2014-16 Graduate Catalog
- Mission Statement
- Campus Recreation Contact Information
Through our programs and facilities, we provide an array of recreation and wellness opportunities that foster active and healthy lifestyles.
Through involvement with Campus Recreation students will:
- Articulate the importance of physical activity for personal and professional balance and growth.
- Communicate effectively and work towards a shared goal.
- Apply necessary skills and abilities and be empowered to develop and mature.
Intramurals provides action packed activities for the entire campus community,featuring team and individual competitions throughout the school year. Programs are designed to help students, faculty, and staff become more involved in recreational activities regardless of age, gender, skill level, or past experience. Campus Recreation offers male, female, and co-recreational opportunities organized for various skill levels.
The Superior Outdoor Adventure Program (SOAP) consists of Outdoor Adventure Trips, Outdoor Equipment Rental, Superior Challenge Ropes Course, and the Climbing Wall. The intent of SOAP is to provide outdoor and social experiences emphasizing adventure, environmental awareness, education, challenge, personal development, safety, a sense of community and fun.
Our Climbing Wall is a 28-foot tall, state-of-the-art structure designed to challenge first-timers or seasoned veterans. We change our routes every semester to maintain a high level of fun and challenge. No experience, equipment, or belayer necessary. Our climbing wall staff will outfit you with all the necessary gear, instruction and encouragement you need.
Open Recreation offers students and MWC members the opportunity to participate in less structured, non-tournament recreation. You must be a student or have an MWC membership to participate in open recreation. Open recreation times are subject to change due to special events and facility maintenance. Throughout the year, facilities are regularly set aside for drop-in activities.
The focus of our Fitness & Wellness programs are to serve the fitness needs of our campus community through various programs, including group fitness, personal training, and Bee Active Seminars. One of the goals of Campus Recreation is to provide instruction, programming, and training to promote health and fitness awareness.
Located in the Marcovich Wellness Center is a fully accessible 25-yard pool staffed with friendly, professional lifeguards who will ensure that you have a safe and positive aquatic experience. The pool is open in the early morning, noon, and in the late afternoon/early evening for your convenience. Activities such as water basketball, open swimming, water aerobics, swimming lessons, and lap swimming programs are offered.
A Sport Club is a recognized student organization under the administration of the Campus Recreation Department. Each club is a student-based group intended to provide recreational, competitive, and instructional opportunities in addition to those offered by intramurals, physical education programs, or intercollegiate athletics.
The Superior Challenge Ropes Course (SCRC) offers a series of activities designed for individual and group participation regardless of age, physical/cognitive limitations, or ability. Participants develop skills in problem solving, communication, decision making, trust, as well as gain a strong sense of self-worth and accomplishment.
The Superior Challenge Ropes Course experience also promotes calculated risk-taking, enhances leadership and management skills, facilitates organizational change, and builds effective teams. Our outdoor facility at UWS features 15 high elements, 9 low elements and a variety of initiatives.
The Marcovich Wellness Center (MWC) houses the Health and Human Performance Department, Athletic programs, Student Health & Counseling Services, and the Department of Campus Recreation. Used for academics, athletics, and recreation, the MWC features a field house with indoor track, 2,500-seat Mortorelli Gymnasium, fitness center, weight room, exercise and physiology lab, classrooms, racquetball courts, climbing wall, swimming pool, dance studio, and offices for all four departments.
The Superior Challenge Ropes Course is located just west of Wessman Arena. It includes high and local ropes elements to accommodate any skill level. The course offers a series of activities for both individual and group participation regardless of age, physical limitation or ability.
University of Wisconsin - Superior
Belknap and Catlin Ave.
P.O. Box 2000
Superior, WI 54880
Office Hours: Summer Hours M-F: 6:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Sunday: 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.