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Recreation Programs

Adapted Recreation

Campus Recreation offers extracurricular opportunities for students with physical disabilities because physical activity and social health both play an important role in college life. More info...

Aquatics

The Campus Recreation Aquatics program provides informal recreational opportunities, such as open swimming or lap swimming, and also structured group fitness programs, sport clubs, special events, and certifications. More info...

Group Fitness

The Group Fitness Program is designed to provide participants with a variety of choices ranging from hi/low aerobics and yoga to body toning and spinning. More than 55 sessions a week are offered by certified leaders. More info...

Informal Recreation

Informal Recreation allows individuals the opportunity to pursue recreational activities on an unstructured and voluntary basis. With fitness as the overriding theme, informal recreation is a very popular service available to the campus community. More info...

Intramurals

The intramural program is available to Temple students, staff, and faculty who have paid the recreational fee. Participation in the intramural program is a privilege and thus is governed by certain sportsmanship guidelines. More info...

Sport Clubs

Sport clubs/organizations are groups of individuals who share common interest in a sport activity and have gained university recognition via registration procedures governed by Campus Recreation. More info...