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Campus Recreation welcomes its members to join the Rec Rewards Program. This incentive program is free and designed to help members get motivated to become a healthier and happier. Points are awarded for healthy lifestyle choices made through Campus Recreation. As the points add up, members receive prizes for all the work they have done. It’s...
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Help keep that New Year’s resolution and purchase your faculty/staff membership to Campus Recreation. Membership includes more than 100 hours a week of open recreation at the Student Recreation Center, Chick Evans Field House and Gabel and Anderson pools. Along with open recreation, the faculty/staff membership also includes an unlimited Huskie FitPass, which allows members...
Huskie Fit Club
Looking to get in the best shape of your life? Looking for a fitness routine tailored to your needs that will get you amazing results? Join the club – the Huskie Fit Club, that is. This six-week program is designed to help participants shed those unsightly extra pounds, get back on track with a fitness...
Group Fit
Enjoy the fun atmosphere of group fitness classes for half-price. Campus Recreation offers more than 30 classes each week to get participants excited and motivated about getting fit. Class offerings include yoga and pilates, cycle classes, high intensity workouts and dance classes that include Hip Hop Hustle and Zumba. For $33, you can enjoy unlimited...
Everyone knows that the recent warm spell won’t last. Winter is coming. So are the holidays. The time is now to start enjoying all the perks of a Campus Recreation membership at a discounted rate. Help prevent heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes and other health issues through exercise. Improve your mood, relieve stress and have...
The Rec Rewards Program is designed to encourage and reward Campus Recreation members (students, faculty, staff, continuing students, off-campus students and community) who participate in a variety of NIU Campus Recreation programs. When you exercise or participate in indoor and outdoor NIU Campus Recreation programs, you earn points. And, as you accrue points, you become eligible for prizes....
Campus Recreation memberships are available to NIU faculty, staff, alumni, continuing students and off-campus students. Spouses, partners in civil unions, partner in domestic partnerships, dependents and children of current students, faculty and staff also are eligible to purchase memberships. Among the many membership benefits: Access to the Student Recreation Center (SRC), Chick Evans Field House,...
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NIU’s FIT Program, housed in the College of Education’s Department of Kinesiology & Physical Education, is an exercise program for NIU employees, family members, retirees and residents of the surrounding community. The experienced staff can help members begin the school year with scientifically based exercise programs. All are invited to enjoy a free, one-week trial FIT...
NIU’s Convocation Center and Finance and Facilities are teaming to provide faculty and staff healthy lunch options each week this summer beginning Monday, June 6. “Healthy Summer 2011” participants will have the opportunity to enjoy inexpensive food choices at the Convocation Center from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday. The event will feature a...
Student Recreation Center
Have you been procrastinating about getting started on a fitness or exercise program? Do you want or need assistance in setting fitness goals and getting started? Do you want to learn how good nutrition can enhance your fitness goals? Take advantage of Recreation Services mid-semester faculty-staff membership for $50. Among the benefits:  Access to more than...
Photo of people exercising on Rec Center treadmills
Now that the holidays are over and a new year of work has begun, thoughts usually turn to taking the time to improve personal health and wellness.  Recreation Services offers NIU faculty and staff affordable memberships at a convenient, on-campus location. Members enjoy access to the Student Recreation Center (SRC), Chick Evans Field House (FH),...
Photo of FIT Program equipment
The FIT Program, part of the Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education, is an exercise program for NIU employees, family members, retirees and residents of the surrounding community. The experienced staff can help participants begin the new year with scientifically based exercise programs. Free one-week trials of the FIT program are available anytime. Membership in FIT includes...
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