Recreation and Sport Facilities provides a variety of programs and services to meet the needs and interests of the University community. Specific programs include: Group Exercise, Fitness, Adventure Trips, Archery, Climbing Programs, Open Recreation, Massage Therapy, Intramurals, Sports Clubs, Special Events, Wellness Education, Billiards, and an Internship Program.
All upper campus indoor and outdoor sport recreation facilities are managed by Recreation and Sport Facilities. These facilities include McPhee Center/Ade Olson Addition, Hilltop Recreation Center Office, Billiards Center, Crest Fitness Center, Eagle's View Challenge Ropes Course, Simpson Fields, Towers Field, Hilltop basketball and tennis courts, Bridgman basketball courts, and Bollinger Fields.
Recreation and Sport Facilities provides experiences that connect academic learning with self-discovery.
Recreation and Sport Facilities will work in partnership with university faculty, staff, and community to develop citizenship and well-being for all students by creating comprehensive student-centered opportunities that foster success, connectedness and social development.
- Student Enrichment
- Customer Service
Student Learning Outcomes
Self-Discovery and Growth
Students who work for Recreation and Sport Facilities will set and pursue personal, educational, and professional goals.
Students who work for Recreation and Sport Facilities will demonstrate the ability to write and speak effectively.
Students who work for Recreation and Sport Facilities will practice and demonstrate outstanding customer services skills.
Students who work for Recreation and Sport Facilities will be able to identify and implement correct conflict resolution skills.
Students who work for Recreation and Sport Facilities will participate in leadership development opportunities and develop their own leadership style.
Students who work for Recreation and Sport Facilities will participate in group cooperation opportunities.
Students who work for Recreation and Sport Facilities will balance education, work, and leisure time.
Students who participate and work for Recreation and Sport Facilities will be submerged in programs/services that offer equal opportunities and are inclusive to all UWEC students/faculty/staff in an effort to develop multicultural competency.
Equality, Diversity, and Inclusivity
We respect and appreciate all people. We value the individual differences that make us unique and the similarities that bring us together. Come as you are and Experience Recreation!
Individuals with Disabilities
If a disability related accommodation is needed to participate in any of our programs, please contact Al Wiberg at (715) 836-5601.
Inclusive Excellence Plan
Recreation and Sport Facilities student and professional staff will:
- Support and encourage participation in on-campus opportunities for mentoring.
- Promote employment opportunities in a manner that will attract diverse applicants.
- Host diversity training and professional development throughout the year for student employees and professional staff.
- Ensure facility improvements and new developments are inclusive and welcoming.