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Fall 2013 Catalog


Contents General Information OUTDOOR RECREATION Trip Schedule Outdoor Leadership Program Challenge Course Outdoor Rental Center Otter Cycle Center Bike Storage Bike Classes & Clinics INTRAMURAL SPORTS Fall 2013 Schedule Leagues Registration Getting Involved Facilities SPORTS CLUBS 2013-2014 Clubs Student Recreation Contact

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General Info Student Recreation Student Recreation serves as an integral partner in the Otter experience by providing programs and services that promote wellness, foster community, and empower student success. Student Recreation is committed to enriching the lives of the CSUMB community by providing outstanding recreational experiences through the highest quality and variety of programs and services. Student Recreation encompasses the following programs: Intramural Sports, Outdoor Recreation, Otter Cycle Center, and Sports Clubs.

Mission

Student Recreation is committed to enriching the lives of the CSUMB community, enhancing scholarly activity, and complimenting the academic experience through high quality co-curricular programs and services.

Goals

•• Foster an inclusive, multicultural learning community that embraces critical thinking, integrity, and cultural competency •• Nurture a healthy, progressive, and safe learning environment •• Provide leadership development, professional preparation, and advanced skills training •• Initiate and participate in collaborative efforts and partnerships that enhance student success and stewardship of resources

Vision

Cal State Monterey Bay Student Recreation is an integral partner in the Otter experience and delivers model programs and services that promote wellness, foster community, empower student success, and progressive leadership development.

Accessibility

CSU Monterey Bay works to make events accessible to all. If you have special needs, please submit your request to Rick Dawson at 831.582.3123 or rdawson@csumb.edu.

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Student Recreation offices are located inside the Student Center

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OUTDOOR RECREATION

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Outdoor Recreation Trip Schedule Camping Trip

Start Date

End Date

Student Cost

Affiliate Cost Pre–Trip Meeting

Yosemite

10/18

10/20

$99

$200

10/16 12:15 – 1p.m.

Big Sur

11/15

11/17

$99

$200

11/13 12:15 – 1p.m.

Trip

Date

Time

Student Cost

Affiliate Cost

Challenge Course Open House

9/6

1 – 5 p.m.

Free

Free

Challenge Course

Kayaking Trip

Date

Time

Student Cost

Affiliate Cost

Basic Kayaking

10/4

1– 4 p.m.

$20

$35

Basic Kayaking

11/1

1 – 4 p.m.

$20

$35

Trip

Date

Time

Student Cost

Affiliate Cost

Pinnacles

9/27

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$10

$20

Pinnacles

10/11

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$10

$20

Pinnacles

12/6

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$10

$20

Rock Climbing

Stand–Up Paddle Board (SUP) Trip

Date

Time

Student Cost

Affiliate Cost

Basic SUP

10/4

1 – 4 p.m.

$20

$35

Basic SUP

11/1

1 – 4 p.m.

$20

$35

Trip

Date

Time

Student Cost

Affiliate Cost

Beach Day

8/30

12 – 6 p.m.

Free

Free

Surfing

11/8

1 – 4 p.m.

Free

Free

Surfing

Ski & Snowboard Trip

Start Date

End Date

Student Cost

Sugar Bowl Trip

1/7/14

1/9/14

$250

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OUTDOOR LEADERSHIP PROGRAM The Outdoor Leadership Program (OLP) is a comprehensive leadership training program designed to prepare students to take an active role in planning, coordinating, implementing and evaluating high quality and intentional Outdoor Recreation activities at CSUMB. OLP is an extensive training program focused on preparing highly skilled outdoor leaders through intensive training and professional certification. OLP combines leadership development, outdoor skills training, wilderness medicine, environmental stewardship, critical thinking, mentoring and evaluation. The curriculum integrates educational skills with outdoor and human skills in a program of leadership development.

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How to Get Involved Prerequisites

•• CSUMB Student in good standing with three semesters minimum. •• Minimum GPA – 2.5 •• Some experience in Outdoor Recreation activities. •• Great attitude and commitment to excellence. •• Attend an informational session.

Commitment

•• Attend all monthly meetings. •• Complete all OLP trainings. •• Assist with a minimum of three trips a semester following OLP training. •• Complete an evaluation and skills inventory. •• Lead a minimum of 3 trips a semester following evaluation. •• Attend the CSUMB Student Leadership Conference •• Attend the Otter Leader Training. •• Complete & maintain a Wilderness Medicine certification. •• Complete & maintain Defensive Driving

Application Process

•• The OLP Application is a competitive process. The OLP has limited enrollment. •• Apply at CSUMB.edu/outdoor •• Submit an application and experience inventory by 9/12/13. •• Interview •• Practical Interview •• Complete OLP Candidate Program

Perks

OLP Training Schedule

•• Experience •• Leadership Development •• Technical Training •• Equipment Use •• Free Trips, Trainings & Gear Rentals •• Discounted Equipment Purchasing

Training

Date

Time

Location

Mountain Bike

8/23

1 – 4 p.m.

Cycle Center

OLP Info Sessions

9/4, 9/9, & 9/11

2/16

Student Center

OLP Applications Due

9/12

5 p.m.

Student Center

OLP Interviews

9/17 – 9/19

Student Center

OLP Candidate Practical Assessment 9/20 – 9/21

Student Center

OLP Meetings

2nd Wednesdays 9/11 – 12/11

12:15 – 1:45 p.m.

Student Center

Student Leadership Conference

10/5

8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

CSUMB

Challenge Course

10/12

10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Challenge Course

Paddle Sports

11/22– 11/26

Tomales Bay

Rock Climbing

12/20 – 12/22

Pinnacles

Backpacking

1/13 – 1/16/14

Ventana

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CSUMB Challenge Course The CSUMB Challenge Course is committed to the development of human potential through experiential and adventure–based programming. Our Challenge Course is open to CSUMB and community groups. We custom design experiential programs for non–profits, businesses, and schools. Our programs encourage groups to challenge assumptions and reach beyond perceived limitations to achieve their potential. Participants explore intrapersonal and interpersonal relationships while engaged in experiential challenges through portable adventures and on our high and low ropes course.

We design programs to:

•• Improve teamwork, group cohesion and cooperation •• Develop leadership, encourage problem solving and improve communication •• Challenge groups to achieve their potential

Pricing Structure for a standard 3 hour program: Group Type

Rate

Deposit

CSUMB Student Groups

$5/person

N/A

CSUMB Groups

$10/person

N/A

Community Non–Profits

$20/person

10%

For–Profit Groups

Starts at $25/person

10%

For more information on the CSUMB Challenge Course, please contact: Rick Dawson 831.582.3123 rdawson@csumb.edu

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Outdoor Rental Center The Outdoor Recreation Rental Center is a complete rental shop conveniently located in the Student Center. The rental center provides outdoor equipment rental for all your outdoor needs.

How to Rent Visit Outdoor Recreation in the Student Center, complete an online rental form at CSUMB.edu/rental–center, or email a rental request to outdoor@csumb.edu. *Please allow 24 hours to process your rental request.

Hours Monday – Thursday 10pm – 5pm *Friday Pick–up can be prearranged.

Pricing Structure Student – CSUMB student with valid ID. Affiliate – CSUMB staff, faculty, alumni and university affiliate.

Payment Accepted Cash or Check Payable to CSUMB *Prices are subject to change.

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Equipment Rental Camping & Backpacking Item

Weekend

Week

Student

Affiliate

Student

Affiliate

Backpack

$15

$20

$25

$30

Sleeping Bag

$10

$15

$15

$20

Camp Chair

$2

$4

$4

$8

Cooler

$5

$10

$10

$15

Cot

$5

$10

$10

$15

Propane Lantern

$10

$15

$15

$20

1 Person Tent

$10

$15

$15

$20

2 Person Tent

$15

$20

$20

$25

4 Person Tent

$20

$25

$25

$30

6 Person Tent

$25

$30

$30

$35

Sleeping Pad

$2

$4

$4

$6

Stove – Backpacking

$10

$15

$15

$20

Stove – Camping

$12

$18

$18

$24

Water Jug

$2

$4

$4

$8

Climbing Item

1 Day

Weekend

Week

Student

Affiliate

Student

Affiliate

Student

Affiliate

Climbing Shoes

$5

$10

$10

$15

$15

$20

Climbing Harness

$5

$10

$10

$15

$15

$20

Climbing Helmet

$5

$10

$10

$15

$15

$20

Crash Pad

$5

$10

$10

$15

$15

$20

Slack Line

$5

$10

$10

$15

$15

$20

Surfing Item

1 Day

Weekend

Week

Student

Affiliate

Student

Affiliate

Student

Affiliate

Surfboard

$10

$20

$20

$25

$30

$35

Wetsuit

$10

$20

$20

$25

$30

$35

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Otter Cycle Center The Otter Cycle Center is a complete bike shop conveniently located in the Student Center. The Otter Cycle Center provides friendly and professional service at reasonable prices. Our staff and mechanics are cycling professionals dedicated to improving your cycling experience and focused on ensuring the best services around.

Spring 2013 Hours: Monday – Friday 10a.m. – 5p.m. Saturday CSUMB Cycling Club Rides

Services •• Bike Rentals •• Bike Repairs •• Bike Storage •• Bike Fitting •• Accessories & Parts •• Classes & Clinics •• Trip Planning •• Organized Rides

Bike Rentals The Otter Cycle Center is your source for bike rentals & demos. Bike Rentals are available for day, weekend, weekly, monthly, semester, or academic year. Each rental includes a lock and helmet. Monthly maintenance included on semester and academic year rentals.

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Standard Rentals – Giant & Kona

Student

Affiliate

Daily

$10

$15

Weekend

$15

$25

Weekly

$30

$50

Monthly

$50

$100

Semester

$110

$200

Academic Year

$220

$300

Performance Rentals – KHS

Student

Affiliate

Daily

$15

$25

Weekend

$25

$40

Weekly

$50

$70

Monthly

$100

$150

Semester

$200

$300

Academic Year

$300

$500


Bike Repair The Otter Cycle Center provides a full–service repair shop at discounted rates for CSUMB Student, Staff, & Faculty. In addition to our tune–up and repair services, the Otter Cycle Center provides bike fitting and has free services for your use including: Free Air, Trip Planning, and answers to your route questions. Services

Student Cost

Affiliate Cost

New Bike Build

$40

$50

Full Bike Rebuild

$100

$120

Tune Up

$40

$50

BB/Head Set Adjust

$5

$5

BB/Head Set Rebuild

$15

$20

Hub Adjust

$5

$5

Hub Rebuild

$15

$20

Brake Adjust

$5

$5

Shifting Adjust

$10

$15

Flat Repair w/Tube

$5

$5

Wheel Truing

$5-$20

$5-$30

Drive Train Cleaning

$10

$15

Chain Lube Only

$5

$5

Cable Replacement Shifter

$15

$20

Cable Replacement Brake

$10

$15

Other Small Adjustments

$5

$5-$10

Bike Fitting

$25

$50

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Bike Storage The Bike Bunker The Otter Cycle Center provides bike storage at discounted rates for CSUMB Student, Staff, & Faculty. Our new Bike Bunker provides secure and convenient storage with swipe card access 24/7. Rent storage space for a semester, during breaks, or for the year. Bundle storage rentals and bike maintenance packages at discounted rates. Stop by the Cycle Center for a membership packet or please visit www.CSUMB.edu/bike.

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Package

Rates

Year Rental

$35

Semester Rental

$20

Summer Break Rental

$15

Winter Break Rental

$10

Year Rental with 2 Tune Ups

$100

Semester Rental with 1 Tune Up

$55

Summer Break with 1 Tune Up

$50

Winter Break with 1 Tune Up

$45


Classes & Clinics Mountain Bike Rides Trip Title

Date

Time

Cost

Wednesday Rides

Wednesdays

12 – 3:00 p.m.

Free

Friday Rides

Fridays

12 – 3 p.m.

Free

Trip Title

Date

Time

Cost

Monday Rides

Mondays

1 – 3 p.m.

Free

Club Rides

Saturdays

12 – 2 p.m.

Free

Date

Time

Cost

6 – 7 p.m.

Free

Road Rides

Classes Trip Title

Spin Class Tuesdays *Limited to the first 10 participants All Rides, Classes & Clinics meet at the Otter Cycle Center in the Student Center unless otherwise indicated. Each Ride includes the use of a bike and helmet. Please be sure to eat a good meal and bring a small snack and water.

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INTRAMURAL SPORTS

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Intramural Sports Intramural Sports provides CSUMB students, faculty/staff, and alumni the opportunity to participate in a variety of organized recreational sports and tournaments. The mission of the Intramural Sports Program is to contribute to campus wellness through diverse sporting and recreational events that promote fair play, sportsmanship, and lifelong wellness in an inclusive and structured environment.

Fall 2013 Schedule Leagues Sport

Leagues

Registration Closes

Regular Season Register Dates

Basketball

Open

September 10

Sept 15 – Nov 7

imleagues.com/CSUMB

Indoor Soccer

Open

September 10

Sept 15 – Nov 7

imleagues.com/CSUMB

Flag Football

Open, Co-Rec

September 10

Sept 15 – Nov 7

imleagues.com/CSUMB

Softball

Open

September 10

Sept 15 – Nov 7

imleagues.com/CSUMB

Dodgeball*

Open

October 1

Oct 6 – Oct 27

imleagues.com/CSUMB

All leagues are 8 week seasons, with the playoffs to follow. *Dodgeball is a 4 week season, however you play double headers every week.

Tournaments Sport

Leagues

Registration Regular Season Closes Dates

Register

Fantasy Football

Open

August 29

imleagues.com/CSUMB

Battleship

Open

September 26 Sept 28, 1-4 p.m.

imleagues.com/CSUMB or On Site

4 v 4 Sand Volleyball

Open, Co-Rec

October 8

October 11

imleagues.com/CSUMB

Halloween Bowling*

Open

October 29

Oct 30, 9 p.m.

Student Rec Desk

Punt, Pass, Kick

Open

On Site

Oct 6, 13, or 20 - 1p.m. On Site

2-person Golf Best Ball^

Open

November 12

Nov 15, 2 p.m.

n/a

Student Rec Desk

All tournaments are included in the one time semester fee, with the exception of *Bowling which is $10/person, which includes 2 games and shoes, and ^2-person Golf Best Ball tournament which is TBA.

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Leagues League Types Open league means that anyone can play. CoRec league is for teams that MUST consist of males and females. In the CoRec league you must have no more than 1 person of the opposite sex on the court/field at all times. (ie. Flag Football 7 players on the field, must have 4:3 [males/females])

How many can I play in?

You can only play in 1 league, unless CoRec is offered for that sport. (ie. For flag football, you can sign up and play in a CoRec league and another league!) CoRec offerings may change per semester based on interest.

Playoffs Following the regular season teams that are .500 and above will compete in the Gold Bracket for playoffs. Teams that are less than .500 will be placed in the Blue Bracket. A team that is below .500 may request to play in the Gold Bracket at any point during the regular season. A team CANNOT be moved down from the Gold Bracket to the Blue Bracket (unless forfeit victories pushed them over .500).

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How To Register All intramural participants will be required to create an account on IMLeagues.com To create an IMLeagues account 1. Go to www.imleagues.com/CSUMB/Registration OR Go to www.imleagues.com and click Create Account OR Go to www.imleagues.com and click “Log in with Facebook” 2. Enter your information, and use your School email if applicable (@csumb.edu) and submit. 3. You will be sent an activation email, click the link in the email to login and activate your IMLeagues account. 4. You should be automatically joined to your school (Search schools by clicking the “Schools” link)

How to sign up for an intramural sport 1. Log in to your IMLeagues.com account.

2. Click the Create/Join Team button at the top right of your User Homepage OR Click on the “California State University, Monterey Bay” link to go to your school’s homepage 3. Click on the sport you wish to join 4. Choose the league type you wish to play in Note: You will have the option to select times you are unavailable 5. You can join the sport one of three ways: •• Create a team (For team captains) •• Join a team •• Join as a Free Agent

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How To Get Involved Student Official Intramural Sports is in need of energetic and dedicated employees to join our team. Job Descriptions can be found on the IM Staff portion of the website. VERY FLEXIBLE, FUN, AND NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. Officials start at $8.50/hour in their first year, and will receive a raise every two semesters worked. Just attend ONE of the official’s call out meetings in the Student Center, Room 120 for more information: •• Wednesday, September 4th @ 7 p.m. •• Thursday, September 5th @ 7 p.m. Note: All students interested in working as an official MUST attend one of the meetings. All student officials that have worked in the past MUST attend one of these meetings. Number of positions and hours will be based on participant registrations.

Student Supervisors Student Supervisors are responsible for the ongoing evaluation and supervision of student officials with the assistance of the Coordinator of Intramural Sports. 3-4 Student Supervisors are needed for intramural sports to remain operational throughout each semester. These positions are very limited. A full job description can be found on our website (csumb.edu/intramurals). Must have experience as a CSUMB Intramural Sports Official and superior organizational and customer service skills. Positions will be open on a vacancy only basis.

Marketing Assistant The marketing assistant will assist Student Recreation in all purposes of social media and producing quality electronic/print material. The marketing assistant must become knowledgeable of all Student Recreation programs and practice exceptional autonomy. This position will be responsible for updating Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. This is an ideal position for someone working towards a graphic design degree, or similar. This student must be detail orientated while seeking a creative approach to the marketing and branding of CSUMB Student Recreation. Contact Ian Bossert at ibossert@csumb.edu if this position interests you.

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Student Recreation Facilities Otter Sports Center

Hosts Intramural Sports indoor contests, such as basketball, volleyball, indoor soccer, and dodgeball competitions. The OSC is located on the corner of 2nd Avenue and Inter-Garrison Blvd. To contact the OSC call 831-582-3031.

Ball Fields

The baseball and softball fields play host to intramural softball, and other events as needed. They are located off of Second Ave. between Light Fighter Dr. and Divarty St.

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Student Recreation Field

Student Recreation Field will host Intramural outdoor soccer, flag football, ultimate frisbee, and sports clubs competitions. It is located off North of North Quad at 4th Ave. and 2nd Street.

Aquatic Center

The Aquatic Center hosts swim club events and other intramural events as necessary. It is located at Building 100 off of Second Ave. between Light Fighter Dr. and Divarty St. To contact the Aquatic Center call 831-582-4552.

Disc Golf Course

The Disc Golf Courses are used by CSUMB’s nationally recognized Disc Golf Club and occasional intramural tournaments. For a more detailed map of CSUMB’s world class Disc Golf Courses, go to http://discgolf.clubs.csumb. edu/course-maps

Monterey Lanes

Monterey Lanes hosts intramural sports bowling nights. It is located at 2161 Fremont St, Monterey, CA. To contact Monterey Lanes call 831-373-1553.

Parking Permits

Parking permits are required 24 hours a day, seven days a week on campus. Daily or hourly parking permits are purchased from one of the many yello permit dispensers located on campus. Hourly permits are $0.50 per hour and daily permits are $2.00. Semester long permits may be purchased from the Campus Service Center.

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SPORTS CLUBS

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Sports Club 2013 - 2014 Sports Clubs provide CSUMB students an opportunity to enrich their university experience through participation in competitive, recreational, and instructional sports clubs. Sports Clubs provide student a variety of level in which to engage including: inter-collegiate, instructional, and recreational. Sports Club members engage in inter-collegiate competitions, recreational skill development, organizational skill development, and improve leadership skills through the management of student-run sports clubs.

••Bass Team ••Baseball Club ••Cheerleading ••Cycling ••Chinese Lion Dance ••Disc Golf ••Dance Team ••Equestrian Club ••Men’s Lacrosse ••Women’s Lacrosse ••MMA (Mixed Martial Arts)

••Outdoor Adventure ••Power Lifting ••Men’s Rugby ••Women’s Rugby ••Sailing Club ••Sailing Team ••Swim ••Soccer ••Tennis ••Running ••Water Polo

Sports Club Council The Sports Club Council is a student organization and subsidiary organization of the Associated Students responsible for the oversight and governance of Sports Clubs. The purpose of the Sports Club Council is to serve the specific organizational, financial, and risk management needs of Sports Clubs by reviewing and recommending resource appropriation; proposing, planning, and coordinating club activities; and establishing and enforcing policies for the safe and effective operations of club activities

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Contact Information Rick Dawson

Senior Coordinator Leadership Development & Student Recreation Student Center - 168 831-582-3123 rdawson@csumb.edu

Ian Bossert

Coordinator Intramural Sports Student Center - 168 831-582-4687 ibossert@csumb.edu

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