All members must be fully vaccinated.
MSU Denver students enrolled in on-campus courses this summer or fall will already have a summer membership. Simply activated it at the Fitness Center desk. Summer Memberships will be available for purchase by MSU Denver online students, faculty and staff.
Group fitness, personal training, intramural sports, open recreation, outdoor adventures, and gear rental is suspended until Fall 2021.
Ways to get involved:
- Come work out in the fitness center. All skill/fitness levels welcome. Trainers will be on hand to give tips/assistance.
- Visit tinyurl.com/campus-rec-jobs for on-campus job opportunities
- Suggest new programs/services by emailing email@example.com
We look forward to seeing everyone again! Have a great summer!!
Campus Recreation - Virtual/Remote Programs
Since you can't come to campus, we'll come to you! Join us for virtual and remote programs and live group fitness classes. As we confirm more programs we'll add it to the dropdown lists below. If you have program recommendations, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org
Need motivation to get through to finals? Check out Campus Recreation’s 25-Day Wellness Challenge. This challenge will keep you accountable in your health, fitness, and wellness through finals week. Share your journey with us on social media by using #MSUDenverRec25 and #RoadrunnerWellness.
Contact Chasity for questions/comments email@example.com
A provisional CPR/AED/First-Aid opportunity will consist of a FREE review of first aid, SAMPLE, assessing a scene, obtaining consent and more. Those who pass the provisional course will obtain a provisional certification for a year. To receive the official two-year Red Cross Certification that meets OSHA requirements, individuals with the provisional certification will need to purchase the certification course ($60) and successfully complete the in-person skill session within that year. To register contact Jordan Morgan at firstname.lastname@example.org
Stay socially connected and have fun with text, voice and video all in one place.
Discord is a great way to stay connected with your communities and friends over voice, video and text in an all-in-one communication app. Chat and have fun in organized text-channels, talk to friends in open-voice channels, plan your next virtual meetup, or just keep in touch throughout the day. Video calls for up to 10 people is a newly added feature!
• Organized text-channels give you plenty of room to share videos, coordinate meetups, or just talk about your day without clogging up a group chat. Wave hello over video, easily watch friends stream their games, gather up for a screen-sharing session any time, or express yourself with all the GIFs and reactions you need.
• Open voice-channels make group hangouts easy. Grab a seat in a voice channel when you are free, and friends can instantly jump in without having to call. Up to 100 can join at the same time!
• There's an app for that! You can seamlessly switch between Discord on mobile and desktop.
Campus Recreation will be hosting daily Jackbox Party games, playing Kahoot Trivia Challenges, posting links to workouts you can do from home, sharing socially-distant engagement ideas and so much more!
Create your free account, check out our server and start having some stress-relieving fun with your friends and classmates today!
NEW TO DISCORD? Click here for our tutorial of how to get started.
Come challenge a friend, or make a new one, and compete for special prizes and bragging rights.
There is no additional cost to participate in these tournaments, you just need to be a currently enrolled MSU Denver student this semester.
Registrations open soon so check back here, visit our social media platforms and be sure to join our Discord server for announcements about when you can sign up!
Saturday, 2/13, 9 p.m. - Super Smash Bros
Saturday, 2/27, 9 p.m. - Rocket League
TBD - FIFA 21
TBD - Tetris
TBD - MTG Arena / Rocket League
TBD - Madden / NBA2k
TBD - Super Smash Bros
Email Dave Lamothe at email@example.com if you have any questions or suggestions for events!
While our guided outings and rental gear are on hold for the time being, check out OP Online, our brand new (and evolving) Outdoor Pursuits online resources page. This page will be populated with great places to visit, resources and knowledge about safe travel in the backcountry, and ways to engage in and stay connected to the outdoors. Please send us good vibes along with ideas, links, resources and your thoughts, musings and writings about the outdoors, teambuilding, leadership development, or a related topic to Bryan Ferguson (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Instagram: learn some fun tips/trips/facts from our #RowdyRECs series; follow our daily stories to test and share your knowledge with us
Facebook: check back weekly for interactive posts that can win you prizes
Youtube: get in depth with our staff about the outdoors, fitness, sports, leadership and professional development
Virtual Engagement @ MSU Denver
A coalition formed on our campus to centralize the efforts of departments and offices through MSU Denver to bring students virtual engagement opportunities. Our very own Dave Lamothe was invited to join this group of involved, caring individuals. Visit msudenver.edu/virtualengagement to learn more about how you can connect with your classmates and community.
Metropolitan State University of Denver
Mission: Metropolitan State University of Denver’s mission is to provide a high-quality, accessible, enriching education that prepares students for successful careers, post-graduate education and lifelong learning in a multicultural, global and technological society. To fulfill its mission, MSU Denver’s diverse university community engages the community at large in scholarly inquiry, creative activity and the application of knowledge.
Vision: Metropolitan State University of Denver’s vision is to become the preeminent public urban university in the nation.
Values: MSU Denver’s mission, vision, ongoing operations and strategic planning are informed by a core set of values that define who we are—and aspire to be — as a University. They are: Diversity, Access, Entrepreneurship, Respect, and Community.
At Campus Recreation, we encourage an inclusive, open and welcoming atmosphere by designing and offering challenging programs for all skill levels. We endeavor to maintain programs that include and welcome people of all races, creeds, ethnicities, genders, sexual orientations, learning styles, economic levels, ages, regions of origin and physical abilities. We recognize that all participants bring a level of experience, skill and ability. We will not make assumptions about others’ ability, interest or experience. We will continually evaluate our policies and practices to ensure equitable access to the full range of services we provide. This statement is the result of the collaborative efforts of Campus Recreation student and professional staff.
MSU Denver acknowledges the indigenous people and land of Auraria and the broader Denver area.
As we gather here today, we honor and acknowledge that we are on the traditional territories and ancestral homelands of the Cheyenne and Arapahoe Nations. This area was also the site of trade, hunting, gathering, and healing for many other Native Nations: The Lakota, Ute, Kiowa, Comanche, Apache, Shoshone, and others.
We recognize the Indigenous peoples as the original stewards of the land, water, the plants, and animals who called this place home. As these words of acknowledgment are spoken and heard, the ties that these nations have to their traditional homelands are renewed and reaffirmed. Let us also acknowledge the painful history of genocide and forced removal from this territory. We respect the many diverse Indigenous peoples still connected to this land on which we gather. We pay our respect to them and give thanks to all Tribal Nations and the ancestors of this place.
We also want to recognize the community and families of Auraria displaced by the creation of this campus for MSU Denver to have a place that we now call home.