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“Success is a journey, not a destination.” -Ben Sweetland


AUGUST 2009

Try SCUBA

SCUBA Diving: it’s like nothing on earth! Buckeye Diving School will conduct a Try SCUBA class on Sunday August 30 from 12–2 PM through Campus Recreation Services, in Busbey Natatorium. This is a great opportunity to discover the thrill of SCUBA diving.

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Last Week of Summer Camp

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Start Date for Fall 2009 Group Fitness Classes Demo Weeks for all Group Fitness Classes New Week Day Hours 5:45-11 PM

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Brown Bag Lunch

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Rockin’ The Rec

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Sign-up Deadline for 3 on 3 Basketball Sign-up Deadline for Try SCUBA New Friday Hours 5:45-9 PM

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What could be better than live music, free food, and great games? Come to the Rec Center August 31 from 8-11 PM to enjoy ALL of that and more! Best of all, this rockin’ event unveils a NEW and exciting addition to the Rec Center. For more information, turn to page 18!

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“Life is like riding a bike. It is impossible to maintain your balance while standing still.� Linda Brakeall


SEPTEMBER 2009

14 Monday

1 Tuesday

Wellness Wednesday Flag Football Officials Training 6-8 PM

3 Thursday

15 Tuesday

Flag Football Officials Training 6-8 PM

4 Friday

Demo Day for Belly Dance TOUCHDO WN Sign-up Deadline for Flag Football

7 Monday

WINNER

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Start Date for Belly Dance 12 PM Sign-up Deadline for Lifeguard Training

12 Saturday

Start Date for Learn-To-Swim Session 1 Start Date for Water Safety Instructor Sports Injury Prevention and First Aid with Session 1 CPR/AED Adult 10 -3 PM Fit Mission Power Hour Sign-up Deadline for Lifeguard Training Sign-up Deadline for Learn-To-Swim Session 2 Start Date for R.A.D.

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Sign-up Deadline for Boxing Circuit Start Date for Learn-To-Swim Session 2 Sign-up Deadline for Sports Injury Prevention and First Aid with CPR/AED Adult Session 2 Start Date for SCUBA 6-9 PM Biggest Loser Nutrition Group Meeting

Labor Day- Rec Center CLOSED Start Date for Flag Football

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Sign-up Deadline for SCUBA Start Date for Lifeguard Training Start Date for Biggest Loser Start Date for Tennis Start Date for Biggest Loser Weigh-ins

2 Wednesday

10 Thursday

Use our Fall Demo Weeks to jump-start the new semester and choose your perfect Group Fitness class! You can take your workout up a notch with Spinning® or fight your way into being fit with boxing. You can also have a blast swing dancing those pounds away or you can tone that tummy with Pilates. For more Group Fitness class options, skip to page 14.

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Demo Day for Boxing Circuit

9 Wednesday

Fall 2009 Demo Weeks

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Sign-up Deadline for Swing Dance NGIN' Soccer Officials Training 6-8 PM

Fit Mission Power Hour

22 Tuesday

Learn new methods to improve your fitness and health routine by attending a FREE one hour seminar with Cleveland’s own elite fitness celebrity. Can you guess who? She was on American Gladiators, the cover of Oxygen, and was a former IFBB Professional Figure athlete. To find out whom and learn more about her Fit Mission Power Hour, turn to page 18.

Soccer Officials Training 6-8 PM Brown Bag Lunch

23 Wednesday

Start Date for SCUBA Class Softball Officials Training 6-9 PM

24 Thursday

Sign-up Deadline for CPR-PR Session 1

25 Friday

For More Information Visit: www.csurec.com

Sign-up Deadline for Soccer Start Date for Softball Classic

26 Saturday

Session 1 CPR-PR 10-2 PM Fit Mission Camp

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“No matter how good you get you can always get better and that’s the exciting part.” -Tiger Woods


OCTOBER 2009 1 Thursday

Sign-up Deadline for CPR/AED/FA Session 2

3 Saturday

To get the most out of your workouts, join us every first Wednesday of the month to learn the best fitness techniques and find out fresh new ways to improve your health. Listen and relax with your lunch in these enlightening discussions. For more information about Wellness Wednesdays, turn to page 15.

17 Saturday

Session 2 Sports Injury Prevention and First Aid with CPR/AED 10-4 PM

19 Monday

Session 2 CPR/AED/FA 10-4 PM

Volleyball Officials Training 6-8 PM

7 Wednesday

Wellness Wednesday Sign-up Deadline and Start Date for Wii Bowling

8 Thursday

Sign-up Deadline for CPR for the Professional Rescuer Session 2

9 Friday

20 Tuesday

Volleyball Officials Training 6-8 PM

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Columbus Day-Modified Hours 5:45-9 PM

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Start Date for Racquetball Brown Bag Lunch

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Pool closed at 11 AM for a Swim Meet

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NEW Wellness Wednesdays

WHEELS

Rec-or-Treat

Let the Rec Center treat you, your friends and your family the day before Halloween! Come for a chilling night of fun and games in our MAC gym. Enjoy free admission and refreshments from 5:30-8 PM on October 30. For more information about our Rec-or-Treat, go to page 18!

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Last Day of Learn-To-Swim Session 3 Sign-up Deadline for Sports Injury and First Aid with CPR/AED Session 2

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“If you want something, don’t wish for it, work for it. Life is too short to wait.” -Stephen Hines


NOVEMBER 2009 1 Sunday

Last Day of Learn-To-Swim Session 1 Pool closed for a Swim Meet

2 Monday

16 Monday

Cleveland State Athletics: Your ticket to the best sports value in town!

Session 4 CPR/AED/FA 5-8 PM Last Day of Swing Dance

216.687.4848 | www.CSUVikings.com

17 Tuesday

Last Day of Lifeguard Training

Start Date for Table Tennis

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Wellness Wednesday Last Day of SCUBA

Pool Closed for a Swim Meet at 3 PM

5 Thursday

Employment Session 4-5 PM Sign-up Deadline for CPR/AED/FA Session 3

6 Friday

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Session 4 CPR/AED/FA 5-8 PM

Pool Closed for a Swim Meet

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Pool Closed for a Swim Meet

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7 Saturday

Last Day of Scuba Class Last Day of Water Safety Instructor Session 3 CPR/AED/FA 10-4 PM

10 Tuesday

24 Tuesday PACK Brown Bag Lunch

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Thanksgiving Day- Rec Center CLOSED

27 Friday

Rec Center CLOSED

Registered Dietician

Do you need help with healthy eating and improving your diet? For nutritional advice, stop in or call Customer Service to schedule an appointment with our registered dietician, Monica Habib. With plenty of experience in the wellness field, Monica will get you back on track to living a healthier lifestyle.

Last Day of Boxing Circuit Start Date for Wiffleball Brown Bag Lunch Pool closed from 3:30-8 PM for a Swim Meet

11 Wednesday

Veterans’ Day Modified Hours 5:45-9 PM

13 Friday

Last Day of Belly Dance Sign-up Deadline for CPR/AED/FA Session 4 Sign-up Deadline for Table Tennis

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“No matter who you are, no matter what you do, you absolutely, positively do have the power to change.� -Bill Phillips


DECEMBER 2009 CALL YO U

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2 Wednesday

Choosing a gift for a friend or family member can be difficult. Let the Rec Center make it easier for you! Choose from our personalized gift baskets to buy that special someone the perfect present, whether it’s an ALL class pass or a Rec Center membership. In addition, the Rec Center will treat YOU to a FREE month onto your existing membership. Interested? Turn to page 18 for more details!

25 Friday

Christmas Day- Rec Center CLOSED

31 Thursday

Wellness Wednesday

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Last Brown Bag Lunch

12 Saturday

Start Date for Winter Break Hours

19 Saturday

Pool Closed for a Swim Meet

24 Thursday

Christmas Eve- Rec Center CLOSED

Family Weekends

Don’t have enough time to spend with your family on the weekdays? Take advantage of the weekends to bring you and your loved ones to the Rec Center! All day every Saturday and Sunday, you can bring your spouse and up to three children for FREE. For more information about our FREE family weekends, turn to page 12.

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GETIN Memberships

The Recreation Center at Cleveland State University offers memberships to our students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members. Sponsored memberships are also available for friends of members or corporations. A variety of membership types, times, lengths, and payments are available. Annual memberships receive an amazing welcome package of complimentary programs and services, including personal training and fitness assessments with a value of $100.

Family Weekends

Need a place to spend time with your family over the weekend? Come to the Rec Center! Members can enjoy FREE family weekends! That means you can bring your spouse and up to three children, ages 6 months through 17 years old for FREE all day every Saturday and Sunday. You and your loved ones can shoot some hoops, play squash or racquetball, kick the soccer ball around, or cool off with some laps in the pool. Youth ages 13-17 can participate in resistance and cardiovascular training after a Teen Orientation, and don’t forget about the Instruction Pool, open 12–4 PM during Family Weekends. For questions and concerns, contact Customer Service for more information at 216.802.3200.

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Referral Program

Bring a friend! Earn one month FREE for every member you refer. Ask our Customer Service Desk for more information on our Referral Program and how you can earn a FREE annual membership!

Guest Passes

Guest passes are available for one time visits to the Recreation Center. Members may sponsor up to three guests per visit. Guest passes are $9 per visit.

Locker Rental/ Towel Services

All locker rentals come with towel service. Patrons who do not purchase a locker may check a towel out for $2 at our equipment issue desk.

* All Payroll Deduction or Electronic Fund Transfers memberships (PD/EFT) are on an annual basis and can only be cancelled by the request of the member one year after the original membership start date. **You must be 13 years or older to purchase a membership. Parent/Guardian must be an active member. 1 Locker Rental includes towels

For More Information about Memberships Please Contact: Shannon Jones at s.m.jones56@csuohio.edu or visit www.csurec.com

Membership Options Full-Time Student Students registered for 8 hours are typically assessed the Student Service Fee which supports Rec Center programs. These students are automatically Rec Center members and may enter the Rec Center facility with their Viking Card. Part-Time Student Students taking 1-7 credit hours during the current semester. Off-Semester Student Students previously enrolled in the past semester, but not for the current semester. These students are eligible for the off-semester rate for one semester. Continuing education, non-degree and guest students are not eligible for the off-semester rate. Off-semester students are eligible to purchase a Recreation Center Parking Pass. Student Memberships Semester

1 Month

Part-Time

$42

$25

Off-Semester

$84

$25

Spouse/Partner/Dependent**

$84

$25

Locker Rental1

$35

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Faculty/Staff Memberships

Full-Time Part-Time/ Business Partner Non-Prime Locker Rental1

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Annually

4 Month

1 Month

$26.25

$315

$150

$50

$30

$360

$180

$60

$18

$216

N/A

N/A

$8.75

$105

$35

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Alumni Alumni are defined as individuals who have graduated from Cleveland State University. Community Patrons who are not affiliated with Cleveland State University. Community members may also sponsor additional members at a discounted rate. Sponsored Active Recreation Center members may sponsor up to three additional members at a reduced rate. No affiliation with Cleveland State University is needed for the sponsored individuals. Sponsored members may NOT sponsor additional members.

Part-time Faculty/Staff/Business Partner Part-time employees with at least a 50% appointment with Cleveland State University are eligible for this membership during the semester the appointment is active. Part-time faculty/staff are NOT eligible for payroll deduction. A business partner is an employee of a company affiliated with Cleveland State University through a management agreement to provide campus services. Any University retirees who is not classified as Emeritus or Associate of the University is also eligible for this membership.

Non-Prime This membership is perfect for the early bird or the weekend warrior.

Full-Time Faculty/Staff Employees with a 100% recurring appointment as full-time Cleveland State University employees as well as those with Emeritus or Associate retiree status.

Non Affiliates (Plus $50 Initiation)

Spouse/Partner/Dependant Spouse, partner or dependant of faculty/staff may purchase a membership at a matching rate (student spouse/partner/dependant at off semester rate). Partners are defined as individuals who are of the same gender, who share a regular and permanent residence, have a committed personal relationship, can demonstrate financial interdependence, and who are not legally married or in another domestic partnership. Same sex domestic partners of faculty, administrators and staff must complete an “Affidavit of Domestic Partnership” from the University. 12

NP: Fall/Spring building access Monday-Friday: 5:45–9 AM Monday-Thursday: 8–11 PM Friday: 6–9 PM

NP:Break/Holiday building access Monday-Friday: 5:45–9 AM Monday-Friday: 6–9 PM

Saturday & Sunday: 9–6 PM (no restrictions)

PD/EFT*

Annually

4 Month

1 Month

Alumni

$35

$420

$210

$70

Sponsored

$35

$420

$210

$70

Community

$40

$480

$240

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$27

$324

N/A

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$8.75

$105

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Sport Clubs

Intramural Sports

Sport clubs consist of recognized student organizations that are established to promote and develop common sports/recreational related interests. Our Sport Clubs are open to all Students of Cleveland State University. We are always looking to form new clubs.

The Intramural Sports Program provides a variety of leagues and tournaments throughout the year to all students, faculty, staff and recreation center members. These contests emphasize mental, social, and physical well-being. Intramural sports builds a community atmosphere for the university through friendly competition. Good sportsmanship is valued above all else. Note: The sign-up deadline for each sport is the closing time of the Recreation Center on the date stated. All captain’s and organizational meetings are mandatory for competition.

Fall Intramural Sports

NEW All Sports Championship 2009-2010

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3 on 3 Basketball

8/28

8/31

Flag Football

9/4

9/7

Tennis

9/10

9/14

Softball Classic

9/18

9/25

Soccer

9/25

9/29

Wii Bowling

10/7

10/7

Racquetball

10/9

10/13

Volleyball

10/23

10/26

Squash

10/30

11/3

Wiffleball

11/6

11/10

Table Tennis

11/13

11/17

Any person who does not have a team to participate on can sign up as a free agent. The Assistant Director for IM’s, Sport Clubs & Summer Camps will compile the pool of free agents and any teams that are seeking extra members will be able to pick up a free agent from the pool before the start of the league. The remaining free agents will then be placed on free agent teams by the Assistant Director for IM’s, Sport Clubs & Summer Camps.

Billiards

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Soccer

Monday 6–8 PM Start date September 21

Fee Structure Team Event Entry Individual Event Entry Forfeit

Softball

Wednesday 6–9 PM Start date September 23

Volleyball

Monday 6–8 PM Start date October 19

Note: Please check the website for event details.

Check for updates and Intramural information on the new hotline 216.802.3311 M: $35 M: $5 M: $10

NM: $35* NM: $5* NM: $10*

*Any non-member with a valid CSU ID must pay the daily guest fee (each time) to participate in Intramural Sports Events that are conducted in the Campus Recreation Center.

Competitive Clubs These clubs compete in numerous competitions and events. Generally, they have a certain level of coaching and are associated with a league or organization that has a national championship affiliation. • Viking Crew • Vikings Cricket Club • Club Basketball • Futbol, CSU • Track & Field • Ice Hockey

Free Agents

Wednesday 6–8 PM Start date September 2

Campus Recreation Services will be offering leagues that will be open to the community. Leagues will be open to anyone 18 years and older. We will be offering many sports including basketball, volleyball and lacrosse. Please check the website for updates on community leagues.

Recreation Clubs These clubs are generally not affiliated with a collegiate league or conference. They may hold regular practice sessions or meet several times a month. • Kendo • Ultimate Frisbee • Universal Martial Arts

The All Sports Championship is a way to determine which team will have bragging rights for the 20092010 school year. All team members can earn valuable points towards the championship trophy. Check out the website for all rules and details.

Flag Football

NEW Community Leagues

New Clubs Any CSU student interested in starting a new Sport Club, please contact Student Life for more details at 216.687.2048 Policies All clubs must pick up packets at Student Life to reactivate sports clubs for 2009-2010. All forms must be turned into Campus Recreation Services by September 9, 2009 to be eligible for active status during fall semester.

GETGAME

The Avenue District is Downtown Cleveland’s newest neighborhood! Located at the intersection of E.12th Street and St. Clair Avenue, the Avenue District includes luxury lofts, penthouses, and condominiums. Just minutes from Cleveland State University, Playhouse Square, Northcoast Harbor and E. 4th Street, downtown living reaches new heights at The Avenue District. For more information or to schedule a tour, contact Lisa Saffle at 216.589.8524

For More Information about Please Contact Scott Emigh at s.emigh@csuohio.edu or visit www.csurec.com

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GETFIT Group Fitness Program

Our Group Fitness team is dedicated to helping you find an exercise program that meets your needs. We promote healthy lifestyles by offering many different ways to stay active and be fit! Our wide variety of classes give you access to some of the hottest trends in the fitness industry, including Spinning®, Yoga, Zumba, Boot Camp, Swing Dance, and Core Conditioning. We also offer an exclusive Boxing Circuit class, customized programs, and much more! Check out our web site for more information about all of our fitness and wellness programs! Group Fitness Schedule Look at the Customer Service Desk or go online for the Fall 2009 Group Fitness Schedule. www.csurec.com

Group X Classes (FREE)

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Bored of running on the treadmill? Come and try one of our Group Fitness classes! You will get a great workout and meet new people who are on the same journey to a healthy, active lifestyle. Check out our comprehensive list of fun, exciting classes and find the one (or two, or three) that is right for you.

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20/20/20 (B/I/A)

Upper Only (B/I/A)

Cardio Sculpt (B/I)

TBT (Total Body Toning) (B/I/A)

Awesome Abs (B/I/A)

Try Yoga (B)

Simply Step (B/I)

Try Spin (B)

Rock Bottom (B/I/A)

Aqua Aerobics Shallow (B/I)

TurboKick (B/I/A)

Aqua Aerobics Deep (I/A)

Note: Check online for descriptions of each Group X class. Aqua Classes will take place in the Busbey Natatorium

Class Levels: B - Beginner A - Advanced

I - Intermediate B/I/A - All Levels

For More Information Please Contact Caroline Cox at c.l.cox62@csuohio.edu or visit www.csurec.com

Instructional Classes

Premium Classes

(Pass Required) Premium Classes are a step up from our Group X Classes. Taught by our highly accredited staff, these classes are longer and more intense.

Mind/Body

Spinning®

Beginner Yoga (B) Learn the fundamentals of Hatha Yoga. Introduces beginner’s level yoga poses and breathing techniques to increase mind and body awareness.

Spinning® (B/I/A) One of the most popular Group Fitness classes in the industry, Spinning® brings you a low-impact indoor cycling class that burns a high amount of calories. Gear up for the ride of your life with our unique and challenging Spinning® Classes.

Studio 227/Multipurpose Room A

Studio 112

Intermediate Yoga (I/A) This class will help the participant progress in their current yoga practice. Some experience recommended.

Scenic Spinning® (B/I/A) Take a spin down the coast of California or ride along the outskirts of Yellowstone National Park with our virtual rides! This visually stimulating class will keep you on the edge of your seat as you tackle the Grand Canyon and beyond.

Advanced Yoga (A) Continue your study into Yoga with this advanced class. It is recommended that you have a knowledgeable base of Hatha Yoga before attempting this class.

The Long Ride (I/A) Can’t get enough of Spinning? Try our Long Ride a jammed-packed 90-minute ride that pushes your endurance limits to the max.

Power Yoga (I/A) This class centers on a sequence of conditioning poses which flow into one another, with an emphasis on breathing. Focuses on building strength, increasing flexibility, and finding balance. Some experience recommended.

Premium Class Passes

Pilates (B/I/A) Develop a stronger core with this challenging class. With modifications to all poses, this is the perfect class for all levels who are looking to increase flexibility, improve muscle symmetry, and create a tight, toned body.

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NEW Zumba(B/I/A) One of the hottest classes to take right now! Join the party with this fun class that uses simple Latininspired dance steps to work your core and tone your body...all while having a blast!

M: $60

All Premium Class Pass Don’t want to choose? Grab an All Premium Class Pass that gives you access to all your favorite Premium Classes!

NEW Hip Hop Dance (B/I/A) Shake your groove thing and bust a move with our Hip Hop Dance class. Learn challenging choreography and funky dance moves sure to impress your friends at the club. 14

(Pass Required) Instructional classes are the perfect way to learn a new skill or technique from a qualified, experienced instructor. Get personal attention in these progressive classes and experience an excellent workout session with our unique line-up for the fall semester. M: $35 NM: $55 That’s less than $4 per session! Don’t forget, you can check out all of our Instructional Classes for FREE during our Fall 2009 Demo Weeks! Check the website for more dates and details.

Note: To ensure the safety of our participants, you must pre-register for each instructional session. All registration for instructional sessions will be closed after the second class has met. See our website for more details. Check out our Fall line up and don’t delay…sign up today!

Belly Dance (10 weeks) Demo Friday, September 4. Class begins Friday, September 11 at 12 PM. Registration closes Friday, September 18. Boxing Circuit (10 weeks) Demo Tuesday, September 1. Class begins Tuesday, September 8 at 6 PM. Registration closes Tuesday, September 15. Swing Dance (10 weeks) Demo Monday, August 31. Class begins Monday, September 14. Registration closes Monday, September 21. R.A.D. (Women Only) The Rape Aggression Defense (R.A.D.) is a program of realistic self-defense tactics and techniques for women. The R.A.D. System is a comprehensive, women-only course that begins with awareness, prevention, risk reduction and risk avoidance, while progressing to the basics of hands-on defense training. R.A.D. is not a Martial Arts program. This course will be taught by nationally certified R.A.D. Instructors and provide each student with a workbook/reference manual. The class is FREE and will meet for five, 4-hour sessions in September. First session starts September 13.

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Fitness and Wellness

The Wellness team is committed to educating our members on the importance of a healthy and active lifestyle. With educational workshops, special programs and helpful services, we can equip you with the many tools needed to build a balanced wellness plan. We provide many opportunities to help you meet all of your different fitness and wellness goals through individual and/or group training sessions. We offer personal training, nutrition services, fitness assessments, wellness programming, and much more!

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Looking for a quick workout? We now have a Circuit Training area with 24 pieces of equipment that takes just 22 minutes to complete! Research has shown circuit training to be one of the MOST effective tools for weight loss and heart health. Grab a quick workout during the lunch hour or just after work. The Circuit Training area is located on Level 2 next to the Game Area.

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Biggest Loser Couples– New Season! New You! Have you been inspired by the popular TV show “The Biggest Loser?” Join our Biggest Loser program and discover how to live a healthy lifestyle through learning about fitness and nutrition. New this semester, we will hold a Biggest Loser Couples edition, where you can partner up with your friend, co-worker, or significant other for our latest installment of Biggest Loser. With your accountability partner, you can set weight loss goals that will give you a new, healthy outlook on life! The program will include group nutrition classes, fitness programs, and more! Sign-up Deadline: Program Dates: Weigh-ins: Nutrition Group Meeting: Group Fitness Classes: Fees:

Wednesday, September 9 September 14–October 23 September 14–17 and October 26–29 Wednesday, September 16; Time TBA Check the fitness schedule M: $25 (per couple) NM: $40 (per couple)

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Personal Training

Fitness Assessment This 60-minute appointment tests your muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, cardiovascular fitness, and body composition. It can provide you with a baseline fitness level as well as help you plan out your perfect training regimen.

Personal Trainer Level 1 Certified trainer with knowledge and experience in designing programs for a variety of goals, ranging from weight loss to sport specific training.

Fitness Consultation Bored of your usual routine? This 60-minute appointment is for the person who has a regular fitness routine and understands exercise, but craves a new program. Fitness Assessment NOT required. Body Composition This 30-minute appointment gives you feedback on your genetic makeup with a 7-site caliper test that measures both lean and fat tissue. A brief consultation about your results can help you set up your fitness goals and wellness plans. Dietary Consultation Schedule your own 45-minute session with our in-house, registered dietician! You will review your diet and develop an eating plan based on your goals. This is a perfect complement to our personal training program!

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Fitness Orientation Learn how to use equipment with one of our FREE orientations: • Free Weight • New User • Stability Ball Ask us how we can show you some of our amazing equipment today!

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NEW Fit Mission Camp

To receive further in-depth training and tools from Siren, come back to the Rec September 26 from 9-5:30 PM. See our special events page for more details. Page 18

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Personal Trainer Level 2 Certified trainer with advanced level of experience, education, and training. They have the expertise to assist clients in addressing chronic diseases, injury rehabilitation, pre- and post-natal training, advanced sport conditioning, and training for older adults. Personal Training Rates Level 1

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M: $30 NM: $45

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M: $25 NM: $41

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M: $22 MN: $38

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NEW Wellness Wednesdays

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Want to spice up your fitness and health routine? Join us the first Wednesday of each month to learn new and exciting ways to integrate healthy habits into your everyday life. You can find out how to liven up your workouts, learn about popular health trends, and explore other wellness opportunities that will boost your energy. With guest speakers and in-depth health and wellness discussions, these informative sessions change every time, so bring your friends (and your lunch!) to Studio 112. For more information, check out our website!

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Need tips to lead a healthier lifestyle? Pack your lunch and head on over to the Rec Center for Brown Bag Lunches every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month! With a more hands-on approach than Wellness Wednesdays, you can meet new people and participate in activities focusing on health and fitness. Best of all, by coming to the Rec, you can save money from eating out by dining on your own portion-controlled meals. So, find out fresh new ways to get fit and eat healthy by heading over to our informal and fun lunches! Check our website for more details.

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For More Information Please Contact Caroline Cox at c.l.cox62@csuohio.edu or visit www.csurec.com

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GETWET Aquatic and Safety Classes

Three Lanes in the Busbey Natatorium are available daily for lap swim. Hours are from opening of the Recreation Center to 1 hour before closing. Occasional weekends are closed due to swim meets. Swimming Lessons, Scuba Classes, American Red Cross Certifications for Lifeguard Training and Water Safety Instructor are offered this Fall.

Private Swim Lessons

Swim lessons can be done as a one-on-one private session or in a small group of up to 3 people in a semi-private session. All lessons are 30 minutes long. The cost covers up to three participants. Lessons are scheduled based on pool and instructor availability; some lessons may occur in large pool. Private M: $25 NM: $30 Semi-Private M: $30 NM: $35

Group Learn to Swim

Swim lessons are taught according to the American Red Cross standards. Instructors are experienced and certified Water Safety instructors. Ratio of student to instructor is kept low for optimum learning. M:$40 NM $50 Parent & Tot (walking – 3 years) A program designed for children 1 year of age to 3 years of age. The objective is to get a good, safe, fun start in the water with a trusted adult. Only one child per adult. Adults do not need to know how to swim, but should be prepared to go underwater. Parent and Preschool (ages 3 – 5 years) A program designed for children 3 - 5 1/2 years of age. The objective is to help the child explore the water, gain confidence and learn basic skills in the water with a trusted adult. Only one child per adult. Adults do not need to know how to swim, but should be prepared to go underwater. Preschool 1, 2 & 3 (ages 3 – 5 years) A program designed for the motor abilities of the 3 1/2 - 5 1/2 year old child. The child must have attended at least one Parent and Preschool or Parent and Tot program. Comfort with an instructor without a parent in the room is essential. Skills taught are consistent with Level 1 and Level 2. Level 1 Introduction to Water Skills (age 6 and over) Balance, comfort, and independence in the water are the primary focus. Rhythmic breathing is introduced. Safe entries and exits as well as arm and leg movements through the water are performed. Lessons are held in the shallow water.

For More Information Please Contact Cindi Bartko at c.faus@csuohio.edu or visit www.csurec.com

Level 2 Fundamental Aquatic Skills (age 6 and over) Balance and movement through the water are the primary focus. Changing position from front to back float, beginner stroke with rhythmic breathing, sculling and flutter kick on back are performed. Lessons are held in shallow water. Level 3 Stroke Development (age 6 and over) Development of Front Crawl and Elementary Backstroke is primary focus. Deep water skills including diving, underwater swimming, treading water and survival float are performed. Independence and comfort in deep water is essential for this level as some classes are held in deep water. Level 4 Stroke Improvement (age 6 and over) Front and Back Crawl are refined through drills. Sidestroke and Breaststroke kick are developed. The Butterfly is introduced, and head first entries from the deck, the diving board, and starting blocks are learned. Ability to swim Front Crawl 25 yards is a prerequisite for this level as lessons are held in lap lanes. Competitive Skills Training (age 8 - 18) Must be proficient in Level 4 Swim Skills. Stroke technique and stroke efficiency will be the focus of this program. Participants must be able to swim 25 yards of Freestyle (a.k.a. Front Crawl) and Backstroke (a.k.a. Back Crawl). Skills worked on will include Freestyle, Backstroke, Breaststroke, Butterfly, competitive starts and turns. Stroke drills, sets with a pace clock and a basic introduction to springboard diving will also be presented. Adult Beginner This class is designed for adults who do not have experience in the water. The goal is to overcome any fear of water and to teach the basic swimming techniques. Participants will work on water adjustment, balance, flutter kick, rhythmic breathing and arm movements. Adult Intermediate This class is designed for adults who have a basic understanding of swimming and are comfortable in the water. The goal is stroke efficiency. Participants will work on Front Crawl, Back Crawl, and Breaststroke. Additional strokes will be introduced as students are ready. Adult Advanced This class is designed for adults who can perform the Front Crawl, Back Crawl, Breaststroke, and Sidestroke. The goal is to develop proficient and quality strokes. The Butterfly, speed turns and flip turns will be taught. Fitness training will be incorporated throughout the class. 16

Saturday AM September 12–November 14 Last Day to Register September 10

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10:15-10:45 AM

Parent and Preschool

10:15–11 AM

Level 1 Level 2

11–11:30 AM

Parent and Tot Preschool

11–11:45 AM

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Tuesday/ Thursday PM September 15–October 15 Last Day to Register September 13

Session 2 5:30–6 PM

Parent and Preschool Parent and Tot Preschool

6–6:45 PM

Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4

6:45–7:30 PM

Competitive Skills Adult Beginner Adult Intermediate Adult Advanced

Note: All students are tested on the first day of Swim Lessons. If a student is not able to perform the skill from the previous level on the first day of class, they will be moved to a more appropriate level which may be held at a different time.


American Red Cross Safety Classes

NEW SSI SCUBA

Water Safety Instructor

CPR/AED- Adult, Child & Infant with First Aid This class will prepare individuals to recognize and respond to emergency situations. Participants will learn basic care for injuries and sudden illness as well as how to respond appropriately to breathing and cardiac emergencies for people of all ages. M: $45 NM: $55

Try SCUBA SCUBA Diving: it’s like nothing on earth! Buckeye Diving School will conduct a try SCUBA class on Sunday August 30 from 12–2 PM at the Busbey Natatorium in the Rec Center. This is a great opportunity to discover the thrill of SCUBA diving.

Lifeguard Training

CPR for the Professional Rescuer Certification for job-related emergency response for professional rescuers including two-person CPR and resuscitation mask and bag-valve mask use. This class satisfies requirements for nursing students. M: $45 NM: $55

This one-session class gives anyone age 10 and above the opportunity to try SCUBA diving and actually see what it is like to breathe under water. This 1.5-hour program provides all the equipment and expert training necessary to take you safely beneath the surface (and back again!). Expert trainers make this easy and fun so the whole family can join in. If you choose to sign up for the SCUBA certification class beginning September 16, 2009 at the CSU Recreation Center, you will be reimbursed 50% of the Try SCUBA fee. Certain restrictions do apply: • Must be at least 10 years of age. • An adult must accompany children under 16. • Pre-registration is required (sorry no drop-ins) • Medical release form must be completed before pool work. M:$49 NM:$54

NEW Sport Injury Prevention and First Aid with CPR/AED Adult Includes instruction on sports-related injury prevention, first aid and adult CPR with AED. Developed in partnership with the United States Olympic Committee, the course is recommended for coaches, sports officials and parents of athletes. M: $45 NM: $55 Lifeguard Training A comprehensive Lifeguard Training Program in Water Rescues, CPR for the Professional Rescuer and First Aid Skills. The course will include classroom and water activities to prepare participants to recognize and respond quickly and effectively to emergencies and prevent drowning and injuries. Taught by Certified Instructors following the ARC curriculum. M: $170 NM: $190 Water Safety Instructor Training for Instructor candidates to organize and conduct American Red Cross courses in water safety including Learn to Swim, Parent & Child Aquatics, Basic Water Rescue, and Water Safety Presentations. Participants must be 16 years of age on or before the final scheduled class. The participants must be able to perform the Front Crawl, Back Crawl, Elementary Backstroke, Breaststroke, Sidestroke and Butterfly at Level 4 standards. They must also be able to float on their back for 1 minute and tread water for 1 minute. M: $175 NM: $195

SCUBA Begin your underwater adventure here at Cleveland State University! Buckeye Diving School will be conducting a SCUBA diving program to give you the tools and training to enjoy the underwater world at its fullest potential. The initial program consists of classroom instruction and in-water instruction at the CSU Busbey Natatorium. The second part of your SSI (SCUBA Schools International) Open Water Diving certification will involve 4 open water dives. Orientation is September 16th at CSU 6 PM. M: $205* NM: $245* *Books, open water certification dives and snorkeling equipment not included.

Saturday 1–4 PM September 12–November 7 Last Day To Register September 10 Monday 5–9 PM September 14–November 2 Last Day to Register September 12

Sport Injury Prevention and First Aid Saturday 9:30 AM–4:30 PM September 12 with CPR/AED Adult Session 1 Last Day To Register September 10 Sport Injury Prevention and First Aid with CPR/AED Adult Session 2

Saturday 9:30 AM–4:30 PM October 17

Last Day To Register October 15 Saturday 10 AM–4 PM September 19 Last Day To Register September 17

CPR/AED/First Aid Session 1

Saturday 10 AM–4 PM October 3 Last Day To Register October 1

CPR/AED/First Aid Session 2

Saturday 10 AM–4 PM November 7 Last Day To Register November 5

CPR/AED/First Aid Session 3

CPR/AED/First Aid Session 4

Monday & Wednesday 5–9 PM November 16 & 18

Last Day To Register November 13 CPR/AED/First Aid Session 5

Saturday 10 AM–4 PM December 6

Last Day To Register December 3 Saturday 10 AM–2 PM CPR for the Professional Rescuer September 26 Session 1 Last Day To Register September 24 Saturday 10 AM–2 PM CPR for the Professional Rescuer October 10 Session 2 Last Day To Register October 8

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Try SCUBA

Sunday 12–2 PM August 30 Last Day To Register August 28

SCUBA

Wednesday 6–9 PM September 16–October 28 Last Day To Register September 14

For More Information Please Contact Cindi Bartko at c.faus@csuohio.edu or visit www.csurec.com

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GETREC’D Promotions

Special Events

Fall into Fitness A new school year gives you the chance to shape up into a NEW YOU! Benefit from our upcoming promotions and offers to renew those fitness goals and fit into that new pair of jeans. Try out our Demo Weeks and keep updated on our offers and promotions for student, faculty, and members by checking out our website!

NEW Rockin’ The Rec On August 31st from 8–11 PM we will be rocking out on top of the Rec. Check out the live music from the Armstrong Bearcat Band, and the Improv comedian on our NEW Green Roof top. Try your luck in our 3v3 Basketball tournament, and check out all the fun, food and prizes at the Rec. OH YEAH, ITS ALSO FREE with a valid Viking ID or CRS membership. Rockin’ The Rec is brought to you by Campus Recreation Services and the Campus Activities Board.

Fall 2009 Demo Weeks Decisions, decisions! Take advantage of our Fall Demo Weeks to discover that perfect Group Fitness class for you! Get rid of the stress from upcoming homework and exams by discovering that relaxing yoga class or putting it into high gear with spinning. With your valid Viking Card or Rec Card, you will have access to ALL Group Fitness classes during the first TWO weeks of the fall semester. Hurry! Demo weeks end Sunday, September 6. NEW Give the gift of Fitness Need a gift idea for a friend or a loved one for the holidays? Look no further! From November 15– December 24, you can purchase a personalized gift basket and receive a FREE month onto your already existing membership! You can buy close friends or family an ALL class pass and combine it with great Rec Center gear. All items are placed neatly into an exclusive Rec Center gift bag.

For More Information Visit: www.csurec.com

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NEW Fit Mission Power Hour Attend our Fit Mission Power Hour with Valerie Waugaman on September 12 for a FREE one hour, action-packed seminar to receive Valerie’s tips and techniques. Get motivated to transform your life and your body through effective exercise and meal planning methods, and learn how to incorporate these healthy habits into your everyday life. You’ll receive a Nutrition e-course by Valerie’s pro trainer and a Tree of Success e-book, as well as a virtual workout buddy system and results tracker. So, challenge yourself for a new and improved you and register at the Customer Service Desk or at www. valspace.com to guarantee your seat!

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Rec-or-Treat Looking for a trick AND a treat around Halloween? Come to the CSU Rec Center on October 30 for a fright-filled evening of fun, food, and games at our second annual Rec-or-Treat! We will provide the candy along with the Halloween activities, so you can play it safe with the family fun games or dare to enter our terrifying haunted maze. Best of all, the event is FREE to attend with the donation of a canned food item for every child attending. All donations will be given to the Cleveland Food Bank. The event will be held in our MAC gym from 5:30-8 PM, so put on your best costume and be there or be-ware!

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NEW Fit Mission Camp Did the Fit Mission Power Hour leave you craving for more? To receive further in-depth training and tools from Valerie, come back to the Rec September 26 from 9–5:30 PM. You’ll learn new innovative workouts, receive Valerie’s custom poster, and discover the advantages of interval training. Lunch will be served by Cleveland’s top raw food trainer. In addition, you’ll participate in a Whole Nutrition Interactive presentation and have the opportunity to ask Valerie and her Fit Mission Team ANY fitness lifestyle questions. The entire one-day camp is $224, but with CSU sponsoring $75 for the first limited number of seating, you pay $149. So, ACT NOW and sign up today to get a sponsored seat!

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Valerie Waugaman Cleveland’s own Valerie Waugaman, also known as “Siren” on NBC’s American Gladiators, is coming to the CSU Rec Center! Valerie was a former IFBB Professional Figure Athlete and has graced the covers of several magazines such as Ironman and Oxygen. With her experience as a transformation coach and motivational speaker, she’ll give you her success tools and secrets to get you fired up so you can achieve your ultimate fitness goals.

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CSU Campus Recreation Services

Campus Recreation Services is housed in the 110,000 square foot 3-story Recreation Center that adjoins the Physical Education Building, allowing shared use of the Busbey Natatorium. Amenities include two lap pools; basketball, volleyball, racquetball and squash courts; a multipurpose gymnasium; weight rooms and cardiovascular areas; a circuit training area; an indoor track; table tennis tables and billiard table; three multipurpose activity studios; locker rooms; lounge areas; and Glenn’s Energy Oasis juice bar.

NEW Building Hours Spring & Fall Building Hours Monday – Thursday: 5:45 AM–11 PM Friday: 5:45 AM–9 PM Saturday & Sunday: 9 AM–6 PM The pool closes 1 hour prior to the building closing. Summer, Holiday, and Break Hours Monday – Thursday: 5:45 AM–9 PM Friday: 5:45 AM–8 PM Saturday & Sunday: 9 AM–6 PM

Hours are subject to change based on holidays and breaks.

Modified Hours Wednesday November 11: Veterans' Day Monday October 12: Columbus Day Thursday December 31: New Year’s Eve Modified Hours: 5:45–6 PM

Rentals and Reservations

Customized Programs

Recognized Campus Organizations and Departments can hold their event in the Recreation Center on a space-available basis. For large events please contact Conference Services for more information. The Recreation Center offers activity space rentals to non-affiliated community members at the external rate. Space can be used for special events or ongoing sport leagues. Interested parties should fill out a reservation request form, found at the Customer Service Desk of the Recreation Center.

Customized Programs are available for groups of all sizes. Contact us today about how we can create a program that meets your group’s exact needs and goals! Some of our popular customized programs include: • Stress busters • Kickboxing • First Aid/CPR • Yoga/Meditation • Spinning® • Nutritional Counseling • Time management • Specialty classes like Belly Dance or Swing • Plus many more!

Party Package Rentals Host your next party at the Rec Center! You can use the big space in our MAC gym to entertain guests with fun and games like basketball, indoor soccer, and volleyball. The balls will be provided for the activities, and talk to us about providing catering! If that doesn’t fit your theme, use our indoor pool for you and your guests. For both areas, you’ll be able to use the multi-purpose studio to set up your food and beverages. Reserve your space today and celebrate in the Rec for two hours of fun!

Employment

Please attend one of the following sessions at the Recreation Center for employment with Campus Recreation Services. November 5, 2009 4-5 PM November 6, 2009 3-4 PM Jobs available in: Recreation Attendant, Fitness, Intramurals, Aquatics, and Marketing.

Equipment Issue Pro Shop

Facility Rentals* Partner Rate

External Rate

After-Hours Entire Facility

$250

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Building Closings Thursday November 29: Thanksgiving Day Thursday December 24: Christmas Eve Friday December 25: Christmas Day Friday January 1: New Year’s Day

MAC Gym

$30

$60

Multi-Purpose Studio

$15

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One Sport Court

$25

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Game Room

$15

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Contact Information

Pool Closings and Modified Hours Saturday October 24: Closed at 11 AM Sunday November 1: Closed all day Tuesday November 10: Closed from 3:30–8 PM Saturday November 14: Main pool closed. Only two lanes available in the instructional pool Friday – Sunday November 20–22: Closed at 3 PM Friday – Sunday December 4–6: Closed at 3 PM Saturday December 19: Closed all day

Indoor Track

$15

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Mailing Address

Green Roof

$50

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2121 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, Ohio 44115

Racquetball/Squash Court

Campus Location

2420 Chester Avenue

$10

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Party Package

$75

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Main Email

216.802.3200 recreation@csuohio.edu

General Use per person

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Website Fax

www.csurec.com 216.802.3203

Pricing Index

Location: 1st floor Don’t forget to stop by our Pro Shop and see all of the latest Viking merchandise we have to offer. If you play If in the Rec center, we sell or check out at the Pro Shop. If you forget something at home, don’t worry, we also carry shampoo, soap, toothpaste, locks, towels, and other necessities. Viking cash is accepted here!

* For additional details about facility rentals look online at www.csuohio.edu, or request a Facility Rental Guide.

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Staff Directory Greg Ross Director, Campus Recreation 216.802.3252 g.s.ross@csuohio.edu Sean Ries Associate Director, Campus Recreation 216.802.3255 s.m.ries@csuohio.edu Joseph Stolitza Business Manager, Campus Recreation 216.802.3254 j.stolitza@csuohio.edu Shannon Jones Assistant Director Student Development and Customer Service 216.802.3253 s.m.jones56@csuohio.edu Scott Emigh Assistant Director Intramurals, Sport Clubs, and Summer Camps 216.523.7369 s.emigh@csuohio.edu Cindi Bartko Aquatics Coordinator 216.802.3258 c.faus@csuohio.edu Scott Westhoven Marketing Coordinator 216.802.3251 s.westhoven@csuohio.edu Caroline Cox Fitness and Wellness Coordinator 216.802.3256 c.l.cox62@csuohio.edu Lance Smith Graduate Assistant Facilities 216.802.3257 l.m.smith93@csuohio.edu Derek Schonauer Graduate Supervisor 216.802.3257 d.a.schonauer@csuohio.edu

For More Information Please Contact Sean Ries at s.m.ries@csuohio.edu or visit www.csurec.com

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NONPROFIT ORG. U. S. POSTAGE 2121 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, Ohio 44115-2214

PAID CLEVELAND, OH PERMIT NO. 500

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