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Mission

The mission of University Recreation is to empower students for success through recreation and wellness.

Announcements + Closures

  • Wilderness First Aid Course: February 22-23 Cost: $225 Students, $250 UREC Member, $275 Non-UREC Member: Register by Jan 31 at https://www.wildmedcenter.com

  • Commit to Well is a perfect way to kick off your commitment to your health and wellness goals in 2020. Participants earn points for doing physical activity and completing a variety of wellness challenges. The fitness and wellness points earned will determine the prizes awarded at the completion of the event. The event runs from Saturday, February 1 - Saturday, March 14. Registration opens on Friday, Jan. 31st at https://fitevent.uark.edu

     

 

 

 

For inclement weather closures at the UREC Sports Complex and/or emergency facility closures, please follow us on social media @urecarkansas

Group Fitness Schedule

Group Fitness classes are designed to provide participants with a fun, motivating and well-rounded fitness experience.

Wellness

The Wellness Initiative aims to highlight how current campus-wide programming supports all aspects of growth and well-being for individuals.

Sports Injury Clinic

The Sports Injury Clinic offers free injury evaluations, as well as opportunities for injury prevention, emergency care, and rehabilitation.

UREC Magazine

Take a look at UREC's departmental publication, which covers all program area information.

Employment

UREC develops its staff through professional growth, hands-on experience, education, and workmanship. University Recreation employs around 400 student employees in a variety of program areas.

Employment with UREC provides students an opportunity to gain valuable experience working within their area of interest, with the possibility for advancement within the department.

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