About WRC

Component Areas

Adapted Recreation

Recreational opportunities for physically challenged and disabled students are offered through our department.  Activities such as swimming and weight training can be arranged with individual instruction and assistance. 


Recreational swimming is available in the Wellness & Recreation Center Pool.  Lap swim, open swimming, and special aquatic programming are also made available to all WRC members.

Group Fitness

Group fitness sessions are held in the WRC and are available to all current members.  Sessions are offered at various times throughout the week and admittance is on a first-come, first-served basis.  Individuals at beginner, intermediate4, and advanced fitness levels are welcome to participate.

Informal Recreation

The WRC is available for “walk-in” informal recreation at specified hours.  Ample time is available for fitness conditioning, lap and open swimming, as well as court sports such as basketball, volleyball, badminton, and indoor soccer.

Intramural Sports

Intramurals sports are designed to provide a flexible, yet structured environment in which to participate.  Sports are co-recreational (men/women) and are offered in either tournament or league format.

Special Events

This area is unique in that each activity is held in one day or over a brief period of time.  The programs offered are designed to promote health and wellness in all of our members.

Sport Clubs

These groups share a common interest in a sport activity and have gained university recognition via the Department of Wellness & Recreation.  The sport club program is student initiated and organized with an emphasis placed on participation.

Student Staff Development

The department of Wellness & Recreation annually employs approximately 80 student staff to help with the delivery of its programs.  The development of our student staff is a significant priority for the department.  This program encompasses a multitude of training areas, leadership opportunities, recognition avenues and special activities.