Become an Official

Employment opportunities

If you like sports and are looking for a fun on-campus job, working as an intramural official might be the job for you! Check out these frequently asked questions about becoming an official that may help you make your decision.

Make no mistake about it though, this job is tough. We refer to this as “the hardest job on campus,” but those who like a challenge, working hard, and utilizing problem solving and interpersonal skills find this can also be one of the most fun jobs on campus. Don’t believe us? Check out this article from Campus Rec Magazine.

In order to expedite the hiring process please follow the steps under the header that applies to your situation.

If you are interested in becoming a referee and plan to attend one of the General Officials Meetings please complete the following prior to the meeting:

  • Fill out the Online I9 form by following this link.
  • Print out and complete a W4 tax form and bring it with you to the General Officials Meeting. Download the W4 form here.
  • For paperwork purposes we ask that you bring passport. If you do not have a passport please bring your driver’s license, as well as your social security card or birth certificate. Also bring the completed copy of your W4 tax form.

If the General Officials Meetings has passed but you are still interested in working for us:

  • Please email Jordan Brodeur at prior to filling out any online paperwork.