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Campus Recreation

Services and Programs

Mission Statement

• Extramural Special Events

• Intramural Sports

The Department of Campus Recreation is comprised of Intramural Sports (IM), the Club Sport Federation (CSF), and EPIC (Experiential Programs Inspiring Confidence) Adventures.

• Club Sport Federation • High Profile Clubs • EPIC Adventures

The mission of Campus Recreation is to provide students and the campus community with the highest quality, comprehensive and varied schedule of activities, designed to allow participants to experience social interaction, develop leadership and team-building skills and improve physical fitness. Total commitment to students is our highest priority, and we pledge to make all programs accessible, and inclusive, while remaining focused on participant diversity, customer service and professionalism. Our programs will create opportunities for students to achieve personal growth, while providing a fun and valued experience, as we recognize that students with a positive collegiate experience, both in and out of the classroom, make better citizens and community members in this ever-evolving global community.

• Special Events

Unit Achievements • The Campus Recreation Department provides the largest student activity programming on campus. The level of participation on campus is 4,000-5,000 students, faculty and staff, engaging in at least one of the Campus Recreation activities. Intramurals participation increased 19 percent, EPIC Adventures increased 51 percent on trips and 49 percent with the climbing wall. Club Sports Federation had a 12.5percent increase, from 24 teams to the current total of 27. • In addition, Campus Recreation sponsors numerous community service projects, including Spokane River Kickoff. The Club Sports Federation also is active in the community, arranging for visits to the local children’s hospital and working with many different outside groups as part of their community service commitment. • A strength of the Campus Recreation program is in the area of participant diversity, especially in the I.M. and CSF programs, with EPIC Adventures gaining fast. • The department has hosted some of the area’s largest events: • EWU Spring Shootout 3 x 3 basketball (largest indoor tourney in the country) • EPIC Rail Jam • Rec-Splosion, an event for incoming freshmen in the URC, where over 2,500 students attend • Men’s hockey games (sell-out crowds with waiting list) • Student participants have achieved national recognition in many areas, including the following: • EPIC Collegiate Climbing Competition, Northwest Champions • Men’s hockey, third place nationally • Women’s volleyball, third place nationally • Men’s rugby club team, ranked seventh nationally • The collaboration between Campus Recreation and Residential Life includes the purchase of the popular game, LASER TAG, making Eastern Washington University the only campus in the Northwest with LASER TAG. • The department was recognized this last year with Student Life Excellence Awards (Soaring Eagle Award for staff excellence to Mike Campitelli; Top Sport Club to women’s volleyball and men’s ice hockey; I.M. Athletes of the Year to Ty Hatcher, Jennifer Ishigami, Melissa Eastman, Ryan Eucker). 22

Student Affairs Annual Report  

Eastern Washington University, Office of Student Affairs Annual Report 2009-2010

Student Affairs Annual Report  

Eastern Washington University, Office of Student Affairs Annual Report 2009-2010

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