Student Affairs department highlight: Campus Recreation

Campus Recreation is here to shape the Shocker experience. By providing sports, fitness and recreational events, students can participate in activities that contribute to a healthy and strong community.

Campus Recreation operates a variety of indoor and outdoor facilities, including the Heskett Center, Boats & Bikes, Bombardier Indoor Fields and the Hughes Metropolitan Complex playfields, so Shockers can stay fit and try new experiences while at WSU. Membership is also open to faculty, staff, YMCA members at no additional charge, and students’/members’ partners and dependents.

Students can also build connections with others through intramural programs, club sports and Shocker rowing. With 21 active sports clubs, students can find a way to train and/or compete at a high level. The longest running sport club is the WSU Men’s Soccer Club, which has been active since 1976.

Support the Shockers this weekend by attending the upcoming men’s and women’s soccer games:

  • Men’s Soccer: 1 p.m. against Northwest Missouri State
  • Women’s Soccer: 3 p.m. against KU