University Recreation encourages healthy interaction through active and safe lifestyle opportunities for students and the greater University community that strengthens learning and personal growth.
University Recreation Values
University Recreation 2012-13 Operational Outcomes
1. Expected Outcome
As a result of access to programs, services and facility offerings through University Recreation, annual participation at the Student Recreation Center and Aquatic Center will increase by 5% each.
2. Expected Outcome
As a result of access to programs, services and facility offerings through University Recreation, as well as intentional programming and marketing efforts, participation in the following programs will increase by 5% each: Swim Lessons and Outdoor Recreation.
3. Expected Outcome
In order to increase efficiency and improve program visibility across campus, individual areas within University Recreation will participate in at least one internal (e.g. intramurals and group exercise) and one external (e.g. outdoor recreation and the counseling center) collaborative event.
4. Expected Outcome
As a result of professional development, inservices and various educational opportunities, University Recreation staff will be equipped to provide appropriate levels of counsel to a diverse student population and when necessary have the knowledge to direct students to available resources.
5. Expected Outcome
As a result of participation in University Recreation programs, services andÂ facilities, patrons will exhibit a higher level of overall health and wellness.