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Campus Recreation

On-campus recreation

Drop-in and intramural sports are running as normal for the week of December 6.

Futsal intramurals hae been moved to Thursday, December 9 from 6pm to 8pm this week.

The Summit (Weight Room) will be transitioning back to its previous location in E100. It will remain open for regular hours from Monday December 6 to Wednesday December 8.

The Summit will be closed Thursday, December 9 and Friday, December 10, to facilitate the move.


Fitness classes have finished for the semester. Stay tuned for updates about next semester's offeri‌ngs!

Early bird registration is now available for next semester's intramural sports. Talk to your sport organizer, or come to the front desk to register today.

Inspiring and supporting healthy lifestyle choices

Campus Recreation's goal is to provide students, staff and faculty with opportunities to actively participate in programs that foster enjoyable leisure experiences, healthy lifestyle practices, meaningful connections with peers and colleagues, and holistic learning. We also provide students the opportunity to bring their leadership and creative ideas to the table to help better Campus Recreation through Co-Curricular opportunities, volunteering or part-time employment.

New to fitness?

Programs are open to all fitness levels. Physical activity improves your physical and mental health. Even small amounts of physical activity are good, and more is better. Participating in physical activity is very safe for MOST people. However, some people should check with their doctor before they start becoming more physically active. For more information, visit the the Get Active Questionnaire websites for their online resources:

Take the Get Active Questionnaire

 

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