Become an Official
Recreational Sports officials are the most important ingredient in the recreational sports program. Persons in these positions must have an above average knowledge of the rules and officiating procedures of the game, enforce the rules of the game and be capable of controlling difficult game situations without bias. People wanting to become an official or scorekeeper will be required to complete the mandatory training sessions for their sport to learn the rules and officiating procedures of the specific sport they will officiate.
New Hire Sessions
When attending a new hire session, students should bring with them:
- Original Valid Drivers License or State ID
- Original Social Security Card or original birth certificate
- Or instead of the above, bring in an original valid US passport
- Application form
- Payroll packet
International students will need copies of their 1-20.
Once you are hired you will be expected to read and sign the Intramural Employee Handbook which contains policies and procedures you will be expected to follow as part of your employment.
You must also attend the offical training sessions AND officiate for pre-season games.
Calendar of Returning Official, New Hire, Preseason and Training Sessions:
As we draw closer to next semester, the schedule of new hire, preseason and training sessions will be posted. E-mail Ayla at email@example.com with your preferred time. You must complete your paperwork before you can work!
Non-officiating positions are also available. Please inquire with the Assistant Director for Intramurals (ADI) about these positions. You can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org