Sports
 
With excellent sports facilities on-campus, IMS Unison University creates ample opportunities for students to pursue and hone their talent. With a view to develop the all round personality of students, the University emphasizes equally on sports and academics. The University encourages students to attain sporting excellence and provides all the necessary facilities and equipment to students for maintaining physical fitness and good health. Students are encouraged to participate in outdoor as well as indoor games after classes and on weekends through facilities like Volleyball, Basketball, Badminton and Table-Tennis Courts in the boys and girls hostels. To instill the competitive spirit of sports, intra & inter-institution tournaments are also organized. Each year an annual Sports Meet is organized were students compete in Athletics, Cricket, Basketball, Volleyball, Badminton, Kho Kho, Tug of War, Chess, Carrom, Table Tennis and other sporting activities. Each year the University hosts a 3 days Annual Sports Meet called ‘Sportathalon’ where the students are encouraged to participate in sporting events of their choice.
 
Adventure
 
The adventure club of the University regularly organizes treks and activities to keep the students momentum going. Apart from regular fortnightly activities the Club participated the National Adventure Festival and a long trek to Nag Tibba.
 
The National Adventure Club of India hosted the 21st National Adventure Festival in collaboration with the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports, Government of India in Chandigarh and Himachal Pradesh. A 31-member team comprising 15 boys and 16 girls from different schools of IMS Unison University represented the Uttarakhand state in this grand event.Students participated in different adventure activities like Snow Skiing & Trekking in Solang Nala, Manali and Kufri in Himachal Pradesh.Monis Anwar from the School of Mass Communication was honoured as the best Team Leader. Similarly, Prabhat Chaudhary and Usha Kathait from the School of Management, IUU were adjudged and awarded Best Boy & Girl Camper of the Year in Skiing & Trekking events organised by the Atal Bihari Vajpayee Skiing Institute, Solang Nala, Manali, Himachal Pradesh. All winning participants received award from the Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar in the valedictory function organised in Chandigarh.
 
Short and Long treks are always encouraged in the University as the University believes that outdoor learning is as important as indoor learning. The club organized a long trek to Nag Tibba which is on the foot hills of the Garhwal Himalayan ranges, northeast of Mussoorie. The peak is situated at a height of 3,048 metres where the students along with the faculty members trekked for four days and enjoyed the fresh water falls, scenic beauty amidst a wide variety of flora and fauna. They trekked for almost 17 kilometres across 4days. This trek was packed with adventure and on return the trekkers felt that such trekking adventures should be organized on a regular basis.