Half of Morris students play intramural sports

Intramural participation is an important element of student life at the University of Minnesota Morris. We provide a year round series of recreational programs and activities for Morris students, faculty, and staff. All members of the Morris Campus community are encouraged to seek out and experience the health, fitness, and enjoyable recreational activities available at both the competitive and recreational level of play. Intramural sports are intended to provide healthful exercise, promote leisure education, enrich social competence, develop group loyalty, and promote higher academic achievement. The goal is an activity for everyone and everyone in an activity.

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The Intramural program at Morris utilizes a number of different facilities both on and off campus

Cougar Sports Center

The Cougar Sports Center is located on the South end of campus. The facility includes racquetball courts, basketball courts, a wrestling room, and a weight room. The Cougar Sports Center houses most intramural and athletic events and is handicap accessible.

Regional Fitness Center

The Regional Fitness Center (RFC) is located on the South end of campus next to the Cougar Sports Center. Membership for Morris students is included in their semester fees. This facility includes a cardio area and track, a multi-purpose gymnasium, competition pool, and a recreation pool with a water slide. The RFC is handicap accessible.

Intramural Fields

The Intramural Fields are located to the east of campus. They are the home for intramural softball, flag football, and kickball.