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NIU Student Recreation Center
It’s never too late to set a new goal for 2015. While working out can seem like a daunting task, becoming a member of Campus Recreation couldn’t be easier! Why do you want to work out? Become a member and discover all the benefits of exercise. Exercise: combats health conditions and diseases. boosts energy. relieves...
NIU Student Recreation Center
Looking to improve your overall fitness and wellness at a pace designed just for you? Campus Recreation offers nationally certified personal trainers who can help students and staff achieve their goals. Working with personal trainers offers several benefits including motivation, weight loss, fitness testing, group training sessions, equipment orientation, sports specific training and Huskie Fit...
2014: A NEW YEAR. A NEW U
Looking to make healthier choices this year? Start 2014 off right with Campus Recreation’s free “New Year, New U” event. Kick start your fitness goals and New Year’s resolutions at this free event, planned from 4 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 28, at the Student Recreation Center. All NIU faculty, staff, and students are welcome to...
Student Recreation Center
Campus Recreation is offering free trial memberships to all faculty and staff who want to explore what’s available. The trial period runs from Monday, Aug. 26, through Sunday, Sept. 8. Those interested in some fitness must bring their NIU OneCards to the Student Recreation Center or Field House front desks to claim the free trial...
Photo of a woman on a stationary bicycle at the Rec Center.
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...