Welcome to Campus Recreation, an exciting world of fun and fitness! Campus Recreation offers a wide array of activities ranging from highly competitive sports to individual fitness programs. There is always something to do when you choose to participate in Campus Recreation, and it is a great way to socialize in a friendly, wholesome environment. Be it open recreation, intramurals, fitness, outdoor adventures, or sports clubs…. Campus Recreation activities are designed to bring out the very best in each and every participant. Remember, no matter what activities you choose, you will be the winner! Of course, the showpiece of Campus Recreation is the Student Recreation Center - check out the great offerings.
The Student Recreation Center at the University of South Alabama is a state-of-the-art 116,000 square foot facility that is a focal point for campus life. Opened fall semester, 2010, it houses multi-purpose athletic courts, a cardio-vascular theater, a weight room containing both machines and free weights, heated swimming pools and a spa, saunas, racquetball courts, fitness studios for activities such as aerobic classes and martial arts, a rock climbing wall, a refreshments facility featuring smoothies and other healthy treats, and a children’s play area. Students simply present their Jag Card for admission into the Student Recreation Center. Faculty, staff, and alumni must purchase a membership in order to enjoy all that is offered. These memberships are affordable and will allow access to all of the great facilities and equipment found in the Student Recreation Center.
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