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Winter Break Hours

Dec. 20 - Jan. 14


SRC Hours:
Closed: Dec. 24, 25, 31 & Jan. 1

Dec. 20 - Jan. 4: Noon - 6pm  
Jan. 5 - 9: 6am - 7pm
Jan. 10 - 11: Noon - 6pm
Jan. 12 & 13: 6am - 11pm

Campus Rec Office Hours:
Closed: Dec. 24 - Jan 5 
Weekdays: 8am - 5pm  

Climbing Center Hours:
Closed: Dec. 24, 25, 31 & Jan. 1 & 2

Saturdays: Noon - 6pm
Sundays: Closed
Weekdays Dec. 26 - Jan. 14: 2pm - 6pm
Jan. 10 & 11: Noon - 6pm

Outdoor Rentals:
Closed: Dec. 20 - Jan. 4 
Weekdays: 10am - 4:30 pm
Weekends: Closed

SRC Hours

ACADEMIC HOURS:
August 25 - December 19
Mon-Thur: 6am - 11pm
Friday: 6am - 9pm
Saturday: 9am - 9pm
Sunday: 11am - 11pm
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Campus Rec Hours

Academic Hours:
Weekdays: 8am - 6pm
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Student Rec Center

Student Recreation Center
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS1230
Moscow, ID 83844-1230 
SRC Info Desk: 885-7529
Email: camprec@uidaho.edu

Campus Rec Office

Campus Recreation Office
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 1230
Moscow, ID 83844-1230 
Phone: (208) 885-6381 
Fax: (208) 885-2340
Email: camprec@uidaho.edu

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About Us

Campus Recreation provides the finest programs, services, facilities and equipment to enrich the University of Idaho learning experience. The department fosters a lifetime appreciation and involvement in recreation and wellness activities for our students, faculty, staff and the community. Campus Recreation contributes to the physical, social, intellectual and cultural development of those we serve. 

Role of Campus Recreation
  1. Campus Recreation builds positive relationships and attitudes, and conveys to the University community the joy and exhilaration of making regular recreational activities part of daily life.
  2. Campus Recreation enriches the quality of student and campus life through knowledge, opportunities, interests and behaviors that promote healthy lifestyles. Extensive programs including intramural sports, fitness/wellness activities, sport clubs, outdoor pursuits and special event opportunities are provided to explore one’s limits, learn new skills, and experience achievement.
  3. Campus Recreation has a student driven philosophy that offers experiential leadership opportunities integrated with professional training and personal mentoring. These experiences facilitate social interaction, challenge participants, promote personal reflection and learning, and thereby support the educational mission of the University.
  4. The department of Campus Recreation, as a unit of the Division of Student Affairs, is responsible for the management of the Student Recreation Center, Guy Wicks Field, outdoor recreation areas, Shattuck Amphitheater, sand volleyball and basketball courts, the band field, the disc golf course and the Kibbie Dome – North Field to meet the needs of a diverse campus community.
Learning Outcomes
The students will be able to:

  1. Recognize and practice recreational, fitness/wellness and outdoor activities that are part of a healthy lifestyle.
  2. Assess the impact of recreation activities on the environment and choose responsible and sustainable behavior.
  3. Utilize critical thinking skills to identify risks, evaluate procedures and make decisions that prevent or minimize potentially dangerous situations (in recreational environments).
  4. Explore and attain new skills and merge academic and recreational experiences into practical application.
  5. Acquire, use and refine teamwork skills and leadership qualities (in groups) to obtain goals.

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