Clarion University and the Intramural Recreation and Fitness office assumes no liability for injuries sustained before, during, or after participation in intramural contests or practices. Individuals injured during competition should notify the event supervisor immediately and complete an injury report form. First Aid and CPR certified students or professional staff members will only administer first-aid within their training limitations. Yearly health examinations are strongly recommended. University policy requires that students have medical insurance coverage to be eligible for participation in university-sanctioned, sponsored, and/or approved activities. The assumption is that students who are participating in such activities are covered by medical insurance, and proof of this coverage can be produced upon the university’s request.
Student officials are provided for each game. Officials and intramural supervisors are responsible for the conduct of the individual players as well as spectators during the intramural activities. Officials are instructed to remove from the arena any person(s) engaging in unsportsmanlike conduct.
Any individual or team that is not ready to play within 10 minutes of the scheduled starting time of an activity will forfeit that contest. Any individual or team leaving the area of play before a contest is completed or before it is terminated by the officials will forfeit that contest and be charged with a loss. Any individual or team receiving a second forfeit for any reason will automatically be dropped from further competition.
Only protests of eligibility are accepted in any sport. All protests must be submitted, in writing, to the director within 24 hours after the contest has been played.