordinator. Sport Club, partial and non-qualifying student-
athletes cannot participate in CITY 6 for their associated sport.


For more information on Campus Recreation intramural activities please visit out website
@ www.temple.edu/campusrec. Click the Intramurals link of the right side of the
screen you can find information on the following:

      Schedules
      Standings
      City 6 link
      Picture Gallery
      Sport Rules
      Free Agent form
      Game Results
      IM Handbook

Campus Recreation would like to thank the following sponsors:
    City 6
    NIRSA
    Life Fitness


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