Campus RecreationPage address: http://www.mnsu.edu/wellness/facilities/oncampus/campusrec/
Campus Recreation Information
Myer's Fieldhouse 118
Price Comparisons for Faculty and Staff
- Mankato Family YMCA: $513 for 1-year minimum after startup fee.
- Anytime Fitness: $542.40 for 1-year minimum after activation cost.
- Minnesota State Mankato: $100 for 1-semester minimum, or 1- year for $200 (Students pay Student Fees to support the Campus Recreation facilities and equipment)
What programs are offered?
The Office of Campus Recreation at Minnesota State University, Mankato offers four major program areas: Open Recreation, Intramural Sports, Fitness Activities, and Sport Clubs. Currently enrolled students, faculty and staff are eligible to participate and to collaborate with each other in the above mentioned programs.
The Open Recreation program offers both indoor and outdoor facilities for leisure time activity daily. Indoor facilities include: Otto Arena with three basketball, volleyball, badminton courts, a weight room and fitness center, and a matted wrestling/martial arts area; new Myer's Fieldhouse with an 8-lane 200 meter indoor track with four basketball courts and archery range; Schellberg Gym with two basketball or volleyball courts and a divider to split the facility; multipurpose activity room-dance and martial arts studio with a suspended wood floor; four racquetball courts; swimming pool-six lanes, 25 yards. Outdoor facilities include: four softball/flag football fields; a soccer field; a lacrosse field; a rugby pitch; sand volley-ball courts; and six tennis courts. Equipment is available to be checked out at Highland Center 143 with a current MSU MavCard and includes: basketballs, volleyballs and nets, soccer balls, softball equipment, footballs and flag football equipment, broomball equipment, weight belts, racquetball equipment, tennis equipment, badminton equipment, jump ropes, frisbees, wallyball equipment and more.
The Intramural Sports program offers organized, competitive leagues, tournaments and special events. The following is a list of some of the offerings: flag football; 3-on-3 and 5-on-5basketball: slow pitch softball; volleyball; soccer; ice hockey; bowling; 8-ball and 9-ball pool; punt, pass & kick; football pick-em; racquetball singles and doubles; 3-point shoot-out; NCAA holiday football bowl pick-em; foosball doubles; tennis singles; free throw contest; darts; table tennis single and doubles; NCAA basketball tourney pick-em; 2-person golf scramble; and a triathlon. New activities for the upcoming year include: broomball, floor hockey, sports trivia, Quickball, kickball, individual golf tourney and more.
The Fitness Activities program offers individuals the opportunity for personal fitness through both the aerobics program and use of the fitness center. Aerobics classes include: total body conditioning, boxing, step, hi and low impact, circuit and interval, and water aerobics. The fitness center offers both cardiovascular and weight training opportunities which include: treadmills, elliptical machines, stair machines, exercise bikes, variable resistance selectorized weight equipment, free weights and more.
The Sport Clubs program offers a unique experience for students and student leaders to participate or compete in local and national competition. Current sport clubs include: aikido, fencing, men's ice hockey, kung fu, isshin-ryu self defense, judo, men's lacrosse, men's and women's rugby, shotokan karate, men's soccer, taekwondo and men's volleyball. New sport clubs can be started withsome interest from other students.