Become an Intramural Official

Do you love sports?
Do you want a job that is close enough to campus that you can walk to work?
Have you ever wanted to try learning the other side of sports: Officiating and Scorekeeping?
If so, Intramural Sports is the perfect job for you!

We train officials for every sport that is offered by the Intramural Sports program. In order to become an official or scorekeeper, attend a clinic for the sport(s) you wish to work. Working as an intramural official or scorekeeper is not only fun! You can gain valuable management, customer service, and leadership skills that easily transfer into any career field!

While previous experience in playing and/or officiating is helpful, we provide officials with the training and knowledge to be able to officate any sport they desire.

Sport Training Dates Fall 2015

 Sport Option 1 Option 2 Time


Wed. September 1st

Thurs. September 2nd


Flag Football

Mon. September 14th

Tues. September 15th


Outdoor Soccer

Wed. September 16th

Thurs. September 17th


CoRec Basketball

Wed. October 21st

Thurs. October 22nd


4v4 Flag Football

Tues. December 1st



Sport Training Dates Spring 2016

 Sport Option 1 Option 2 Time


Tues. January 26th

Wed. January 27th


4v4 Flag Football

Tues. February 2nd



Indoor Soccer

Tues. February 9th

Wed. February 10th



Tues. March 8th

Sun. March 20th


Floor Hockey Wed. March 9th Sun. March 20th 9:00pm

All clinics will be held in the Paul Morrison Room, located in the Bell Center, and last approximately 2 hours. Clinics will utilize a variety of methods to provide instruction for all learning types, including PowerPoints, Lecture, and on the court/field scrimmages. 

Whistles and officials shirts are provided for those who complete the required training. Please wear active clothing to clinics, as we will be active!

In order to be able to work a sport, only one of the clinic options offered must be attended. If you would like to work a sport, please contact Jordan Grindeland at

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