The purpose of this study was to examine the general trend of body image among female Saudi students from the Department of Sports Sciences and Physical Activity of the University of Hail in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. A further aim was to investigate the perpetual correlation between body image and interpersonal, intrapersonal, and bodily-kinesthetic intelligence. The researcher used a descriptive survey method, and 57 students constituted the study population. The researcher employed two scales for data collection: Atiah’s (2013) Body Image Scale and McKenzie’s (1999) Multiple Intelligences Inventory; the latter was translated into Arabic by Abu-Hashem (2007). A t-test was used to assess the general trend of body image, whereas Pearson’s correlation coefficient was calculated to determine the correlation between body image and the multiple intelligences. The research resulted in the following statistically significant results: (1) The body image of female students was characterized as positive; (2) There was a positive perpetual correlation between body image and interpersonal and intrapersonal intelligence, while there was no correlation between body image and bodily-kinesthetic intelligence.