Intramural and Recreational Sports
During the Spring Semester we will have the Game Room and Weight Room open. These spaces offer students a great opportunity to stay active during the semester.
The Game Room, located in the Student Center Room 183, is open from 9:00 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Thursday.
The Weight Room, D-building Room 124, will be open from 9 a.m. t0 3 p.m. Monday-Thursday.
Seminole State College's Intramural and Recreational Sports Program is open to all currently enrolled students that have paid their Student Activity and Service Fee (SASF), as well as faculty and staff, regardless of the campus on which they work or take classes. The Intramural and Recreational Sports Department is committed to providing an opportunity for students to participate in a variety of team or individual sports.
7 reasons to get involved
- You'll make friends
- You'll relieve stress
- All activities are free
- Various skills levels and abilities can participate
- You'll build leadership skills
- It's great exercise
- It's fun!
Get started today!
- Schedule of events
- Start or join an intramural sports team
- Rules and Handbook
- IMLEAGUES- SIGN UP
- Employment Application
The Intramural and Recreational Sports Office can be located:
- Geoffrey Nelson, Coordinator, Intramural & Recreational Sports: Room SC-268 on the Sanford/Lake Mary Campus.
- Nicholas Bullocks, Assistant Coordinator, Intramural & Recreational Sports: Room SC-266 on the Sanford/ Lake Mary Campus.
Seminole State College of Florida's Intramural and Recreational Sports Program strives to promote an atmosphere of inclusiveness by hiring culturally competent staff members and providing facilities and programs that support all members of the Seminole State College community. Our expectation is that the Seminole State community will embrace an open-minded and respectful attitude toward personal and cultural differences.