Student Activities

The Student Activities Program at Casper College is geared to the wants and needs of Casper College students, faculty and staff. It is the goal and mission of the Student Activities department to contribute to the holistic vision of Casper College by providing extra curricular activities that help develop a more well rounded student inside and outside of the classroom. The more a student is involved in his or her campus community, the better their campus experience will be thus creating a better quality of life. 

The Student Activities office offers individual, dual, and team intramural sports for male, female and co-rec participation. The intramural activities are fun! You don't have to be skilled to participate. Intramural activities range from traditional sports such as flag football, basketball, and slow-pitch softball to non-traditional sports such as dodgeball, blitzball and quidditch. Some activities are scheduled over an extended period (4-5 weeks) while others take place during one or two afternoon/evenings. Most teams play once a week, and contest are scheduled during the late afternoon and evening hours.

Throughout the year, Student Activities also brings to you special events like comedians, hypnotists, BBQs, dances, Friday Night Fever and family fun events for non-traditional students. Once again, our students are our driving force and we are always looking for great ideas from them. We provide over 50 different activities and intramural sports each semester. You should never be bored at Casper College! To get your voice heard on what activities/intramural sports/special events you would like to see on campus stop by UU 405 to speak with our Activities Coordinator.

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Contact

Nicholas Whipps
Student Activities Coordinator 

UU 405
Phone: 268-2638
Email: nwhipps@caspercollege.edu

Intramural Sports

All intramural sports at Casper College are free to current students, faculty, staff and administrators. Alumni and spouses are also eligible to participate for a yearly fee. The intramural program runs just like a city recreation department would. There are registration periods for each sport, during that period, go to IMLeagues, stop by UU 405 to get a registration form, or print the form off the website. After the period ends, the league will start the following week.

Registration forms:

(There is no registration needed for tournaments, just show up with your team on the specific tournament date and we will get you registered on site).

  • Speedball Tournament 
  • Trashball Tournament 
  • Quidditch Tournament 
  • Outdoor Volleyball Tournament 
  • Spikeball Tournament 
  • Flag Football Tournament 
You can register for all of you Intramural Sports Online at IMLeagues.com!
Confused on how to register?
Take a look at our IMLeagues Dummies Guide
SportRegistration datesStart day
5v5 BasketballJanuary 17th-28thJanuary 30th
DodgeballJanuary 17th-28thFebruary 1st
VolleyballFebruary 6th- 17thFebruary 21st
Pool LeagueShow up on the first dayJanuary 25th
Indoor SoccerFebruary 6th- 17thFebruary 21st
Tennis March 20th- 31stApril 3rd
KickballMarch 20th- 31stApril 4th
SpeedballNo registration, just show upThursday, Jan. 26th, 7 p.m.
TrashballNo registration, just show upThursday, Feb. 16th, 7 p.m.
QuidditchNo registration, just show upThursday, March 30th, 7 p.m.
Flag FootballNo registration, just show upThursday, Apr. 13th, 4 p.m.
SpikeballNo registration, just show upThursday, April 20th, 4 p.m.
Outdoor VolleyballNo registration, just show upThursday, April 27th, 4 p.m.

Special Events

The special events that come from the Office of Student Life are free to all students, faculty, staff and administrators. These events range from nationally renowned entertainment to unstructured get togethers and everything in between. It is the mission of the office of Student Life to provide leadership and development opportunities for Casper College students through these opportunities. If you have an idea for programming or a co-curricular opportunity, we encourage you to take charge! Contact the student activities coordinator to talk about ideas. 

Featured Events

 

Sean Bott- Mentalist
Friday, January 27th- Durham Auditorium

Homecoming
Saturday, February 25th at the T-Bird Gym
Girls Game at 3:00 p.m.
Guys game at 5:00 p.m.

Chancey Williams and the Younger Brothers Band
Thursday, March 2nd, 8 p.m., at the Ag. Pavillion

Rudy Francisco- Spoken Word Poet
Friday, March 24th 7 p.m., at the T-Bird Nest

Six Appeal- Acapella Group
Friday, April 28th 7 p.m. at the Durham Auditorium

Friday Night Fever

Friday Night Fever is a program put on by Casper College's  office of Student Life, implemented under the supervision of the Student Activities Coordinator. The mission of Friday Night Fever programming at the Casper College is to make available to students quality late night entertainment during prime social times. Late night programming provides an alcohol-free environment with opportunities for students to gain experiences in programming, leadership development, and responsible social interaction. If you as a student, or your club or organization want to put on a program for Friday Night Fever, the office of Student Life encourages you to do so. Please stop by UU 405 and talk to the Student Activities Coordinator to discuss programming ideas. 

Friday Night Fever Schedule  

  • January/February
  • March
  • April/May

Time Out Tuesday

Time Out Tuesday is a weekly program put on by Casper College's  office of Student Life, implemented under the supervision of the Student Activities Coordinator. The mission of Time Out Tuesday programming at the Casper College is to give students the opportunity to have an atmosphere where they can come to a safe place where they can study, socialize and experience some purposeful programming. Free coffee is always available to students on this night. Late night programming provides an alcohol-free environment with opportunities for students to gain experiences in programming, leadership development, and responsible social interaction. If you as a student, or your club or organization want to put on a program for Time Out Tuesday, the office of Student Life encourages you to do so. Please stop by UU 405 and talk to the Student Activities Coordinator to discuss programming ideas.