(Feb. 18, 2014) -- UTSA Campus Recreation will celebrate the anniversary of the National Intramural Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA) with events on Thursday, Feb. 20 and Friday, Feb. 21 in recognition of the many positive benefits of recreational sports, fitness activities and wellness programs.
Guests can learn about the programs and services available at Campus Recreation through a variety of activities. Events will be at the UTSA Main Campus and the UTSA Downtown Campus.
UTSA students, faculty, staff and alumni with valid membership are invited to take part in the celebration. Members of the UTSA Alumni Association who are not current members are eligible to purchase a membership. Feb. 21 also is a Free Friday day for faculty and staff.
For more information, contact Tony Daniels at 210-458-6262.
The activity schedule is as follows:
Thursday, Feb. 20, Downtown Campus:
Thursday, Feb. 20, Main Campus:
Friday, Feb. 21, Main Campus:
About UTSA Campus Recreation
UTSA Campus Recreation enhances the quality of life and educational experiences of our diverse university community by developing student leaders to facilitate a variety of recreational and wellness opportunities. These opportunities are made readily available through our various program areas including fitness, intramurals, club sports, outdoor pursuits, operations and marketing.
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