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FROM THE DIRECTOR’S DESK Welcome to another great year with Campus Recreation – your ticket to many of the fantastic things you are looking for in your SFA experience. Fun, teamwork, competition, exercise, health, wellness, good times, and great friends are all waiting for you in one of our many programs or facilities. Take advantage of this opportunity to join an exercise class, go on a trip, compete with a team, workout, swim, play, or even get a job with us. Campus Recreation offers something for everyone! We are excited to celebrate our four year anniversary in the new Recreation Center and look forward to serving you this semester. We have an outstanding array of programs scheduled for you so please read through the program guide and make note of the times, days, and deadlines for signing up for the things you have an interest in. As always we have plenty to do in the building through open recreation that does not require you to sign up for anything, but I encourage you to seek out and try one of our many wonderful programs also. Campus Recreation – your ticket to life! Sincerely, Ken Morton, Director of Campus Recreation


Student Rec Center Main Office: (936) 468-3507 Student Rec Center Welcome Desk: (936) 468-8400 Campus Rec Fax: (936) 468-7052 E-mail:

WELCOME TO THE CAMPUS RECREATION FALL 2011 PROGRAM GUIDE Take advantage of all Campus Recreation has to offer you this semester! We are giving you an allaccess pass to friendly competition, relaxation, school pride, and more! At Campus Recreation, we offer programs and services that give you the opportunity to enhance your life through seven dimensions: physically, emotionally, intellectually, socio-culturally, environmentally, spiritually, and career/financially. Each dimension has a corresponding recreational or program area that can help you achieve a healthy and balanced lifestyle. In this online booklet, you will find valuable information about recreational programs, special events, job opportunities, and facility and membership services offered this semester. This is your ticket to Campus Recreation...we look forward to seeing you!



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Your Ticket To: RELAXATION Let go of all your tension through the aquatics program at Campus Rec. There’s nothing more relaxing than lounging in the 270-foot lazy river or playing volleyball in the pool with your friends! Come to the pool to melt away your stress and find a sense of calm and relaxation. Aquatics offers various programming including swim lessons, lifeguard certification courses, and recreational activities. A large capacity spa, diving well, lap lanes, and an open recreation area are available for all to enjoy!

Aquatics Event Date



Group Swim Lessons

September 17-October 22 (Saturdays Only)

1 p.m. - 4 p.m.

HPE Indoor Pool

Lifeguard Certification Class

October 21-23

Friday: 4 p.m. - 10 p.m. Saturday/Sunday: 8 a.m. - 9 p.m.

HPE Indoor Pool and Rec Center Meeting Room

Please register for all programs in the Administration Office in the Student Recreation Center.

Debbie Norris: Assistant Director of Fitness, Wellness, Aquatics, and Safety (936) 468-5835 - Lauren Smith: Aquatics Graduate Assistant (936) 468-1810 -


PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS Private swim lessons are a great way for anyone of any swimming ability to work in a one-on-one environment. Instructors are all certified Water Safety Instructors by the American Red Cross Association and will apply American Red Cross lesson plans to each session. Please sign up early or join the waiting list for the next available slot! Private Swim Lessons Member


6 Lessons



12 Lessons



18 Lessons



GROUP SWIM LESSONS Group swim lessons are a great way for children to learn how to swim or to develop their current swimming abilities. Group swim accommodates a variety of ages starting at six months. All swim lessons are taught by an American Red Cross certified Water Safety Instructor. Swim lessons are divided into six levels: swim levels one through five and a level for parents/tots. After a child has completed all six levels, they will receive a book to take home and practice their skills. Parents are required to remain at the pool for the duration of the lesson. Fall Dates: September 17-October 22 Saturdays Only Group Swim Lessons Time Level 1

1 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Level 2

1:45 p.m. - 2:15 p.m.

Level 3

2:30 p.m. - 3 p.m.

Level 4

2:30 p.m. - 3 p.m.

Level 5

2:30 p.m. - 3 p.m.


3:15 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.


Your Ticket To: Well-being Explore everything the Fitness Program has to offer, including our diverse Group Exercise schedule and interactive events such as Women on Weights. The cardio floor and weight room are also available for personal workout routines. Further empower yourself via the Campus Rec website by reading exercise and fitness tips and subscribing to our fitness podcasts uploaded monthly on YouTube!

Weight belts, jump ropes, hand wraps, tally counters and more available at the Welcome Desk for members and students to check out. In order to check out this equipment, participants must have a valid SFA ID.

Fitness Event

Date and Time



August 31 5 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Rec Center Courtyard

Women on Weights

October 5-26 (Wednesdays only) 6 p.m. Register September 28 • 6p.m.-9p.m.

Rec Center Meeting Room (Meet in Lumberjack Lounge October 19.)

CARDIO FLOOR AND WEIGHT ROOM The cardio floor and weight room has a combined total of 12,000 square feet of fitness space. Within this space there are various types of cardiovascular equipment including treadmills, ellipticals, steppers, stationary bikes and ergometers. Most cardio pieces are equipped with a personal TV and audio unit that houses 12 XM Radio channels. The weight room equipment includes free weights, plate loaded and selectorized machines, that enable all users to enjoy a great workout. Among the many choices in cardio and weight equipment, there are stretching machines and free movement space. In such spaces, there are stretching mats, a plyobounder, medicine balls, and resist-a-balls for added variety and resistance.

WHERE EVERY SHAPE FITS: GROUP EXERCISE CLASSes Our Group Exercise Program offers a variety of classes that range in intensity and complexity. Each of the many classes are FREE for SFA students, members and guests. All classes are located at the Student Recreation Center and require an active SFA identification card. To enter into a class, participants must pick up a Jax Pass at the Welcome Desk of the Student Recreation Center. Passes are distributed starting one hour before the class begins.

Class Sessions:

Session One: August 29 - October 21 Session Two: October 24 - December 9

All participants who wish to enter a class must wear appropriate workout attire with nonmarking soled athletic shoes. Each participant must hand the instructor their Jax Pass as they enter the class to reserve their spot in the class. No one will be admitted into a class after the class has begun. Equipment and mats will be provided for each class. Classes may be cancelled at the discretion of the Campus Recreation staff. Schedule and descriptions for Group X classes are available in the Student Recreation Center and online at


Your Ticket To: Well-being The Wellness Program offers events and services in conjunction with the Fitness Program to further help members further their well-being. Wellness events such as the Wellness Fair and other services are available to increase awareness about health topics. The Wellness Service Center houses personal training, massage therapy and nutritional services.

Wellness Event

Date and Time


National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week (NCAAW)

October 17-21 All Day

Rec Center Lobby

Blood Drive

October 24-25 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Rec Center Meeting Room

Wellness Fair

November 14 3 p.m. - 6 p.m.

Rec Center Lobby

Massage Therapy Costs



15 Minute Session



30 Minute Session



45 Minute Session



60 Minute Session




Weight Room Orientations

will be conducted by one of our certifed personal trainers. An orientation will include a one to two-hour tour of the weight room, including proper ways to adjust the machines to your comfort.

Fitness Assessments

will be conducted by a certified personal trainer. An assessment will include a one-hour fitness testing series that will include a short workout.

Personal Training

sessions will be conducted by a certified personal trainer. A training session will include a one-hour training session.

Fitness Service Costs



Weight Room Orientation



Fitness Assessment



$15 $70 $130 $200

$20 $95 $180 $275

Personal Training 1 Session 5 Sessions 10 Sessions 15 Sessions

Debbie Norris: Assistant Director of Fitness, Wellness, Aquatics, and Safety (936) 468-5835 - Patricia Turner: Fitness & Wellness Graduate Assistant (936) 468-6052 -

Steven Dooling: Fitness & Wellness Graduate Assistant (936) 468-1436 -


Your Ticket To: fifriendly competition

Take advantage of your free time away from studies and enjoy some friendly competition! Whether it’s a major team sport, minor sport league, or individual/dual event, the Intramural Sports program has something suited for your interests. You might even win THE IMS Champion T-shirt to sport around campus displaying your accomplishment!

How to register for major/minor team sports 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Your captain will need to come to the registration table in the Recreation Center during the registration period and register and pay for the team. After payment is confirmed in the Campus Recreation office, come back to registration table and we will help guide you through creating your team. Create/Log-in to your IMLeagues account at the registration table. Click the Join Team button at the top of your user homepage. Choose your league (Men’s, Men’s Comp, Men’s Rec, Women’s, Co-Rec, Elite). Choose your division (day and time, division number, etc). You can search for your team name under the sport.

free agents 1. Create your account and login to IMLeagues. 2. Select the free agent tab on the top right corner of your homepage and submit your name as a free agent in the sports/division you want.

Major Team Sports Register

Captain’s Meeting Play Begins Cost

Soccer (M/W/C)

August 29 - Sept 1 September 2 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Noon or 3 p.m.

September 9


Flag Football (C)

August 29 - Sept 1 September 2 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Noon or 3 p.m.

September 7


Flag Football (Elite M)

August 29 - Sept 1 September 2 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Noon or 3 p.m.

September 11


Flag Football (M/W)

September 26-28 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.

September 30 Noon or 3 p.m.

October 2


Volleyball (M/W/C)

October 10-12 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.

October 14 Noon or 3 p.m.

October 17


• M = Men’s play, W = Women’s play, C = Co-Rec Play • We no longer have forfeit bonds. The cost per team is an entry fee and is non-refundable. Forfeiting a game will result in a $10 fee which must be paid to be reinstated into the league. Failure to pay fee by next game will result in removal from the league.

ELIGIBILITY All SFA undergraduate and graduate students taking a minimum of two lecture class or six (6) hours at Stephen F. Austin as well as all full-time faculty/staff and active Campus Recreation members are eligible to participate in any and all intramural sports activities and events provided they present a valid SFA ID. Active Campus Recreation members are not allowed to participate in specialty leagues or with Greek teams. Alumni of the University are not permitted to participate in Intramural Sports unless they are taking graduate level courses or are full time faculty/staff for the University. For more information, please call (936) 468-6051.

How to create an IMleagues account To join on intramural sports teams, participants will need to create a free account on IMLeagues, Captains will now be able to create their teams online, manager rosters, access league information, get instant and accurate schedules, scout opponents, and more. Participants will now be able to get information any time about their intramural games, upcoming events and can track their history making careers. Creating your SFA IMS Profile on IMLeagues 1. Go to 2. Click on the Intramural Sports tab on the left side bar. 3. Click on the IMLeagues logo and create your Imleagues account for free. You will have to enter: • Legal name as shown on your SFA ID • Your SFA or your account • Classification (freshman-grad student, fac/staff) and your graduation date • Birthday • Gender 4. Watch advertisement at bottom for security code to complete registration. All other information is optional, but we highly recommend you put your contact information and cell number so you can receive instant updates. You will receive an email from IMLeagues within five minutes confirming your registration. You must confirm your account activation.

Brian Mills: Assistant Director of Intramural Sports, Sport Clubs and Camps (936) 468-1775 - Joe Wise: Intramural Sports Graduate Assistant (936) 468-1709 - Travis Lankford: Intramural Sports Graduate Assistant (936) 468-6051 - Ryan Almon: Intramural Sports Graduate Assistant (936) 468-1434 -

individual/dual leagues Registration format Fantasy Football Leagues

August 29 - Sept 1 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Racquetball Singles League

September 26-28 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Leagues will consist of 10 teams including 1 IMS staff. Leagues will be run through ESPN Fantasy Sports. Draft times TBA. Mandatory captain’s meeting on Sept 30 at Noon or 3 p.m. Play one matchup each week.

Individual/Dual Events Date



Horseshoe Singles

September 7

4 p.m. - 7 p.m.

Shelton Pits

Cornhole “Bags” Doubles

September 15

4 p.m. - 7 p.m.

North Plaza of Rec Center

Wallyball Doubles

October 6

4 p.m. - 7 p.m.

HPE Racquetball Courts

Tennis Singles

October 15

9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Homecoming 5K Fun Run (More information on our website www/

October 29

Old School Games Day (Battleship, Checkers, Dominoes, Spades, and Chess)

November 10

4 p.m. - 7 p.m. Start by 4:30 p.m.

Rec Center Meeting Room

Pickleball Doubles

November 15

4 p.m. - 7 p.m.

HPE Courts 4 & 5

Table Tennis Singles

November 30

4 p.m. - 8 p.m.

HPE Courts 4 & 5

Tennis Complex Tournament will be run by SFA Club Tennis. Cost TBA 8 a.m. Corner of Wilson St. & Starr St. Registration starts Cost: $10/Student, $15 Faculty & Staff/ September 15. Alumni, $30 Community

LUMBERjack cup All intramural events/games earn teams points toward the Lumberjack Cup, which will be awarded at the end of the year. Any recognized student organization on campus may participate in this year long event. We wil track points throughout the year. You must register for the event by September 30, 2011 to be involved.


Minor Team Sports Registration Play Begins


3 v 3 Basketball League

September 8


September 6


September 6


August 29 - Sept 1 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.

2 v 2 Sand Volleyball League

August 29 - Sept 1 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. 6 v 6 Wiffleball League August 29 - Sept 1 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Lumberjack Fall Softball Classic September 12-14 Register in IMS Office 4-Person Golf Scramble

4 v 4 Sand Volleyball Tournament for Breast Cancer Awareness

September 17 9 a.m. on IMS Fields M/W/C available September 19-21 September 24 Register in IMS Office 8 a.m. at Woodland HIlls Golf Course September 26-28 October 1 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. 12:15 p.m. on Sand Volleyball Courts Captain’s Mtg at Noon

6 v 6 Dodgeball

October 10-12 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.

4-Person Team Bowling

November 28-30 December 2 Register in IMS Office 2 p.m. at Texas Pro Bowl




October 13 Free 4:15 p.m. in HPE Captain’s Mtg at 4 p.m. $35/team

Offfiiciating Date Clinics



General Officiating August 29 Meeting

5 p.m. - 6 p.m. or 6 p.m. - 7 p.m.

SRC Meeting Room

Soccer Officials’ Clinic

A Clinic: August 30 (Rules Clinic) B Clinic: August 31 (Field Clinic) C Clinic: September 2 (Scrimmages)

5 p.m. - 6 p.m. 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. 1:30 p.m. - 5 p.m.

SRC Meeting Room

Flag Football Officials’ Clinic 1

A Clinic: August 30 (Rules Clinic) B Clinic: August 31 (Field Clinic) C Clinic: September 2 (Scrimmages)

6 p.m. - 9 p.m. 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. 1:30 p.m. - 5 p.m.

SRC Meeting Room

Flag Football Officials’ Clinic 2

A Clinic: September 19 (Rules Clinic) B Clinic: September 20 (Field Clinic) C Clinic: September 21-22 (Shadow Shifts) D Clinic: September 29 (Scrimmages) A Clinic: October 10 (Rules Clinic) B Clinic: August 31 (Court Clinic) C Clinic: September 2 (Scrimmages)

6 p.m. - 9 p.m. 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. 6:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. 5 p.m. - 8 p.m. 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. 6 p.m. - 9 p.m.

SRC Meeting Room

Volleyball Officials’ Clinic

IMS Field 1 IMS Fields 1&2

IMS Field 3 IMS Fields 3&4

IMS Field 3 IMS Field 3 IMS Field 3 SRC Meeting Room HPE Court 5 HPE Court 5

Your Ticket To: adventure Get involved in the Outdoor Pursuits program and get outdoors! Challenge yourself climbing on our 34-foot rock wall or joining us on one of our exciting trips. Make new friends in a small, casual environment while expanding your base of skills and stretching your mind! Outdoor Pursuits can help empower you environmentally by instilling an appreciation for the outdoors and arming you with the resources and skills to fully enjoy the outdoors.

Outdoor Pursuits Trip

Register By



Camping 101

September 12

September 16-18


Wilderness Survival

September 12

September 16-18



September 26

October 1


Climbing at Reimer’s Ranch

October 10

October 14-16


Paddling at Caddo Lake

October 24

October 29-30


Caving at Colorado Bend State Park

November 7

November 11-13


Thanksgiving Service: Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Paintball in the Pineywoods

November 14

November 23-27


November 28

December 3


Skiing at Wolf Creek

December 5, 2011

January 3-9, 2012


Outdoor Pursuits Events Date



4th Annual Jacks on Belay Climbing Competition

8 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Student Rec Center Rock Wall

November 19

Tony Hensdill: Outdoor Pursuits Graduate Assistant (936) 468-6054 - Nathan Rector: Outdoor Pursuits Graduate Assistant (936) 468-6054 -


The Outdoor Center is here to serve all of your outdoor needs, whether you are looking to rent a tent for your weekend outing with friends or rent a bike to hit the trails. Would you like to venture outdoors, but are a bit nervous to go it alone? You don’t have to! Grab a friend and sign up for one of our great trips, or visit one of our clinics to get more information for your next trip. Whether on or off campus, the Outdoor Center will help you get ready for your next outdoor adventure!

Rental Gear



2 pax Tent - ALPS



4 pax Tent - ALPS



Backpack - Lowe Alpine



Sleeping Bag - Sierra Designs



Sleeping Pad



Head Lamp - Princeton Tec



Backpacking Stove - MSR



Fuel Bottle & Fuel



Propane Stove - Coleman



Cooking Set






Water Pump



Water Jug



Mountain Bike - Trek 6000



Canoe - Old Town



Kayak - Ocean Kayak



Weekend rates are DOUBLE the DAILY rate.

Your Ticket To: school pride Get excited about SFA and be a part of a team by joining a Campus Rec Sport Club. Making the commitment to a team will ensure positive friendships and frequent physical activity. Clubs vary from judo and rodeo to women’s volleyball. With activities this diverse, you’ll be sure to find something worth your while. You don’t have to be an expert as long as you know how to have fun!

JOIN A SPORT CLUB To join a sport club team, you only need to have interest. If you are interested in a particular club, you can contact the Sport Club Office at 468-1434. Each club will hold organizational meetings at the beginning of each semester as well as represent their clubs at orientations and student organization fairs. Once you have expressed your interest to the club officers, it is time to play.

START A SPORT CLUB Don’t see a sport club you’re interested in? Start one! You can set up a meeting with one of the Sport Club Graduate Assistants to discuss the process and get assistance and ideas on building an interest in your club, contact the Sport Club Office at (936) 468-1434.


Sport Club


Bass Club

Beep Baseball



Inline Hockey


Men’s Club Basketball

Men’s Lacrosse

Men’s Club Soccer

Outdoor Adventure Club Rodeo


Club Tennis

Ultimate Frisbee

Water Sports

Women’s Club Soccer

Women’s Club Volleyball


Student Official’s Association

Brian Mills: Assistant Director of Intramural Sports, Sport Clubs and Camps (936) 468-1775 - Joe Wise: Sport Clubs Graduate Assistant (936) 468-1709 - Travis Lankford: Sport Clubs Graduate Assistant (936) 468-6051 - Ryan Almon: Sport Clubs Graduate Assistant (936) 468-1434 -


Your Ticket To: diverse fun Looking for a new way to get involved this semester? Look no further! Campus Rec is your ticket to a variety of special events that will empower your Lumberjack spirit. Round up your friends for our annual Homecoming events, the T-shirt Tie Dye and 5K Fun Run. Show off your volleyball skills for a cause at our Sand Volleyball Tournament to raise awareness for breast cancer or grab a candy cane off our Angel Tree and donate to organizations like the Nacogdoches Animal Shelter just in time for the holidays! Get ready for some diverse fun and join us for these events and more! Visit the Campus Rec website for more details on each event.

Special Event Registration Date


Location Cost

Breast Cancer

September 26-28

Noon -

Rec Center

Awareness Sand

11 a.m. - 4 p.m.

6 p.m.


October 1

Volleyball Tournament Homecoming Tie Dye


Volleyball None

October 25

4 p.m. -

Courts Rec Center

6 p.m.


8 a.m.

Corner of



Homecoming 5K

September 15 -

Fun Run

October 29

Wilson St. &



IMS Office

Starr St.

Staff, & Alumni

Rec Center

$30/community Free

pusrec for more info.) Job Fair


October 29

November 15 3 p.m. 6 p.m.

Lobby and Meeting Room

Angel Tree




Rec Center

28- Decem-




ber 16


Your Ticket To: leadership Take advantage of this all-access ticket to leadership and development! Campus Rec employment offers flexible hours and a positive work environment within walking distance from residence halls and classes. A wide array of available jobs, including Outdoor Pursuits Trip Leader, Intramural Sports Official and Group Exercise Instructor, give students an opportunity to work in an atmosphere they enjoy while gaining experience in their field of interest. Who knows… you may discover that you want to make a career out of the job field you found at Campus Rec!

Job Fair Tuesday, November 15 3 p.m. - 6 p.m.

EMPLOYEE EXPECTATIONS • A desire to learn • An open mind • A strong work ethic • Strong core values • Honesty and integrity • A creative and imaginative mind • Time commitment • Strong communication skills • Strong ‘team’ philosophy • SFA pride!!! All programs will not be offering job positions every semester. Needs are addressed on a semester basis. Check with the appropriate staff member or visit to find out what jobs are available!

INTERNSHIP AND PRACTICUM OPPORTUNITIES The Campus Recreation Department offers abundant opportunities for practicum students or academic internships. During your experience with Campus Recreation, you will gain valuable practical experience in your field of study. Resumes are built on such experiences, and we hope that your time at Campus Recreation will better prepare you for your future career!



• Aquatics • Facilities & Membership Services • Outdoor Pursuits • Intramural Sports • Fitness & Wellness • Promotions • Sport Clubs • Summer Camps

• Internships are open to all students attending SFASU who have completed their sophomore year and who have earned 60 credits. If a student does not have a minimum of 60 credits, the committee must review the application and approve the internship or practicum. • A student must have a GPA of 2.0 and must be in good academic standing with the university.

• Students seeking their own internships must discuss their proposals with the appropriate Campus Recreation staff member and they must have approval from the academic department. • Fill out all forms and return them to Janice Casper. All programs will not be offering internships and practicums every semester. Needs are addressed on a semester basis. A learning contract will be set up between the student and supervisor for the duration of the internship and practicum. Internship and practicum needs are flexible and adaptable to meet the needs of the student. All majors are welcome!

Janice Casper: Office Manager (936) 468-1569 -


Your Ticket To: service At the heart of the facility and every program area is the goal of providing YOU with every opportunity to get involved. This is YOUR ticket to Campus Recreation. You can hit the weights or elliptical on the cardio floor, play a pick-up game in the HPE or Rec Center gym, relax in the lazy river, get a massage at the Wellness Service Center, or let the staff at the Outdoor Center help you plan an adventurous weekend away. Later, swim some laps in the Indoor Pool, or join a sport club and head to practice. Finish out your week at the Intramural Fields to play some ultimate frisbee or flag football. Take advantage of this all-access pass to enhance YOUR SFA EXPERIENCE.

FIND THE PERSON IN THE RED SHIRT The Operations Manager is an integral part of Campus Recreation’s daily activities. Operation Managers oversee all program areas and activities and supervise the staff. Anytime one of our activity areas is functioning, an OM will be on duty. The Operations Managers are thoroughly trained to assist with any situation that could arise and have the abilities to ensure our patrons are always in a safe and welcoming environment! The Operations Managers are also First Aid and CPR certified to act as a first responder to any medical emergency.



Monday - Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

6 a.m. - Midnight 6 a.m. - 10 p.m. Noon - 10 p.m. Noon - Midnight

Administrative Office and Wellness Service Center

Monday - Thursday Friday Saturday & Sunday

8 a.m. - 7 p.m. 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Closed


Monday - Thursday Friday & Sunday Saturday

4 p.m. - 9 p.m. 2 p.m. - 7 p.m. Closed

Outdoor Center

Monday & Friday Tuesday - Thursday Saturday & Sunday

2 p.m. - 7 p.m. 2 p.m. - 6 p.m. Closed

Outdoor Pool Open Swim

Monday - Sunday

2 p.m. - 7 p.m.

HPE & Shelton Gym

Monday - Thursday Friday Saturday - Sunday

4 p.m. - 10 p.m. 4 p.m. - 8 p.m. Closed

HPE Indoor Pool Open Swim

Monday & Wednesday Tuesday

7 p.m. - 9 p.m. 6:30 a.m. - 8 a.m.


An SFA I.D. is required to access activity areas. In the Student Recreation Center, members will present their I.D. to be swiped at the Welcome Desk. The magnetic strip on the back of the I.D. will allow employees to verify the student is actively enrolled and the student is cleared to enter. In the HPE Complex, students are to show validated SFA I.D., which is indicated by a semester validation sticker. When entering the HPE Complex, students will receive a shoe tag which must be worn at all times while in activity areas in the HPE. Appropriate workout attire is required in activity areas.

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Food and gum are prohibited in activity areas. Only beverages in a sealable plastic container are allowed. Alcohol, drugs and tobacco products are strictly prohibited. Backpacks and bags must be stored in lockers. Be courteous and respectful of others. Photography and videography are prohibited without approval. Bikes, skateboards and inline skates are prohibited. Pets are prohibited, which the exception of service animals.


Your Ticket To: service The Student Recreation Center not only caters to SFA students, but the SFA community as well. Whether you are SFA Faculty/Staff, SFA Alumni, or spouse, we have membership options for you. Check out the information listed or stop by the Student Recreation Center Administration Office for more details.

MEMBER SERVICES • You can purchase a membership for as little as one month or as many months at a time as you wish. Membership costs must be paid in full when signing up, unless signed up for payroll deduction. • Any member who chooses to cancel their membership is entitled to a refund of the remaining months left on their membership. To receive a $15 reimbursement for the month, you must cancel on/before the 15th of that month. Any cancellations after the 15th of the month will not be reimbursed for that month. All cancellations must be made in writing. • Payroll deduction is only available for employees (and their families) who receive a paycheck from SFA all 12 months of the year. Your paycheck will be deducted on a monthly basis until you terminate your membership. Payroll deduction cancellations must occur before the last week of the month to avoid a deduction for the next month.


• Members who are paying through payroll deduction must pay their first month up front. After the first month, payments for membership will be taken directly from their paychecks. The first month payment will be $30 until after the 15th of each month, where it will be prorated to $15 until the end of the month. • Students taking only online classes have their Student Recreation Center Fee waived by the University; therefore, they must purchase a “Student” membership for access to the Student Recreation Center. Students who enroll in classes but withdraw later from the university will be not be eligible to use the Student Recreation Center.



Eligible Member

$30 per month

$55 per month


$30 per month

$55 per month

Dependent 5-15 years (Family Hours Only)

$12.50 per month

Dependent 16+ years

$30 per month

$55 per month

Guest Pass

$5 per visit (must be sponsored)

$10 per visit (must be sponsored)

$25 per month

Although membership prices are broken down by the month, members must pay their full membership cost when signing up for the membership. The only membership eligible for billing monthly are those signed up as a payroll deduction.

LOCKER/TOWEL SERVICE Locker Rental Towel Service

MONTHLY COST PAYROLL DEDUCTION $4 per month $3 per month

$4 per month $3 per month

Lockers are available for rent by members in each of the locker rooms at the prices above. Towel service will provide members a fresh, clean, folded shower-size towel waiting for them any time it is needed for a quick shower in the facility.

Kenny Norris Assistant Director for Facilities and Membership Services (936) 468-1856 - Dan Belcher Graduate Assistant for Facilities and Membership Services (936) 468-1662 -

BIRTHDAY PARTIES Let Campus Rec host your child’s birthday party! Every party includes one hour of activity and one hour in a party tent as well as a party host, decorations, and a cake. Parties are available at the Outdoor Pool and Rock Wall for various ages. More information can be found on the Campus Rec website at


Your Ticket To: staying connected

Campus Rec is your ticket to staying connected through our many social media venues. Follow us on Twitter or read our informative and helpful blogs! You can use our social media sites as your all-access pass to what is going on, whether it be upcoming events, trends, or just conversing online with your fellow Lumberjacks. Join us on Facebook and tag yourself and your friends on our Facebook site or watch our monthly fitness podcasts on YouTube! Sign up with our JackText program to receive information about events. Everything you need to know about what is going on at Campus Rec is just a click away!


This blog is meant to dive into the events and services SFA Campus Recreation has to offer. We want YOU to feel connected and have a sense of belonging. Posts will be added twice weekly beginning in the fall. They cover everything from special events to helpful tips to help you get through this semester and make the most of your SFA experiece. Enjoy!


Our YouTube channel is your ticket to monthly fitness podcast, program-specific informational videos, major event wrap-ups and more!

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Get involved with Campus Rec on Facebook! New pictures are uploaded every Monday! Check out what your friends are doing and tag yourself at our events! Check our Facebook page for updates and new information on what is happening now at Campus Rec. Follow us on Twitter to get up-to-date news on inclement weather, event registration deadlines, reduced facility hours, and more!

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Get information through text messages through SFA’s new JackText program! Receive text messages from the only the areas you specifiy. Sign up at


Fall 2011 Campus Recreation Program Guide  
Fall 2011 Campus Recreation Program Guide  

Your ticket to all the events and programming for the Stephen F. Austin State University Campus Recreation Department for Fall 2011.