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Health and Recreation

The Health and Recreation Complex (HRC) offers programs and services to promote health and wellness from many dimensions. For more information, visit

A wide range of activities is provided including aquatics programs and swimming, outdoor ropes courses and trips, club sports, intramural sports, group fitness classes, massage therapy, personal training, and all the fitness equipment one could want. The facilities are available 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. during the week, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturdays, and 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Sundays.

  • Recreation HRC ExteriorTwo-court gymnasium
  • Six-lane lap swimming pool
  • Leisure pool for water basketball, volleyball, bubble benches, and lazy river
  • Hot tub and sauna
  • Two multipurpose rooms for group exercise classes
  • Free-weight room with Hammer Strength equipment
  • Cardio and weight machine area
  • 1/10-mile indoor, suspended jogging track
  • ZiA juice bar serving healthy foods and fruit smoothies

Counseling and Consultation Services (CCS) provides a licensed and professionally trained staff that offers counseling to currently enrolled students. From individual counseling to group counseling, CCS helps students achieve their personal and academic goals and enhance their experience while in college. Services are free and confidential.

Health Services, an on-campus health clinic is staffed by an MD and several RNs who are available to assist with just about any issue one would address with one's home town physician. Health insurance is billed for services provided. Health information is confidential.

The Health Education and Outreach program addresses critical wellness issues affecting college students by coordinating peer education programs: Peers Advocating Wellness for Students (PAWS); Greeks as Educators and Advocates and Resources (GEAR) and; The Red Cup Culture Facilitation Team. The coordinator also provides direct programming and consultation to students in areas related to wellness.

Recreation HRC InteriorRecreation Boot Camp Class