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Reports, Assessments & Usage

  • 4 Group Fitness Classes discontinued for rest of semester:

    Tuesday/Thursday's 9a TBB, 10:15a Body Combat Express, & 11:15a Bootcamp; Friday's 7:45a Hatha Yoga. We apologize for any inconvenience.
  • The Fall Group Fitness Pass: Now 1/2 OFF

    Enjoy over 70 classes each week for the rest of the semester for only $30 for members ($40 non-members).
  • Mid Semester Membership Sale

    The Student Plus Pass, Semester Membershps, & Semester Lockers are now 50% OFF. Stop by the front desk & take advantage of this great deal.

Semester Reports

A recap of the semester's activities and outcomes, highlighting achievements in the areas of student engagement, recruitment/retention, academic partnerships/collaborations, and overall health/wellness.

Fall 2012
Spring 2013

 

Fall 2013
Spring 2014

 

Fall 2014
Spring 2015

 

Fall 2015
Spring 2016

 

Fall 2016

 

Campus Rec By the Numbers Fall 2016

 

Student Assessments

Evaluation of the department's impact on recruitment and retention, health and wellness, and other outcomes linked to healthy lifestyles and student engagement as determined by a web-based survey conducted by Student Affairs Assessment & Research Office in October 2012.The results are summarized in the Executive Summary below.

Executive Summary

Campus Recreation administered a survey in Fall 2015 to better understand student use, needs and interests regarding recreation services and impact of Campus Recreation on health and wellness.  The survey was emailed to a random sample of University of Arizona Students resulting in 2,410 respondents producing a 24% response rate.  The highlights of the results are summarized in the infographic and Executive Summary below.

Fall 2015 Student Survey Infographic

​Fall 2015 Student Survey Executive Summary

 

Faculty / Staff Assessment

The participation levels and interests of faculty and staff members in facilities, programs and services offered by the Department of Campus Recreation was measured in a campus-wide assessment in October 2013. Input was sought on perceived constraints to participation as well as different activity and membership interests.  The results are summarized in the Executive Summary below.

Campus Rec Fac/Staff Survey Summary

 

Monthly entries into Campus Rec by fiscal year