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University Recreation to Open in a Limited Capacity on July 6
A UREC website has been created to inform UREC members of the latest information pertaining to hours of operation, member and staff expectations, how to access the facility, and changes to protocols.
University Recreation Honors Student Employees Through Virtual Awards Reception
University Recreation hosted a virtual Honors and Awards Celebration to recognize successes of their student employees, including Michael Adkison, winner of the 2020 Craig Edmonston award.
Student Photo Project Showcases Local Fayetteville Businesses
Leah Center, a freshman majoring in advertising/public relations in the School of Journalism and Strategic Media, has created a photography project to showcase local businesses.
University Recreation Offering Virtual Group Fitness and Personal Training Sessions
When working from home and practicing social distancing, physical activity can become an afterthought. University Recreation has shifted to online instruction to help keep you active and engaged.
Virtual Film Festival Available to the University Community Through UREC Outdoors
University Recreation is sponsoring a screening of the No Man's Land Film Festival on April 16. Members of the university community will have access to view the festival for 24 hours.
University Recreation Holds Virtual Intramural Sports
Although in-person intramural sports have been suspended, University Recreation is encouraging friendly competition through multiple virtual events.
UREC Shifts Fitness Workouts and Recreational Challenges to Online to Keep You Hale and Hearty
Join in virtually with the group fitness classes, at-home workouts, outdoor recreation opportunities, intramural sports, and various health and wellness tips and challenges.
University Recreation to Host a Free Educational Fitness Series
University Recreation hosts a free educational fitness series called Barbells & Brunch, which focuses on different training styles available. The next event is Saturday.
University Recreation to Host Its Annual Celebrate Cycle Competition
University Recreation is hosting its annual Celebrate Cycle competition against the University of Georgia from Feb. 24-28. Attend any of several cycling events to add your mileage to the total.
University Recreation to Offer Youth and Adult Swim Lessons
University Recreation is offering beginner swim lessons this spring and summer for youth ages 5 -12. All lessons will take place in the Health, Physical Education and Recreation pool.