Campus Recreation

  • Holiday schedule and hours for Campus Recreation and the P.E. Building. 
     
    Dec. 13th (last day of finals) ALL Facilities close at 5:00pm
     
    Dec. 16th-23rd..Locker Rooms (Men/Women) will be CLOSED for Facility Management to paint the floors in both areas.
     
    Dec. 16th-23rd- Pool will be CLOSED due to the locker room maintenance.
     
    Dec. 16th-20th- Racquetball courts, walking track, gymnasium available from 6am-12pm. (No Locker rooms available for use)
     
    Dec. 23rd-29th- All Facilities CLOSED
     
    Dec. 30th- Pool, Locker rooms, gymnasium, racquetball courts, walking track available from 6am-12pm.
     
    December 31st- 6am-12pm

    Jan 1- CLOSED
     
    Jan 2- 6am-12pm
     
    Jan 3- 6am-12pm
     
    Jan 4- CLOSED
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    With more than 3,300 students participating in intramural sports and Campus Recreation each year, you’ll probably run into someone you know or meet someone as active as you are. You can get involved in flag football, basketball, volleyball, racquetball, tennis, softball, indoor and outdoor soccer and many other team sports. If you are interested in outdoor leadership, you can organize tournaments and events, get trained to officiate athletic contests, publicize intramurals or participate as a team member. 


    If working out is your thing, the Fitness Center is where you belong. The Fitness Center is home to the latest state-of-the-art Cybex machines, treadmills, elliptical machines, bikes, and free weights. Monthly and semester memberships are available. You can also enroll in PE 1090 to receive credit for working out!


    After studying all day you can just have fun, run around a little and meet new people by getting involved with Open Recreation. There are all kinds of activities to keep you in shape and stress-free including; basketball, racquetball, swimming, aerobics, indoor track running, Wally ball, volleyball, and badminton.

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    kaileyAmbassador: Kailey Porter
    Major:  Physical Education with a coaching/ teaching emphasis.
    Year in school:   Senior
    Hometown:  Central Valley, UT.
    Job:   Fitness Center and Intramurals here on SUU campus.
      
  • Things I like to do:  a
    I love being active!  Sports, running, being outdoors, riding horses and anything of the sort.  I also love to play the piano and like to sing, but only the type of “car singing” when nobody hears you!

    The moment at SUU when you felt you belonged:
    I was a transfer from Snow College and was worried at first about coming in as a junior, but it doesn’t take long to feel like you belong. The people here make you feel welcomed. Get involved in areas that interest you, do things you love.

    What sums you up in a sentence?
    Live everyday as though it was your last and love life as it comes!

    Contact Info:
    Ken Nielson
    Office: PE 205
    Phone: (435) 586-7774
    E-Mail: nielson_k@suu.edu