The Ashland University Department of Recreational Services offers a wide range of recreational sports and leisure activities to the Ashland University Community. Whether you have played sports in the past, want to learn a new skill or simply meet new people, there is something for everyone regardless of your skill level. Individuals can participate in two areas of recreational programming: Intramural (IM) Sports and Sport Clubs.
IM Sports are available to all Ashland University students, faculty and staff members. Annually, the IM Sports program involves over 2,750 participants and offers a comprehensive recreational sport schedule of 17 different sport leagues and tournaments. These encompass traditional sports, such as basketball, flag football, soccer, volleyball, and softball as well as non-traditional activities such as the Snowman Team Challenge, the NCAA Bracket Challenge and the Sibs-N-Kids Cornhole Tournament.
In addition to IM Sports, Sport Clubs provide competitive and non-competitive sporting opportunities on and off the Ashland University main campus. With a total of 15 Sport Clubs, these student-run organizations serve as a great way to become involved with other Ashland University students who share similar interests within recreational and competitive sports. Any new Sport Club may be started by a current Ashland University student. All Ashland University students, faculty and staff members can participate, so join today!