RECREATION ACTIVITY CLASSES - SPORTS

ALL IN-PERSON CLASSES ARE CANCELLED due to COVID-19.
Online & Live Stream Classes: Please visit the RECREATION LIVE page for the daily schedule of recreation classes and programs!

Please review the Campus Recreation Refund Policy (pdf).
Previous Classes:        
Boxing        
  The "Sweet Science" Beginner's Boxing Class examines the fundamentals of the art of boxing, while developing one's skill set of striking, defending, footwork and head movement. The class will develop and enhance one's individual strength and conditioning levels and their overall physical well being, all of which are required to effectively execute this sport. No classes on Monday 5/25.
Fencing        
  Students will learn the basic movements, rules and tactics of this Olympic sport. Fencing develops discipline, concentration and coordination. The emphasis in this class is improving form and technique through games and drills. Students will learn tactics and apply their new skills. The class will conclude with electric fencing tournament. This class is open to all levels. Class does not meet on Wed 4/22.
Tennis - Beg        
  This is a beginner class and will be open to all players with little experience or are brand new to the game of tennis. Participants will be focusing on basic ground strokes and footwork as well as proper etiquette. Participants will also touch on the basics of volleys and serves. The goal for all participants is to be able to rally and understand the basics of each stroke. Tennis racquets are not required, but strong suggested. Classes will be held on ARC Courts 1-3.
Tennis - Beg        
  This is a beginner class and will be open to all players with little experience or are brand new to the game of tennis. Participants will be focusing on basic ground strokes and footwork as well as proper etiquette. Participants will also touch on the basics of volleys and serves. The goal for all participants is to be able to rally and understand the basics of each stroke. Tennis racquets are not required, but strong suggested. Classes will be held on ARC Courts 1-3.
Tennis - Int        
  This is an intermediate class and will be open to players with proficient strokes and have the ability to keep a consistent rally by using ground storks and volleys. Players should also know how to properly serve and be familiar with match play and point system. Players will participate in more complex drills that target multiple aspects of the game. The goal of players in this class is to be able to properly transition between different strokes and employ proper footwork. Players will also be introduced to more match/play strategies. *Participants must be able to demonstrate basic strokes and serve the ball. Tennis racquets are not required, but strong suggested. Classes will be held on ARC Courts 1-3.
Tennis - Int        
  This is an intermediate class and will be open to players with proficient strokes and have the ability to keep a consistent rally by using ground storks and volleys. Players should also know how to properly serve and be familiar with match play and point system. Players will participate in more complex drills that target multiple aspects of the game. The goal of players in this class is to be able to properly transition between different strokes and employ proper footwork. Players will also be introduced to more match/play strategies. *Participants must be able to demonstrate basic strokes and serve the ball. Tennis racquets are not required, but strong suggested. Classes will be held on ARC Courts 1-3.