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R e c r e at i o n a l S e r v i c e s P r o g r a m G u i d e

Sport Clubs Recruitment Fair Join one of our 23 teams, page 13

FREE Bike Rentals 15 new bikes to share, page 2

Supported by Student Activity Fees


Panther F.I.T. Course Love exercising? Get paid to work out! Become a group exercise instructor at the SRC. This comprehensive Fitness Instructor Training (F.I.T.) clinic will give you the tools needed to lead a safe and effective group fitness class. This 10-week course will prepare you for a nationally accredited group fitness certification. Two informational sessions: August 27th or September 3rd at 5:30 p.m. in the SRC meeting room. Clinic starts September 24th. Wednesdays 5:30-7 p.m. • SRC Meeting Room • Studio B $40 for students/$80 for Recreation Center members

FREE RIDE!

Wednesday’s 5:30-7 p.m. SRC Meeting Room/Studio B $40 for students $80 for Recreation Center members

Like sports and

need a part time job?

Be an Intramural Official Come to the orientation to see what it’s all about!

New Hire Orientation Sept. 4 • Omni Gym of SRC • 7 p.m.

Come check out one of our 15 NEW 3 speed bikes. .

Styling around campus was never easier. Rentals are available for current GSU students, faculty/staff and recreation members. Bikes are provided with support from Panther Bikes and the Office of Sustainability. .


Student Recreation Center Hours

Staff

Fall Semester 2014 • August 18-December 8

Monday-Thursday ................................................................ 6 a.m.-11 p.m. Friday .............................................................................................. 6 a.m.-9 p.m. Saturday .......................................................................................... 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Sunday ............................................................................................... noon-7 p.m.

Director

Vacant Melissa Buchheit

Caroline Dotts

Andy Hudgins

Adam Penn

Stephanie Belcher

Carson Tortorige

Programs

Associate Director-Programs Melissa Buchheit Assistant Director-Fitness Caroline Dotts Assistant Director-Intramurals Andy Hudgins Aquatics Coordinator Adam Penn Instructional Programs Coordinator Stephanie Belcher Outdoor Recreation Coordinator Carson Tortorige Sport Club Coordinator Ty Verdin Facilities

Ty Verdin

Allen Wilbanks

Assistant Director-Facilities Allen Wilbanks Facilities Coordinator Julie Dobbs Indian Creek Coordinator Ellen Whitney

Ellen Whitney

Kacy Toberg

Sabra Blackwell

Brenda Webb

Danny Weipert

Business Manager Danny Weipert Accountant Debra Guyton Marketing Specialist Judi Moss

SRC closures during Fall Semester

Labor Day ................................................................. Monday, September 1 Thanksgiving Holiday ............. Thursday-Sunday, November 27-30 Holiday Break ................ Saturday-Sunday, December 20-January 4 Spring Semester hours resume on Sunday, January 11. GAME ROOM HOURS

Monday-Thursday ................................................................... noon-10 p.m. Friday ................................................................................................. noon-9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday .......................................................................... 1-7 p.m. Game Room closed November 24-26 and Dec. 17-Jan. 10. For university closings for inclement weather visit gsu.edu or call 404-413-2100. The Aquatics Center will be closed November 23-January 11 for resurfacing the lap pool.

Assistant Director-Operations Kacy Toberg Facilities Coordinator Sabra Blackwell Customer Service Representative Brenda Webb Administrative

Monday-Friday ........................................................................... 6 a.m.-8 p.m. Saturday .......................................................................................... 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Sunday ........................................................................................................... closed

EXcePTIONS TO STANDARD HOURS

operations Julie Dobbs

ABBREVIATED HOURS Fall Break: Sunday-Wednesday, November 23-26 Finals Week: Tuesday-Tuesday, December 9-16 Semester Break: Wednesday-Friday, December 17-19 and Monday-Saturday, January 5-10

Important numbers

Administrative Offices ............................................................. Equipment Issue Desk ............................................................. Fitness Center .............................................................................. Game Room ................................................................................. Indian Creek Pool ...................................................................... Indian Creek Reservations .................................................... Membership .................................................................................. Outdoor Equipment Rental ................................................. Service Counter .........................................................................

404-413-1750 404-413-1770 404-413-1779 404-413-1777 404-413-4272 404-413-1794 404-413-1753 404-413-1772 404-413-1780

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Debra Guyton

Judi Moss

Student Recreation Center ........... 3 SRC Quick Reference ...................... 4 Safety .......................................................... 5 Aquatics .................................................... 6 Fitness Classes ....................................... 8 Instructional Clinics ......................... 10 Fitness Center .................................... 12 Sport Clubs ......................................... 13

Intramurals ........................................... Touch the Earth Trips ..................... Outdoor Equipment Rental ......... Climbing Wall ....................................... Challenge Program ............................ Off-Campus Facilities ....................... Special Events .......................................

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Quick Reference Membership information

Membership is limited to faculty, staff, students and degree holding graduates of Georgia State University. Current students are members through their student activity fee. Access

All members will sign a waiver with initial membership. PantherCards are required to enter and exit. Member Fees

Faculty/staff/retirees ................................. $252/year or $84/semester Graduates (degree holding) of Georgia State University .......................................................... $306/$102 Spouse/domestic partner ........................................................ $306/$102 Children of members 8-18 years of age ....................................................... $25.50/semester 7 years of age and younger ............................................................. free Adult children of members 19-26 years of age .......................................................... $51/semester Faculty/staff/graduate day pass ................................................................. $5 guest fees

Members may bring up to three guests per visit. $5 per guest per visit. Each guest will be required to sign a waiver and present photo identification. All guests must be accompanied by the member throughout the visit. Multi-use guest passes are available at a rate of $3 per guest/per visit. Sold in groups of 5, 10 or 15 visits. Age Requirements

All children must be under the direct supervision of their parent/ guardian. Children are not allowed to participate in programs unless specifically stated. Areas available for access 0-7 years ..................................................................................... leisure pool 8-15 years .......................................................................... all areas except exercise room and free weight area 16-18 years........................................................................................... all areas Locker Rental

A limited number of lockers will be available starting at 6 a.m. on Monday, August 25. Full locker .................................................... $25/semester or $75 annual Half locker ................................................... $12/semester or $36 annual Third locker .................................................. $8/semester or $24 annual Daily locker ............................................................. no charge, bring a lock Spring Locker Renewal

November 17-December 16. If you do not renew, you must remove your items by December 16. Items not retrieved 14 days after December 16 will be donated to charity. Payments

We accept Discover, Mastercard, Visa, PantherCash, cash and check. Faculty/Staff may use payroll deduction for memberships, full and half size lockers. Policies and Procedures

Visit recreation.gsu.edu

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Program information Registration

Bring PantherCard and payment to the location that corresponds to the program you are registering for. Aquatics, Instructional Clinics and Safety .................................... lobby Fitness Center ......................................................................... exercise room Touch the Earth ......................................... SRC parking deck entrance Intramurals, Sport Clubs ...................................................................... online Fee Breakdown

student/member/non-member Program Holidays

No classes November 24-29.


Safety Class

Date(s)

Time

Cost

Instructor

Adult CPR/AED and First Aid Adult CPR/AED/FA

9/20 10 a.m.-5 p.m. $55/$60 11/8 10 a.m.-5 p.m. $55/$60 Receive certification in Adult CPR, Automated External Defibrillator (AED) and First Aid.

Grace Grace

9/28 CPRO Receive certification in Adult/Child/Infant CPRO.

12:30-7 p.m.

$60/$70

CPR/AED/FA Instuctor Certification 12/1-4

5-9:30 p.m.

$150/$190/$250 Adam

Rachel

Must be currently CPR/AED/First Aid certified. Must attend all dates.

Lifeguard Instruction Lifeguard Instructor

10/13-16 & 5-9:30 p.m. 10/20-23 Must be currently certified in lifeguarding and CPRO. Must attend all dates.

$150/$190/$250 Adam

Coordinator: Adam Penn 404-413-1775 | aquatics@gsu.edu

Registration Starts Mon., August 25 Registration closes seven days prior to scheduled class dates. Refunds A full refund will be given if class does not meet minimum class size or the participant cancels seven days prior to the first day of class. An original receipt is required to receive a refund, no exceptions. Certifications All certifications are given through the American Red Cross.

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Aquatics Coordinator: Adam Penn 404-413-1775 | aquatics@gsu.edu

Registration Dates Mon., Aug. 25-Mon., Sept. 15 Clinics that have not met minimum enrollment requirements as of Monday, September 8 will be canceled and refunds/transfers will be issued. Participants will be notified via email for any class changes or notifications. Beginning/End Dates September 2-October 18 Refunds A full refund will be given if the participant cancels by closing on Monday, September 8. An original receipt is required to receive a refund, no exceptions.

Adult Swim Lessons Class

Time

Cost

Instructor

10-10:55 a.m. 5:30-6:25 p.m.

$20/40 $20/40

Stephanie Stephanie/Elisabeth

11-11:55 a.m. 6:30-7:25 p.m.

$20/40 $20/40

Stephanie Stephanie

Beginning Overcome fear of water and learn basic skills.

5:30-6:25 p.m.

$20/40

Allen

Intermediate

6:30-7:25 p.m.

$20/40

Allen

Beginning Overcome fear of water and learn basic skills.

10-10:55 a.m.

$10/20

Allen

Intermediate

11-11:55 a.m.

$10/20

Allen/Nick

noon-12:55 p.m.

$10/20

Allen/Nick

Monday & Wednesday Beginning Overcome fear of water and learn basic skills. Intermediate Requires no fear of water and basic skills.

Tuesday & Thursday

Requires no fear of water and basic skills.

Saturday

Requires no fear of water and basic skills. Advanced Requires no fear of water and intermediate skills.

PLease note:

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Child Swim Lessons Saturday Classes

Time

Cost

Instructor

10-10:25 a.m.

$10/20

UV

Parent & Child Parent & Infant

All Children’s classes meet on Saturdays.

Ages 6-18 months. Parent must participate in the water with the infant. This class teaches underwater acclimation while parents learn how to give their child a positive experience in the water. Parent & Toddler

10:30-10:55 a.m.

$10/20

UV

Ages 18-36 months. Parent must participate in the water with the toddler. Students continue developing water acclimation and safety skills. Children will have fun in the water while developing swimming readiness.

Preschool 11:15-11:50 a.m. $10/20 UV Preschool 1 3 to 5 year olds who are new to the water will develop comfort in the water, learn water entry, bubble blowing, floating, kicking, underwater exploration and general water safety skills. Preschool 2

noon-12:35 p.m.

$10/20

UV

Prerequisite: Able to demonstrate completion requirements of Preschool L1. 3 to 5 year olds who are very comfortable in the water will learn new skills such as combined arm and leg action on front, treading with support and general water safety skills.

Children’s Levels 1-4 11-11:45 a.m. $10/20 Kevin Level 1 Must be age 5 the first day of the program in order to participate and be comfortable away from parent. Objectives: Supported floating on front and back, gliding, kicking, and alternating arm and leg action. Level 2

noon-12:45 p.m.

$10/20

Kevin

Objectives: Unsupported float, gliding, kicking on front and back without support, combined arm action with kick on front and back, treading water without support, personal safety and rescue skills. Level 3

1-1:45 p.m.

$10/20

Nick

Prerequisite: Must be comfortable in lap pool. Objectives: Front crawl with breathing to the side, coordinated back crawl, elementary backstroke, scissor and dolphin kick, treading water skills, diving, and personal safety and rescue skills. $10/20 Allen Level 4 1-1:45 p.m. Objectives: Improve stroke proficiency on front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, breast stroke and elementary backstroke, sidestroke, surface diving, open turns, and personal safety and rescue skills.

Aquatics Center will be closed November 23-January 11. We appreciate your patience as we are completing extensive pool maintenance.

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Fitness Classes Coordinator: Stephanie Belcher 404-413-1793 | sbelcher@gsu.edu

Class Dates Tues., Sept. 2-Mon., Dec. 8 No classes November 24-29 All fitness classes are completely free to members and fee-paying guests. Class descriptions can be found at our website on the Free Fitness Classes page.

FREE

Class

Time

Location

Instructor

7:15-8:05 a.m. noon-12:50 p.m. 6-6:50 p.m. noon-12:50 p.m. 4-4:50 p.m. 5-5:20 p.m. 5:30-5:50 p.m.

Aerobic/Dance Studio Aerobic/Dance Studio Aerobic/Dance Studio Martial Arts Studio Aerobic/Dance Studio Aerobic/Dance Studio Aerobic/Dance Studio

Kimberly Nadia Brianna Eric H. Tiffani Jacque-Corey Jacque-Corey

noon-12:50 p.m. noon-12:50 p.m. 5:30-6:20 p.m. 4-4:50 p.m. 5:30-6:20 p.m.

Aerobic/Dance Studio Studio B Studio B Aerobic/Dance Studio Martial Arts Studio

Tiffani Kelsey Mackenzie Sascha Eric H.

7:15-8:05 a.m. 5:30-6:20 p.m. noon-12:50 p.m. 7-7:50 p.m. noon-12:50 p.m. 7-7:50 p.m. 4:30-5:20 p.m. 4:30-5:20 p.m. 6:30-6:50 p.m.

Aerobic/Dance Aerobic/Dance Aerobic/Dance Aerobic/Dance Studio B Studio B

Kimberly Jennifer Erik I. Courtney Stephanie Spence Eric H. Alana Jennifer

Monday Cardio Sculpt Zumba速 Kickbox Boot Camp HIIT Ab Blast

Tuesday Boot Camp Cycle Step Kickbox

Wednesday Cardio Sculpt Zumba速 Cycle Kickbox Pilates Ab Blast

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Studio Studio Studio Studio

Martial Arts Studio Studio B Aerobic/Dance Studio


Class

Time

Location

Instructor

noon-12:20 p.m. noon-12:50 p.m. 4:30-5:20 p.m. 6:30-7:20 p.m. 12:30-12:50 p.m. 6:30-6:50 p.m. 2-2:50 p.m. 4-4:50 p.m. 5:30-6:20 p.m. 7-7:50 p.m.

Aerobic/Dance Studio B Studio B Studio B Aerobic/Dance Aerobic/Dance Aerobic/Dance Aerobic/Dance Aerobic/Dance Aerobic/Dance

Studio Studio Studio Studio Studio Studio

Tiffani Kelsey Alana Mackenzie Tiffani Jennifer Jacque-Corey Sascha Jennifer Erik I.

11-11:50 a.m. noon-12:20 p.m. 12:30-1:20 p.m.

Aerobic/Dance Studio Aerobic/Dance Studio Aerobic/Dance Studio

Jacque-Corey Jacque-Corey Nadia

Thursday HIIT Cycle

Ab Blast Cardio Sculpt Step Panther Pump Zumba速

Studio

Friday Panther Pump Ab Blast Zumba速

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Instructional Clinics Coordinator: Stephanie Belcher 404-413-1793 | sbelcher@gsu.edu

Class

Day Time

Location

Cost

Martial Arts Hapkido

Registration Dates Mon., Aug. 25–Mon., Sept. 22 Clinic Dates Tues., Sept. 2-Mon., Dec. 8 No clinics November 24-29. One clinic registration is good for the specific day and time that is listed on the schedule. If a clinic is offered more than once per week, a separate, additional registration is required. Price listed per clinic is for the entire semester of classes, not cost per week. Late registrations are not allowed for any reason. Clinics not meeting enrollment requirements as of Mon., Sept. 15 will be canceled and refunds/ transfers will be issued. Participants will be notified via email for any class changes or cancellations. Try Me week August 25-29 Refunds A full refund will be given if the participant cancels by closing on Mon., Sept. 15. An original receipt is required to receive a refund, no exceptions.

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Instructor

Tu 11:30 a.m.-12:20 p.m. Martial Arts Studio $20/$40 Th 11:30 a.m.-12:20 p.m. Martial Arts Studio $20/$40 A Korean form of attack and defense that utilizes joint manipulation, strikes and grappling.

Tu 2-2:50 p.m. Martial Arts Studio Boxing Training will cover striking, defense, take downs, grappling and submissions.

$20/$40

Satish Satish Randy

W 5:30-6:20 p.m. Martial Arts Studio $20/$40 Eric Mixed Martial Arts Training will cover striking, defense, take downs, grappling and submissions. Th 5:30-6:50 p.m. Martial Arts Studio $20/$40 Michael Lotus Self Defense Martial arts style class that will cover punches, kicks, blocks, and rolls with emphasis on self-defense.

Dance M 6-7:20 p.m. Martial Arts Studio $20/$40 Andrea Belly Dance Comprised of the traditional dances of North Africa and the Middle East. M 7-7:50 p.m. Aerobic/Dance Studio $20/$40 Al Beginner Salsa This course covers basic steps, footwork, and leading/following. No partner necessary. M 8-8:50 p.m. Aerobic/Dance Studio $20/$40 Al Intermediate Salsa Intermediate L.A. style salsa with a focus on improving dance technique. Must have taken a previous salsa class. Tu 5:30-6:20 p.m. Aerobic/Dance Studio $20/$40 Joe Ballroom Dance Introduction to ballroom dance. Dances learned include: Tango, East Coast Swing, Waltz, and Rumba. Tu 6:30-7:20 p.m. Aerobic/Dance Studio $20/$40 Brittany Hip Hop Learn the basics of Hip Hop dance. Expect to learn new hip hop routines every week!

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Class

Day Time

Location

Cost

Instructor

Yoga M 9-9:50 a.m. Iyengar Yoga Focus on precise and dynamic postures performed at a slow M 1-1:50 p.m. Flow Yoga Th 3-3:50 p.m. Use a sequence of postures coupled with breathing exercises

Aerobic/Dance Studio $20/$40 to moderate pace. Studio B $20/$40 Studio B $20/$40 with an emphasis on flexibility.

Mark Alison Ron

Hatha

Tu 3-3:50 p.m. Studio B $20/$40 Alison Tu 4-4:50 p.m. Studio B $20/$40 Alison An introduction to yoga postures with breath work focusing on flexibility, strength, and relaxation.

W 9-9:50 a.m. Aerobic/Dance Studio $20/$40 Mark Power Traditional yoga techniques practiced in a way to challenge you and develop muscle conditioning. Vinyasa

W 1-1:50 p.m. Studio B $20/$40 W 2:30-3:50 p.m. Studio B $20/$40 Practice a flowing sequence of postures at a high intensity level while focusing on breath.

M 5:30-6:50 p.m. Studio B Yin Yoga Develop flexibility and build awareness using long, held postures and meditation.

$20/$40

Susan Susan Ron

Th 5:30-6:20 p.m. Studio B $20/$40 Jessica Kripalu Focus on relaxation using inner focus, meditation and breath work. F noon-12:50 p.m. Studio B $20/$40 Alison Yoga Mix A beginner friendly class that combines multiple disciplines to help you unwind from a stressful week.

Sport Instruction Tu 4-4:50 p.m. Omni Gym $20/$40 Joe Fencing Learn how to move, defend and attack using basic fencing techniques. All equipment provided. W 5:30-7 p.m. Meeting Room/ $40/$80 Alana/ Panther F.I.T. Studio B Stephanie Want to become a group exercise instructor? Come learn what it takes to lead a safe and effective class!

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Fitness Center Assistant Director: Caroline Dotts 404-413-1779 | ccox25@gsu.edu

Hours: Mon. -Thurs.: 8 a.m.-7 p.m. Fri.: 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Location Room 150 (inside the Exercise Room) Student Recreation Center Registration Visit us in Room 150 and bring a completed medical history form (found on our website under the Fitness tab). Bring your PantherCard along with check, cash, credit card or PantherCash. Refund Policy for Personal Training and Nutrition Sessions

There are no refunds for personal training or nutrition sessions unless a documented medical issue precludes the completion of a session. A maximum of three training sessions or two follow up nutrition sessions may be carried forward for one semester. Sessions not used by the end of the second semester will be forfeited. COST

Student/Rec member/Other

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Services Packages Starter Package Fitness assessment and two personal training sessions

$45/$50

Starter Package Plus Fitness assessment and six personal training sessions

$75/$105

Total Package Fitness assessment, two personal training sessions and Total Paws

$80/$85

Total Package Plus Fitness assessment, six personal training sessions and Total Paws

$110/$140

Starter Paws Assessment of two-day food diary, total cholesterol screening, hour consultation plus two half-hour follow up sessions

$15/$20

Total Paws Starter Paws and REEVUE速 metabolic testing

$40/$45

Additional Services Follow Up Assessment Must occur at least three months after initial assessment.

$35/$40

Additional Personal Training Sessions Can be added to any training package purchase. Priced per session.

$10/$15

$5/$10 Just Paws 30 minute nutrition session to address general questions. Does not include assessment. Lipid Screening* (Total Cholesterol, Triglycerides, HDL and LDL values) Comprehensive finger stick. Must fast 8-10 hours prior to test. *Most appointments are typically scheduled between 8 a.m. and 9:30 a.m.

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$15/$20/$25


Sport Clubs Coordinator: Ty Verdin 404-413-1764 | sportclubs@gsu.edu

Sport Clubs Recruitment Fair

Student Recreation Center Lobby Tuesday, September 2 noon–2 p.m. and Wednesday, September 3 4-6 p.m.

Current Sport Clubs

Angler Fishing Badminton Boxing Breakdancing Capoeira Cycling Equestrian Grappling & Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Indoor Soccer Lacrosse (men’s) Lacrosse (women’s) Paintball Rock Climbing Rowing Rugby (men’s) Soccer (men’s) Swim Tennis Ultimate Frisbee (men’s) Ultimate Frisbee (women’s) Volleyball Whitewater Wrestling Visit recreation.gsu.edu/clubs for more info on our current clubs or how to start your own.

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Intramurals Assistant Director: Andy Hudgins 404-413-1765 | intramurals@gsu.edu

Registration Go to www.gsuim.com Free Agents Don’t have enough to form your own team? Sign up as a free agent, and teams will ask you to join their team! Cost Free to currently enrolled students & Rec Services members. (Exception: Non-students who are members are required to pay a fee for any sport where there is a cost per person, e.g. golf, bowling, etc.) Forfeit Fee Policy For league sports, teams will be required to pay a forfeit check of $30. If the team forfeits a game, the check will be cashed. If no forfeits, the check will be returned.

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Event/Start Date

Divisions

Location

Phase 1 Registration Period: August 25-September 14 Racquetball Golf

September 16 September 19

Open Open

Racquetball Courts Browns Mill

Flag Football* Indoor Soccer* Billiards

September 21 September 22

M, W, CoRec M, W, CoRec Open

Panthersville Omni Gym Game Room

M, W, CoRec

Sports Arena Courts

Sand Volleyball*

September 24 September 29

Phase 2 Registration Period: October 6-26 Table Tennis Arena Ultimate Frisbee

October 29 October 30

Open Open

Game Room Omni Gym

Dodgeball* 3v3 Basketball* Volleyball*

November 3 November 3

M, W, CoRec M, W M, W, CoRec

Omni Gym Main Gym Main Gym

November 4

*Captains must take test and/or submit forfeit fee. For specific rules, times and more information, visit www.gsuim.com. Intramural Sports Showcase & Dodgeball Tourney August 26 • 7-10 p.m. • Omni Gym What is Intramurals all about? How do I get on a team? What if I’m not good enough? All these questions and more will be answered.

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Touch the Earth Coordinator: Carson Tortorige ctort@gsu.edu Inquiries: 404-413-1772 touchtheearth@gsu.edu Registration Participants should register no later than the Tuesday before the trip. Liability waivers will be signed at the time of registration or on the day of the trip. Cost Categories are as follows: GSU students/Recreation members/Others Refunds To receive a refund, you must cancel more than 10 days before the trip date. Participants who do not show up for a trip will not receive a refund. No refunds will be given for deposits on break trips. Money paid toward the trip balance is not refundable after the date of the pre-trip meeting. Payment deadlines must be met or trip spot and all payments will be forfeited.

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Touch the Earth Trips at a glance Date

Day

Trip

Cost

Leader

Adventure Sports page 18 Sept. 13

Sat.

Fly Fishing #1

$20/$25/$30

Steve Hudson

Sept. 28

Sun.

Rock Climbing 101

$10/$12/$16

Rock Climbing Club

Oct. 4

Sat.

Wild Cave Exploration #1

$18/$22/$28

Davis Ison & David McBride

Oct. 10-12

Fri.-Sun.

Harvest Moon Celebration

$110/$120/$130

Tonya Bennett

Oct. 18

Sat.

Fly Fishing #2

$20/$25/$30

Steve Hudson

Oct. 18

Sat.

Horseback Forest Trail Riding #1

$48/$52/$58

Davis Ison

Nov. 1

Sat.

Pedal, Stretch & Breathe

$16/$18/$20

Tonya Bennett

Nov. 15

Sat.

Wild Cave Exploration #2

$18/$22/$28

Davis Ison & David McBride

Nov. 16

Sun.

Bicycling Berry College

$16/$18/$20

Amanda Highfield

Nov. 16

Sun.

Horseback Forest Trail Riding #2

$48/$52/$58

Staff

Dec. 13

Sat.

Wild Cave Exploration #3

$18/$22/$28

Davis Ison & David McBride

Backpacking & Overnight Treks page 18 Oct. 11-12

Sat.-Sun.

Big Frog & the Benton MacKaye

$15/$18/$22

Gardner Neely

Oct. 17-19

Fri.-Sun.

Great Smoky Mountains Fall Color Tour

$20/$22/$24

Carson Tortorige

Oct. 25-26

Sat.-Sun.

Springer Mountain & the AT

$15/$18/$22

Hanna McGugan

Oct. 25-26

Sat.-Sun.

Two-Days 2 Day-Hikes Campout

$18/$20/$24

Sarah Buckner

Nov. 8-9

Sat.-Sun.

Sumter and Ellicott Rock

$15/$18/$22

Gardner Neely

Break Trips page 20 Nov. 21-29

Fri.-Sat.

Machu Picchu & The Inca Trail

$1895/$1995/$2095

Carson Tortorige

Dec. 17-23

Wed.-Tues.

Steamboat Ski and Snowboard

$819/$879/$935

Carson Tortorige

Touch the Earth trips are all made possible by our awesome VOLUNTEER trip leaders!

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Date

Day

Trip

Cost

Leader

Day Trips page 19 Sept. 6

Sat.

Panther Creek Falls

$9/$10/$11

Davis Ison

Sept. 12

Fri.

Hidden Forests Hike #1

$5/$8/$10

Amanda, Gardner, Carson, & Staff

Sept. 20

Sat.

Little River Falls, Alabama

$8/$9/$10

Davis Ison

Sept. 26

Fri.

Hidden Forests Hike #2

$5/$8/$10

Amanda, Gardner, Carson, & Staff

Sept. 27

Sat.

High Falls Hiking

$8/$10/$12

Gardner Neely

Oct. 10

Fri.

Hidden Forests Hike #3

$5/$8/$10

Amanda, Gardner, Carson, & Staff

Oct. 24

Fri.

Hidden Forests Hike #4

$5/$8/$10

Amanda, Gardner, Carson, & Staff

Oct. 25

Sat.

Bear Creek Valley Trail

$8/$9/$10

Dominique Moses

Nov. 9

Sun.

Rabun Bald Firetower

$9/$10/$11

Shelby Utter

Nov. 14

Fri.

Hidden Forests Hike #5

$5/$8/$10

Amanda, Gardner, Carson, & Staff

Dec. 12

Fri.

Hidden Forests Hike #6

$5/$8/$10

Amanda, Gardner, Carson, & Staff

Flatwater page 19 Sept. 20-21

Sat.-Sun.

River Cleanup Service Project

$11/$15/$18

Domonique Moses

Oct. 3-5

Fri.-Sun.

Cumberland Island Sea Kayak Tour

$65/$70/$80

Carson Tortorige

Nov. 7-9

Fri.-Sun.

Okefenokee Swamp Paddle

$50/$55/$65

Lizzy Heldman

Nov. 14-16

Fri.-Sun.

St. Joseph Island Multi-Sport

$50/$55/$65

Philip Strate

Whitewater page 19 Sept. 15

Mon./Wed.

Whitewater Kayak School (4 sessions/trip)

$50/$55/$65

Carson & assistants

Sept 27

Sat.

Nantahala Raft Trip #1

$35/$40/$45

Domonique Moses & Jennifer Pecoraro

Sept. 27-28

Sat.-Sun.

Whitewater Kayak School River Trip

included in school

Carson & assistants

Oct. 12

Sun.

Nantahala Raft Trip #2

$35/$40/$45

Bruce Wood & Jennifer Pecoraro

Oct. 25

Sat.

Ocoee Rafting Trip (middle)

$45/50/$55

Carson, Bruce & Mark

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Touch the Earth Trip Descriptions Adventure Sports Horseback Forest Trail Riding Beginner and experienced riders will enjoy Blue Ridge, GA by horseback. We’ll spend 1 1/2 hours in the saddle on the trail and tour the mountain area afterwards. Includes transportation, leadership, gratuity, horse and guide. Wild Cave Exploration Join us as we hike, crawl, climb and squeeze our way through a remote, desolate and virtually uncharted wild cave. Our final trip is for more advanced or experienced cavers, please. Includes caving gear, transportation, guide, and fees. Equinox: The Beach and Autumnal Yoga Head to Amelia Island with Tonya from Yoga on the Move. Enjoy a morning Sun Salutation and meditate in the company of the beautiful sunrise. Later, learn something new by riding the ocean waves at the surf and paddleboard clinic or participate in the art of doing nothing. In the evening be treated to a bonfire in celebration of the abundance of this wondrous planet. Includes transportation, two nights lodging, multiple yoga sessions w/mat, entrance fees and leadership. (Surfboard rental/lesson $40 additional.) Rock Climbing 101 We’ll take you out to a popular rock climbing destination and get you up on some awesome climbs for you to test your outdoor climbing ability and learn new skills. No experience necessary. Includes transportation, climbing equipment and shoes, instruction and leadership.

Fly Fishing We will travel to North Georgia for hands on instruction in fly casting, fishing strategies, knot tying, and an introduction to insects, tools and techniques. GA fishing license with Trout Stamp required. Participants are invited on the second trip for a step up. Includes transportation, fishing equipment, instruction and leadership. Bicycling Berry College Ride the mountain bike trails or bike the roads on this guided exploration of Berry’s scenic and vast campus network of trails and roads. Learn about the facets of what makes this largest campus in the world historical and unique. Mountain bike or hybrid required. Some trails are not suitable for hybrid bike—self-guided hiking will also be offered. Includes transportation for participant and bike, and leadership.

Rating: strenuous, 17+ miles Sumter & Ellicott Rock Hike 8-10 miles along the National Wild and Scenic Chattooga River and camp along the river bank in the Sumter National Forest. This relaxing backpacking trip enjoys up to 3 states, trout fisherman and Ellicott Rock. Includes transportation, leadership and personal camping equipment.

Backpacking and Overnight Treks

Rating: moderate to easy, 5+ miles

All backpacking trips include transportation, guides, shared group equipment and any park fees.

Big Frog and the Benton MacKaye Big Frog is not small. Backpacking a climb of over 2,000 feet in 5 miles you’ll have an amazing panoramic camping experience atop the mountain in the Cohutta Wilderness. This area of the forest is one of the most preserved in the southeast, offering a dense, rich wilderness hiking experience and pure cascading waters.

Springer Mountain and the AT Get a taste of the AT on this preview backpacking trip. This taste will be nearly a meal as the early stretches of the AT are quite strenuous. See the approach trail from Amicalola Falls, learn lightweight backpacking techniques and alcohol stove building and attempt Blood Mountain. Rating: moderate, up to 20 miles Two-Days 2 Day-Hikes Campout Do two amazing day hikes and camp in a state campground in north Georgia. Destinations include Blood Mountain, Brasstown Bald, Amicalola State Park, Vogel State Park and Springer Mountain, on the Appalachian Trail. Other stops like Desoto Falls will be as time allows! Includes personal camping equipment. Rating: moderate, 7+ miles each day

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Great Smoky Mountains Fall Color Tour Enjoy a three day fall color tour of Great Smoky Mountain National Park by vehicle and foot. We’ll see the park from many angles and then dive into the wilderness away from the sightseers to backpack under the gleaming canopy. Bring your camera because the views will be spectacular. Participants should be in good physical condition and previous camping experience is a plus.

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Rating: moderate to strenuous, 11 miles


Day Hikes All day hikes include transportation, leadership and any park fees. Panther Creek Falls Hike a 7 mile round-trip along Panther Creek and lunch at the falls of Panther and Davidson’s Creek. If the temperature is right, you’ll enjoy a cool off swim at the falls. Rating: moderate, 7 miles Little River Falls Alabama Hike the canyons with a swimsuit on and jump right in below Little River Falls. Dry off for a picnic lunch and swim for the rest of the afternoon. Rating: easy, less than 3 miles Atlanta’s Hidden Forests In a series of six Friday half-days throughout the semester, our guides will share with you some of their favorite hikes near the city. Based on the new book Hiking Atlanta’s Hidden Forests by Jonah McDonald, we’ll select the coolest hikes you must see and point out a few neat items of nature! Rating: easy to moderate, less than 6 miles Bear Creek Valley Trail Hike the naturally breathtaking Bear Creek Valley, near Elijay, GA and admire the native flora and fauna, just in time to see the autumn leaves. This trail winds around Bear Creek and Little Bear Creek, then proceeds up a neighboring summit for a view of the valley below. We’ll also pass by the majestic Gennett Poplar, the second largest living tree in Georgia! Rating: moderate, 5.7 miles High Falls Hiking This small park has lots to enjoy and see with the 135 foot cascading falls, loop trails and remnants of an old town that once prospered. If time allows we’ll visit other sights in the area.

Rabun Bald Firetower Hike to the second highest peak in Georgia, but arguably the most breathtaking. Topping out at 4,700 ft. you’ll find a panoramic view of north Georgia and maybe a few other states on a clear fall day. It remains one of the premier botanical areas in GA and fall views are exceptional. Rating: easy to moderate, 6-7 miles

Flatwater River Cleanup Service Project Team up with Touch the Earth and Sustainable Energy Tribe on this service project. Clearing rivers of unnatural debris and trash, explore the local area trails and learn about how to keep our environment clean. Includes transportation, group equipment, fees, a lunch and leadership. St. Joseph Multi-Sport Extend yourself far out on the peninsula of St. Joseph State Park in Florida. This park offers hiking/biking trails, surf conditions on the Gulf, snorkeling/kayaking in the bay and beautiful campsites. There are even world class oysters for eating just down the road. This makes for a great weekend to sample many adventures! Includes transportation, sports gear, personal and group camping equipment, leadership and fees. Cumberland Island Sea Kayak Tour Explore the pristine and unspoiled wilderness of Georgia’s Cumberland Island. Spend three days kayaking the brackish marshes and rivers, hiking along the wide sandy beaches and inland forests. See beautiful live oaks draped in Spanish moss, antebellum mansions and abundant wildlife, including the island’s famous wild horses. Includes paddling gear, group equipment, guide, fees, and transportation.

Rating: easy, less than 5 miles

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Okefenokee Swamp Fun to say and fun to paddle, the Okefenokee Swamp and slow moving Suwannee River is a beautiful canoecamping destination for late fall in southern Georgia. You’ll enjoy amazing serenity and abundant wildlife on this 10-14 mile per day paddle trip. Canoe skills and primitive camp experience preferred. Includes paddling gear, group equipment, guide, fees, and transportation.

Whitewater Whitewater Kayaking School The course begins with four sessions in still water and finishes with a progressive two-day optional river trip. Please plan to attend all sessions and the river trip to be a graduate of the course. Students, faculty and staff get first priority. No prior experience is necessary. The maximum weight is 250 pounds. Pool work will be held at the Student Recreation Center pool, 6:30-9:30 p.m. on Mondays/Wednesdays, September 15, 17, 22, & 24. The river portion will be Saturday/Sunday, September 27-28. Includes paddling gear, transportation during river sessions, camping and river lunches. Nantahala Raft Trips This 8.5 mile run in a beautiful gorge of North Carolina is enjoyable for beginners as well as veteran rafters. The gorge in the fall time is gorgeous. Includes transportation, leadership, river guides, equipment and lunch. Ocoee Rafting This exciting Class IV whitewater river in Tennessee is the most action packed in the Southeast! Expect to get wet and experience a wild ride as you work as a team. This is a river of constant whitewater intensity, waves and solid fun. Do the standard middle trip (5 miles) or join us for an epic full-day combo trip (upper & middle—10 miles). Includes transportation, leadership, river guides, equipment and lunch.

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Touch the Earth Break trips

Machu Picchu, The Inca trail & sacred valley, Peru Friday-Saturday, November21-29, 2014 $1895/$1995/$2095 Join us on our adventurous and relaxing trip to Peru in South America this November. Peru is home to ten UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Live out of your backpack and travel between cities on public transportation discovering the Andean culture high in the mountains and the bustling economy along the Pacific coast. Trace the Inca Trail on a four-day trek on foot to the top of Machu Picchu, one of the top 5 treks in the world. Tour Colca Canyon – twice as deep as the Grand Canyon. We’ll explore the Amazon Rainforest, Manu Biospshere Reserve on our way to a relaxing surfer’s town. Airfare and hostel lodging is included, as well as transportation and group tours. This trip and all activities are planned in cooperation with the input of the participants upon registration. Passport or Visa is required. For your enjoyment and others, a good physical health condition is required. A $500 non-refundable deposit is due by October 10 to reserve your space; Balance is due November 7. Students given priority on registration.

Free informational meeting: Monday, October 6, 6 p.m., room 215, SRC

Steamboat Ski & snowboard Wednesday-Tuesday, December 17-23, 2014

$819/879/935

Join us for our annual trip to ski and snowboard at Steamboat Springs in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. Trip package includes direct roundtrip airfare, airport shuttle, six night stay in the luxurious Steamboat Grand (fully equipped condos) at the base of the mountain, evening dinner and four day lift ticket. Perfect for beginners and experts; beginner to advanced lessons available. For more info call Carson Tortorige at 404-413-1773 or click on Break Trips on our website. Space is limited! A $200 non-refundable deposit is due by October 3 to reserve your space; Balance is due November 7. This trip offers early bird pricing! Sign up by September 12 and receive $50 off trip price! Pre-trip meeting: Monday, November 10, 6-7 p.m., room 215, SRC Please note: International trips require a doctor’s authorization for international travel to destination, as well as mandatory international student health insurance. These items typically cost the student an additional $10-$20. A passport for travel or visa is also required. Break trips may be available for course credit. Cost: GSU students/recreation members/others.

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Outdoor Equipment Rental Item

Price per day

Limit per person

Commuter bike***

Free

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Tent (six-person)

$5/$6

2

Tent (four-person)

$4/$5

2

Tent (one/two-person)

$3/$4

2

Backpack w/cover (internal or external frame)

$3/$4

4

Sleeping bag

$3/$4

10

Ensolite pad

$2/$3

10

Cook kit (backpack or family)

$2/$3

4

Tarp (10’x10’ or larger)

$2/$3

4

Backpack stove**

$3/$4

4

2-burner stove**

$4/$6

4

Lantern**

$4/$6

4

Battery lantern

$2/$3

4

Water bottle

$1/$2

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Poncho

$1/$2

10

Cooler

$3/$4

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$20/$25

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Lower level | Student Recreation Center (outside entrance adjacent to parking deck driveway) 404-413-1772 Hours of Operation Aug. 25 -Dec. 8: Monday-Friday 10 a.m.-6 p.m. December 9-19: Monday-Friday noon-5 p.m. Equipment must be picked up and returned during the above hours only. Closures and Special Rental Deals Closed Monday, September 1 for Labor Day: free day Closed Thursday-Friday, November 27-28 for Thanksgiving: free day Closed December 20-January 7: seven day charge Parking for Equipment Loading and Unloading Customers may park temporarily for free behind the Student Recreation Center in the space marked “Touch the Earth.” To gain access from parking gate attendant, tell the attendant you are a Touch the Earth customer. You will be able to park in the provided spaces and given a voucher that must be validated by TTE personnel in order to exit. Rental Policies

1. Rental equipment is available for checkout to current GSU students, faculty and staff. GSU graduates must be members of the Student Recreation Center to enjoy this service. You Flatwater Canoe $10/$12 1 must present your Panther ID card. Whitewater Kayak* $12/$15 1 2. A $20 deposit must be left for any reservation or rental. Full Recreational Kayak $8/$10 2 payment for equipment must be made when the equipment is (sit on top or sit in) picked up. 3. Deposit will be forfeited if reservation is not cancelled by Touring kayak $12/$15 1 5 p.m. on scheduled day of pick up. Car kit $2/$3 1 4. Advance reservations must be made IN PERSON. 5. A Friday-Monday rental is assessed a two-day charge. Wetsuit–Farmer John/Farmer Jane $4/$5 4 6. A $1 per item per day late fee is charged in addition to the Crash Pad $5/$7 2 daily rental fee. Exception: Bikes are charged $20 per day. Camp/canoe seat $2/$3 4 7. Additional charges will apply for any equipment returned wet * NOTE: Requires completion of Touch the Earth clinic or school and permission from the outdoor recreation and/or dirty (i.e. tents and stoves). 8. Deposits may be held overnight for equipment needing coordinator. Call 404-413-1773 one week in advance. ** Customers will receive a stove or lantern with the equivalent of one full canister. inspection if equipment is returned after 5:30 p.m. *** Rental period up to three consecutive days maximum. Helmet, lock and lamps provided. Late Fee $20/day. 9. Upon return, all tents will receive a full set up inspection.

Whitewater Canoe*

Bike Shop We offer “while you wait” services and referrals to local bike shops for more complex issues.

COST

Student/faculty, staff and recreation members

FREE Services: Pump Air • Seat height adjustment • Brake adjustment Tube Services: Tube replacement: $10 • Fix flat: $7 (patch) 15 New bikes for FREE bike-share rental. Now renting weekends!

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Touch the Earth Climbing Wall & Bouldering Cave Inquiries: 404-413-1772

Wall Hours of Operation August 25-December 8 Mondays, Wednesdays: 1-8:30 p.m. Tuesdays, Thursdays: noon-7 p.m. Fridays: 1-5:30 p.m. Closed when student classes are on break. Bouldering Cave open during normal building hours. Free Try Climbing Anytime No certification required. Bring your PantherCard. All equipment provided. Certification Clinics Includes belay skills, policies and procedures, and both a written and practical test. Good for one year. Register at least 24 hours in advance. Fridays, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Tuesdays, 7-9 p.m. Cost: $2/$4/$6 Certification Challenge

Experienced climbers may take the written and practical tests without the clinic. Good for one year. By appointment only. Cost: $2/$2/$6 Certification Renewal

Demonstrate practical skills to the on-duty climbing wall supervisor. Sign the Climbing Wall Agreement. Good for one year. No cost. Kids Climb

Children ages 8-18 may use the Climbing Wall when supervised and belayed by a certified parent, guardian or climbing wall staff.

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Lead Climbing

Experienced climbers may lead climb routes during normal hours. You must follow the designated lead route. Ask about a Lead Climbing Certification Clinic to certify or challenge out. You must be belay certified for at least six months or prove significant experience. Bouldering Cave

The cave has both vertical and horizontal overhanging terrain. Any skill level may use it in a “no ropes� bouldering format. It is located across from racquetball court #4 adjacent to the Climbing Wall. Check in with the Climbing Wall attendant.

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Challenge Program Coordinator: Carson Tortorige ctort@gsu.edu Inquiries: 404-413-1772 | recreation.gsu.edu/cp About the Program This program offers groups, teams and individuals innovative ways to improve their abilities to work with others. Focus is on creative problem solving and effective communication. The experience will increase trust and enhance group cohesion. Programs are tailored to meet the needs of the group. Location Sites vary depending the group’s preference. Groups may choose facilities and grounds from our our ropes course at Indian Creek Recreation Area, the downtown campus or off-campus locations. Reservations Complete online reservation. Reserve date and make payment at least one month in advance. Confirm all details two weeks in advance. A minimum of a 10 person charge is required but larger or smaller groups are easily accommodated. Sessions may range from two hours to half-day or a full day. Full day cost Up to $30 per GSU student. Up to $40 per GSU faculty/staff. Includes lunch. Other packages available at a lesser cost. Non-GSU groups must contact ChallengeProgram@gsu.edu for fee structure.

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Off Campus Facilities Indian Creek Recreation area Location: 900 South Indian Creek Drive Stone Mountain, Ga 30083

Pool

Contact: Adam Penn 404-413-4272 | aquatics@gsu.edu Enjoy our pools, picnic areas, sand volleyball courts and snack bar open from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Private swim lessons available. Eligible users Current GSU students, faculty/staff and Recreation members.

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Lodge and Event Lawn Coordinator: Ellen Whitney 404-413-1794 | ewhitney2@gsu.edu The new 4,700 square foot lodge is the perfect place for off campus events. Individual rooms or the entire lodge may be reserved by chartered student organizations, faculty/staff departments for University approved meetings and for personal/social events by Recreation members. The lodge has a large meeting room, two breakout rooms, an open lobby reception area with fireplace, decks with seating and a catering kitchen. If you would like to host your event outside, we also have available for reservation a half acre event lawn. Eligible users Student organizations, faculty/staff departments and Recreation members.

Panthersville Intramural Fields Location: 2401 Wildcat Road, Decatur, Ga 30034 Contact: Andy Hudgins 404-413-1765 | intramurals@gsu.edu This facility includes two large lighted fields, sundeck, restrooms and parking. This area is used for intramural and sport club events but may also be reserved by student groups.

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Special Events Date

Time

Location

August

TRY ME Week Not sure which clinic to take? Come try as many as you would like for FREE during TRY ME Week. All instructional clinics will be available to sample before required registration. August 25-29

Intramural Sports Showcase & Dodgeball Tournament What is Intramurals all about? How do I get on a team? What if I’m not good enough? All these questions and more will be answered. Also, if you think you got what it takes to dethrone the reigning dodgeball champions, you’ll get your chance! A Panther Welcome Week event. Tuesday, August 26 7-10 p.m. SRC Omni Gym

ENJOY these special events offered throughout the semester. Eligibility and fees vary per event. Check out our special events calendar on our website for specifics.

Evening at the Rec Games, music, food and fun all ending with a pool party. A Panther Welcome Week event. Thursday, August 28

4-8 p.m.

SRC

Splash Bash/Screen On The Green Co-Sponsored by Spotlight and SAA Pool party, DJ, inflatables, food and movie! A Panther Welcome Week event. Sunday, August 31

4-10 p.m.

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September

BEASTMODE BEASTMODE is here! Be one of the first 50 to sweat it out in 4 different FREE fitness classes between September 2-8 and receive a free t shirt. See your instructors for details! September 2-8

Sport Club Recruitment Fair Want more information on a sport club? Come to the recruitment fair on either date to talk with representatives from each club. Tuesday, September 2 noon-2 p.m. SRC Lobby Wednesday, September 3 4-6 p.m. SRC Lobby

Kaiser Permanente Corporate Run/Walk 5k Join team GSU and 15,000 other runners on this 5k that runs throughout GSU’s campus. Register at www.kpcorporaterunwalk.com. Cost is $23 with discount code gsukp14. Thursday, September 11 5:30 p.m. Warm up in SRC lobby 6:30 p.m. Start at Turner Field

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Date

Time

Location

September

Sunset Yoga Come relax and unwind from your day under the night sky with a FREE evening yoga class. No registration or equipment required. Thursday, September 18 7-8 p.m. SRC Pool Patio

High 5 co-sponsored by Employee Development and Wellness Services Are you Faculty or Staff and not sure about a membership commitment? Come find out all the things you can do in the SRC for just the cost of a $5 day pass. Fee waived for Faculty/Staff on September 24. Wednesday, September 24 11:30 a.m. -1:30 p.m. SRC

October

Navigating the Grocery Store: No GPS Required Whole wheat or enriched flour? Frozen or fresh? Learn strategies on how to choose what is best for you We will visit a local store and get a hands on experience. Wednesday, October 1 2-4 p.m. $3 pre-registration at SRC Service Counter

Self Defense Class co-sponsored by Health Promotions & the GSU Police Department Thursday, October 16

1-4 p.m.

Martial Arts Studio

Oakland cemetery Walk Join us as we learn about the history of Atlanta in our backyard cemetery. Tuesday, October 28 5:30-7:30 p.m.

$5 Recreation members $10 others

November

Dance Show Extravaganza Come out and support our dance clinics as our participants showcase what they have learned! For one night only, DSE will put all of our dancers together on one stage for an event you won’t want to miss. Wednesday, November 12 6 p.m. SRC Lobby

FĂştbol Festival Co-Sponsored by International Initiatives The FIFA matches might be over, but GSU is still playing! Join us for soccer games and experience the international sport/dance scene at GSU. After playing, check out the global marketplace festival showcasing tasty international food, coffee/tea, art, and more! Wednesday, November 19 4-7 p.m. Main Courts

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Check out the ropes at Indian Creek!

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