The CFCC Intramural Program is specifically designed to provide opportunities for students, faculty and staff to have fun, socialize, manage stress and improve personal health and wellness by participating in organized competitive sports and recreational activities.
The intramural program includes a wide variety of events. Past activities have included a table tennis tournament, 3 on 3 basketball, kick ball, volleyball, Corn Hole, NFL Pick ’em, NCAA Basketball Bracket Buster, Paper Rock Scissors Tournament, and other competitive activities based upon the overall interest of the CFCC students, faculty, and staff. General information and registration materials for intramural sports may be obtained through the Student Activities Office in L 112.
UPCOMING ACTIVITIES AND EVENTS
Full List of Events for 2016-17 COMING SOON!
Basketball Open Gym
CFCC Students/Faculty/Staff, Student Activities will be hosting a Basketball Open Gym every Monday from 12-2pm at the Schwartz Center. ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST HAVE A VALID/CURRENT CFCC ID AND MUST SIGN AN ACTIVITY PARTICIPATION WAIVER. NO EXCEPTIONS.
General Rules and Information: Open Co-ed Play
Basketballs will be provided on a limited basis, best to bring your own marked ball.
Proper Conduct Required: All codes of conduct will be strictly enforced.
Note: Mondays – 12pm-2pm except on the following days:
Downtown-Wednesday, April 27th 11-2pm
North Campus-Thursday, April 28th 11-2pm
CFCC’s Spring Fling 2016 Downtown Wednesday, April 27th 11-2 and North Campus Thursday, April 28th
Downtown- Student Parking Deck Courtyard- Wednesday, April 27th, 11am-2pm
Free food from Moe’s and Bojangles (MUST HAVE ID, Served from 11:30am-1:30pm), free drinks provided by Coca-Cola, Music, Entertainment, Blood Mobile, SGA election candidate campaigning, Vendor/Club/Organization Exhibits, Games, FUN!!!
Blood Mobile 11:00am-3:30pm-To Schedule an appointment visit www.redcrossblood.org and enter sponsor code CFCC
North Campus- Behind the McKeithan Building- Thursday, April 28th 11am-2pm
Free food from Moe’s and Bojangles (MUST HAVE ID, Served from 11:30am-1:30pm), free drinks provided by Coca-Cola, Music, Entertainment, SGA election candidate campaigning, Vendor/Club/Organization Exhibits, Games, FUN!!!
To request a table for your club/organization/department please email Chris Libert at email@example.com
ROCK PAPER SCISSORS TOURNAMENT
Cape Fear Community College Student Activities Presents
The Incredible Hypnotist Richard Barker
Wednesday, March 30 – 7 pm
CFCC Humanities and Fine Arts Center
2015 Three Sea Devils (1st Place)
The Cape Fear Community College Student Government Association, Athletics, and Student Activities Department, took part in the the Marine Corp Reserves “Toys For Tots” Drive again this holiday season.
THANKS TO ALL WHO DONATED
Cape Fear Community College
Downtown Campus Blood Drive
COMEDY NIGHT WAS ONE BIG LAUGH! THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO ATTENDED AND WHO HELPED PUT ON THE EVENT!
Featuring Aaron Kominos-Smith
With special guest comedian, former CFCC student, Leo Hodson.
Opening Acts by John Felts and Timmy Sherrill
Presented to you by CFCC Student Activities/Student Government Association
FALL FEST! (View All Pictures)
Spring Fling Was A Huge Success! (View All Pictures)
Cape Fear Community College is a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA)-Division I, competing in the Carolinas Junior College Conference (Region X), a high level of competition. College athletics may include basketball, volleyball, golf, soccer, softball and tennis depending on student interest and facilities availability. Students participating in intercollegiate athletics must meet NJCAA and/or ECCCAC eligibility requirements and standards. Individuals participating in college athletics must be currently enrolled and be in good standing. The goals and objectives of intercollegiate athletics and Intramural activities are listed below:
- To enhance academic success of student athletes
- To provide opportunities for participation in competitive college sports
- To promote the development of self discipline and leadership skills
- Monitor the academic grade point average of collegiate student athletes
- Develop and monitor sports activities based on student interest as gleaned from Student Interest surveys and participation
- Monitor the retention and graduation rates of student athletes