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Student lifting weights in the Don Taft University Center RecPlex

Campus Recreation

The main reason you’re in college is to learn, and that can mean a lot of hard work. At NSU, we know it’s not only exercise your brain but your body as well. That’s why our office of recreation and wellness offers an abundance of opportunities to have fun, get fit and unwind. Make a splash with aquatics classes. Compete in intramural sports. Learn a new hobby with instructional programs like scuba or golf. Use the modern fitness equipment, get personal training, or take group exercise classes. The choice of how to get the most out of your fitness and wellness is up to you.

It’s no coincidence that the Don Taft University Center, which includes our student recreation complex (RecPlex), is just steps away from the library – it symbolizes that necessary balance between work and play. No matter your fitness level, there is something here for everyone.

Whether you are a talented athlete or new to it all, there is fun to be had in intramural sports. Flag football, volleyball, basketball, billiards, water polo, soccer, and many more are offered to all NSU students who want to engage in competitive fun.

Get fit, relax, enjoy. It’s all here at NSU.

Don Taft University Center Highlights

  • 4,500 seat arena designed to host everything from NCAA Division II Sharks athletics, to concerts, guest lectures and formal banquets.
  • One of the best workout facilities in the state, with state-of-the-art strength and cardio-training equipment, and personal trainers.
  • Intramural basketball and volleyball courts, and a two-story rock climbing wall.
  • Large outdoor pool and patio for swimming and sunbathing.
  • Three studios for group exercise, dance classes, martial arts, yoga, Pilates, and much more.
  • Performing and Visual Arts Wing with an intimate Black Box Theater, dressing rooms, costume and scenery shops, and a gallery.
  • The NSU Flight Deck Pub, our popular student lounge with pool tables, foosball, and flat screen TVs to watch the game.
  • Food Court with plenty of healthy options and Starbucks for that caffeine fix.
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