Indiana University Recreational Sports handles all I.U.-related sports clubs. Visit website for information on any individual club's meeting times, membership requirements, and current officers. The list of active sports clubs (current as of March 2010) is:
Aikido, Badminton, Ballroom Dance, Baseball, Basketball, Bass Fishing, Cricket, Cycling, Equestrian, Fencing, Field Hockey, Figure Skating, Filipino Martial Arts, Foosball, Gaelic Hurling, Golf, Gymnastics, Hapkido/Self Defense, Ice Hockey, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Judo, Karate, Kung Fu San Soo, Lacrosse - Men, Lacrosse - Women, Racquetball, Rowing, Rugby - Men, Rugby - Women, Running, Sailing, Soccer-Men, Soccer - Women, Softball, Swim, Swing, Table Tennis, Taekwondo, Tai Chi Chuan, Tennis, Ultimate Frisbee - Men, Ultimate Frisbee - Women, Volleyball - Men, Volleyball - Women, Water Polo - Men, Water Polo - Women, Water Ski/Wakeboard.
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Through an innovative fitness program, one-on-one computer tutoring program, arts and humanities classes, special events, inter-generational activities, support groups and volunteer opportunities, the Endwright Center strives to meet the various needs of people 50 years and older.
Monroe County YMCA
2125 S. Highland Ave.
Bloomington, IN 47401
Mon., Wed., Fri. 10:15-11:15 AM or 6:30-7:30 PM, and Sat. 8:00-9:00 AM at the Monroe County YMCA
The W.I.S.E. Program is an exercise program designed specifically for individuals who are either currently undergoing treatment for a cancer related illness or those who have completed their therapy. This program is open to all cancer patients/survivors, regardless of cancer type, stage, or current treatment status, or time since diagnosis and treatment. Approval from your physician is required to start the program. Contact Margie Kobow at the Monroe County YMCA for the appropriate forms.
Facilities have individual hours, see website for details.
Campus Recreational Sports(RS) celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2005. The origins of the Division can be traced back to 1918, when the School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation (HPER) formed an intramural program as part of the men's and women's physical education program. Between 1972 and 1973, the school of HPER took preliminary steps to establish a comprehensive recreational sports program. This included a long-range plan to increase student involvement, establishing a university committee on campus recreational needs, and forming the Student Recreational Sports Association to represent the student body and guide the division's efforts.