Adverse Conditions: The University will stay in Condition 1 until noon on Sunday, Jan. 23
Carolina varsity athletes aren’t the only ones competing in Chapel Hill.
Thousands of Tar Heels find plenty of ways to stay active through student groups, Campus Recreation’s Sport Clubs program and intramural sports. With a variety of teams, ranging from quidditch to tennis to wallyball to flag football, it’s easy to find a sport that is a good fit for you.
Make a splash, run the field, lift your PR — and find your place to play.
Work out in Carolina’s fully-equipped fitness and aquatic centers, fly through the air on the zip line or canoe on Kerr Lake. Campus Recreation boasts 16 facilities that help Tar Heels to stay active by hiking, cycling, weight training and more.
Through student groups and Campus Recreation's Sport Clubs program, thousands of students compete in Carolina blue on the weekends.
With competitions ranging from flag football and volleyball to wallyball and cornhole, the intramural sports program provides structured leagues for the entire Carolina community. Each semester, the program hosts more than a dozen co-ed leagues and tournaments.
Unified Sports is a Special Olympics program that brings people with and without intellectual disabilities together on the same teams. Here at Carolina, UNC-Chapel Hill students can compete alongside Special Olympics athletes in flag football and kickball through Campus Recreation.