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The Susquehanna Recreational Sports
program is in affiliation with the National Intramural-Recreational
Sports Association and garnered its affiliation in September 2001.
The NIRSA provides opportunities for student leadership and
provides rules and policies regarding recreational sports. For more
information, visit the NIRSA Web site.
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Recreational Sports is the place to be for healthy, active lifestyles. Offering a variety of intramural events and fitness classes, the Recreational Sports office has something for everyone. Whether you are looking for a structured sports environment or you want to work out and play on your own, there is something for everyone.
Recreational Sports has some of the best facilities nationwide to enhance your stay at Susquehanna. With the new James A. Garrett Sports Complex, Jacobs Fitness Center, and Nicholas A. Lopardo Stadium, students and staff can find a host of activities to maintain a healthy, active lifestyle.
There are a variety of events students and staff can participate in within Recreational Sports. From racquetball to soccer to basketball and volleyball, Recreational Sports offers students and staff a fun environment to help ease away the stresses. Stop by the lobby in the Garrett Sports Complex to check out equipment and start your way to a healthy, active lifestyle.
We strive to meet the needs of each student, faculty and staff member and create the most diverse, inclusive program as possible on the collegiate level.
At Susquehanna, our mission is to provide sport and fitness opportunities for students and faculty and staff members to help promote healthy, active lifestyles. We accomplish this by offering a variety of activities in first class facilities and provide equipment to help foster a positive, healthy environment.
Office of Recreational Services Participant Release
Participation in a University Intramural sport and other recreational classes or services, is voluntary. Some recreational sports can be strenuous, while others are only moderately so. The health of an individual participating in an Intramural Sport is their responsibility. Physical exams and physician’s approval are not required by the University in order to participate, however, it is strongly encouraged that participants be aware of their limitations.
The Susquehanna University office of recreation services will not be held liable for injuries sustained by individuals participating in Intramural Sports or any recreational activities offered on campus. All participants are advised to have proper medical coverage and accident insurance before participating. Accidents and injuries during practices and contests will be documented and kept on file.
(All Intramural Sports pages maintained by Director of Campus Recreation, Jim Findlay. Direct questions/comments to email@example.com)