- 17th Street and Melrose Avenue
- tel: 610-499-1323
- fax: 610-499-1029
- Assistant Director
- tel: 610-499-1322
Tobin Adams Jr.
- Recreational Coordinator
- tel: 610-499-1257
Student Manager Office
- tel: 610-499-1323
- tel: 610-499-8412
Intramural Sports, Wellness Center
Full-time, day undergraduate students on the Main Campus participate in our intramural and club sport programs.
Intramural sports provide students with a fun-filled, competitive atmosphere. Intramural sports allow students to show off their skills in a variety of sports that are not offered on the varsity or club sport level.
Who/ Where/ How?
Intramural sports are open only to full-time day undergraduate students on the Main (Chester) Campus. Intramural sports are played throughout campus, but mainly are held down at the Schwartz Athletic Complex/Wellness Center.
Informational flyers and posters regarding up-coming intramural events and sign-up
procedures, will be sent to students via Campus Cruiser email. Online information
is available at IMLeagues.com.
Captain's meetings will be held with all intramural teams to discuss rules and expectations for each sport as well as sportsmanship requirements.
There are a variety of individual, team, and co-ed intramural sports. Come out and compete in the following:
- 3 v 3 Men's/ Women's Basketball (non–co-ed)
- Dodge Ball
- Fantasy Football
- Flag Football
- Floor Hockey
- Indoor Soccer
- Night Glow Bowling
- Ping Pong
- Powder Puff Football
- Rock Wall Climbing
- Ultimate Frisbee
Intramural programming is not free of charge. Each team must pay a registration fee at a mandatory captain's meeting. A fee is associated with each intramural program offered. All intramural sports are based on the guidelines of the National Intramural Recreational Sport Association (NIRSA). Fees are used for purchasing equipment and T-shirts for the champions.
Frequently Asked Questions
How are intramural sports different from club sports?
Club sports travel and play other schools, whereas intramural sports stay on campus and play other Widener students.
Who can play?
Only full-time, day undergraduate students on the Main Campus are eligible to participate in the intramural and club sport programs.
Are there any fees associated with these activities?
All club sport participants will be charged a mandatory athletic insurance fee and may be expected to pay for personal equipment. Intramural sport participants pay a registration fee.
What do I need at game time?
For intramural sports, a valid Widener ID must be present before each game. Teams must also have the appropriate number of players.
When and where?
Club sports have their own schedules, practices, and games set by their governing bodies. Intramural sports are played at Widener fields Monday thru Thursday from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
For more information, call the Wellness Center’s student office x1323.