Evening Classes Cancelled

Due to worsening weather conditions, all SUNY Cortland classes scheduled after 7 p.m. are canceled tonight. Classes scheduled before 7 p.m. will be held as usual.  Commuting students should use their discretion about traveling to campus.

Tonight’s cancellation does not carry over to classes scheduled for Friday, Nov. 16. Students, faculty and staff should check their campus email account, text messages, local news outlets as well as the College website and its social media channels tomorrow morning before heading for class.

Individuals planning to attend campus events scheduled for tonight other than classes should check with organizers of the event make sure they will be held.



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Intramural Sports

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There are three different types of offerings in the Intramural Sports Program: Intramural Leagues, One Day Events/Tournaments, and Special Events.

Intramural Leagues
generally run for about 5 weeks of round-robin play, followed in most cases by a single elimination tournament. Any team that does not forfeit out of the league makes it to playoffs. Teams will be scheduled for 1 game per week, based on the team availability, and will have options for playing additional games. Most of these activities are offered at two levels: (1) All-School (highly competitive) and (2) Recreational (just for fun). Championship t-shirts are awarded to the overall winners in both divisions. Typical leagues that are offered include: flag football, soccer, basketball, volleyball, floor hockey, kickball, tennis, racquetball, and broomball.

One Day Events/Tournaments
are designed for someone who wants to participate, but maybe cannot commit to an intramural league. Many of these activities are offered at two levels, and championship t-shirts are awarded to the overall winners in both divisions. Typical one day events that are offered include: darts, Kan Jam, Spikeball, badminton, racquetball, pickleball, 5k road races, pool, basketball skills competitions, home run derby, table tennis, and a weightlifting meet.

The Special Events Program is offered as a direct alternative to drinking/partying. We offer several of these events late at night on the weekends throughout the school year. The tournaments generally begin at 8 p.m. and conclude at approximately 2 a.m., with free food and drinks provided throughout the evening. Championship t-shirts are also awarded to the tournament champions. Common sports offered are: volleyball, dodgeball, broomball, and goalball.

If you have questions about any of these programs, please contact the Recreational Sports Office at 607-753-5585. Thank you for visiting!