Intramural Sport Program
The Department of Campus Recreation Intramural Sport Program offers a wide variety of sport events, tournaments, and leagues during the fall and spring semesters. The Intramural Sport Program is designed for all levels of interest and experience. Harper students enrolled in the current term or Harper faculty/staff with an active Health and Recreation Center membership can participate. For non-members an Intramural Sports Play Pass can also be purchased at the Health and Recreation Center (Building M) welcome desk. Check back later this summer (2020) for a full list of intramural sport leagues, tournaments and events.
Open recreation occurs when there are no scheduled programs in the gymnasium (field house). Participants may bring their own equipment or check-out select equipment using their Harper ID at the welcome desk. Full-court play is first come-first served. High volume may require courts to be shared to accommodate more participants. Activities outside of basketball and volleyball require the use of approved indoor balls or other equipment, and are permitted only under the supervision of a Harper Coach, scheduled Campus Recreation or Palatine Park District program, or other approved entity. Campus Recreation staff reserve the right to ask patrons to move to half-court play at any time. Check with Campus Recreation staff or visit our Live Calendar for full court availability.
Single Day Events:
Single day events will be scheduled throughout the fall, spring, and summer semesters. These events are intended to provide organized, competitive play for participants. There are two types of single day events: drop in and tournaments.
Drop In events do not require prior registration to participate. Participants interested in drop in events should check in at the welcome desk and go to the designated location for the activity. Attendance may vary and game play will adapt based off the number of participants.
Tournaments are scheduled in advance and may require prior registration to participate. Tournaments are programmed so participants can play in a more competitive setting for multiple contests/events. Single day tournaments may require extended availability of the participant. Attendance may vary and game play will adapt based off the number of participants.
Leagues are scheduled in advanced and require registration prior to participate. Leagues are programmed so participants can play in a more competitive setting for multiple contests/events. Typically, games will be schedule for a certain time and day once or twice a week over 2-8 weeks depending on the number of participants/teams.
Harper students enrolled in the current term, or Harper faculty/staff with an active Health and Recreation Center membership may participate in the Intramural Sport Program. An Intramural Sports Play Pass can be purchased for all others at the Health and Recreation Center welcome desk.
Prior to each event, participants must present a valid Harper ID or a membership key tag at the Welcome Desk.
Current varsity athletes and past varsity athletes (within the last 365 days) may participate in the intramural Sport Program, but are limited to one player per team.
The Assistant Director of Operations and Special Events shall make the final decision on eligibility issues.
For more information please contact Veronica Tantoco, Assistant Director of Operations and Special Events at 847-925-6862 or firstname.lastname@example.org.