Spring 2013 UTSA Campus Recreation Program Guide
This is a guide of all the events and services offered for spring semester.
Vision To be recognized leaders in student development and collegiate recreation. Mission Campus Recreation enhances the quality of life and educational experiences of our diverse university community by developing student leaders to facilitate a variety of premiere recreational and wellness opportunities. Diversity Statement We, the Department of Campus Recreation, define and value diversity as the physical, cultural, organizational and social presence of race, class, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic background, age, disability, nationality and religion. We strive to attract professional and student staff members that reflect the diverse patrons that we serve on a daily basis. We intentionally develop initiatives and programs designed to capitalize on the benefits of inclusive excellence for all. Our efforts are in compliance with the National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA) and align with The University of Texas at San Antonioâ€™s commitment to every studentâ€™s success in school and in life. In summary, we are dedicated to creating a Campus Recreation culture that recognizes and values common goals and diverse identities while encouraging respect, understanding and appreciation of individual and group differences in all that we do. Values UTSA Campus Recreation values and fosters integrity, fun, accountability, learning and human development, innovation and inclusion in everything that we do. • Integrity: We embody being honorable, fair and honest in everything we do. • Fun: We recognize the importance of enjoyment, humor and play to individual and community well-being. • Accountability: It is our duty to be responsible and responsive to the needs of our staff and constituents. • Learning and Human Development: We contribute to the ongoing enrichment of the whole person through a wide variety of experiential learning and growth opportunities. • Innovation: We promote ingenuity, creativity, exploration and growth. • Inclusion: We provide an open and welcome environment to meet the needs and interests of a diverse population. Play here...Work here... Our department is proud to be the largest employer of students on campus employing a diverse, talented and engaged group of students. We take pride in mentoring and teaching our student transferable skills they can use in any future occupation. We accept applications and hire throughout the year, but we also have mass hiring dates for all program areas. Fall 2013 Hiring: April 5 - April 15. Pleae check the Campus Recreation website throughout the semester for open program area positions: http://utsa.edu/recreation/jobs.cfm To apply you must follow the steps: • Download the application for the program area that you are interested in working. • Complete the application (typed), Print and Sign. • Turn the completed application in Monday-Friday 8 AM - 5 PM in the Recreation Center Administrative Offices (RWC 1.204). Main Campus Facility Hours Monday-Thursday Friday Recreation Center 6 AM - Midnight 6 AM - 10 PM Rec Field Complex 3 PM - 11:45 PM 3 PM - 8 PM Saturday 10 AM - 10 PM 1 PM - 4 PM Sunday Noon - Midnight 3 PM - 11:45 PM Main Campus Facility Closures Recreation Center Date Hours Open Martin Luther King Day Spring Break Spring Break Spring Break Easter January 21 March 9-10 March 11-15 March 16-17 March 31 5 PM - Midnight Noon - 6 PM 6 AM - 8 PM Noon - 6 PM 5 PM - Midnight Rec Field Complex Date Hours Open Martin Luther King Day Spring Break Easter January 21 March 9-17 March 31 5:30 PM - 11:45 PM CLOSED 5:30 PM - 11:45 PM 1 Types of Memberships • Faculty/Staff • Retired Faculty/Staff • Alumni • Spouse/Domestic Partner Current students, who have paid the recreation fee, will have membership to the Recreation Center. All non-student memberships cost $30. Payment Methods Campus Recreation accepts cash, check, credit cards and Rowdy Dollars. UTSA Faculty and Staff are eligible for payroll deduction. Guest Pass ($5 per day per guest) Guest passes are available to individuals 18 years of age or older that are accompanied by a Campus Recreation member. The guest must have a government issued photo ID. Guests must remain in the same activity area as the sponsor. Members may sponsor two guests per day and are responsible for the actions of their guests. Passes are valid only on the date they are issued. @JessBoca2011 @UTSCAMPUSREC OK seriously. This rec is ridiculously legit! #DoesntGetBetterThanThis For more information contact Rob Ramon, Assistant Director of Operations and Informal Recreation, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Day Use Lockers #UTSAcrec PROGRAM OFFERINGS 3 • Equipment Checkout • Badminton/Volleyball • Racquetball • Indoor Soccer • Table Tennis • Video Game/TV Lounge • Jogging/Walking Track • Weights/Cardio Equipment Checkout Locations • Indoor Equipment: Membership Services • Rec Field Complex Equipment: Field House • Outdoor Pursuits Equipment: Outdoor Resource Center • Fitness Equipment: Weight/Cardio Room Desk Equipment for a variety of activities is available to check out for no additional charge. An individual that fails to return or damages equipment must pay the replacement value of the lost, stolen, or damaged equipment. Locker Rentals Locker Room Lockers • Campus Recreation members are eligible to rent lockers in the locker room on a semester basis only. • Lockers can be rented from Membership Services beginning on the first day of classes for each semester on a first-come, first-serve basis. • Members may share their lockers with other members. However, only the individual that rented the locker will have access to locker numbers, combinations or contents after clean-out. Locker combinations will not be provided over the phone. • Lockers not renewed or cleared out by the locker term expiration date will have the contents of the locker removed by Campus Recreation Staff. Contents are stored for 45 days after clean-out and then donated to charity. Coin Operated Lockers (Main Campus Recreation Center) • Coin operated lockers available in the main corridor on the first floor of the Recreation Center. • The cost is $.25 per use. • Personal belongings may not be left overnight in coin-operated lockers. Belongings will be removed by Campus Recreation Staff at closing. Day-Use Lockers (Main Campus Recreation Center) • Day-use lockers are available on the first floor, by the racquetball courts and on the second floor by the Rec and Rowdy Studios. Individuals must supply their own lock. • Personal belongings may not be left overnight. Personal locks and belongings will be removed by Campus Recreation staff at closing. Attire Policy • Patrons must wear a shirt that that covers the chest and midriff. • Patrons must wear shoes in the facility and are required to wear closed toed athletic rubber-soled shoes in the activity areas. • Non-marking soles are to be worn on the hardwood floors. Please visit the Campus Recreation website for detailed and area specific policies, www.utsa.edu/recreation/facilities For more information contact Rob Ramon, Assistant Director of Operations and Informal Recreation, by email at email@example.com. Registration Intramural Sports features on-campus team and individual competition in traditional and non-traditional sports. All Intramural Sports include divisions for men, women and co-rec. The Intramural Sports program area utilizes free online registration (http://imleagues.com/utsa) to make signing up for Intramural Sports a quick and easy process. Participants are encouraged to create their own team on IMLeagues prior to registration opening by creating a team on the IM waitlist at least two (2) weeks before registration opens. While on the waitlist, teams can add players to their roster and meet the minimum requirements before registration begins. By meeting these requirements, teams will be able to pick their division date/time as soon as registration opens. For detailed instructions on how to sign up visit: www.utsa.edu/recreation/intramurals/registration.cfm Officials Training All Intramural Sports are officiated by UTSA Campus Recreation student officials. If you are interested in becoming an Intramural Sports official, please visit the Campus Recreation website for training dates and times. Don’t have a team? Let us help with our free agent program. Visit http://imleagues.com/utsa to become a free agent and let teams find you. For more information on becoming a free agent, visit www.utsa.edu/recreation/intramurals. 5 PROGRAM OFFERINGS • Competition • Fun • Sportsmanship • League Play • Single Day Tournaments • Individual/Dual Events Events Sport Registration Opens Registration Closes Soccer League Basketball League Brandon Vaughn Basketball Tournament Badminton Doubles Tournament Dodgeball Tournament 4v4 Flag Football League Softball League March Madness Pick â€˜Em Sand Volleyball League Floor Hockey League Racquetball Doubles Tournament Three Point Contest Basketball Skills Challenge Dunk Contest 2 Person Golf Scramble Ultimate Tournament Table Tennis Doubles Tournament Tennis Doubles Tournament January 14 January 14 January 14 January 28 TBD February 11 February 11 February 18 February 25 February 25 February 25 Drop In Drop In Drop In March 4 March 18 March 18 March 18 January 24 January 31 February 6 February 20 TBD February 28 February 28 March 18 March 20 March 20 April 3 Event March 25 Event March 25 Event March 28 April 3 April 3 April 10 April 17 @BrianEllingboe I need to pay a visit to the @UTSACampusRec soon. Never too early to train for Basketball Intramurals/3Pt Contest. #recIM For more information contact Andrew Chadick, Assistant Director of Intramural Sports, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Men’s Rugby #recCLUBS 7 PROGRAM OFFERINGS • Competitions • Multi-Day Tournament Play • Student Leadership Current Clubs Badminton Baseball Climbing Cycling Fencing Fishing Men’s Ice Hockey • Regular Practices • Fiscal Management • Organizational Development Men’s Lacrosse Paintball Powerlifting Men’s Rugby Men’s Soccer Men’s Volleyball Tennis Triathlon Ultimate Frisbee Women’s Soccer Women’s Volleyball Wrestling What is Club Sports? Club Sports provides an environment for students to compete against other universities in an organized and competitive environment. Individuals represent UTSA club sports at local, regional and national levels. Meet new friends and learn what it takes to run a student organization. Join Club Sports and be a part of the competitive atmosphere that makes amateur sports a fun and exciting part of the college experience that does the following: • promotes leadership • teaches fiscal management • encourages good sportsmanship • bridges the gap between Intramural Sports and NCAA Athletics • promotes athletic conditioning For detailed instructions on Club Sports or if you would like to start a club visit: www.utsa.edu/recreation/clubs_sports/ @ohhhhKK No more club volleyball, just finals :( Can’t wait for the Spring Club season @UTSACampusRec #recClubs For more information contact Mario Rios, Assistant Director of Club Sports, by email at email@example.com. PROGRAM OFFERINGS • Competitions • Demostration Kitchen • Group Exercise/Personal Training Demo Kitchen • Nutritional Counseling • Nutrition/Fitness Assessments • Massage Therapy Date Menu Time January 31 February 6 February 21 March 6 March 21 April 10 April 25 Buffalo Chicken Potato Skins Cajun Chicken Pasta Chicken Panini BBQ Chicken Burritos Chicken Parmesan Sub Chicken Quesadillas Cilantro Lime Tilapia Tacos 6 PM 6 PM 6 PM 6 PM 6 PM 6 PM 6 PM To Register... To sign up for weight room orientation: firstname.lastname@example.org To sign up for nutrition assessment: email@example.com To schedule a massage: firstname.lastname@example.org To inquire about nutrition questions/assess your goals: AskAnnieRD@gmail.com @sly_savannah My legs feel like jello after that workout @UTSACampusRec #recFIT 9 Programs 1000lb Club Cardio Minute Madness Rowdy Challenger Sub-Max/Max Bench Press Competition Nutrition101:Overcoming Stress-Related Eating Rowdy Fit Strong Man/Woman Core Competition Burpee Challenge Date Time Location Everday January 1-May 31 January 30 February 5 February 20 March 6 March 23 April 9 April 24 All Day All Day 4PM - 8PM 4PM - 8PM 6:30PM 4PM - 8PM 10AM 4PM - 8PM 4PM - 8PM Weight Room Weight Room 2nd Floor Core Area Weight Room Demo Kitchen 2nd Floor Core Area Campus Rec 2nd Floor Core Area Weight Room Nutrition Assessment Date Time February 6 February 20 February 21 March 6 March 20 March 21 April 10 April 24 April 25 10:30AM - 2:30 PM 10:30AM - 2:30 PM 10:30AM - 2:30 PM 10:30AM - 2:30 PM 10:30AM - 2:30 PM 10:30AM - 2:30 PM 10:30AM - 2:30 PM 10:30AM - 2:30 PM 10:30AM - 2:30 PM Massage Therapy Time Student 30 Minutes 60 Minutes 90 Minutes Member 30 Minutes 60 Minutes 90 Minutes Non-Member 30 Minutes 60 Minutes 90 Minutes For more information contact Steve Kudika, Assistant Director of Fitness & Wellness, by email at email@example.com. Rate $25 $40 $60 $30 $45 $70 $35 $50 $80 Synergy360 #recFIT 11 Group Exercise The Group Exercise program is available to all UTSA students and Rec Center members. There is no commitment or sign up required. You may come as frequently as you choose! Participants must obtain a pass before each class to participate. Partcipants may find Group Exercise schedules in the following places: • Campus Recreation Website • Campus Recreation Pinterest Fitness Board • Campus Recreation Facebook Page • Posted in the Recreation Center and Recreation Center A-Frames on Campus For a detailed schedule and descriptions on Group Exercise classes visit: www.utsa.edu/recreation/ fitness/groupx.cfm Group Exercise Incentives Fantasy Destination – Hop on a bike and let’s make our way to Florida in our cycle classes. Reach Pensacola (750 miles) by the end of the semester and win a prize. Make it all the way to Miami (1400 miles) and win a second prize. W.O.W. (Women On Weights) - Have you enjoyed this Women’s-only strength and conditioning class? If so, prove it with perfect attendance and then show off your dedication in cool swag. How much do you Group Exercise? Do you make it to Zumba® class every week, AND you’re a diehard fan of Kettlebell, AND the new Synergy360 converted you into a fitness fanatic AND you can’t get enough Brazilian Jiu Jitsu? If so, then we have the program for you! The top five (5) most active participants will get some great Campus Recreation swag. You have two chances at winning – one right before Spring Break and one at the end of the semester. Personal Training For more information or to schedule a personal training or (free) fitness assessment session, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Number of Sessions 30 Minute Sessions 1 Hour Sessions Share-ATrainer Small Group (4-6) 2 4 8 16 24 N/A $80 $140 $240 N/A $50 $90 $160 $300 $410 $80 $110 $175 $320 $425 N/A $210 $336 $630 $780 @K_Ditta the Synergy360 workout @UTSACampusRec was pretty #extreme the girls were using more weight than me lol...but I sweated more! #recFIT For more information contact Leigh Darilek, Assistant Director of Fitness & Wellness, by email at email@example.com. Trips Date Registration Fee Location Deadline Reimers Ranch Climb February 2 January 24 $15 Ride from the Rec February 16 February 14 FREE San Antonio, TX Easy Crown Ridge Day Hike February 17 February 14 FREE San Antonio, TX Relaxed Colorado Bend Caving February 22-24 February 14 $65 Moderate Basura Bash Trail Clean-Up February 23 February 21 FREE San Antonio, TX Easy Ozark Highlands Backpacking March 9-16 February 28 $195 Clarksville, AR Moderate Hueco Tanks Climbing February 28 $180 El Paso, TX Moderate Salado Creek Mountain Biking March 23 March 21 FREE San Antonio, TX Moderate Freidrich Day Hike March 24 March 21 FREE San Antonio, TX Relaxed Learn to Sail March 29-31 March 21 $235 Kemah, TX Moderate Whitewater Kayaking April 6 March 28 $20 San Marcos, TX Moderate Flat Rock Mountain Biking April 5-7 March 28 $75 Comfort, TX Moderate Camp Eagle Climbing April 12-14 April 4 $87 Rock Springs, TX Advanced River Canoeing April 20 April 11 $20 Spring Branch, TX Easy Government Canyon Day Hike April 21 April 18 FREE San Antonio, TX Relaxed Surf Camp April 26-28 April 18 $80 Easy Trip Leader Training May 10-21 May 2 $200 Marathon, TX Advanced Wilderness First Responder May 24-June2 May 8 $300 San Antonio, TX Advanced 13 March 11-16 Difficulty Dripping Springs, TX Moderate Burnett, TX Mustang Island, TX Trip Leader Training/Expedition Trip Leader Training and Expedition: Participants can opt to attend just the six week classroom series (starting March 4) or apply for the 12-day expedition (May 10-21). RSVP by February 25 with Eliot Howard. Outdoor Resource Center (ORC) Monday-Thursday 1 PM - 7 PM Friday 1 PM - 7 PM Saturday 10 AM - 1 PM Sunday CLOSED ORC Orientations (One time pre-requisite before checkout) Bikes Stoves Boats 4 PM - 4:40 PM 4:40 PM - 5 PM 5 PM - 6 PM Monday-Thursday Monday-Thursday Monday-Thursday ORC Equipment Lending Items Backpacking Compasses Daypacks Mummy Liners Sit-On-Top Kayaks Duffle Bags Books & DVDs Coolers Head Lamps PFD’s Sleeping Bags Stoves Canoes Camp Chairs Mountain Bikes Roll-A-Tables Sleeping Pads Tents PROGRAM OFFERINGS • Marquee Trips (Spring Break/Sailing) • Free Day Hikes/Group Rides • Equipment Lending • Equipment Orientations • Rockwall/Group Climbs • Trip Leader Training For more information contact Eliot Howard, Assistant Director of Outdoor Pursuits, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Rockwall #recOP 15 Come check out the tallest rock climbing wall on a university campus in Texas! The UTSA Rockwall is 54 ft. tall and features rotating climbing routes for every skill level. We provide all necessary training and equipment, shoes included. You can tie in and climb a 54’ tall over-hanging face or stay closer to the ground on the bouldering wall. Our staff of experienced climbers frequently design new routes to challenge your skills and keep the experience fresh and exciting. Either way, hang out a little while and you’ll meet a great crowd of people that’s always glad to welcome a new climber. Outdoor Pursuits also holds climbing competitions every fall in association with the Reel Rock movie festival. Hours Monday-Thursday 1 PM - 10 PM Friday 1 PM - 7 PM Saturday Sunday Groups by appointment 5 PM - 10PM Events Group Climbs Thursday Friday 10 PM - Midnight 7 PM - 9 PM Goup Climbs are free for groups of 10 or more. Please email Eliot Howard for an appointment. Lead Climb Clinics Last Saturday of each month 10 AM - 1 PM Belay Clinics Monday-Thursday 5 PM (Drop in, no appointment needed.) For registration information on Rockwall clinics and events, please visit: www.utsa.edu/recreation/outdoor/rock_wall.cfm @____Stephen @UTSACampusRec rockwall is crazy?! Bout to ascend this bad boy! #time2climb #recOP For more information contact Eliot Howard, Assistant Director of Outdoor Pursuits, by email at email@example.com. Hours Fitness Center Sport Court Monday-Thursday Friday 6:30 AM - 9 PM 6:30 AM - 7 PM 9 AM - 9 PM 9 AM - 7 PM Closures Saturday 11 AM - 2 PM 11 AM - 2 PM Sunday CLOSED CLOSED Fitness Center Date Hours Open Martin Luther King Day Spring Break Spring Break Spring Break Easter January 21 March 9-10 March 11-15 March 16-17 March 31 CLOSED CLOSED 11 AM - 6 PM CLOSED Closed Lockers • Campus Recreation members are eligible to rent lockers on a semester basis only. • Lockers can be rented from Fitness Center beginning on the first day of classes for each semester on a first-come, first-serve basis. • Members may share their lockers with other members. However, only the individual that rented the locker will have access to locker numbers, combinations or contents after clean-out. Locker combinations will not be provided over the phone. • Lockers not renewed or cleared out by the locker term expiration date will have the contents of the locker removed by Campus Recreation Staff. Contents are stored for 45 days after clean-out and then donated to charity. For more information contact Betty Castillo, Assistant Director of Downtown Programs, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Located in the Durango Building on the third floor, the fitness center includes new fitness equipment and an exercise studio. Downtown Locker Rooms are located on the basement floor of the Durango Building. Events Rec Tournament Tuesdays Football Accuracy Challenge Push Up Challenge I Football Challenge Tailgate Challenge Soccer Challenge March Madness Tournament Volleyball Challenge Free Throw Competition Baseball Challenge Cornhole Challenge Push Up Challenge II: Rematch Rowdy Fitness Competition Date Time Location February 19, March 19, April 9 January 21-24 January 28-31 February 4-7 February 11-14, February 20-21 February 25-28 All March March 4-7 March 20-21 March 25-28 April 1-4 April 15-18 April 22-25 9 AM - 4 PM 11 AM - 2 PM All Day 11 AM - 2 PM 11 AM - 2 PM 11 AM - 2 PM All Day 11 AM - 2 PM 11 AM - 2 PM 11 AM - 2 PM 11 AM - 2 PM All Day 11 AM - 2 PM DB 1.116 Bill Miller Plaza Fitness Center Bill Miller Plaza Bill Miller Plaza Bill Miller Plaza ONLINE Bill Miller Plaza Rowdy Sport Court Bill Miller Plaza Bill Miller Plaza Fitness Center Bill Miller Plaza Group Exercise The Group Exercise program is available to all UTSA students and Rec Center members. There is no commitment or sign up required. You may come as frequently as you choose! The studio is located on the third floor of the Durango Building to the right of the stairs. Schedules can be found posted in the Durango Building and on the Campus Recreation website: http://www.utsa.edu/recreation/facilities/downtown.cfm @OxyJen Nothing better than being downtown and getting that cardio in! #recDT @UTSACampusRec PROGRAM OFFERINGS • Tuesday Tournaments • Fitness Challenges • Sport Skill Competitions • Weight Room • Group Exercise Classes • Boot Camp 18