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Recreation Services


Faculty, Staff, & Retiree Services


Our mission is to not only enhance the personal, professional, and academic lives of students, but of faculty, staff, and retirees as well. Therefore, Recreation Services offers a variety of wellness, recreation and personal training programs and services to faculty, staff, their spouses, and families & dependents. Fitness and Leisure Classes also have a long history of participation by faculty and staff.

Using our facilities on a drop-in basis is popular among faculty and staff. the annual user fee can be pro-rated over the course of the year. One-day passes or five-day punch cards may also be purchased. In addition, faculty and staff can register for facilities use and other ammenities (such as the RS towel service) available to RS users.

Wellness Mentoring: Wellness Mentoring: If you would like one/one or small group consultation, advice, and support to change a habit, make a lifestyle change, or address an issue of concern (eating, stress, balancing work and personal life, etc.), our professional staff can help. Contact Shawna Haislet, or call (319) 273-6119, for details.

You may be less aware that RS offers CPR, First Aid and other American Red Cross Certification Classes. Also, faculty & staff are welcome to participate in Intramural Tournaments.

We would also like you to be aware of certain Employee Health Services available through the Student Health Clinic and Pharmacy.

Contact Human Services, 319-273-2422, for information regarding programming offered through its Employee Wellness Program


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If there is an accommodation you need in order to participate in a RS program or activity, please contact WRC 101 at (319) 273-6275.


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We believe that all people, regardless of their differences, should treat each other with mutual respect and dignity. Diversity and individual rights will be honored and respected.