Who is eligible to participate in sports activities?
Recreational Sports: Matriculating students and their spouse, Full time employees and ecclesiastical leaders.
Events & Classes: Matriculating students and their spouse, Full time employees and ecclesiastical leaders.
Competitive Sports: Only matriculating students and their spouses.
Frequently asked questions
How do I become an official?
Just email James Bolen at email@example.com
Who's in charge and how can I talk to them?
Either you can come into the office (MC 101) or email to firstname.lastname@example.org and you can always talk to the leads and games managers on the field.
What is the easiest way to sign up for/create a team?
Go to http://www.byui.edu/activities/sports, and follow the “how to register” orFollow the “register” link. If you need additional help please come to the Activities Office (MC 101), email email@example.com or call 208.496.7300
Is there a participation fee?
RecSports participation fee: $8 for full semester leagues, $5 for partial semester leagues; there will also be a charge if your team forfeits a game. Competitive Sports fee: $20 for all competitive sports except for Football ($45 for football)
Events fees: varies for each event. (all fees are listed on the site as you go to register)
What is the dress code?
With any inddor activities you are required to wear BYU-I approved issue shirts and shorts (sweat pants don't need to be approved). For any outdoor sports activities you are not required to wear the approved clothing, but clothing needs to be modest. No rolled-up or cut-off sleeves, pants that are too tight, not too short, see through, bright colored or patterneed. Make sure your pants blend in with the rest of the patrons and are appropriate for the sports you are playing. With Competitive sports you are required to wear the uniform for their games
Is there a suggestion box?
You are welcome to send emails to firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the Activities Office (MC 101)
What happens when I receive a misconduct?
Our Compliance Lead will contact you through your school email to set up a meeting to discuss the reported misconduct. Our protocol is to suspended anyone receiving a misconduct from all Sports until the individual meets with the compliance lead. In this meeting you will have the opportunity to council with the compliance lead to make sure we understand your side of the story. During this meeting we will figure out the process to facilitate your return to play.
How can I get involved?
There are many ways to get involved and be part of the Sports Program. There are volunteer, paid positions. Go to http://www.byui.edu/activities/get-involved to learn more
Where is the Sports Activities Office?
We are located in MC 101, the Student Activities Office across from the University Book Store