Campus Recreation News
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Be Well at SCU
Additionally, Campus Recreation has worked with Campus Ministry, the Wellness Center and other resources on campus to create a comprehensive slide deck highlighting resources to aid your mental health and wellbeing based on the email Jill Rovarios sent in January. Check out the slides here, and see all SCU has to offer to help your wellbeing.
Lifeguard Certification Class
Interested in becoming American Red Cross Lifeguard Certified? Campus Recreation is offering a certification class for current students, faculty or staff. This class will cost $200 and meets on the following dates: Saturday, February 29 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Sunday, March 1 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Please see the link above for more information.
Please direct all questions or concerns to the Assistant Director for Aquatics & Membership, Colin Allison, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cliff Bar has ended their partnership with Terracycle, so we will be discontinuing our Energy Bar Wrapper brigade. Since April 2013 we have diverted 30,000+ energy bar wrappers from landfill! We are still accepting Tom's of Maines products, batteries, thin plastics, Brita products, personal care and beauty products, ink/toner, and CDs/DVDs.
Heart & Soles 6K/10K Run
Represent SCU in the Heart & Soles 6K/10K Corporate Challenge on Saturday, March 28th. Register today before 11:59 PM to lock in the early bird price! Run or walk the 6K, 10K, or have your children run the Kids run. www.heartandsolesrunsv.
Campus Recreation Benchmark ReportSCU Campus Recreation strives to be a national leader in collegiate recreation. To access the Campus Recreation Benchmarking Report and Recommendations, click the link and make sure you are logged into your scu.edu e-mail account. Click here to view the report.
If you have any questions about the Campus Recreation Benchmarking Report, please reach out to the Director of Recreation, email@example.com.