The Intramural Sports program at Kennesaw State University functions within the Department of Sports and Recreation. The program strives to uphold the mission and pursue the vision of the department as a whole through the events and sports offered. 

Mission

Intramural Sports seeks to further the educational experience at Kennesaw State University by promoting the personal development of physical, social, and mental well-being among our students and campus community. The program offers diverse opportunities and services in a safe, competitive, and sportsmanlike environment to promote this well-being in a positive manner.

Vision

The Kennesaw State Intramural Sports program aspires to be the leader amongst peer programs across the nation. The program is committed to accomplishing this through providing inclusive, dynamic, and engaging programming that fosters personal growth among the campus community.

Pride

The Kennesaw State University Intramural Sports program is proud to be home to multiple teams who have represented the university at the regional and national level and have won multiple tournaments and championships. Many officials have also worked with the program and earned recognition at these regional and national tournaments as well.

Sport Offerings

Intramural Sports offers a variety of sports each semester through regular season games or tournament style competitions. 

Fall 2022 Offerings

Sport Registration Opens Registration Closes Games Held
Canoe Battleship August 15 August 23 August 23
Badminton (Men's and Women's) August 8 August 18 August 22-September 8
Badminton (Open & Mixed Doubles) August 29 September 8 September 12 - September 26
4v4 Sand Volleyball August 15 September 1 September 6 - September 29
Softball August 15 September 1  September 6 - September 29
Cornhole September 5 September 20 September 22
Adaptive (Seated) Volleyball September 12 September 27 September 29
Disc Golf September 12 September 29 October 2
Ultimate Frisbee September 19 September 29 October 3 - October 6
Flag Football September 26 October 6 October 10 - November 17
Racquetball  September 26 October 6 October 10 - October 27
Wallyball October 17 October 27 October 31 - November 17
3v3 Basketball October 10 October 20 October 24 - November 17
Kickball November 14 November 22 November 20 - November 28 
6v6 Indoor Volleyball November 14 November 27 November 20-28

Registration

Intramural Sport registration periods are specifically for team creation.  Participants may join a team at any time during the regular season.  If you do not have a team, you can also register as a free agent.  Free agents can be seen by all teams, and free agents can request to join different teams in the divisions selected. Use our registration guide to help you navigate the team creation process.

Create or Join a Team

Captain's Webinar

FAQs

  • Students and Faculty/Staff members at Kennesaw State are eligible participants. Georgia Highlands students may also be eligible for participation in on-campus programming. All participants must have paid the Sports and Recreation or enrolled in an eligible membership in the department. For full eligibility details, please review the Eligibility section in the Intramural Sports Participant Handbook.
  • Intramural Sports is a recreational program that encourages participation of any skill level. Anyone that is eligible and is interested in participation can join!
  • The Intramural Sports program strives to keep costs at a minimum for student participants. There is no cost associated with creating or joining teams, and most game equipment is provided on-site. If a team forfeits, the captain of the team will be charged a forfeit . Specific information can be found in the Intramural Sports Participant Handbook.
  • The Intramural Sports program is responsible for scheduling the games for all created teams within a sport. Practices or try-outs are not mandated nor scheduled by the program, however these can be held at the team’s discretion.
  • Intramural Sports are held on both the Kennesaw and Marietta Campuses at various locations. Programming may also be held off-campus in situations where a sport cannot be accommodated on-campus. Most programs are held in the evening between Monday and Thursday. Upon creating a team, the captain is able to select divisions based on day, time, and location.
  • Participants may choose to play on one Men’s or Women’s team and one CoRec team in a given sport. Playing for multiple Men’s, Women’s, or CoRec teams within the same sport may result in team forfeiture and suspension.
  • If you don’t have a team assembled or aren’t on a team, you can sign up as a Free Agent. You will be able to list some details about your history in the sport, when you are available to play, and can reach out to teams that are already created in the leagues you wish to play in. Please review the Free Agent section of the Intramural Sports Participant Handbook for more details.