Dance, martial arts, self-defense, yoga, Pilates, spinning, private yoga and Pilates classes and personal training. More than 50 classes each week.
Men’s, women’s and co-ed teams play sports in a relaxed and friendly environment – volleyball, flag football, soccer, softball, ultimate Frisbee and more.
OUTDOOR RECREATION CENTER
Hiking, backpacking, mountaineering, canoeing, whitewater rafting, rock climbing, bicycle touring, cross-country skiing, caving, and more.
Through a variety of classes, programs and services, Aquatics focuses on fitness, health and safety, competition, and leisure. All done in an extraordinary Olympic-sized pool.
THE CHALLENGE PROGRAM
Campus Recreation's state-of-the-art Challenge Program is a customized experience for your organization. Our staff work to develop programs that serve individual and group needs with specific goals in mind.
With about 30 clubs and close to 1000 participants varying from rugby to ballroom dance, clubs may represent the University in intercollegiate competition activities such as practice, instruction, social events and tournament play.
Disability resources for sports and athletics.
MEN'S WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL
Originally a member of the Southern California Conference, the team became an independent member of the NWBA in 1986 and is currently a member of the Championship Division.
The co-ed sport of quad rugby started at the UA in the late 1980s and has been a popular sport here ever since.
The UA program has a long history of producing top level athletes including numerous national champions, national team members and Paralympians.
TRACK & ROAD RACING
The UA track and road racing team began in the fall of 1997 and has since produced champions and Paralympians.
WOMEN'S WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL
The UA has had a women's wheelchair basketball team since 2000. The National Championship team plays 25-30 games a season.