94% of students participate in Campus Recreation programs or classes, demonstrating that Campus Recreation is truly a place for everyone.  Rock climbing, scuba diving, ice skating, cooking classes, and intramurals are just a part of what we have to offer.

Check out each individual program to find out more about how your individual interests align with Campus Recreation because no matter your interests, there is sure to be a program or activity that fits your lifestyle!

Aquatics offers opportunities for people of all ages in water fitness and education. Members can sign up for programs such as learn-to-swim classes and lifeguard certification courses, or simply come and enjoy the facilities that Campus Recreation offers.

Climbing and Adventure Recreation provides members with the opportunity to explore unique recreation activities such as rock climbing, log rolling and scuba diving. Whether you are a beginner or an expert, Campus Recreation has everything that you need to enjoy one of these fun and active programs, including outdoor recreation equipment rentals.

Club Sports consists of over 30 different teams that promote physical activity, camaraderie and leadership for members of campus Recreation.  Club Sports offers students the opportunity to run their own club, including organizing its members, meetings and practices. Some clubs are even able to compete at an elite level.

Group Fitness allows members to participate in organized fitness classes with others who share their motivation and desire to life a healthy and active lifestyle. With opportunities to participate year-round, Group Fitness is a great way to stay active, have fun and meet new people.

Ice Skating activities are available for all ages and skills. Whether you are new to skating or a pro, the Ice Arena has a program for you including learn-to skate classes and hockey leagues. You can also stop by during public skate times to participate in public skate.

Intramural Activities offer students the chance to participate in their favorite team activities and enjoy some healthy competition. With 16 different activities to choose from, campus Recreation makes it easy for students to play with their friends or sign up for free agency. Extreme Dodgeball, Innertube Water Polo and 6-on-6 Sand Volleyball are just a few of the many options.

Open Recreation provides members with the space to participate in activities of their choosing, both indoor and outdoor. From table tennis, rugby, racquetball, lap swimming and basketball, Campus Recreation offers members the chance to reserve areas across campus to play their favorite recreation activities. Need someone to play with? Campus Recreation’s Match Board makes it easy to find someone who shares your interest in these activities.

Personal Training allows members to maximize their workout and get a customized fitness plan . Campus Recreation’s certified personal training staff is ready to help you achieve your fitness goals and lean about the many components of a healthy lifestyle, from weight management to healthy eating and much more!

Student Wellness is a major goal of Campus Recreation and we offer many services and resources that aim to help the community achieve all around wellness. Using the Seven Dimensions of Wellness as a guide, Campus Recreation offers cooking classes and student wellness programs. We collaborate with other Campus partners to offer health related education and for student and community members to achieve their best selves. Our programs emphasize Campus Recreation’s goal of promoting an all-around healthy lifestyle. In addition to numerous cooking classes, health-promotion programs, and wellness initiatives, we make it a priority to provide programming that is accessible to all members of the campus community. We are excited to offer nutrition coaching sessions with a Registered Dietitian to complement your overall healthy lifestyle.

Other Wellness Services offered by Campus Recreation include professional massage services, physical therapy and aquatic workout classes. Whether you want a low-impact workout option or simply need to relax, Campus Recreation has an option for you.

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