Our mission is to provide recreational programs and outdoor adventure activities that will enhance the social, spiritual, emotional, intellectual, physical and vocational needs of students, faculty, staff and their spouses in an environment of Christian values.
Campus Recreation strives to promote learning, fun, friendship, leadership development and sportsmanship in a Christian environment by offering quality competitive and non-competitive programs and activities.
General guidelines for Campus Recreation include that masks are required to be worn while entering/leaving facilities, hand sanitizer will be available, cleaning of areas will be done on a regular basis.
At this time, intramurals are scheduled for the Fall Semester. Participants will be required to abide by health and safety guidelines related to COVID-19. Spectators will not be permitted at intramural events in the Fall Semester. Any changes to the intramural schedule will be updated on the Campus Recreation website.
The Fitness Center will be open for students to use this Fall. Due to social distancing guidelines, the fitness machines have been spaced apart, and a limited number of students will be permitted in the Fitness Center at a given time.
Seibert Gym/Bashinksy Fieldhouse Facilities
Recreation spaces in these buildings will be open for students to use this Fall. These areas include gyms, racquetball courts, the swimming pool, the Cage, the Loft, and the cardio area. Due to social distancing guidelines, a limited number of students will be permitted in these areas at a given time.
A variety of aerobic classes will be offer to students in the Fall semester. Some class options include Zumba, core barre, pound, yoga, and spin. Class sizes will be limited due to the size of the room and social distancing guidelines.