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Campus Recreation

Campus Recreation

About Us

 
 

Our Mission, Vision, and Values

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Mission and Vision

Our Vision

The Department of Campus Recreation at Florida Gulf Coast University will be at the forefront of enhancing the university experience by providing exceptional programs, services, and facilities to the University and surrounding community.

Our Mission

The Department of Campus Recreation offers quality programs, services, and facilities that contribute to the overall educational experience at Florida Gulf Coast University.

As a student-centered department we provide opportunities that encourage and develop healthy lifestyles, sportsmanship, leadership, teamwork, and responsibility. Campus Recreation is dedicated to the promotion and support of diverse ideas, beliefs, cultures, and abilities.

Through these endeavors we cultivate skills that enable lifelong learning and community engagement.

 

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Values

Our Values

As a department in the Division of Student Affairs, we believe in:

  • Educating and encouraging healthy lifestyle choices.
  • Promoting student leadership and development.
  • Being engaged with our community.
  • Fostering diversity in abilities, ideas, beliefs and culture.
  • Operating with a student-centered philosophy.

 

Our Facilities and Programs

Facilities

 

Programs

 


 

Campus Recreation Advisory Board

The Campus Recreation Advisory Board is a group of students, faculty, and staff who advise the University on all matters related to Campus Recreation. The board provides valuable input in areas of budget development, construction projects, and program development. The board meets monthly with the Director of Campus Recreation.