The University of Iowa Intramural Sports Program offers an extensive range of sport leagues, tournaments, and events for University of Iowa students, faculty and staff. Intramural Sports are designed for the competitive and experienced athlete, as well as those looking to participate in a fun activity or want to try a new sport. The primary goal of the UI Intramural Sports Program is to provide sports programs and events that can be fun and competitive, all while maintaining an emphasis on good sportsmanship. Participation in the Intramural Sports Program can provide many personal benefits and add to a successful college experience for UI Students. It is also a great way for all levels of athletes to begin, or continue, participating in organized sporting events. Intramural Sports provide a great opportunity to cultivate positive leadership qualities, develop a sense of cooperation and fair play, and form lifelong friendships.
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A sport club is a group of students, faculty, staff and general public (51% of the members must be students) that voluntarily organize to participate in a particular sport activity. More specifically, sport clubs are formed so the participants in each sport club can learn new skills, improve existing skills, potentially engage in competition, and enjoy recreational and social fellowship. Other features of the Sport Club Program that make it unique are: self-motivation, self-administration, self-support and self-regulation. All these factors form the basis for determining recognition which must be granted by Recreational Services.
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