The Intramural Sports program strives to provide opportunities for the university community to participate in various sports through leagues and tournaments in a dynamic, fun and recreational environment.

Want to play a sport and have some fun? You can create an Intramural Sports team or join a team and play games each week. Looking for a team? Email imsports@cpp.edu or attend Intramural Sports Opening Day and we’ll find you a team.

Create or Join a Team

  1. Purchase $20 All Access Pass at the BRIC or at recportal.cpp.edu
  2. Log in to IMLeagues account on recportal.cpp.edu
  3. Pick your sport and division
  4. On the CPP IMLeagues homepage, you can see all of the scheduled timeslots. You can:
    1. Pick a timeslot and create a team
    2. Join an existing team
    3. Sign up as a free agent for teams that need more players


Team Deadline

The deadline to create teams is the Monday of Week 4. Games start during Week 5. Teams can continue to add new players during the regular season.  Participants must play in 2 regular season games to be eligible for playoffs.


Free Agents

If you do not have a team and don’t want to create your own, then you can sign up as a free agent. Free agents can request to join a team on IMLeagues or attend Intramural Sports Opening Day. Intramural Sports Opening Day is an opportunity to meet teams looking for more players or meet others looking to create a team together. If you sign up as a free agent, it is highly recommended that you actively seek out teams to join through IMLeagues or Intramural Sports Opening Day. You can also email imsports@cpp.edu for assistance finding a team.


Sports Offered

Registration is open for the sports listed below! Click on a sport and you’ll be directed to IMLeagues.



Residential: This league is for students living on campus in a residence hall or suite.
Co-Rec: This league is for students to play in a mixed gender league. Recreational: This league is for teams trying to enjoy Intramural Sports and to have fun; winning is secondary. First-time participants or people looking mainly to meet friends are usually better suited to play in the recreational league. Competitive: This league is for teams whose primary objective is to win games. Players in this league generally have played high school varsity sports and remain active in that sport and their teams may even hold practices.


Season Format

The regular season is 6 weeks and teams are typically scheduled for 1 game per week. Teams with a winning record or in the top half of the division (eg. Men’s Recreational, Women’s) will advance to playoffs.