Climbing Wall

Add some adventure to your day - try the climbing wall! Located in Court 7 of the SRC, the wall is geared toward both the first time climber and the seasoned veteran. We have open bouldering during SRC hours of operation, as well as top rope climbing during open climbing hours. Come in soon to climb your way to the top!

**New this year - Women's Wednesdays**

Ladies, come climb with your fellow ladies every Wednesday 7:00-9:00 p.m.!

 

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Registration Ends April 19

Lead Qualification Test Time Block (No Registration is Necessary)

Apr 19 in SRC Climbing Wall
[Su] 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Free
 
 
Are you already proficient in Lead climbing, and feel ready to test out on your acquired skills? This is a two-hour block of time we have set aside for you to demonstrate your skills through taking our lead qualification test. The test will take roughly 1/2 hour, and you will need to bring at least one other belay qualified climber with you to complete the lead belay component of the test. If at all possible, please arrive to take the test at least 1/2 hour before the block of time ends.
 
 

Prerequisites

Program rating is level 3: Participants must have a belay qualification through the WSU SRC Climbing Wall, and be proficient in lead climbing.

Belay Clinic

Apr 20 in SRC Climbing Wall
[M] 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
$7(m)/$7(nm)
 
 
Do you want to participate in roped climbing in our facility? This course provides the necessary instruction to belay your partner, climb, and use our autobelay systems. You will have the opportunity at the end of the course to have your belay technique checked by the instructor so you can participate in roped climbing during facility hours. Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC programs are designed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Full refunds will be given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds will be given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Cascades Mountaineering

Apr 24 - Apr 26 in Mount Rainier Washington
[F] 4:00 p.m. - 11:55 p.m.
[Sa] 12:00 a.m. - 11:55 p.m.
[Su] 12:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
$185(m)/$225(nm)
 
 
This 3-day instructional climb teaches you some of the basics of glacier mountaineering, including self-arrest training, glacier and rope techniques while ascending this beautiful giant of the Cascades. We'll be traveling as high as high as Camp Muir, which at 10,000 feet, is the most popular base camp for climbers making a bid for the summit. On this climb, you'll get a taste of the alpine climbing experience, take in extravagant views and get up close and personal with Washington's highest peak! With a 4:1 climber to facilitator ratio, we offer a very personal experience from seasoned and knowledgeable adventure facilitators. Trip Rating: Level 3. This trip will be physically challenging and strenuous; resultantly a moderate to high level of fitness is required for this program. While no mountaineering experience is required, experience backpacking and traveling in a winter environment are strongly preferred. Trip cost includes: crampons, ice axe, sleeping bags, other group gear, transportation, permits, and Adventure Facilitators. Food, clothing, and mountaineering boots are NOT included. Gear requirements for mountaineering are lengthy. The ORC will be providing ropes, harnesses, helmets, headlamps, tents, sleeping bags and other group gear. Clothing and footwear (mountaineering boots) that is suitable for mountaineering is required and not provided by the Outdoor Rec Center. Please let us know if this is an issue so we can help in whatever way we can. There will be a mandatory pre-trip meeting on April 22 from 6-9pm in the ORC lobby. Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline receive 50% refund. • Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Prerequisites

Trip Rating: Level 3 This trip will be physically challenging and strenuous; resultantly a moderate to high level of fitness is required for this program. While no mountaineering experience is required, experience backpacking and traveling in a winter environment are strongly preferred. Gear requirements for mountaineering are lengthy. The ORC will be providing ropes, harnesses, helmets, headlamps, tents, sleeping bags and other group gear. Clothing and Footwear (mountaineering boots) that is suitable for mountaineering is required and not provided by the Outdoor Rec Center. Please let us know if this is an issue so we can help in whatever way we can. During the Pretrip meeting participants are required to bring all of their equipment (including mountaineering boots) to ensure that all equipment is appropriate for the program. The mandatory pre-trip meeting is from 6:00-9:00pm on Wednesday April 22nd in the ORC.

Eco Adventure: Earth Day Sunset Clean Up and Paddle

Apr 22 in Snake River Wawawai
[W] 3:45 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
$20(m)/$35(nm)
 
 
Eco Adventures are the cross-roads of outdoor recreation and civic engagement that provides participants with an opportunity to immerse them-selves in the natural world, foster a deeper connection with the land, and develop a sense of place. Come join us on this spectacular multi-faceted outdoor experience. During this Eco Adventure, participants will be sea kayaking and beautifying the area of Granite Point, which has been adopted by Washington State University and the ORC as a primary project site. This is an opportunity to help maintain one of the greatest outdoor hotspots eastern Washington has to offer; not to mention, we’ll be doing some awesome paddling on the Snake River as well! This is one of our most popular Eco Adventures, so register early! Trip rating is level 1. No experience necessary! This trip runs rain or shine. Trip cost includes; kayak rental, transportation, and an Adventure Facilitator (food is not included so bring a snack and some water). After participating in this Eco-Adventure participants will be able to see the rewards of their service and appreciate the land even more. Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline receive 50% refund. • Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Overnight Kayaking Tour

Apr 24 - Apr 26 in Snake River Wawawai
[F] 4:00 p.m. - 11:55 p.m.
[Sa] 12:00 a.m. - 11:55 p.m.
[Su] 12:00 a.m. - 11:55 p.m.
$75(m)/$115(nm)
 
 
Come experience a kayak tour on the scenic Snake River this weekend for a perfect opportunity to learn the sport of kayak touring. You’ll start with an on-campus pool session to learn necessary boat exit and rescue techniques. Once you have learned the necessary skills you will get the opportunity to test those skills down on the Snake River. At the Snake, we will teach you how to prepare and load your kayak before we embark on an overnight tour. Sign up fast before this trip fills up! Trip rating is level 1. No kayaking experience necessary! Trip cost includes; group gear, camping equipment, kayaking gear, transportation, permits, and trip leaders (Food NOT included). The Pre Trip Meeting will be on April 21st, at the Outdoor Recreation Center at 6:00pm. Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. • Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Registration Ends April 20

Swim the Pac-12

Jan 19 - Apr 20 in SRC Pool
 
Free for members
 
 
Swim the Pac-12 is a challenge to motivate swimmers of all levels to move to the pools for fitness. Participants can water walk, aqua-jog, or swim their way through the challenge – the main point is to get in the water and enjoy the benefits of swimming! You have twelve weeks (January 20 – April 20) to complete any of the routes through the Pac-12. Distances have been calculated based on general distances from campus to campus. Participants are responsible for logging their progress in the binders located at each pool. There are three routes to choose from: Beginner, Intermediate or Advanced. When participants register online by March 1 and track their distances on the sheets provided in each pool, they will receive a prize for each distance they complete. Participants will get a water bottle for the Beginner Stage, a mesh swim bag for the Intermediate Stage, and a cool UREC beach towel for completing the Advanced Stage. Advanced stage winners will also be entered into a drawing for a free semester session of Masters Swimming (value $90)! See the Pac-12 Information Sheet for the distances!
 
 

Prerequisites

None

Registration Ends April 21

Learn To Swim Clinic

Apr 21 in SRC Pool
[T] 6:30 p.m. - 7:15 p.m.
Free for members
 
 
Get Use to the distance- Make sure you can comfortably swim further than your open water distance in the pool.Open Water techniques covered include: Sighting, Deep water starts, Turning, Breathing both ways and Group Swimming.
 
 

Prerequisites

There is no prerequisite for this event.

Registration Ends April 22

Coed 4 on 4 Sand Volleyball Tournament

Apr 26 in SRC Backyard Sand Volleyball Courts
[Sa] 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
[Sa] 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
$20(m)/$20(nm)
 
 
This event consists of a four person men’s, women’s, and coed sand volleyball tournament. Coed teams consist of two (2) men and two (2) women. 2013-2014 and current varsity volleyball players are not eligible. Eligibility rules stated in the intramural handbook indicate that only one volleyball sport club athlete per team can compete. Complete rules will be available at the games or at imsports.wsu.edu. All games will be played in the SRC Backyard volleyball courts. Teams will be guaranteed 3 pool play games followed by a single elimination tournament to determine a champion. Games will take place on Sunday, April 26. Schedules will be posted online at imsports.wsu.edu and emailed to captains by Thursday, April 23 at 5:00pm. Teams are responsible for checking their own schedules. All participants must show a valid WSU ID prior to each game. NO ID, NO PLAY, NO EXCEPTIONS.
 
 

Group Bike Ride to Moscow

Apr 22 in Moscow Bill Chipman Palouse Trail
[W] 4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Free
 
 
This group bicycle ride on the Bill Chipman Trail to Moscow is a great way to meet new friends and explore Moscow. The trail is an 8 mile flat paved trail that travels from Pullman to Moscow. You’ll leave the Outdoor Recreation Center and head to Moscow where you’ll have the opportunity to exploring downtown shops, cafes, and restaurants. You can bring your own bike or you can rent one of our bikes from the rental shop. There are limited quantities so reserve a bike early! Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. • Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Men's 4 on 4 Sand Volleyball Tournament

Apr 26 in SRC Backyard Sand Volleyball Courts
[Su] 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
[Su] 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
$20(m)/$20(nm)
 
 
This event consists of a four person men’s, women’s, and coed sand volleyball tournament. Coed teams consist of two (2) men and two (2) women. 2013-2014 and current varsity volleyball players are not eligible. Eligibility rules stated in the intramural handbook indicate that only one volleyball sport club athlete per team can compete. Complete rules will be available at the games or at imsports.wsu.edu. All games will be played in the SRC Backyard volleyball courts. Teams will be guaranteed 3 pool play games followed by a single elimination tournament to determine a champion. Games will take place on Sunday, April 26. Schedules will be posted online at imsports.wsu.edu and emailed to captains by Thursday, April 23 at 5:00pm. Teams are responsible for checking their own schedules. All participants must show a valid WSU ID prior to each game. NO ID, NO PLAY, NO EXCEPTIONS.
 
 

Women's 4 on 4 Sand Volleyball Tournament

Apr 26 in SRC Backyard Sand Volleyball Courts
[Su] 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
[Su] 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
$20(m)/$20(nm)
 
 
This event consists of a four person men’s, women’s, and coed sand volleyball tournament. Coed teams consist of two (2) men and two (2) women. 2012-2013 and current varsity volleyball players are not eligible. Eligibility rules stated in the intramural handbook indicate that only one volleyball sport club athlete per team can compete. Complete rules will be available at the games or at imsports.wsu.edu. All games will be played in the SRC Backyard volleyball courts. Teams will be guaranteed 3 pool play games followed by a single elimination tournament to determine a champion. Games will take place on Sunday, April 26. Schedules will be posted online at imsports.wsu.edu and emailed to captains by Thursday, April 23 at 5:00pm. Teams are responsible for checking their own schedules. All participants must show a valid WSU ID prior to each game. NO ID, NO PLAY, NO EXCEPTIONS.
 
 

Registration Ends April 23

Campus On The Run - Late Registration

Apr 25 in SRC Court #1
 
$20(m)/$23(nm)
 
 
Campus on the Run is a 5K (3.1 mile) road race on the WSU campus. Community members are welcome along with students, faculty, spouses, or partners. Both runners and walkers are encouraged to participate; proceeds will benefit Backyard Harvest. Eligibility: This event is open to anyone who is 18 years of age or older (current WSU varsity cross-country or track athletes are not eligible to participate). Award Divisions: 18-20, 21-24, 25-34, 35-44, 45-54, 55+ [Male and Female]
 
 

Prerequisites

Must be 18 years of age by 4/25/2015

Campus On The Run - Youth Late Registration

Apr 25 in SRC Court #1
 
$10(m)/$15(nm)
 
 
Campus on the Run is a 5K (3.1 mile) road race on the WSU campus. Community members are welcome along with students, faculty, spouses, or partners. Both runners and walkers are encouraged to participate; proceeds will benefit Backyard Harvest. Eligibility: This event is open to anyone who is 18 years of age or older (current WSU varsity cross-country or track athletes are not eligible to participate). Award Divisions: 18-20, 21-24, 25-34, 35-44, 45-54, 55+ [Male and Female]
 
 

Campus On The Run Obstacle Dash - Late Registration

Apr 25 in SRC Court #1
 
$20(m)/$23(nm)
 
 
Campus on the Run is a 5K (3.1 mile) road race on the WSU campus, but this selection takes the typical 5k course and adds a bit of adventure to it. Runners should expect to find physical elements within the course such as a wall scale or tire flips. Community members are welcome along with students, faculty, spouses, or partners. Both runners and walkers are encouraged to participate; proceeds will benefit Community Action Center. Eligibility: This event is open to anyone who is 18 years of age or older (current WSU varsity cross-country or track athletes are not eligible to participate). Award Divisions: 18-20, 21-24, 25-34, 35-44, 45-54, 55+ [Male and Female]
 
 

Prerequisites

Must be 18 years of age by 4/25/2015

DIY Bike Maintenance Week 5 (Wheels)

Apr 23 in ORC Front Desk
[Th] 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
$5(m)/$10(nm)
 
 
Finally stop that pesky wibble-wobble. This week is all about wheels and all of the intricacies of how they work. Learn about flat repair, truing, cassettes and gears, and hub rebuilds. *DIY workshops were developed to be taken individually or as a whole, there are 6 sections in total. Participants can pick and choose sections or take the whole curriculum in the DIY Bike Series Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your WSU ID card to sign-in for this program.

Registration Ends April 24

Adult & Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED

Apr 25 in SRC Room 144 (Classroom)
[Sa] 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
$58(m)/$66(nm)
 
 
Learn to save a life! American Red Cross safety education classes will prepare you for emergencies. This training covers First Aid, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) for work place, schools and community. First Aid Certification and CPR/AED certifications are both valid for 2 years. Our refund policy is: full refunds given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Prerequisites

If less than 18 years of age, please register using youth registration form available on the UREC youth page.

Registration Ends April 26

4/27/15 Coaching the Van Driver III, 6:00pm-8:00pm

Apr 27 in SRC Room 144 (Classroom)
 
Free
 
 
A video-based training program designed for drivers of WSU cargo or passenger vans, Coaching the Van Driver III includes information on conducting a vehicle inspection, safe driving skills, driving environments, and special considerations. Collision reporting procedures are also discussed.
 
 

Backcountry Travel and Leadership

May 11 - May 19
[M] 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
[T] 8:00 a.m. - 11:55 p.m.
[Su M W Th F Sa] 12:00 a.m. - 11:55 p.m.
[T] 12:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
$225(m)/$425(nm)
 
 
If you’re an outdoor enthusiast interested in developing your outdoor leadership skills, this course is for you. During this multi-day, professionally instructed and administered course, participants will embark on a backpacking trip, then a kayaking tour, where they will learn the skills necessary to successfully lead outdoor activities in the backcountry. SRC members who register by March 26th will pay a discounted price of $225. On March 27th registration will return to its original cost of $275. Trip rating is level 1. No experience is necessary! Trip cost includes: Backpacking equipment, kayak rental, group gear, rock climbing equipment, transportation, and instruction (food NOT included). There is a mandatory pre-trip meeting on May 5th at 6:00pm in the Outdoor Recreation Center Lobby. Trip Details: ( This schedule is subject to change due to weather, permit, and instructor discretion). May 5 – 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm – Pre Trip Meeting/course prep & front-loading May 11 – 8:00 am – 5:00 pm - Facilitation and Leadership Theory May 12 – 8:00 am departure, backpacking May 13 – Backpacking May 14 – Backpacking May 15 – Backpacking May 16 - Backpacking May 17 – Backpacking, return to campus May 18 – Kayaking, 8:00 am pool session, 12:00 pm depart for Snake River May 19 – Kayaking, return to campus Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Prerequisites

There is a mandatory pre-trip meeting on May 5th at 6:00pm in the Outdoor Recreation Center Lobby.

Belay Clinic

Apr 27 in SRC Climbing Wall
[M] 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
$7(m)/$7(nm)
 
 
Do you want to participate in roped climbing in our facility? This course provides the necessary instruction to belay your partner, climb, and use our autobelay systems. You will have the opportunity at the end of the course to have your belay technique checked by the instructor so you can participate in roped climbing during facility hours. Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC programs are designed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Full refunds will be given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds will be given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Challenge Course Facilitator Training Level 1 (High & Low Course)

May 11 - May 16
[M T W Th F Sa] 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
$70(m)/$149(nm)
 
 
The Challenge Course Facilitator Level I (site specific) training is designed for anyone who wants to know more about facilitation. This training is in accordance with the Association for Challenge Course Technology (ACCT) standards and covers frontloading, debriefing, sequencing of activities, and selected theories. The technical skills covered in this training include spotting, belaying, rescues, and gear inspections. At the end of this training, you will have a wide repertoire of activities that you can either lead on or off the challenge course. The last day of the course includes testing. Attendance is required on all days. Participants who successfully complete the training and testing will be offered a certificate of completion. This training is not a guarantee for employment with the UREC Challenge Program. If hired after successful completion of training and interviewing, our facilitators benefit from a great deal of professional development and personal growth. Facilitators can expect to hone their skills in group management and leadership, effective communication, guiding meaningful discussions, rapport-building, and developing self-confidence in themselves and others. If you have any questions, please contact Mandy Schenkemeyer at mandy.schenkemeyer@wsu.edu or (509)335-8393.
 
 

Prerequisites

Full refunds available until registration deadline. 50% refunds until May 4, 5:00 pm, no refunds thereafter. This training is moderately intensive, both physically and intellectually. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht, 335-8732, at least one week in advance for reasonable accommodation. NOTE: We encourage you to consult with a physician before participating in any physical activity to determine any potential conditions that may adversely affect your participation. Activities may involve running, lifting, bending, balancing, and climbing.

Challenge Course Facilitator Training Level 1 (Low Course Only)

May 11 - May 13
[M T W] 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
$40(m)/$119(nm)
 
 
The Challenge Course Facilitator Level I (site specific) training is designed for anyone who wants to know more about facilitation. This training is in accordance with the Association for Challenge Course Technology (ACCT) standards and covers frontloading, debriefing, sequencing of activities, and selected theories. At the end of this training, you will have a wide repertoire of activities that you can either lead on or off the challenge course. The last day of the course includes testing. Attendance is required on all days. Participants who successfully complete the training and testing will be offered a certificate of completion. This training is not a guarantee for employment with the UREC Challenge Program. If hired after successful completion of training and interviewing, our facilitators benefit from a great deal of professional development and personal growth. Facilitators can expect to hone their skills in group management and leadership, effective communication, guiding meaningful discussions, rapport-building, and developing self-confidence in themselves and others. If you have any questions, please contact Mandy Schenkemeyer at mandy.schenkemeyer@wsu.edu or (509)335-8393.
 
 

Prerequisites

Full refunds available until registration deadline. 50% refunds until May 4, 5:00 pm, no refunds thereafter. This training is moderately intensive, both physically and intellectually. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht, 335-8732, at least one week in advance for reasonable accommodation. NOTE: We encourage you to consult with a physician before participating in any physical activity to determine any potential conditions that may adversely affect your participation. Activities may involve running, lifting, bending, balancing, and climbing.

Eco Adventure: Earth Day Clean Up and Climb

May 2 in Granite Point Washington
[Sa] 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
$20(m)/$35(nm)
 
 
Come join us on this spectacular multi-faceted outdoor experience. During this Eco Adventure, participants will be climbing and beautifying the area of Granite Point, which has been adopted by Washington State University and the ORC as a primary project site. This is an opportunity to help maintain one of the greatest outdoor hotspots eastern Washington has to offer; not to mention, we’ll be doing some awesome climbing as well! This is one of our most popular Eco Adventures, so register early! Eco Adventures are the cross-roads of outdoor recreation and civic engagement that provides participants with an opportunity to immerse them-selves in the natural world, foster a deeper connection with the land, and develop a sense of place. After participating in this Eco-Adventure participants will be able to see the rewards of their service and appreciate the land even more. Trip rating is level 1. No experience necessary! Trip cost includes: transportation, group gear, climbing harness, shoes and equipment, permits, and trip leader (Food NOT included so bring lunch, snacks, and water). Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Eco Adventure: Kamiak Butte Hike and Restoration

May 2 in Kamiak Butte Washingtion
[Sa] 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Free
 
 
On this adventure you’ll visit one of our county parks that overlooks the entire Palouse. Learn more about the ecosystem and help restore parts of the trail, while enjoying a 3.1 mile hike. This trip is affordable, close, and allows patrons to maximize their time in the great outdoors! Don’t miss out! Register with this CCE program through CougSync by visiting: http://cce.wsu.edu/ then follow the registration information on the page. No experience necessary. Trip rating is level 1. Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC programs are designed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline receive 50% refund. • Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Kayak Rescue and Skills Clinic

Apr 28 in ORC Front Desk
[T] 6:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
$7(m)/$10(nm)
 
 
Come learn how to exit a kayak in the comfort of a pool. We will teach you the basic skills of kayak rescue so you can feel more comfortable and confident on the water as well as basic kayaking terminology. For more advanced paddlers, we’ll also be offering roll instruction and practice time for those developing or interested in learning that skill set. The clinic will be instructional and have open pool time for students to practice skills they have been taught and skills they already know. We will provide all necessary gear; just bring a swimsuit and a positive attitude. No experience necessary! Program rating is level 1. Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC programs are designed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline receive 50% refund. • Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Lifeguard Review Course

[Su] 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
$90(m)/$100(nm)
 
 
The purpose of this update course is to give currently certified individuals the opportunity to update your skills to the newest American Red Cross Lifeguarding course content and renew certification.
 
 

Prerequisites

Minimum age of 15.

Participants in a review must provide a copy of current certification or expired certification (no more than 6 months) to review.

Correctly answer at least 80 percent of the questions in each of the four sections of the final written examination.

Must Swim 300 yards continuously using these strokes in the following order: 100 yards of front crawl stroke, 100 yards of breaststroke and 100 yards of either front crawl or breaststroke or a combination of both. All 300 yards must use rhythmic breathing with your face in the water and a stabilizing, propellant kick.

Swim 20 yards using front crawl or breaststroke, surface dive to a minimum depth of 7 feet, retrieve a 10 lb. object, return to surface, swim back to starting point with the object. When returning to the starting point, you must hold the 10 lb. object with both hands and keep your face above the water.

Tread water for 2 minutes with hands under armpits.

Sunset Paddle and Yoga

Apr 29 in Snake River Wawawai
[W] 3:45 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
$35(m)/$50(nm)
 
 
Located only 30 minutes from WSU’s campus, the Snake River is perhaps one of the most well-known and scenic rivers in the entire United States. As the sun goes down, come enjoy this beautiful river. Beginning with a relaxing yoga session, participants will take in the beautiful scenery before exploring the river in their own sea kayak. No experience is necessary, and all essential equipment is provided. Paddling down the Snake River will surely put anyone in a calm and relaxed state of mind. This is one of our most popular and well-liked trips- so register early! We look forward to seeing you out on the water! This trip runs rain or shine. Trip cost includes; kayak rental, yoga mat, transportation, yoga instructor, and an Adventure Facilitator (food is not included so bring a snack and some water). Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC programs are designed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline receive 50% refund. • Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Registration Ends April 29

Group Bike Ride to Moscow

Apr 29 in Moscow Bill Chipman Palouse Trail
[W] 4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Free
 
 
This group bicycle ride on the Bill Chipman Trail to Moscow is a great way to meet new friends and explore Moscow. The trail is an 8 mile flat paved trail that travels from Pullman to Moscow. You’ll leave the Outdoor Recreation Center and head to Moscow where you’ll have the opportunity to exploring downtown shops, cafes, and restaurants. You can bring your own bike or you can rent one of our bikes from the rental shop. There are limited quantities so reserve a bike early! Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. • Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Registration Ends April 30

DIY Bike Maintenance Week 6 (Fitting & Build)

Apr 30 in ORC Front Desk
[Th] 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
$5(m)/$10(nm)
 
 
Like a good pair of shoes or jeans, fit can mean everything. Same goes for bikes. Find your fit so riding it feels as good as putting on your favorite pair of jeans. Discuss different types of bikes and uses. As the last class, you will have ample time to ask any lingering questions we did not cover *DIY workshops were developed to be taken individually or as a whole, there are 6 sections in total. Participants can pick and choose sections or take the whole curriculum in the DIY Bike Series Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your WSU ID card to sign-in for this program.

Registration Ends May 1

Adult & Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED

May 2 in SRC Room 144 (Classroom)
[Sa] 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
$58(m)/$66(nm)
 
 
Learn to save a life! American Red Cross safety education classes will prepare you for emergencies. This training covers First Aid, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) for work place, schools and community. First Aid Certification and CPR/AED certifications are both valid for 2 years. Our refund policy is: full refunds given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Prerequisites

If less than 18 years of age, please register using youth registration form available on the UREC youth page.

Bowling Club Spring Dues

Jan 12 - May 1
 
$300(m)/$300(nm)
 
 
WSU Bowling Club Dues
 
 

Bowling Club Spring Dues (Non-Traveling)

Jan 12 - May 1
 
$100(m)/$100(nm)
 
 
WSU Bowling Club Dues
 
 

Horse Polo Club Dues, April

Jan 12 - May 1
 
$125(m)/$125(nm)
 
 
Horse Polo Club Dues for one month
 
 

Horse Polo Club Dues, February

Jan 12 - May 1
 
$125(m)/$125(nm)
 
 
Horse Polo Club Dues for one month
 
 

Horse Polo Club Dues, March

Jan 12 - May 1
 
$125(m)/$125(nm)
 
 
Horse Polo Club Dues for one month
 
 

Horse Polo Club Semester Dues

Jan 12 - May 1
 
$375(m)/$375(nm)
 
 
Horse Polo Club Dues
 
 

Ski Club Racing Team Dues

Jan 20 - May 1
 
$385(m)/$385(nm)
 
 
Ski Racing Team Dues
 
 

Ski Club Racing Team Dues - Mark Fong

Jan 20 - May 1
 
$99(m)/$99(nm)
 
 
Ski Racing Team Dues
 
 

Tennis Individual Dues

Jan 12 - May 1
 
$120(m)/$120(nm)
 
 
WSU Tennis Club Dues
 
 

Tennis Individual Dues Second Semester Only

Jan 12 - May 1
 
$60(m)/$60(nm)
 
 
WSU Tennis Club Dues for Spring 2015 Semester
 
 

Triathlon Club Individual Dues

Sep 14 - May 1
 
$100(m)/$100(nm)
 
 
Triathlon Club Semester Dues
 
 

Registration Ends May 2

Cycling Club Individual Dues

Sep 8 - May 2
 
$25(m)/$25(nm)
 
 
Cycling Club Dues
 
 

Cycling Club Individual Dues - Road Racing

Jan 8 - May 2
 
$100(m)/$100(nm)
 
 
Cycling Club Dues - Road Racing Season
 
 

Registration Ends May 5

Drill Clinic

May 5 in SRC Pool
[T] 6:30 p.m. - 7:15 p.m.
Free for members
 
 
This clinic is designed to help you learn a variety of ways to use the water to improve your fitness. Work with one of our UREC Swim Instructors to learn ways to make the pool part of your workout.
 
 

Prerequisites

There is no prerequisite for this event.

Registration Ends May 8

Cougar Crew Individual Dues (Spring)

Dec 1 - May 8
 
$150(m)/$150(nm)
 
 
Cougar Crew Club Dues (Men's and Lightweight Women)
 
 

Equestrian Club Spring Smester Dues

Dec 9 - May 8
 
$500(m)/$500(nm)
 
 
Equestrian Club Dues
 
 

Fencing Club Anually Dues

Jan 19 - May 8
 
$50(m)/$50(nm)
 
 
Fencing Club Dues
 
 

Registration Ends May 10

Lead Clinic

May 16 in SRC Climbing Wall
[Sa] 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
$5(m)/$5(nm)
 
 
Are you getting comfortable top-roping, and want to learn a new skill that you can apply outside? Lead climbing is the method of climbing where you clip your rope in to protection as you ascend, rather than being belayed through one anchor at the top of the climb (top roping). In this clinic we’ll teach you the skills needed to effectively lead climb and belay. The clinic will be instructional and have open time for you to practice skills you have been taught and skills you already know. Harness, shoes, and belay devices will all be provided.

Program rating is level 3: Participants must have a belay qualification through the WSU SRC Climbing Wall, and have a strong base knowledge of roped climbing methods and systems.

Non-SRC members will need to pay an additional fee of $5 if escorted by current SRC member, and $8 if not escorted by a current SRC member to gain access to the SRC.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC programs are designed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Full refunds will be given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds will be given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Prerequisites

Thank you for registering for the Lead Climbing Clinic! We are very excited to have you! This clinic will start at 1pm at the SRC Climbing Wall. We will provide all necessary gear. Plan on wearing appropriate athletic apparel, a water bottle and some snacks.

Program rating is level 3: Participants must have a belay qualification through the WSU SRC Climbing Wall, and have a strong base knowledge of roped climbing methods and systems.

Registration Ends May 11

American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Course

May 15 - May 17 in Smith Gym Room 77 (Pool)
[F] 5:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
[Sa] 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
[Su] 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
$200(m)/$235(nm)
 
 
Interested in becoming a swim lesson instructor? Take this American Red Cross certification course now! This course teaches the duties, responsibilities and skills necessary to teach swim lessons to participants of different ages, with varying abilities and goals. Successful participants will be certified to teach: Parent and Child Aquatics, Preschool Aquatics, Learn-to-Swim, Adult Swim and safety skills.
 
 

Prerequisites

*Minimum age of 16

*Demonstrate the following strokes at a Level 4 ability, meaning you demonstrate effective and efficient strokes and rhythmic breathing for 25 yards:

*Front crawl
*Back crawl
*Sidestroke
*Breaststroke
*Elementary Backstroke
*Butterfly (15 yards ONLY)

*Tread water for 1 minute in the deep end

American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Course (Youth Registration)

May 15 - May 24 in Smith Gym Room 77 (Pool)
 
$200(m)/$235(nm)
 
 
Interested in becoming a swim lesson instructor? Take this American Red Cross certification course now! This course teaches the duties, responsibilities and skills necessary to teach swim lessons to participants of different ages, with varying abilities and goals. Successful participants will be certified to teach: Parent and Child Aquatics, Preschool Aquatics, Learn-to-Swim, Adult Swim and safety skills.
 
 

Prerequisites

*Minimum age of 16
*Demonstrate the following strokes at a Level 4 ability, meaning you demonstrate effective and efficient strokes and rhythmic breathing for 25 yards:

*Front crawl
*Back crawl
*Sidestroke
*Breaststroke
*Elementary Backstroke
*Butterfly (15 yards ONLY)

*Tread water for 1 minute in the deep end

Level 1 & 2 Youth Swim Lessons

May 11 - May 21 in SRC Pool
[M T W Th] 5:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
$25(m)/$35(nm)
 
 
Introduction to Water Skills

Orients participants to the aquatic environment and helps them to gain basic aquatic skills. Participants will learn how to enter and exit the water, in addition to learning breath control, retrieval of submerged objects, floating on the front and back, hand movements for treading in chest-deep water and an introduction to swimming on the front.
 
 

Prerequisites

Participants usually start at 6 years of age Level 1 - Introduction to Water Skills: helps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Students will work to gain confidence and submerge their face in the water. They will also practice assisted floating and kicking. Prerequisite: There is no prerequisite for this level. Level 2 - Fundamental Aquatic Skills: gives students success with fundamental skills. This level places emphasis on unassisted floating and swimming on the front and back. Prerequisite: Participants should be able to bob three times to chin level, enter and exit the water safely without assistance, be comfortable placing the face underwater, and be able to float on front and back for at least 3 seconds with support.

Level 3 & 4 Youth Swim Lessons

May 11 - May 21 in SRC Pool
[M T W Th] 5:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
$25(m)/$35(nm)
 
 
Stroke Development

Builds on the skills learned in Levels 1 and 2 to help participants achieve basic water competency. Participants will be introduced to the front crawl, elementary backstroke, scissor kick, breaststroke kick, and treading in deep water.
 
 

Prerequisites

Level 3 - Stroke Development: builds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Students will work to further coordinate front crawl and elementary back strokes. They will also be introduced to diving, treading water, scissors kick, and the butterfly kick. Prerequisite: Unassisted transition to front and back float for five seconds, unassisted push off and swim for 5 body lengths, roll to back, float for 15 seconds, and then swim 5 more body lengths using a combination of leg and arm action on front. Level 4 - Stroke Improvement: develops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. This level introduces the breaststroke, sidestroke, butterfly and open turns. Prerequisite: Jump into deep water from the side, swim front crawl for 15 yards, maintain position by treading or floating for 30 seconds, and then swim elementary backstroke for 15 yards.

Level 5 & 6 Youth Swim Lessons

May 11 - May 21 in SRC Pool
[M T W Th] 5:30 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.
$25(m)/$35(nm)
 
 
Stroke Refinement and Skill Proficiency

Helps to refine performance of all six swimming strokes (front crawl, backstroke, butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke) so participants can swim with greater efficiency and effectiveness over longer distances. Participants will also refine open-turns and learn how to do flip-turns while swimming.
 
 

Prerequisites

Successful demonstration of Level 4 exit skills assessment.

Parent & Child Swim Lessons

May 11 - May 21 in SRC Pool
[M T W Th] 6:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
$25(m)/$35(nm)
 
 
University Recreation’s Youth Swimming Program follows the American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim curriculum for children ages 6 months and up. Classes are designed to create a positive learning experience and develop lifelong swimming skills for each participant. Certified American Red Cross Water Safety Instructors participate in trainings and shadow teaching sessions before administering a class of their own. Lessons are designed to run in sessions consisting of 30 minute lessons with five minutes of wrap-up and parent discussion. The ratio of students to teachers is kept well below the American Red Cross recommendation of 1:10, preferably kept at 1:4-6. Parent/Child Swimming Lessons (ages 6 mos. to 3 years) The American Red Cross Parent and Child Aquatics program builds swimming readiness by emphasizing fun in the water. Parents and children participate in several guided practice sessions that help children learn elementary skills, including water entry, bubble blowing, front kicking, back floating, underwater exploration and more. Once children can perform basic skills without parental assistance, they may begin independent Preschool courses. Parent/Child Lessons are 30 minutes in duration.
 
 

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this class.

Preschool Swim Lessons

May 11 - May 21 in SRC Pool
[M T W Th] 6:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
$25(m)/$35(nm)
 
 
Familiarizes children ages 4 and 5 with the aquatic environment while helping to develop positive attitudes and safe practices in and around the water. Children will learn how to enter and exit the water, in addition to learning breath control, retrieval of submerged objects, floating on the front and back, treading and an introduction to swimming on the front.
 
 

Prerequisites

Child must be at least 4 years old.

There are no prerequisites for this level.

Registration Ends May 12

Adult Beginner-Swim Lessons

May 12 - Jun 4 in Smith Gym Room 77 (Pool)
[T Th] 7:00 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.
$38(m)/$48(nm)
 
 
Learning the Basics

These lessons will help you learn how to be comfortable and active in the water. You will learn how to float, submerge completely, propel yourself through the water on the front and back, and begin to learn the basics of the front and back crawl strokes.
 
 

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this class.

Adult Intermediate-Swim Lessons

May 12 - Jun 4 in Smith Gym Room 77 (Pool)
[T Th] 7:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
$38(m)/$48(nm)
 
 
Improving Skills and Swimming Strokes

You will learn and improve proficiency in basic aquatic skills and the six basic swimming strokes. These lessons will teach you how to become a more efficient and effective swimmer. You will also learn how to be safe in and around the water.
 
 

Prerequisites

You must be comfortable in chest-deep water, able to put your face in the water, and able to perform 15 yards of the front crawl, breast stroke and back crawl.

Registration Ends May 15

Badminton Club Individual Dues

Aug 25 - May 15
 
$100(m)/$100(nm)
 
 
Badminton Club Dues
 
 

Coug Strong Club Individual Dues (Spring)

Jan 1 - May 15
 
$70(m)/$70(nm)
 
 
Coug Strong Club Dues
 
 

CrossFit Club Individual Dues (Spring)

Jan 1 - May 15
 
$100(m)/$120(nm)
 
 
CrossFit Club Dues
 
 

CrossFit Club Shirt Payment

Jan 1 - May 15
 
$20(m)/$20(nm)
 
 
Payment for CrossFit Club T-shirt. Do not purchase without first speaking with CrossFit Club officers. Limited quantities of shirts are available
 
 

Men's Ice Hockey Club Individual Dues

Aug 25 - May 15
 
$900(m)/$900(nm)
 
 
Men's Ice Hockey Club Dues
 
 

Men's Lacrosse Club New Member Dues

Aug 25 - May 15
 
$1,850(m)/$1,850(nm)
 
 
Men's Lacrosse Club Dues (For new members)
 
 

Men's Lacrosse Club Returning Member Dues

Aug 25 - May 15
 
$1,400(m)/$1,400(nm)
 
 
Men's Lacrosse Club Dues (For returning members only)
 
 

Men's Rugby Club Individual Dues

Aug 25 - May 15
 
$300(m)/$300(nm)
 
 
Men's Rugby Club Dues
 
 

Men's Water Polo Spring Dues

Jan 12 - May 15
 
$200(m)/$200(nm)
 
 
Water Polo Men's Team Individual Dues
 
 

Softball Club Individual Dues

Aug 25 - May 15
 
$225(m)/$225(nm)
 
 
Women's Fastpitch Softball Club Dues
 
 

Softball Club Individual Dues

Aug 25 - May 15
 
$150(m)/$150(nm)
 
 
Women's Fastpitch Softball Club Dues
 
 

Ultimate Club Individual Dues-With 1 long sleeve, 1 short sleeve

Aug 25 - May 15
 
$110(m)/$110(nm)
 
 
Ultimate Club Dues including the payment for one long sleeve jersey and one short sleeve jersey.
 
 

Ultimate Club Individual Dues-With Both Jerseys

Aug 25 - May 15
 
$100(m)/$100(nm)
 
 
Ultimate Club Dues including the payment for a jersey.
 
 

Ultimate Club Individual Dues-With One Jersey

Aug 25 - May 15
 
$70(m)/$70(nm)
 
 
Ultimate Club Dues including the payment for a jersey.
 
 

Ultimate Club Individual Dues-Without Jersey

Aug 25 - May 15
 
$25(m)/$25(nm)
 
 
Ultimate Club Dues
 
 

Wakeboard & Water Ski Club Individual Dues

Aug 25 - May 15
 
$250(m)/$250(nm)
 
 
Wakeboard & Water Ski Club Dues
 
 

Wakeboard & Water Ski Club New Member Individual Dues

Aug 25 - May 15
 
$300(m)/$300(nm)
 
 
Wakeboard & Water Ski Club Dues
 
 

Water Polo Club Men's Fall Individual Dues

Aug 25 - May 15
 
$350(m)/$350(nm)
 
 
Water Polo Club Dues
 
 

Water Polo Club Women's Fall Individual Dues

Aug 25 - May 15
 
$100(m)/$100(nm)
 
 
Water Polo Club Dues
 
 

Women's Lacrosse Club Individual Dues

Aug 25 - May 15
 
$100(m)/$100(nm)
 
 
Women's Lacrosse Dues
 
 

Women's Rugby Club Fall Individual Dues

Aug 25 - May 15
 
$100(m)/$100(nm)
 
 
Women's Rugby Club Dues
 
 

Women's Rugby Club Spring Individual Dues

Jan 12 - May 15
 
$100(m)/$100(nm)
 
 
Women's Rugby Club Dues
 
 

Women's Water Polo Spring Dues

Jan 12 - May 15
 
$250(m)/$250(nm)
 
 
Water Polo Women's Team Individual Dues
 
 

Registration Ends May 16

Belay Clinic

May 17 in SRC Climbing Wall
[Su] 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
$7(m)/$7(nm)
 
 
Do you want to participate in roped climbing in our facility? This course provides the necessary instruction to belay your partner, climb, and use our autobelay systems. You will have the opportunity at the end of the course to have your belay technique checked by the instructor so you can participate in roped climbing during facility hours.

Non-SRC members will need to pay an additional fee of $5.00 if escorted by current SRC Member, and $8.00 if not escorted by a current SRC member, to gain access to the SRC.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC programs are designed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Full refunds will be given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds will be given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Registration Ends May 17

Lead Qualification Test Time Block (No Registration is Necessary)

May 17 in SRC Climbing Wall
[Su] 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Free
 
 
Are you already proficient in Lead climbing, and feel ready to test out on your acquired skills? This is a two-hour block of time we have set aside for you to demonstrate your skills through taking our lead qualification test. The test will take roughly 1/2 hour, and you will need to bring at least one other belay qualified climber with you to complete the lead belay component of the test. If at all possible, please arrive to take the test at least 1/2 hour before the block of time ends.
 
 

Prerequisites

Program rating is level 3: Participants must have a belay qualification through the WSU SRC Climbing Wall, and be proficient in lead climbing.

Olympic National Park Backpacking

May 22 - May 25 in Olympic National Park Washington
[F] 2:00 p.m. - 11:55 p.m.
[Sa] 12:00 a.m. - 11:55 p.m.
[Su] 12:00 a.m. - 11:55 p.m.
[M] 12:00 a.m. - 11:55 p.m.
$150(m)/$250(nm)
 
 
Have you ever wanted to give backpacking a try? Join the ORC for an unforgettable experience in one of our nation’s most beautiful and diverse National Parks! Rocky Pacific coastline, temperate rainforests, and alpine mountain glaciers can all be found in the beautiful and diverse Olympic National Park. Designated a World Heritage Site in 1981, people travel from around the world to get this experience of a lifetime! You’ll learn the skill of backpacking while trekking through this beautiful northwestern park.

Trip rating is level 2. No experience necessary! Trip cost includes; group gear, backpacking equipment, transportation, permits, and an Adventure Facilitator (Food is NOT included). You will need to provide appropriate hiking footwear, such as waterproof/breathable/sturdy boots or shoes that are designed for hiking (If you have questions/concerns regarding this, please contact the ORC).

Sign up early and get $25 off your registration. Participants who register in the first 30 days will pay a discounted price of $150 for members and $250 for non-members. On May 8th, registration will return to its original cost of $175 for members and $275 for non- members.

The Pre Trip Meeting will on May 19th, at 6:00 p.m. in the ORC lobby.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. • Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Registration Ends May 22

Aqua Fit Water Aerobics

w/ Varies
May 13 - Jun 21 in Gibb Pool Swimming Pool
[M W F] 12:10 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
$20(m)/$25(nm)
 
 
Using the resistance of the water, water aerobics focuses on promoting strength and cardiovascular endurance. Instructor: Varies
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

Barre, Strength MW

w/ Katie W
May 13 - Jun 21 in SRC Room 256
[M W] 5:00 p.m. - 5:50 p.m.
$25(m)
 
 
Barre fuses ballet, pilates, and strength conditioning for a low impact, high intensity workout and deep recovery stretching. Emphasizing building strength and length in the lower body. Instructors: Morgan F
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

Barre, Strength TTh

May 13 - Jun 21 in SRC Room 256
[T Th] 4:00 p.m. - 4:50 p.m.
$25(m)
 
 
Barre fuses ballet, pilates, and strength conditioning for a low impact, high intensity workout and deep recovery stretching. Emphasizing building strength and length in the lower body. Instructors: Katie W.
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

BodyPump, Evening

w/ Amy C
May 13 - Jun 21 in Smith Gym Room 215
[T Th] 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
$21(m)/$26(nm)
 
 
Interested in building strength and having a blast? Try BodyPump! Work through eight tracks to build strength in every major muscle group. This Les Mills format will challenge you every class with compound and isolation movements using a barbell, free weights and an aerobic step. Instructor: Amy C.
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

BodyPump, Express

w/ Olivia
May 13 - Jun 21 in Smith Gym Room 215
[M W] 4:10 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
$20(m)/$25(nm)
 
 
Interested in building strength and having a blast? Try BodyPump! Work through eight tracks to build strength in every major muscle group. This Les Mills format will challenge you every class with compound and isolation movements using a barbell, free weights and an aerobic step. Instructor: Olivia F.
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

BodyPump, Express

w/ Jess N
May 13 - Jun 21 in Smith Gym Room 215
[M W F] 11:00 a.m. - 11:50 a.m.
$25(m)/$30(nm)
 
 
Interested in building strength and having a blast? Try BodyPump! Work through eight tracks to build strength in every major muscle group. This Les Mills format will challenge you every class with compound and isolation movements using a barbell, free weights and an aerobic step. Instructor: Jessica N.
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

BodyPump, Morning

w/ Angie I
May 13 - Jun 21 in Smith Gym Room 215
[M W] 7:10 a.m. - 8:10 a.m.
$21(m)/$26(nm)
 
 
Interested in building strength and having a blast? Try BodyPump! Work through eight tracks to build strength in every major muscle group. This Les Mills format will challenge you every class with compound and isolation movements using a barbell, free weights and an aerobic step. Instructor: Angie I.
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

Boot Camp

w/ Emily
May 13 - Jun 21 in SRC Room 245
[T Th] 5:00 p.m. - 5:45 p.m.
$19(m)
 
 
Challenge your agility, strength, cardiovascular fitness and core stabilization a variety of body weight exercises to deliver intense, military style training. These drills are sure to keep you on your feet! Instructor: Emily
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

Cardio Kickboxing: Turbokick

w/ Angie I
May 13 - Jun 21 in SRC Room 256
[M W] 6:00 p.m. - 6:40 p.m.
$18(m)
 
 
Turbo Kick is a high-energy cardio kickboxing class that will have you punch, kick and jammin' your way to better health in no time! A fun way to add a little sweat and work to your weekend! Instructor: Leigha & Angie
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

CrossFit, Evening

May 13 - Jun 21 in Smith Gym Room 21
[M W] 6:00 p.m. - 7:10 p.m.
$60(m)/$73(nm)
 
 
CrossFit is constantly varied, functional movements performed at high intensities. CrossFit is broad, general and inclusive fitness that seeks to prepare participants for any physical or unknown contingency. You will work on the foundational movements of CrossFit while increasing your knowledge of fundamental CrossFit exercises and increasing your work capacity. This section is designed for those athletes who have previously participated in the WSU On Ramp Class. Participation in the On Ramp class is required for this section.
 
 

Prerequisites

CrossFit On Ramp/Foundations

CrossFit, Late Morning

May 13 - Jun 21 in Smith Gym Room 21
[M W] 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
$60(m)/$73(nm)
 
 
CrossFit is constantly varied, functional movements performed at high intensities. CrossFit is broad, general and inclusive fitness that seeks to prepare participants for any physical or unknown contingency. You will work on the foundational movements of CrossFit while increasing your knowledge of fundamental CrossFit exercises and increasing your work capacity. This section is designed for those athletes who have previously participated in the WSU On Ramp Class. Participation in the On Ramp class is required for this section.
 
 

Prerequisites

CrossFit On Ramp/Foundations

CrossFit, Morning

May 13 - Jun 21 in Smith Gym Room 21
[M W F] 6:30 a.m. - 7:40 a.m.
$90(m)/$109(nm)
 
 
CrossFit is constantly varied, functional movements performed at high intensities. CrossFit is broad, general and inclusive fitness that seeks to prepare participants for any physical or unknown contingency. You will work on the foundational movements of CrossFit while increasing your knowledge of fundamental CrossFit exercises and increasing your work capacity. This section is designed for those athletes who have previously participated in the WSU On Ramp Class. Participation in the On Ramp class is required for this section.
 
 

Prerequisites

CrossFit On Ramp/Foundations

CrossFit, Noon

May 13 - Jun 21 in Smith Gym Room 21
[T Th] 12:00 p.m. - 1:10 p.m.
$60(m)/$73(nm)
 
 
CrossFit is constantly varied, functional movements performed at high intensities. CrossFit is broad, general and inclusive fitness that seeks to prepare participants for any physical or unknown contingency. You will work on the foundational movements of CrossFit while increasing your knowledge of fundamental CrossFit exercises and increasing your work capacity. This section is designed for those athletes who have previously participated in the WSU On Ramp Class. Participation in the On Ramp class is required for this section.
 
 

Prerequisites

CrossFit On Ramp/Foundations

CrossFit,Evening, T/Th

May 13 - Jun 21 in Smith Gym Room 21
[T Th] 6:00 p.m. - 7:10 p.m.
$60(m)/$73(nm)
 
 
CrossFit is constantly varied, functional movements performed at high intensities. CrossFit is broad, general and inclusive fitness that seeks to prepare participants for any physical or unknown contingency. You will work on the foundational movements of CrossFit while increasing your knowledge of fundamental CrossFit exercises and increasing your work capacity. This section is designed for those athletes who have previously participated in the WSU On Ramp Class. Participation in the On Ramp class is required for this section.
 
 

Prerequisites

CrossFit On Ramp/Foundations

Dance Fitness

w/ Michelle/Elizabeth
May 13 - Jun 22 in SRC Room 256
[T Th] 6:10 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
$20(m)
 
 
Come experience the fun! This class format is a fresh fusion of hip hop and dance fitness choreography specifically designed to provide cardio, toning, and will have us engaging our core throughout class. The criteria for this class is designed to challenge endurance as the class progresses. No experience is required- we're just going to have fun and dance! A guaranteed fabulously fun fitness experience! Instructor: Michelle & Elizabeth
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

Fresh Air Yoga, Flow MW

w/ Molly
May 13 - Jun 21 in Yoga Lodge Main Room
[M W] 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
$25(m)/$30(nm)
 
 
Take your sun salutations to the sky. This class will work outside as weather permits, meeting the in the Yoga Lodge and at times, opening the lodge up to be open to the outside (via large sliding doors). Balancing the benefits of endurance and gentle yoga, yogaflow focuses on a moderate intensity work section with poses held for moderate intervals, shortening holds when necessary to drive practice. Building through a moderate intensity work phase, this class flows through poses without extended pauses or holds. Perfect for those of us who love yoga but have a hard time staying still for too long! Instructor: Molly S.
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

Fresh Air Yoga, Flow TTh

w/ Mandy
May 13 - Jun 21 in Yoga Lodge Main Room
[T Th] 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.
$25(m)/$30(nm)
 
 
Take your sun salutations to the sky. This class will work outside as weather permits, meeting the in the Yoga Lodge and at times, opening the lodge up to be open to the outside (via large sliding doors). Balancing the benefits of endurance and gentle yoga, yogaflow focuses on a moderate intensity work section with poses held for moderate intervals, shortening holds when necessary to drive practice. Building through a moderate intensity work phase, this class flows through poses without extended pauses or holds. Perfect for those of us who love yoga but have a hard time staying still for too long! Instructor: Molly S.
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

Gravity, Core

w/ Katie W
May 13 - Jun 21 in SRC Room 252
[M W F] 5:00 p.m. - 5:35 p.m.
$21(m)
 
 
A high intensity, low impact muscular endurance class that uses one piece of equipment to train the entire body. Focus in the class moves from muscular isolation, to muscular strength and core. One’s own body weight is used with and against gravity to create force and a workout that is customizable for all skill levels. Instructor: Katie W
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

Gravity, Express

w/ James
May 13 - Jun 21 in SRC Room 252
[M W F] 12:05 p.m. - 12:45 p.m.
$21(m)
 
 
Gravity Express offers an efficient, 40 minute full-body strength training workout during the noon hour. Instructor: James
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

Hot Yoga, Flow Early Evening

w/ Elizabeth
May 13 - Jun 21 in Yoga Lodge Main Room
[T Th] 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
$27(m)/$32(nm)
 
 
Balancing the benefits of endurance and gentle yoga, yogaflow focuses on a moderate intensity work section with poses held for moderate intervals, shortening holds when necessary to drive practice. Building through a moderate intensity work phase, this class flows through poses without extended pauses or holds. Perfect for those of us who love yoga but have a hard time staying still for too long! Instructor: Elizabeth
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

Hot Yoga, Power

w/ Joanne
May 13 - Jun 21 in Yoga Lodge Main Room
[M W] 7:15 a.m. - 8:05 a.m.
$26(m)/$31(nm)
 
 
This style of yoga will challenge participants by flowing through a wide variety of poses to challenge the body from head to toe through a higher intensity work phase. The work portion of the class is sustained for longer to allow all participants to find challenges and successes while achieving increased strength and flexibility. This class can be modified for all skill levels but is more suited toward those with some yoga experience looking to take their practice to the next level! Instructor: Joanne
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

Hot Yoga, Power Evening

w/ Karin
May 13 - Jun 21 in Yoga Lodge Main Room
[M W] 5:15 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.
$27(m)/$32(nm)
 
 
This style of yoga will challenge participants by flowing through a wide variety of poses to challenge the body from head to toe through a higher intensity work phase. The work portion of the class is sustained for longer to allow all participants to find challenges and successes while achieving increased strength and flexibility. This class can be modified for all skill levels but is more suited toward those with some yoga experience looking to take their practice to the next level! Instructor: Karin
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

Hot Yoga, Power Flow

w/ Natasha
May 13 - Jun 21 in Yoga Lodge Main Room
[T Th] 7:20 p.m. - 8:20 p.m.
$27(m)/$32(nm)
 
 
Balancing the benefits of endurance and gentle yoga, yogaflow focuses on a moderate intensity work section with poses held for moderate intervals, shortening holds when necessary to drive practice. Building through a moderate intensity work phase, this class flows through poses without extended pauses or holds. Perfect for those of us who love yoga but have a hard time staying still for too long! Instructor: Natasha
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

Insanity

w/ Ramon
May 13 - Jun 21 in SRC Room 245
[T Th] 4:00 p.m. - 4:50 p.m.
$20(m)
 
 
If you’re looking to take it to the next level - this workout is for you! INSANITY is high intensity interval training and total-body conditioning that will push you to your limits! With three blocks of work you’ll work on endurance, plyometrics, strength, balance, agility, and coordination. Are you ready to advance to the next level? Instructor: Ramon
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

Kickboxing

w/ Brenda
May 13 - Jun 22 in SRC Room 245
[M W] 7:10 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
$18(m)
 
 
Kickboxing challenges your cardiovascular endurance and strength with punching and kicking bag drills in an intense, circuit-style workout. Instructor: Brenda
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

Pilates

w/ Emily F
May 13 - Jun 21 in SRC Room 256
[T Th] 6:10 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
$23(m)
 
 
In addition to achieving greater mind/body awareness, you’ll increase your strength, endurance, flexibility, and stability using a 'core-centric' approach. Instructor: Emily F
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

Pink Gloves Boxing

w/ Varies
May 13 - Jun 22 in Smith Gym Room 115
[T Th] 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
$36(m)/$41(nm)
 
 
Work to reveal the champion within yourself in this circuit-style class for women. We’ll focus on goal setting and gaining strength through punching and conditioning drills. *With class purchase participants will receive handwraps and the PGB Manual. Gloves are required and will be available. *PGB kits will be available for a separate $40 purchase (containing PGB official logo gloves, keychain, and bag). Instructors: Varies
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

PiYo, Noon

w/ Elizabeth
May 13 - Jun 21 in Smith Gym Room 215
[M W] 12:05 p.m. - 12:50 p.m.
$18(m)/$23(nm)
 
 
PiYo is an athletic workout that pairs yoga and pilates inspired movements with upbeat music for a fast paced and fun mind body workout. This class will challenge your entire body, building strength, stability and stamina. Sweat and smiles will be shared by all in this workout! Instructor: Elizabeth
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

Shift 'n' Lift

w/ James
May 13 - Jun 21 in SRC Room 252
[T Th] 12:05 p.m. - 12:45 p.m.
$23(m)
 
 
This time efficient workout combines 25 minutes of cycling with 25 minutes of Gravity Strength training to enhance strength and cardiovascular fitness. You will start with interval cycling training that will include a variety of simulated terrain and then finish with a full body Gravity workout. Mixed level class – beginning and experienced participants welcome! Instructor: James
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

Spin, Early Evening

w/ Molly
May 13 - Jun 21 in SRC Room 252
[M W] 5:45 p.m. - 6:35 p.m.
$21(m)
 
 
You will leave this workout feeling energized, accomplished and ready for anything! You will ride through timed interval training and visualized outdoor courses to cruise flats, summit mountains, pass competitors and have fun cycling with a group. No experience necessary, this class is mixed level, designed to address the fitness needs of beginners and experienced cyclists alike. Instructor: Molly
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

Spin, Evening

w/ Amanda
May 13 - Jun 21 in SRC Room 252
[T Th] 6:15 p.m. - 7:05 p.m.
$21(m)
 
 
You will leave this workout feeling energized, accomplished and ready for anything! You will ride through timed interval training and visualized outdoor courses to cruise flats, summit mountains, pass competitors and have fun cycling with a group. No experience necessary, this class is mixed level, designed to address the fitness needs of beginners and experienced cyclists alike. Instructor: Amanda
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

Spin, HIIT

w/ Leigha
May 13 - Jun 21 in SRC Room 252
[T Th] 5:15 p.m. - 6:05 p.m.
$21(m)
 
 
This class will challenge you and take your fitness to the next level. Sprinting up mountains and racing straight aways, you'll find inner strength you didn't know you had and increase your cardiorespiratory fitness to the MAX! Instructor: Leigha
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

Spin, Morning

w/ Karin
May 13 - Jun 21 in SRC Room 252
[T Th] 7:10 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.
$21(m)
 
 
You will leave this early morning workout feeling energized, accomplished and ready to take on the day! You will ride through timed interval training and visualized outdoor courses to cruise flats, summit mountains, pass competitors and have fun cycling with a group. No experience necessary, this class is mixed level, designed to address the fitness needs of beginners and experienced cyclists alike. Instructor: Karin
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

Spin, Sunrise

w/ Joanne
May 13 - Jun 21 in SRC Room 252
[M W F] 6:00 a.m. - 7:00 a.m.
$24(m)
 
 
You will leave this early morning workout feeling energized, accomplished and ready to take on the day! You will ride through timed interval training and visualized outdoor courses to cruise flats, summit mountains, pass competitors and have fun cycling with a group. No experience necessary, this class is mixed level, designed to address the fitness needs of beginners and experienced cyclists alike. Instructor: Joanne
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

Step & Core

w/ Megan
May 13 - Jun 21 in Smith Gym Room 115
[T Th] 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
$17(m)/$22(nm)
 
 
No experience necessary for this choreographed step class that uses adjustable Reebok steps to increase intensity to provide a fantastic cardiovascular workout for all fitness levels. Instructor: Megan
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

TRX, Evening MW

May 13 - Jun 21 in SRC Room 245
[M W] 5:10 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
$18(m)
 
 
Accomplish a full body workout with just your body and gravity! You will increase strength and balance through interval TRX training in a format that will keep you moving so all class time can be directed at reaching your fitness goals. Mixed level class – beginning and experienced participants welcome! Instructor: Amy
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

TRX, Evening TTh

May 13 - Jun 21 in SRC Room 245
[T Th] 5:10 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
$18(m)
 
 
Accomplish a full body workout with just your body and gravity! You will increase strength and balance through interval TRX training in a format that will keep you moving so all class time can be directed at reaching your fitness goals. Mixed level class – beginning and experienced participants welcome! Instructor: Tanner
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

TRX, Morning Express

May 13 - Jun 21 in SRC Room 245
[M W F] 8:00 a.m. - 8:45 a.m.
$25(m)
 
 
Accomplish a full body workout in just 45 minutes! You will increase strength and balance through interval TRX training in a format that will keep you moving so all class time can be directed at reaching your fitness goals. Mixed level class – beginning and experienced participants welcome! Instructor:Ryan
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

TRX, Noon

May 13 - Jun 21 in SRC Room 245
[T Th] 12:10 p.m. - 12:50 p.m.
$16(m)
 
 
Accomplish a full body workout in just 45 minutes! You will increase strength and balance through interval TRX training in a format that will keep you moving so all class time can be directed at reaching your fitness goals. Mixed level class – beginning and experienced participants welcome! Instructor: Brad
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

Yoga, Gentle Flow Noon

May 11 - Jun 21 in Smith Gym Room 215
[T Th] 12:05 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
$25(m)/$30(nm)
 
 
This class will leave you feeling rejuvenated and peaceful by using movement to increase awareness in both mind and body. Participants build strength and flexibility through slowing down each phase of the class. Intensity stays low, focusing in on flexibility and presence in the practice, ending with a longer meditative practice. Poses are sequenced to provide a complete body workout while cultivating body awareness and mindfulness. You'll feel refreshed and rejuvenated. With an extended warm up, cool down and stretching portion, this class is a great option for beginners! Instructor: Deb
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

Yoga, Power Flow Evening

w/ Emily L
May 13 - Jun 21 in Yoga Lodge Main Room
[T Th] 6:10 p.m. - 7:10 p.m.
$25(m)/$30(nm)
 
 
Balancing the benefits of endurance and gentle yoga, yogaflow focuses on a moderate intensity work section with poses held for moderate intervals, shortening holds when necessary to drive practice. Building through a moderate intensity work phase, this class flows through poses without extended pauses or holds. Perfect for those of us who love yoga but have a hard time staying still for too long! Instructor: Emily L
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

Yoga, Power Morning

w/ Kate H
May 13 - Jun 21 in SRC Room 256
[T Th] 7:10 a.m. - 8:10 a.m.
$25(m)
 
 
This style of yoga will challenge participants by flowing through a wide variety of poses to challenge the body from head to toe through a higher intensity work phase. The work portion of the class is sustained for longer to allow all participants to find challenges and successes while achieving increased strength and flexibility. This class can be modified for all skill levels but is more suited toward those with some yoga experience looking to take their practice to the next level! Instructor: Kate H.
 
 

Prerequisites

Must be a member of the Student Recreation Center. Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

Zumba, Early Evening TTh

w/ Kate B
May 13 - Jun 21 in SRC Room 256
[T Th] 5:00 p.m. - 5:50 p.m.
$20(m)
 
 
Lose yourself in the music and find yourself in shape at the original dance-fitness party. Zumba® classes feature exotic rhythms set to high-energy Latin and international beats. Before you know it, you'll be getting fit and your energy levels will be soaring! It's easy to do, effective and totally exhilarating. Instructor: Kate
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

Zumba, Early Evening TTh

w/ Sung
May 13 - Jun 21 in SRC Room 245
[M W] 6:10 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
$20(m)
 
 
Lose yourself in the music and find yourself in shape at the original dance-fitness party. Zumba® classes feature exotic rhythms set to high-energy Latin and international beats. Before you know it, you'll be getting fit and your energy levels will be soaring! It's easy to do, effective and totally exhilarating. Instructor: Sung
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

Zumba, Evening

w/ Jenna
May 13 - Jun 21 in SRC Room 256
[M W] 7:00 p.m. - 7:50 p.m.
$20(m)
 
 
Lose yourself in the music and find yourself in shape at the original dance-fitness party. Zumba® classes feature exotic rhythms set to high-energy Latin and international beats. Before you know it, you'll be getting fit and your energy levels will be soaring! It's easy to do, effective and totally exhilarating. Instructor: Jenna
 
 

Prerequisites

Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

Registration Ends May 23

Belay Clinic

May 24 in SRC Climbing Wall
[Su] 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
$7(m)/$7(nm)
 
 
Do you want to participate in roped climbing in our facility? This course provides the necessary instruction to belay your partner, climb, and use our autobelay systems. You will have the opportunity at the end of the course to have your belay technique checked by the instructor so you can participate in roped climbing during facility hours.

Non-SRC members will need to pay an additional fee of $5.00 if escorted by current SRC Member, and $8.00 if not escorted by a current SRC member, to gain access to the SRC.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC programs are designed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Full refunds will be given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds will be given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Registration Ends May 24

Intro to Bike Maintenance

May 26 in ORC Bike Shop
[T] 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Free
 
 
Tired of that squeak? Brakes just not stopping you like they used to? This clinic walks you through the processes for keeping your bike in tip top shape. We cover the basic tuning procedure for the drive train, brakes, and wheels. No prior bicycle repair experience needed. Tools are provided.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Palouse Falls Day Hike

May 30 in Palouse Falls Idaho
[Sa] 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
$25(m)/$55(nm)
 
 
Did you know that one of the greatest waterfalls in the Northwest is less than 90 miles away? Here the Palouse River plummets 185 feet into the river's canyon with surrounding cliffs at over 350 feet high! Palouse Falls is a major feature of the channeled scablands created by the great Missoula Floods that swept through eastern Washington during the Great Ice Age. We will take you on a hike around the falls at the county park and talk about the geological and human history of the area. This adventure is extremely scenic and takes us away from roads and development.

Trip rating is level 1. No experience necessary. Trip cost includes: transportation and adventure facilitators (Food is NOT included, so bring snacks, a lunch, and water).

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. • Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Registration Ends May 30

Belay Clinic

May 31 in SRC Climbing Wall
[Su] 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
$7(m)/$7(nm)
 
 
Do you want to participate in roped climbing in our facility? This course provides the necessary instruction to belay your partner, climb, and use our autobelay systems. You will have the opportunity at the end of the course to have your belay technique checked by the instructor so you can participate in roped climbing during facility hours.

Non-SRC members will need to pay an additional fee of $5.00 if escorted by current SRC Member, and $8.00 if not escorted by a current SRC member, to gain access to the SRC.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC programs are designed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Full refunds will be given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds will be given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Registration Ends May 31

Lead Clinic

Jun 6 in SRC Climbing Wall
[Sa] 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
$5(m)/$5(nm)
 
 
Are you getting comfortable top-roping, and want to learn a new skill that you can apply outside? Lead climbing is the method of climbing where you clip your rope in to protection as you ascend, rather than being belayed through one anchor at the top of the climb (top roping). In this clinic we’ll teach you the skills needed to effectively lead climb and belay. The clinic will be instructional and have open time for you to practice skills you have been taught and skills you already know. Harness, shoes, and belay devices will all be provided.

Program rating is level 3: Participants must have a belay qualification through the WSU SRC Climbing Wall, and have a strong base knowledge of roped climbing methods and systems.

Non-SRC members will need to pay an additional fee of $5 if escorted by current SRC member, and $8 if not escorted by a current SRC member to gain access to the SRC.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC programs are designed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Full refunds will be given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds will be given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Prerequisites

Thank you for registering for the Lead Climbing Clinic! We are very excited to have you! This clinic will start at 1pm at the SRC Climbing Wall. We will provide all necessary gear. Plan on wearing appropriate athletic apparel, a water bottle and some snacks.

Program rating is level 3: Participants must have a belay qualification through the WSU SRC Climbing Wall, and have a strong base knowledge of roped climbing methods and systems.

National Trails Day: Clean-Up and Climb

Jun 6 in Granite Point Washington
[Sa] 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
$35(m)/$55(nm)
 
 
Granite Point is a local rock climbing site located on the beautiful Snake River. We will begin by cleaning up this beautiful area to make it a better place for all to enjoy. This is a great trip for beginners to get out and learn something new, and for our more experienced climbers to meet some new climbing partners. This fun day trip will begin by learning the basics such as putting on a harness, knot tying, learning the TBUS belay system, and general safety.

Trip rating is level 1. No experience necessary! Trip cost includes; all climbing equipment such as climbing shoes, harness, ropes, belay devices, transportation, instruction, and an Adventure Facilitator (food is NOT included so bring a snack, a lunch, and water).

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. • Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Women's Soccer Club Individual Dues - 2014-2015 Year

Sep 14 - May 31
 
$150(m)/$150(nm)
 
 
Women's Soccer Club 2014-2015 Dues.
 
 

Registration Ends June 1

Level 1 & 2 Youth Swim Lessons

Jun 1 - Jun 11 in SRC Pool
[M T W Th] 5:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
$25(m)/$35(nm)
 
 
Introduction to Water Skills

Orients participants to the aquatic environment and helps them to gain basic aquatic skills. Participants will learn how to enter and exit the water, in addition to learning breath control, retrieval of submerged objects, floating on the front and back, hand movements for treading in chest-deep water and an introduction to swimming on the front.
 
 

Prerequisites

Participants usually start at 6 years of age Level 1 - Introduction to Water Skills: helps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Students will work to gain confidence and submerge their face in the water. They will also practice assisted floating and kicking. Prerequisite: There is no prerequisite for this level. Level 2 - Fundamental Aquatic Skills: gives students success with fundamental skills. This level places emphasis on unassisted floating and swimming on the front and back. Prerequisite: Participants should be able to bob three times to chin level, enter and exit the water safely without assistance, be comfortable placing the face underwater, and be able to float on front and back for at least 3 seconds with support.

Level 3 & 4 Youth Swim Lessons

Jun 1 - Jun 11 in SRC Pool
[M T W Th] 5:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
$25(m)/$35(nm)
 
 
Stroke Development

Builds on the skills learned in Levels 1 and 2 to help participants achieve basic water competency. Participants will be introduced to the front crawl, elementary backstroke, scissor kick, breaststroke kick, and treading in deep water.
 
 

Prerequisites

Level 3 - Stroke Development: builds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Students will work to further coordinate front crawl and elementary back strokes. They will also be introduced to diving, treading water, scissors kick, and the butterfly kick. Prerequisite: Unassisted transition to front and back float for five seconds, unassisted push off and swim for 5 body lengths, roll to back, float for 15 seconds, and then swim 5 more body lengths using a combination of leg and arm action on front. Level 4 - Stroke Improvement: develops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. This level introduces the breaststroke, sidestroke, butterfly and open turns. Prerequisite: Jump into deep water from the side, swim front crawl for 15 yards, maintain position by treading or floating for 30 seconds, and then swim elementary backstroke for 15 yards.

Level 5 & 6 Youth Swim Lessons

Jun 1 - Jun 11 in SRC Pool
[M T W Th] 5:30 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.
$25(m)/$35(nm)
 
 
Stroke Refinement and Skill Proficiency

Helps to refine performance of all six swimming strokes (front crawl, backstroke, butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke) so participants can swim with greater efficiency and effectiveness over longer distances. Participants will also refine open-turns and learn how to do flip-turns while swimming.
 
 

Prerequisites

Successful demonstration of Level 4 exit skills assessment.

Parent & Child Swim Lessons

Jun 1 - Jun 11 in SRC Pool
[M T W Th] 6:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
$25(m)/$35(nm)
 
 
University Recreation’s Youth Swimming Program follows the American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim curriculum for children ages 6 months and up. Classes are designed to create a positive learning experience and develop lifelong swimming skills for each participant. Certified American Red Cross Water Safety Instructors participate in trainings and shadow teaching sessions before administering a class of their own. Lessons are designed to run in sessions consisting of 30 minute lessons with five minutes of wrap-up and parent discussion. The ratio of students to teachers is kept well below the American Red Cross recommendation of 1:10, preferably kept at 1:4-6. Parent/Child Swimming Lessons (ages 6 mos. to 3 years) The American Red Cross Parent and Child Aquatics program builds swimming readiness by emphasizing fun in the water. Parents and children participate in several guided practice sessions that help children learn elementary skills, including water entry, bubble blowing, front kicking, back floating, underwater exploration and more. Once children can perform basic skills without parental assistance, they may begin independent Preschool courses. Parent/Child Lessons are 30 minutes in duration.
 
 

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this class.

Preschool Swim Lessons

Jun 1 - Jun 11 in SRC Pool
[M T W Th] 6:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
$25(m)/$35(nm)
 
 
Familiarizes children ages 4 and 5 with the aquatic environment while helping to develop positive attitudes and safe practices in and around the water. Children will learn how to enter and exit the water, in addition to learning breath control, retrieval of submerged objects, floating on the front and back, treading and an introduction to swimming on the front.
 
 

Prerequisites

Child must be at least 4 years old.

There are no prerequisites for this level.

Women's Club Volleyball Dues (Gray)

Feb 2 - May 1
 
$150(m)/$150(nm)
 
 
Women's Volleyball Club Dues
 
 

Registration Ends June 6

Belay Clinic

Jun 7 in SRC Climbing Wall
[Su] 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
$7(m)/$7(nm)
 
 
Do you want to participate in roped climbing in our facility? This course provides the necessary instruction to belay your partner, climb, and use our autobelay systems. You will have the opportunity at the end of the course to have your belay technique checked by the instructor so you can participate in roped climbing during facility hours.

Non-SRC members will need to pay an additional fee of $5.00 if escorted by current SRC Member, and $8.00 if not escorted by a current SRC member, to gain access to the SRC.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC programs are designed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Full refunds will be given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds will be given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Registration Ends June 7

Lead Qualification Test Time Block (No Registration is Necessary)

Jun 7 in SRC Climbing Wall
[Su] 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Free
 
 
Are you already proficient in Lead climbing, and feel ready to test out on your acquired skills? This is a two-hour block of time we have set aside for you to demonstrate your skills through taking our lead qualification test. The test will take roughly 1/2 hour, and you will need to bring at least one other belay qualified climber with you to complete the lead belay component of the test. If at all possible, please arrive to take the test at least 1/2 hour before the block of time ends. Non-SRC members will need to pay an additional fee of $5 if escorted by current SRC member, and $8 if not escorted by a current SRC member to gain access to the SRC.
 
 

Prerequisites

Program rating is level 3: Participants must have a belay qualification through the WSU SRC Climbing Wall, and be proficient in lead climbing.

Climbers Toolbox: Minnehaha

Jun 13 in Minnehaha Washington
[Sa] 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
$50(m)/$80(nm)
 
 
Are you ready to climb outside on your own? Come up to Minnehaha Park with us for this great opportunity to attain the necessary skill sets in working towards safely climbing outside. Learn multiple skill sets such as, how to properly build anchor systems, methods to ascend rope, sport lead climbing, multi-pitch transitions, and rappelling!

Trip rating is level 2. Belay experience is preferred.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC programs are designed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline receive 50% refund. • Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Prerequisites

Belay experience preferred.

Junior Coxing (youth 12+): 7/13-8/15

May 30 - Aug 15
 
$30(m)/$30(nm)
 
 
The coxswain is the member of the crew who is responsible for steering and coordinating the crew. A good cox will use their mind, their voice and their senses to help each rower, and the crew as a whole, row their best. A coxswain can be a motivating force, and in a sense, an onboard coach. Whether you have previous coxing experience or would like to learn from scratch, you will be an important member in the boat. Typically a cox will weigh less than 150 pounds. Participants will meet at the Ken Abby Boathouse at Wawawai Landing - transportation is not provided. Palouse Rowing participants may opt into racing in Coeur d'Alene for our annual end of the summer race Saturday, August 15.
 
 

Prerequisites

Youth must be 12 years of age or older to participate. A basic swim test must be completed before you can start rowing. The test includes treading water for 10 minutes and swimming 4 lengths continuously. The pool is in the WSU Student Recreation Center. If you are not an SRC members, please sign in and inform the front desk why you are there. SRC staff will show you to the locker room. Please shower beforehand. Towels are provided.

Junior Crew (youth 12+): 5/30-7/1

May 30 - Jul 1 in Wawawai Boathouse
 
$165(m)/$165(nm)
 
 
This class will take a wide range of experience levels and ages to form a mixed masters crew. Skills are reviewed and a training foundation is built. Sweep rowing is our focus but some sculling is introduced. Participants will meet at the Wawawai Boathouse - transportation is not provided. This session is for people with previous rowing experience. If you are uncertain if your skill level is sufficient please contact Coach Ericsson
 
 

Prerequisites

A basic swim test must be completed before you can start rowing. The test includes treading water for 10 minutes and swimming 4 lengths continuously. The pool is in the WSU Student Recreation Center. If you are not an SRC members, please sign in and inform the front desk why you are there. SRC staff will show you to the locker room. Please shower beforehand. Towels are provided.

Masters Coxing: 5/30-8/15

May 30 - Aug 15 in Wawawai Boathouse
 
$30(m)/$30(nm)
 
 
The coxswain is the member of the crew who is responsible for steering and coordinating the crew. A good cox will use their mind, their voice and their senses to help each rower, and the crew as a whole, row their best. A coxswain can be a motivating force, and in a sense, an onboard coach. Whether you have previous coxing experience or would like to learn from scratch, you will be an important member in the boat. Typically a cox will weigh less than 150 pounds. Participants will meet at the Ken Abby Boathouse at Wawawai Landing - transportation is not provided. Palouse Rowing participants may opt into racing in Coeur d'Alene for our annual end of the summer race Saturday, August 15.
 
 

Prerequisites

A basic swim test must be completed before you can start rowing. The test includes treading water for 10 minutes and swimming 4 lengths continuously. The pool is in the WSU Student Recreation Center. If you are not an SRC members, please sign in and inform the front desk why you are there. SRC staff will show you to the locker room. Please shower beforehand. Towels are provided.

Masters Crew: 5/30-7/1

May 30 - Jul 1 in Wawawai Boathouse
 
$165(m)/$165(nm)
 
 
In rowing, masters just means you’re an adult with some level of experience. This class will take a wide range of experience levels and ages to form a mixed masters crew. Skills are reviewed and a training foundation is built. Sweep rowing is our focus but some sculling is introduced. Participants will meet at the Wawawai Boathouse - transportation is not provided. This session is for people with previous rowing experience. If you are uncertain if your skill level is sufficient please contact Coach Ericsson.
 
 

Prerequisites

A basic swim test must be completed before you can start rowing. Be sure to mark your calendar to attend one of the times listed below before your session starts! The test includes treading water for 10 minutes and swimming 4 lengths continuously. The pool is in the WSU Student Recreation Center. If you are not an SRC members, please sign in and inform the front desk why you are there. SRC staff will show you to the locker room. Please shower beforehand. Towels are provided.

North Cascades Ross Lake Kayak Tour

Jul 2 - Jul 6 in Ross Lake Washington
[Th] 1:00 p.m. - 11:55 p.m.
[F] 12:00 a.m. - 11:55 p.m.
[Sa] 12:00 a.m. - 11:55 p.m.
[Su] 12:00 a.m. - 11:55 p.m.
[M] 12:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m.
$150(m)/$250(nm)
 
 
This multi-day expedition-style kayak tour along Ross Lake, the vast, 23-mile long reservoir, provides paddlers (novice and experienced alike) the opportunity to tour the Ross Lake National Recreation Area and witness some of the North Cascades National Park’s most stunning scenery from the cockpit of their kayak. Surrounded by ancient forests, fed by fast-moving creeks draining glaciers of the steep, dramatic North Cascades, Ross Lake is a kayak touring dream trip. Advance your expeditionary kayak touring skills, see new places, and forge new friendships. Where we’re going, we don’t need roads. In fact, the only road access to this lake is via Canada. Most of our paddling will take place along the rugged, roadless, mostly wilderness, shorelines of the US. Although most people never see them, grizzly and black bears, mountain lions, and wolves can be encountered along the lakeshore.

Participants can expect to learn and practice the following kayak skills with experienced facilitators: • Wet Exit* • T-Rescue* • Lifting, Carrying, Launching and Landing • Efficient Forward Paddling • Reverse Paddling and Stopping • Moving the Kayak Sideways • Preventing Capsize • Turning • *To be instructed during pool session, night of pre-trip meeting.

We will learn and practice Leave No Trace skills to minimize our impact on the environment. Participants will receive an official Leave No Trace Awareness certificate for participation in this program.

Itinerary: We’ll depart Thursday, around 1pm, camp Thursday night at a campground along the North Cascades Highway, visit the National Park ranger station in Marblemount Friday morning to fine-tune our float plan, put in on Diablo Lake, paddle 5.5 miles towards Ross Dam, portage around the dam around lunchtime, gain access to Ross Lake, camp along Ross Lake Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights, and travel back to Pullman Monday. We may have opportunities for short hikes in the North Cascades National Park.

Sign up early and receive $25 off your registration. Participants who register in the first 30 days will pay a discounted price of $150 for members and $250 for non-members. On May 8th, registration will return to its original cost of $175 for members and $275 for non- members.

Trip rating is level 3: • We will be paddling on a big, cold lake with conditions that could change quickly. As such, some kayaking experience is required. If you haven’t been paddling in a while (or ever), please try to get some paddling in prior to the trip. Getting out on a sunset paddle or renting a kayak might be good options. • This trip requires that participants are in good physical condition and be able to paddle 10-12 miles/day for 3-4 consecutive days. If you have any questions, please consult your physician. • Participants must be able to demonstrate proficiency (after instruction and practice) in wet exits and T-rescues at mandatory pool session/pre-trip meeting. Trip cost includes: kayaking gear, camping equipment, transportation, permits, portage fees, and adventure facilitators (food NOT included).

The Pre-Trip Meeting and Pool Session will begin promptly at 5pm on June 11, at the Outdoor Recreation Center and may go until about 10pm. Please bring a swimsuit. We will travel as a group to the pool.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. • Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Prerequisites

Pre-trip meeting and completing of pool session which will take place at the pre-trip meeting starting at 5pm on June 11th.

Sunset Paddle

Jun 10 in Snake River Wawawai
[W] 3:45 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
$25(m)/$40(nm)
 
 
Located only 30 minutes from WSU’s campus, the Snake River is perhaps one of the most well-known and scenic rivers in the entire United States. Come enjoy this beautiful river as you watch the sun set.

Participants will have the opportunity to explore the river in their own sea kayak. Paddling down the Snake River will surely put anyone in a calm and relaxed state of mind. This is one of our most popular and well-liked trips- so register early!

Trip rating is level 1. No experience is necessary. Trip cost includes; kayak rental, transportation, and an Adventure Facilitator (food is NOT included so bring a snack and some water). This trip runs rain or shine.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. • Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Registration Ends June 9

Adult Beginner-Swim Lessons

Jun 9 - Jul 2 in Smith Gym Room 77 (Pool)
[T Th] 7:00 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.
$38(m)/$48(nm)
 
 
Learning the Basics

These lessons will help you learn how to be comfortable and active in the water. You will learn how to float, submerge completely, propel yourself through the water on the front and back, and begin to learn the basics of the front and back crawl strokes.
 
 

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this class.

Adult Intermediate-Swim Lessons

Jun 9 - Jul 2 in Smith Gym Room 77 (Pool)
[T Th] 7:00 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.
$38(m)/$48(nm)
 
 
Improving Skills and Swimming Strokes

You will learn and improve proficiency in basic aquatic skills and the six basic swimming strokes. These lessons will teach you how to become a more efficient and effective swimmer. You will also learn how to be safe in and around the water.
 
 

Prerequisites

You must be comfortable in chest-deep water, able to put your face in the water, and able to perform 15 yards of the front crawl, breast stroke and back crawl.

Registration Ends June 13

Belay Clinic

Jun 14 in SRC Climbing Wall
[Su] 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
$7(m)/$7(nm)
 
 
Do you want to participate in roped climbing in our facility? This course provides the necessary instruction to belay your partner, climb, and use our autobelay systems. You will have the opportunity at the end of the course to have your belay technique checked by the instructor so you can participate in roped climbing during facility hours.

Non-SRC members will need to pay an additional fee of $5.00 if escorted by current SRC Member, and $8.00 if not escorted by a current SRC member, to gain access to the SRC.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC programs are designed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Full refunds will be given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds will be given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Registration Ends June 14

Trail of Coeur d'Alene Bike Tour

Jun 19 - Jun 21 in Trail of the Coeur d'Alene Idaho
[F] 4:00 p.m. - 11:55 p.m.
[Sa] 12:00 a.m. - 11:55 a.m.
[Su] 12:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
$95(m)/$155(nm)
 
 
In this biking trip to the Trail of Coeur d’Alene, you will have 2 nights of camping and 2 full days of bike riding (averaging about 35 miles a day). We will provide a vehicle and an Adventure Facilitator that will transport your camping gear from one campsite to another so you do not have to carry camping gear with you while you are bicycling the trail. The Trail of the Coeur d'Alene bike path follows the Union Pacific Railroad right-of-way from Mullan, a mountain mining town near the Montana border, to Plummer, a town on the prairie near the Washington border. More than 71 miles of paved path takes you from high mountain splendor, through the historic Silver Valley, into the chain lakes region, along the shore of Lake Coeur d'Alene, over the Chatcolet Bridge to Heyburn State Park, and finally climbs to the Palouse prairie.

Trip Rating is level 2. This trip is designed for all levels of cyclists, but you must be able to ride a bicycle with little effort. Trip costs includes equipment, transportation, permits, Adventure Facilitator and bicycle and helmet if needed (Food is NOT included).

The mandatory pre-trip meeting will take place June 16th from 6:00-9:00pm at the Outdoor Recreation Center.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. • Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Registration Ends June 16

Adult First Aid/CPR/AED

Jun 17 in SRC Room 144 (Classroom)
[W] 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
$58(m)/$66(nm)
 
 
Learn to save a life! American Red Cross safety education classes will prepare you for emergencies. This training covers First Aid, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) for work place, schools and community. First Aid Certification and CPR/AED certifications are both valid for 2 years. Our refund policy is: full refunds given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Prerequisites

If less than 18 years of age, please register using youth registration form available on the UREC youth page.

Registration Ends June 17

Salmon River Raft & Camp

Jun 26 - Jun 27 in Salmon River Riggins, ID
[F] 4:00 p.m. - 11:55 p.m.
[Sa] 12:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
$115(m)/$160(nm)
 
 
Are you ready to rejuvenate your mind with a world class white water adventure rafting on Idaho’s Salmon River? Using a well-established white water company, this trip includes a guided rafting experience on this gorgeous river.

We will start our day with a three hour scenic drive to Lucile, Idaho. Once we arrive, we will set up camp at a campground near the river. On Saturday we will pack up camp and head to the river where we will paddle Class II and III water and have lunch at the river. After a day of paddling we will head back to Pullman where we will arrive at 8:00pm.

Trip rating is level 2. No rafting experience necessary! Trip cost includes transportation, raft guides, all necessary group camping gear, rafting equipment, and a gourmet lunch.

There is a mandatory pre-trip meeting on June 24th at 6:00pm at the ORC.

Cancelation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. • Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Registration Ends June 20

Adult & Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED

Jun 21 in SRC Room 144 (Classroom)
[Su] 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
$58(m)/$66(nm)
 
 
Learn to save a life! American Red Cross safety education classes will prepare you for emergencies. This training covers First Aid, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) for work place, schools and community. First Aid Certification and CPR/AED certifications are both valid for 2 years. Our refund policy is: full refunds given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Prerequisites

If less than 18 years of age, please register using youth registration form available on the UREC youth page.

Belay Clinic

Jun 21 in SRC Climbing Wall
[Su] 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
$7(m)/$7(nm)
 
 
Do you want to participate in roped climbing in our facility? This course provides the necessary instruction to belay your partner, climb, and use our autobelay systems. You will have the opportunity at the end of the course to have your belay technique checked by the instructor so you can participate in roped climbing during facility hours.

Non-SRC members will need to pay an additional fee of $5.00 if escorted by current SRC Member, and $8.00 if not escorted by a current SRC member, to gain access to the SRC.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC programs are designed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Full refunds will be given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds will be given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Registration Ends June 21

Lead Clinic

Jun 27 in SRC Climbing Wall
[Sa] 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
$5(m)/$5(nm)
 
 
Are you getting comfortable top-roping, and want to learn a new skill that you can apply outside? Lead climbing is the method of climbing where you clip your rope in to protection as you ascend, rather than being belayed through one anchor at the top of the climb (top roping). In this clinic we’ll teach you the skills needed to effectively lead climb and belay. The clinic will be instructional and have open time for you to practice skills you have been taught and skills you already know. Harness, shoes, and belay devices will all be provided.

Program rating is level 3: Participants must have a belay qualification through the WSU SRC Climbing Wall, and have a strong base knowledge of roped climbing methods and systems.

Non-SRC members will need to pay an additional fee of $5 if escorted by current SRC member, and $8 if not escorted by a current SRC member to gain access to the SRC.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC programs are designed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Full refunds will be given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds will be given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Prerequisites

Thank you for registering for the Lead Climbing Clinic! We are very excited to have you! This clinic will start at 1pm at the SRC Climbing Wall. We will provide all necessary gear. Plan on wearing appropriate athletic apparel, a water bottle and some snacks.

Program rating is level 3: Participants must have a belay qualification through the WSU SRC Climbing Wall, and have a strong base knowledge of roped climbing methods and systems.

Junior Learn to Row (youth 12+): 6/13-7/2

Jun 13 - Jul 2 in Wawawai Boathouse
 
$150(m)/$150(nm)
 
 
WSU Men’s Crew is sponsoring its tenth annual Learn To Row for ages 12+ and adults of all ages. Participants will learn sweep rowing (in which each rower has one oar) and row in 8 and 4 person boats. At the coach’s discretion, those that complete the Learn to Row are encouraged to continue into the Team Camp. Participants will meet at the Ken Abby Boathouse at Wawawai Landing - transportation is not provided.
 
 

Prerequisites

A basic swim test must be completed before you can start rowing. The test includes treading water for 10 minutes and swimming 4 lengths continuously. The pool is in the WSU Student Recreation Center. If you are not an SRC members, please sign in and inform the front desk why you are there. SRC staff will show you to the locker room. Please shower beforehand. Towels are provided.

Learn to Row (Coed): 6/13-7/2

Jun 13 - Jul 2 in Wawawai Boathouse
 
$150(m)/$150(nm)
 
 
WSU Men’s Crew is sponsoring its tenth annual Learn To Row for ages 12+ and adults of all ages. Participants will learn sweep rowing (in which each rower has one oar) and row in 8 and 4 person boats. At the coach’s discretion, those that complete the Learn to Row are encouraged to continue into the Team Camp. Participants will meet at the Ken Abbey Boathouse at Wawawai Landing - transportation is not provided.
 
 

Prerequisites

Youth must be registered by a parent or legal guardian for Youth Learn to Row online or via a Youth Learn to Row registration form at the SRC. A basic swim test must be completed before you can start rowing. The test includes treading water for 10 minutes and swimming 4 lengths continuously. The pool is in the WSU Student Recreation Center. If you are not an SRC members, please sign in and inform the front desk why you are there. SRC staff will show you to the locker room. Please shower beforehand. Towels are provided.

Sunset Paddle

Jun 24 in Snake River Wawawai
[W] 3:45 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
$25(m)/$40(nm)
 
 
Located only 30 minutes from WSU’s campus, the Snake River is perhaps one of the most well-known and scenic rivers in the entire United States. Come enjoy this beautiful river as you watch the sun set.

Participants will have the opportunity to explore the river in their own sea kayak. Paddling down the Snake River will surely put anyone in a calm and relaxed state of mind. This is one of our most popular and well-liked trips- so register early!

Trip rating is level 1. No experience is necessary. Trip cost includes; kayak rental, transportation, and an Adventure Facilitator (food is NOT included so bring a snack and some water). This trip runs rain or shine.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. • Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Registration Ends June 22

Level 1 & 2 Youth Swim Lessons

Jun 22 - Jul 2 in SRC Pool
[M T W Th] 5:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
$25(m)/$35(nm)
 
 
Introduction to Water Skills

Orients participants to the aquatic environment and helps them to gain basic aquatic skills. Participants will learn how to enter and exit the water, in addition to learning breath control, retrieval of submerged objects, floating on the front and back, hand movements for treading in chest-deep water and an introduction to swimming on the front.
 
 

Prerequisites

Participants usually start at 6 years of age Level 1 - Introduction to Water Skills: helps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Students will work to gain confidence and submerge their face in the water. They will also practice assisted floating and kicking. Prerequisite: There is no prerequisite for this level. Level 2 - Fundamental Aquatic Skills: gives students success with fundamental skills. This level places emphasis on unassisted floating and swimming on the front and back. Prerequisite: Participants should be able to bob three times to chin level, enter and exit the water safely without assistance, be comfortable placing the face underwater, and be able to float on front and back for at least 3 seconds with support.

Level 3 & 4 Youth Swim Lessons

Jun 22 - Jul 2 in SRC Pool
[M T W Th] 5:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
$25(m)/$35(nm)
 
 
Stroke Development

Builds on the skills learned in Levels 1 and 2 to help participants achieve basic water competency. Participants will be introduced to the front crawl, elementary backstroke, scissor kick, breaststroke kick, and treading in deep water.
 
 

Prerequisites

Level 3 - Stroke Development: builds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Students will work to further coordinate front crawl and elementary back strokes. They will also be introduced to diving, treading water, scissors kick, and the butterfly kick. Prerequisite: Unassisted transition to front and back float for five seconds, unassisted push off and swim for 5 body lengths, roll to back, float for 15 seconds, and then swim 5 more body lengths using a combination of leg and arm action on front. Level 4 - Stroke Improvement: develops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. This level introduces the breaststroke, sidestroke, butterfly and open turns. Prerequisite: Jump into deep water from the side, swim front crawl for 15 yards, maintain position by treading or floating for 30 seconds, and then swim elementary backstroke for 15 yards.

Level 5 & 6 Youth Swim Lessons

Jun 22 - Jul 2 in SRC Pool
[M T W Th] 5:30 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.
$25(m)/$35(nm)
 
 
Stroke Refinement and Skill Proficiency

Helps to refine performance of all six swimming strokes (front crawl, backstroke, butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke) so participants can swim with greater efficiency and effectiveness over longer distances. Participants will also refine open-turns and learn how to do flip-turns while swimming.
 
 

Prerequisites

Successful demonstration of Level 4 exit skills assessment.

Parent & Child Swim Lessons

Jun 22 - Jul 2 in SRC Pool
[M T W Th] 6:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
$25(m)/$35(nm)
 
 
University Recreation’s Youth Swimming Program follows the American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim curriculum for children ages 6 months and up. Classes are designed to create a positive learning experience and develop lifelong swimming skills for each participant. Certified American Red Cross Water Safety Instructors participate in trainings and shadow teaching sessions before administering a class of their own. Lessons are designed to run in sessions consisting of 30 minute lessons with five minutes of wrap-up and parent discussion. The ratio of students to teachers is kept well below the American Red Cross recommendation of 1:10, preferably kept at 1:4-6. Parent/Child Swimming Lessons (ages 6 mos. to 3 years) The American Red Cross Parent and Child Aquatics program builds swimming readiness by emphasizing fun in the water. Parents and children participate in several guided practice sessions that help children learn elementary skills, including water entry, bubble blowing, front kicking, back floating, underwater exploration and more. Once children can perform basic skills without parental assistance, they may begin independent Preschool courses. Parent/Child Lessons are 30 minutes in duration.
 
 

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this class.

Preschool Swim Lessons

Jun 22 - Jul 2 in SRC Pool
[M T W Th] 6:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
$25(m)/$35(nm)
 
 
Familiarizes children ages 4 and 5 with the aquatic environment while helping to develop positive attitudes and safe practices in and around the water. Children will learn how to enter and exit the water, in addition to learning breath control, retrieval of submerged objects, floating on the front and back, treading and an introduction to swimming on the front.
 
 

Prerequisites

Child must be at least 4 years old.

There are no prerequisites for this level.

Yoga, Power Flow Saturday

w/ Karin
May 13 - Jun 22 in Yoga Lodge Main Room
[Sa] 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
$14(m)/$19(nm)
 
 
Balancing the benefits of endurance and gentle yoga, yogaflow focuses on a moderate intensity work section with poses held for moderate intervals, shortening holds when necessary to drive practice. Building through a moderate intensity work phase, this class flows through poses without extended pauses or holds. Perfect for those of us who love yoga but have a hard time staying still for too long! Instructor: Karin
 
 

Prerequisites

Must be a member of the Student Recreation Center. Please bring your Cougar Card to check in with the instructor.

**Refund Policy: Full refund within 6 days following the first class; 50% refund within 13 days following the first class. No refund will be given after 13 days of the start of the class.

If you have received an incentive tank/t-shirt there will be an $8 fee withheld so UREC can continue to maintain affordable and quality group fitness programming.

Accessibility: Reasonable accommodations are available with adequate prior notification. Contact Joanne Greene or Jeff Elbracht at 335-9669 for more information.

Registration Ends June 26

Belay Clinic

Jun 27 in SRC Climbing Wall
[Sa] 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
$7(m)/$7(nm)
 
 
Do you want to participate in roped climbing in our facility? This course provides the necessary instruction to belay your partner, climb, and use our autobelay systems. You will have the opportunity at the end of the course to have your belay technique checked by the instructor so you can participate in roped climbing during facility hours.

Non-SRC members will need to pay an additional fee of $5.00 if escorted by current SRC Member, and $8.00 if not escorted by a current SRC member, to gain access to the SRC.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC programs are designed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Full refunds will be given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds will be given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Registration Ends June 27

Belay Clinic

Jun 28 in SRC Climbing Wall
[Su] 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
$7(m)/$7(nm)
 
 
Do you want to participate in roped climbing in our facility? This course provides the necessary instruction to belay your partner, climb, and use our autobelay systems. You will have the opportunity at the end of the course to have your belay technique checked by the instructor so you can participate in roped climbing during facility hours.

Non-SRC members will need to pay an additional fee of $5.00 if escorted by current SRC Member, and $8.00 if not escorted by a current SRC member, to gain access to the SRC.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC programs are designed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Full refunds will be given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds will be given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Registration Ends June 28

Lead Qualification Test Time Block (No Registration is Necessary)

Jun 28 in SRC Climbing Wall
[Su] 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Free
 
 
Are you already proficient in Lead climbing, and feel ready to test out on your acquired skills? This is a two-hour block of time we have set aside for you to demonstrate your skills through taking our lead qualification test. The test will take roughly 1/2 hour, and you will need to bring at least one other belay qualified climber with you to complete the lead belay component of the test. If at all possible, please arrive to take the test at least 1/2 hour before the block of time ends. Non-SRC members will need to pay an additional fee of $5 if escorted by current SRC member, and $8 if not escorted by a current SRC member to gain access to the SRC.
 
 

Prerequisites

Program rating is level 3: Participants must have a belay qualification through the WSU SRC Climbing Wall, and be proficient in lead climbing.

Sunset Paddle & Yoga

Jul 1 in Snake River Wawawai
[W] 3:45 p.m. - 8:45 p.m.
$35(m)/$55(nm)
 
 
Located only 30 minutes from WSU’s campus, the Snake River is perhaps one of the most well-known and scenic rivers in the entire United States. Come enjoy this beautiful river as you watch the sun set.

Beginning with a relaxing yoga session, participants will take in the beautiful scenery before exploring the river in their own sea kayak. Paddling down the Snake River will surely put anyone in a calm and relaxed state of mind. This is one of our most popular and well-liked trips- so register early!

Trip rating is level 1. No experience is necessary. Trip cost includes; kayak rental, yoga mat, transportation, yoga instructor, and an Adventure Facilitator (food is NOT included so bring a snack and some water). This trip runs rain or shine.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. • Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Registration Ends July 4

Belay Clinic

Jul 5 in SRC Climbing Wall
[Su] 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
$7(m)/$7(nm)
 
 
Do you want to participate in roped climbing in our facility? This course provides the necessary instruction to belay your partner, climb, and use our autobelay systems. You will have the opportunity at the end of the course to have your belay technique checked by the instructor so you can participate in roped climbing during facility hours.

Non-SRC members will need to pay an additional fee of $5.00 if escorted by current SRC Member, and $8.00 if not escorted by a current SRC member, to gain access to the SRC.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC programs are designed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Full refunds will be given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds will be given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Registration Ends July 5

Lead Clinic

Jul 11 in SRC Climbing Wall
[Sa] 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
$5(m)/$5(nm)
 
 
Are you getting comfortable top-roping, and want to learn a new skill that you can apply outside? Lead climbing is the method of climbing where you clip your rope in to protection as you ascend, rather than being belayed through one anchor at the top of the climb (top roping). In this clinic we’ll teach you the skills needed to effectively lead climb and belay. The clinic will be instructional and have open time for you to practice skills you have been taught and skills you already know. Harness, shoes, and belay devices will all be provided.

Program rating is level 3: Participants must have a belay qualification through the WSU SRC Climbing Wall, and have a strong base knowledge of roped climbing methods and systems.

Non-SRC members will need to pay an additional fee of $5 if escorted by current SRC member, and $8 if not escorted by a current SRC member to gain access to the SRC.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC programs are designed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Full refunds will be given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds will be given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Prerequisites

Thank you for registering for the Lead Climbing Clinic! We are very excited to have you! This clinic will start at 1pm at the SRC Climbing Wall. We will provide all necessary gear. Plan on wearing appropriate athletic apparel, a water bottle and some snacks.

Program rating is level 3: Participants must have a belay qualification through the WSU SRC Climbing Wall, and have a strong base knowledge of roped climbing methods and systems.

Palouse Falls Day Paddle

Jul 11 in Palouse Falls Idaho
[Sa] 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
$35(m)/$60(nm)
 
 
Did you know that one of the greatest waterfalls in the Northwest is less than 90 miles away? The Palouse River plummets 185 feet into the river's canyon. Several miles before the falls, the Palouse River meets the dammed Snake River which creates a lake of flat water that is great for paddling.

We will paddle in sea kayaks up the Palouse River and back. This is a perfect opportunity for you to practice and perfect your kayaking paddling and strokes. After paddling the river, we will drive to the Palouse Falls County Park where you will view the breathtaking Palouse Falls. There are limited spots, so sign up today!

Trip rating is level 2 and is a full day paddle trip. Trip cost includes: transportation, kayak rental, and a trip leader (Food is NOT included, so bring snacks, a lunch, and water).

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. • Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Sunset Paddle

Jul 8 in Snake River Wawawai
[W] 3:45 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
$25(m)/$40(nm)
 
 
Located only 30 minutes from WSU’s campus, the Snake River is perhaps one of the most well-known and scenic rivers in the entire United States. Come enjoy this beautiful river as you watch the sun set.

Participants will have the opportunity to explore the river in their own sea kayak. Paddling down the Snake River will surely put anyone in a calm and relaxed state of mind. This is one of our most popular and well-liked trips- so register early!

Trip rating is level 1. No experience is necessary. Trip cost includes; kayak rental, transportation, and an Adventure Facilitator (food is NOT included so bring a snack and some water). This trip runs rain or shine.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. • Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Registration Ends July 7

Adult Beginner-Swim Lessons

Jul 7 - Jul 30 in Smith Gym Room 77 (Pool)
[T Th] 7:00 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.
$38(m)/$48(nm)
 
 
Learning the Basics

These lessons will help you learn how to be comfortable and active in the water. You will learn how to float, submerge completely, propel yourself through the water on the front and back, and begin to learn the basics of the front and back crawl strokes.
 
 

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this class.

Adult Intermediate-Swim Lessons

Jul 7 - Jul 30 in Smith Gym Room 77 (Pool)
[T Th] 7:00 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.
$38(m)/$48(nm)
 
 
Improving Skills and Swimming Strokes

You will learn and improve proficiency in basic aquatic skills and the six basic swimming strokes. These lessons will teach you how to become a more efficient and effective swimmer. You will also learn how to be safe in and around the water.
 
 

Prerequisites

You must be comfortable in chest-deep water, able to put your face in the water, and able to perform 15 yards of the front crawl, breast stroke and back crawl.

Registration Ends July 11

Adult & Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED

Jul 12 in SRC Room 144 (Classroom)
[Su] 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
$58(m)/$66(nm)
 
 
Learn to save a life! American Red Cross safety education classes will prepare you for emergencies. This training covers First Aid, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) for work place, schools and community. First Aid Certification and CPR/AED certifications are both valid for 2 years. Our refund policy is: full refunds given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Prerequisites

If less than 18 years of age, please register using youth registration form available on the UREC youth page.

Belay Clinic

Jul 12 in SRC Climbing Wall
[Su] 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
$7(m)/$7(nm)
 
 
Do you want to participate in roped climbing in our facility? This course provides the necessary instruction to belay your partner, climb, and use our autobelay systems. You will have the opportunity at the end of the course to have your belay technique checked by the instructor so you can participate in roped climbing during facility hours.

Non-SRC members will need to pay an additional fee of $5.00 if escorted by current SRC Member, and $8.00 if not escorted by a current SRC member, to gain access to the SRC.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC programs are designed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Full refunds will be given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds will be given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Registration Ends July 12

Lead Qualification Test Time Block (No Registration is Necessary)

Jul 12 in SRC Climbing Wall
[Su] 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Free
 
 
Are you already proficient in Lead climbing, and feel ready to test out on your acquired skills? This is a two-hour block of time we have set aside for you to demonstrate your skills through taking our lead qualification test. The test will take roughly 1/2 hour, and you will need to bring at least one other belay qualified climber with you to complete the lead belay component of the test. If at all possible, please arrive to take the test at least 1/2 hour before the block of time ends. Non-SRC members will need to pay an additional fee of $5 if escorted by current SRC member, and $8 if not escorted by a current SRC member to gain access to the SRC.
 
 

Prerequisites

Program rating is level 3: Participants must have a belay qualification through the WSU SRC Climbing Wall, and be proficient in lead climbing.

Morning Paddle & Yoga

Jul 18 in Snake River Wawawai
[Sa] 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
$35(m)/$55(nm)
 
 
Snake River, located only 30 minutes from WSU’s campus is perhaps one of the most well known and scenic rivers in the entire United States. Come enjoy everything this river has to offer for a relaxing morning of paddling and yoga. Participants will have the opportunity to explore the river in their own sea kayak, and then take a break on the beach to do some guided yoga.

Trip rating is level 1. No experience necessary! Trip cost includes; kayak rental, yoga mat, transportation, yoga instructor and an Adventure Facilitator (food is not included so bring a snacks and some water). This is one of our most popular trips- so register early! This trip runs rain or shine.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. • Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Registration Ends July 13

Level 1 & 2 Youth Swim Lessons

Jul 13 - Jul 23 in SRC Pool
[M T W Th] 5:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
$25(m)/$35(nm)
 
 
Introduction to Water Skills

Orients participants to the aquatic environment and helps them to gain basic aquatic skills. Participants will learn how to enter and exit the water, in addition to learning breath control, retrieval of submerged objects, floating on the front and back, hand movements for treading in chest-deep water and an introduction to swimming on the front.
 
 

Prerequisites

Participants usually start at 6 years of age Level 1 - Introduction to Water Skills: helps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Students will work to gain confidence and submerge their face in the water. They will also practice assisted floating and kicking. Prerequisite: There is no prerequisite for this level. Level 2 - Fundamental Aquatic Skills: gives students success with fundamental skills. This level places emphasis on unassisted floating and swimming on the front and back. Prerequisite: Participants should be able to bob three times to chin level, enter and exit the water safely without assistance, be comfortable placing the face underwater, and be able to float on front and back for at least 3 seconds with support.

Level 3 & 4 Youth Swim Lessons

Jul 13 - Jul 23 in SRC Pool
[M T W Th] 5:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
$25(m)/$35(nm)
 
 
Stroke Development

Builds on the skills learned in Levels 1 and 2 to help participants achieve basic water competency. Participants will be introduced to the front crawl, elementary backstroke, scissor kick, breaststroke kick, and treading in deep water.
 
 

Prerequisites

Level 3 - Stroke Development: builds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Students will work to further coordinate front crawl and elementary back strokes. They will also be introduced to diving, treading water, scissors kick, and the butterfly kick. Prerequisite: Unassisted transition to front and back float for five seconds, unassisted push off and swim for 5 body lengths, roll to back, float for 15 seconds, and then swim 5 more body lengths using a combination of leg and arm action on front. Level 4 - Stroke Improvement: develops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. This level introduces the breaststroke, sidestroke, butterfly and open turns. Prerequisite: Jump into deep water from the side, swim front crawl for 15 yards, maintain position by treading or floating for 30 seconds, and then swim elementary backstroke for 15 yards.

Level 5 & 6 Youth Swim Lessons

Jul 13 - Jul 23 in SRC Pool
[M T W Th] 5:30 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.
$25(m)/$35(nm)
 
 
Stroke Refinement and Skill Proficiency

Helps to refine performance of all six swimming strokes (front crawl, backstroke, butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke) so participants can swim with greater efficiency and effectiveness over longer distances. Participants will also refine open-turns and learn how to do flip-turns while swimming.
 
 

Prerequisites

Successful demonstration of Level 4 exit skills assessment.

Parent & Child Swim Lessons

Jul 13 - Jul 23 in SRC Pool
[M T W Th] 6:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
$25(m)/$35(nm)
 
 
University Recreation’s Youth Swimming Program follows the American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim curriculum for children ages 6 months and up. Classes are designed to create a positive learning experience and develop lifelong swimming skills for each participant. Certified American Red Cross Water Safety Instructors participate in trainings and shadow teaching sessions before administering a class of their own. Lessons are designed to run in sessions consisting of 30 minute lessons with five minutes of wrap-up and parent discussion. The ratio of students to teachers is kept well below the American Red Cross recommendation of 1:10, preferably kept at 1:4-6. Parent/Child Swimming Lessons (ages 6 mos. to 3 years) The American Red Cross Parent and Child Aquatics program builds swimming readiness by emphasizing fun in the water. Parents and children participate in several guided practice sessions that help children learn elementary skills, including water entry, bubble blowing, front kicking, back floating, underwater exploration and more. Once children can perform basic skills without parental assistance, they may begin independent Preschool courses. Parent/Child Lessons are 30 minutes in duration.
 
 

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this class.

Preschool Swim Lessons

Jul 13 - Jul 23 in SRC Pool
[M T W] 6:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
$25(m)/$35(nm)
 
 
Familiarizes children ages 4 and 5 with the aquatic environment while helping to develop positive attitudes and safe practices in and around the water. Children will learn how to enter and exit the water, in addition to learning breath control, retrieval of submerged objects, floating on the front and back, treading and an introduction to swimming on the front.
 
 

Prerequisites

Child must be at least 4 years old.

There are no prerequisites for this level.

Registration Ends July 18

Belay Clinic

Jul 19 in SRC Climbing Wall
[Su] 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
$7(m)/$7(nm)
 
 
Do you want to participate in roped climbing in our facility? This course provides the necessary instruction to belay your partner, climb, and use our autobelay systems. You will have the opportunity at the end of the course to have your belay technique checked by the instructor so you can participate in roped climbing during facility hours.

Non-SRC members will need to pay an additional fee of $5.00 if escorted by current SRC Member, and $8.00 if not escorted by a current SRC member, to gain access to the SRC.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC programs are designed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Full refunds will be given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds will be given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Registration Ends July 19

Lead Clinic

Jul 25 in SRC Climbing Wall
[Sa] 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
$5(m)/$5(nm)
 
 
Are you getting comfortable top-roping, and want to learn a new skill that you can apply outside? Lead climbing is the method of climbing where you clip your rope in to protection as you ascend, rather than being belayed through one anchor at the top of the climb (top roping). In this clinic we’ll teach you the skills needed to effectively lead climb and belay. The clinic will be instructional and have open time for you to practice skills you have been taught and skills you already know. Harness, shoes, and belay devices will all be provided.

Program rating is level 3: Participants must have a belay qualification through the WSU SRC Climbing Wall, and have a strong base knowledge of roped climbing methods and systems.

Non-SRC members will need to pay an additional fee of $5 if escorted by current SRC member, and $8 if not escorted by a current SRC member to gain access to the SRC.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC programs are designed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Full refunds will be given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds will be given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Prerequisites

Thank you for registering for the Lead Climbing Clinic! We are very excited to have you! This clinic will start at 1pm at the SRC Climbing Wall. We will provide all necessary gear. Plan on wearing appropriate athletic apparel, a water bottle and some snacks.

Program rating is level 3: Participants must have a belay qualification through the WSU SRC Climbing Wall, and have a strong base knowledge of roped climbing methods and systems.

Sunset Paddle

Jul 22 in Snake River Wawawai
[W] 3:45 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
$25(m)/$40(nm)
 
 
Located only 30 minutes from WSU’s campus, the Snake River is perhaps one of the most well-known and scenic rivers in the entire United States. Come enjoy this beautiful river as you watch the sun set.

Participants will have the opportunity to explore the river in their own sea kayak. Paddling down the Snake River will surely put anyone in a calm and relaxed state of mind. This is one of our most popular and well-liked trips- so register early!

Trip rating is level 1. No experience is necessary. Trip cost includes; kayak rental, transportation, and an Adventure Facilitator (food is NOT included so bring a snack and some water). This trip runs rain or shine.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. • Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Registration Ends July 21

Adult Crew Camp: 7/13-8/15

Jul 13 - Aug 15 in Wawawai Boathouse
 
$165(m)/$165(nm)
 
 
Skills continue to be developed in Masters Team Camp. Workouts will continue to be more demanding as the team refines its timing, balance and power. Participants will meet at the Wawawai Boathouse - transportation is not provided. Palouse Rowing participants may opt into racing in Coeur d'Alene for our annual end of the summer race on Saturday, August 15.
 
 

Prerequisites

A basic swim test must be completed before you can start rowing. The test includes treading water for 10 minutes and swimming 4 lengths continuously. The pool is in the WSU Student Recreation Center. If you are not an SRC members, please sign in and inform the front desk why you are there. SRC staff will show you to the locker room. Please shower beforehand. Towels are provided.

Adult First Aid/CPR/AED

Jul 22 in SRC Room 144 (Classroom)
[W] 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
$58(m)/$66(nm)
 
 
Learn to save a life! American Red Cross safety education classes will prepare you for emergencies. This training covers First Aid, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) for work place, schools and community. First Aid Certification and CPR/AED certifications are both valid for 2 years. Our refund policy is: full refunds given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Prerequisites

If less than 18 years of age, please register using youth registration form available on the UREC youth page.

Junior Crew Camp (youth 12+): 7/13-8/15

Jul 13 - Aug 15
 
$165(m)/$165(nm)
 
 
Skills continue to be developed in Junior Team Camp. Workouts will continue to be more demanding as the team refines its timing, balance and power. Participants will meet at the Ken Abbey Boathouse at Wawawai Landing - transportation is not provided. Palouse Rowing participants may opt into racing in Coeur d'Alene for our annual end of the summer race on Saturday, August 15.
 
 

Prerequisites

Youth must be 12 years of age or older to participate. A basic swim test must be completed before you can start rowing. The test includes treading water for 10 minutes and swimming 4 lengths continuously. The pool is in the WSU Student Recreation Center. If you are not an SRC members, please sign in and inform the front desk why you are there. SRC staff will show you to the locker room. Please shower beforehand. Towels are provided.

Registration Ends July 25

Belay Clinic

Jul 26 in SRC Climbing Wall
[Su] 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
$7(m)/$7(nm)
 
 
Do you want to participate in roped climbing in our facility? This course provides the necessary instruction to belay your partner, climb, and use our autobelay systems. You will have the opportunity at the end of the course to have your belay technique checked by the instructor so you can participate in roped climbing during facility hours.

Non-SRC members will need to pay an additional fee of $5.00 if escorted by current SRC Member, and $8.00 if not escorted by a current SRC member, to gain access to the SRC.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC programs are designed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Full refunds will be given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds will be given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Registration Ends July 26

Lead Qualification Test Time Block (No Registration is Necessary)

Jul 26 in SRC Climbing Wall
[Su] 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Free
 
 
Are you already proficient in Lead climbing, and feel ready to test out on your acquired skills? This is a two-hour block of time we have set aside for you to demonstrate your skills through taking our lead qualification test. The test will take roughly 1/2 hour, and you will need to bring at least one other belay qualified climber with you to complete the lead belay component of the test. If at all possible, please arrive to take the test at least 1/2 hour before the block of time ends. Non-SRC members will need to pay an additional fee of $5 if escorted by current SRC member, and $8 if not escorted by a current SRC member to gain access to the SRC.
 
 

Prerequisites

Program rating is level 3: Participants must have a belay qualification through the WSU SRC Climbing Wall, and be proficient in lead climbing.

Post Falls Climb

[Su] 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
$55(m)/$85(nm)
 
 
Located east of Spokane, Post Falls is host to a number of great cliffs to climb as well as beautiful scenery. This is a great trip for beginners to get out and learn something new, or for our more experienced climbers to meet some new climbing partners. This fun day trip will begin by learning the basics such as putting on a harness, knot tying, belaying, and general safety.

Trip rating is level 1. No experience necessary! Trip cost includes; all climbing equipment such as climbing shoes, harness, ropes, belay devices, transportation, instruction, and an Adventure Facilitator (food is NOT included so bring a snack, a lunch, and water).

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. • Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Registration Ends August 1

Belay Clinic

Aug 2 in SRC Climbing Wall
[Su] 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
$7(m)/$7(nm)
 
 
Do you want to participate in roped climbing in our facility? This course provides the necessary instruction to belay your partner, climb, and use our autobelay systems. You will have the opportunity at the end of the course to have your belay technique checked by the instructor so you can participate in roped climbing during facility hours.

Non-SRC members will need to pay an additional fee of $5.00 if escorted by current SRC Member, and $8.00 if not escorted by a current SRC member, to gain access to the SRC.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC programs are designed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Full refunds will be given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds will be given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Registration Ends August 2

Sunset Paddle

Aug 5 in Snake River Wawawai
[W] 3:45 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
$25(m)/$40(nm)
 
 
Located only 30 minutes from WSU’s campus, the Snake River is perhaps one of the most well-known and scenic rivers in the entire United States. Come enjoy this beautiful river as you watch the sun set.

Participants will have the opportunity to explore the river in their own sea kayak. Paddling down the Snake River will surely put anyone in a calm and relaxed state of mind. This is one of our most popular and well-liked trips- so register early!

Trip rating is level 1. No experience is necessary. Trip cost includes; kayak rental, transportation, and an Adventure Facilitator (food is NOT included so bring a snack and some water). This trip runs rain or shine.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. • Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Registration Ends August 8

Belay Clinic

Aug 9 in SRC Climbing Wall
[Su] 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
$7(m)/$7(nm)
 
 
Do you want to participate in roped climbing in our facility? This course provides the necessary instruction to belay your partner, climb, and use our autobelay systems. You will have the opportunity at the end of the course to have your belay technique checked by the instructor so you can participate in roped climbing during facility hours.

Non-SRC members will need to pay an additional fee of $5.00 if escorted by current SRC Member, and $8.00 if not escorted by a current SRC member, to gain access to the SRC.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC programs are designed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Full refunds will be given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds will be given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Registration Ends August 9

Lead Clinic

Aug 15 in SRC Climbing Wall
[Sa] 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
$5(m)/$5(nm)
 
 
Are you getting comfortable top-roping, and want to learn a new skill that you can apply outside? Lead climbing is the method of climbing where you clip your rope in to protection as you ascend, rather than being belayed through one anchor at the top of the climb (top roping). In this clinic we’ll teach you the skills needed to effectively lead climb and belay. The clinic will be instructional and have open time for you to practice skills you have been taught and skills you already know. Harness, shoes, and belay devices will all be provided.

Program rating is level 3: Participants must have a belay qualification through the WSU SRC Climbing Wall, and have a strong base knowledge of roped climbing methods and systems.

Non-SRC members will need to pay an additional fee of $5 if escorted by current SRC member, and $8 if not escorted by a current SRC member to gain access to the SRC.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC programs are designed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Full refunds will be given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds will be given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Prerequisites

Thank you for registering for the Lead Climbing Clinic! We are very excited to have you! This clinic will start at 1pm at the SRC Climbing Wall. We will provide all necessary gear. Plan on wearing appropriate athletic apparel, a water bottle and some snacks.

Program rating is level 3: Participants must have a belay qualification through the WSU SRC Climbing Wall, and have a strong base knowledge of roped climbing methods and systems.

Staff Adult & Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED

Aug 9 in SRC Room 144 (Classroom)
[Su] 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
$50(m)/$58(nm)
 
 
Learn to save a life! American Red Cross safety education classes will prepare you for emergencies. This training covers First Aid, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) for work place, schools and community. First Aid Certification and CPR/AED certifications are both valid for 2 years. Our refund policy is: full refunds given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Prerequisites

If less than 18 years of age, please register using youth registration form available on the UREC youth page.

Registration Ends August 12

Staff Adult & Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED

Aug 12 in SRC Room 144 (Classroom)
[W] 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
$50(m)/$58(nm)
 
 
Learn to save a life! American Red Cross safety education classes will prepare you for emergencies. This training covers First Aid, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) for work place, schools and community. First Aid Certification and CPR/AED certifications are both valid for 2 years. Our refund policy is: full refunds given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Prerequisites

If less than 18 years of age, please register using youth registration form available on the UREC youth page.

Sunset Paddle

Aug 17 in Snake River Wawawai
[M] 3:45 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
$25(m)/$40(nm)
 
 
Located only 30 minutes from WSU’s campus, the Snake River is perhaps one of the most well-known and scenic rivers in the entire United States. Come enjoy this beautiful river as you watch the sun set.

Participants will have the opportunity to explore the river in their own sea kayak. Paddling down the Snake River will surely put anyone in a calm and relaxed state of mind. This is one of our most popular and well-liked trips- so register early!

Trip rating is level 1. No experience is necessary. Trip cost includes; kayak rental, transportation, and an Adventure Facilitator (food is NOT included so bring a snack and some water). This trip runs rain or shine.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. • Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Sunset Paddle

Aug 18 in Snake River Wawawai
[T] 3:45 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
$25(m)/$40(nm)
 
 
Located only 30 minutes from WSU’s campus, the Snake River is perhaps one of the most well-known and scenic rivers in the entire United States. Come enjoy this beautiful river as you watch the sun set.

Participants will have the opportunity to explore the river in their own sea kayak. Paddling down the Snake River will surely put anyone in a calm and relaxed state of mind. This is one of our most popular and well-liked trips- so register early!

Trip rating is level 1. No experience is necessary. Trip cost includes; kayak rental, transportation, and an Adventure Facilitator (food is NOT included so bring a snack and some water). This trip runs rain or shine.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. • Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Registration Ends August 15

Belay Clinic

Aug 16 in SRC Climbing Wall
[Su] 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
$7(m)/$7(nm)
 
 
Do you want to participate in roped climbing in our facility? This course provides the necessary instruction to belay your partner, climb, and use our autobelay systems. You will have the opportunity at the end of the course to have your belay technique checked by the instructor so you can participate in roped climbing during facility hours.

Non-SRC members will need to pay an additional fee of $5.00 if escorted by current SRC Member, and $8.00 if not escorted by a current SRC member, to gain access to the SRC.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC programs are designed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Full refunds will be given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds will be given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Registration Ends August 16

Lead Clinic

Aug 22 in SRC Climbing Wall
[Sa] 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
$5(m)/$5(nm)
 
 
Are you getting comfortable top-roping, and want to learn a new skill that you can apply outside? Lead climbing is the method of climbing where you clip your rope in to protection as you ascend, rather than being belayed through one anchor at the top of the climb (top roping). In this clinic we’ll teach you the skills needed to effectively lead climb and belay. The clinic will be instructional and have open time for you to practice skills you have been taught and skills you already know. Harness, shoes, and belay devices will all be provided.

Program rating is level 3: Participants must have a belay qualification through the WSU SRC Climbing Wall, and have a strong base knowledge of roped climbing methods and systems.

Non-SRC members will need to pay an additional fee of $5 if escorted by current SRC member, and $8 if not escorted by a current SRC member to gain access to the SRC.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC programs are designed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Full refunds will be given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds will be given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Prerequisites

Thank you for registering for the Lead Climbing Clinic! We are very excited to have you! This clinic will start at 1pm at the SRC Climbing Wall. We will provide all necessary gear. Plan on wearing appropriate athletic apparel, a water bottle and some snacks.

Program rating is level 3: Participants must have a belay qualification through the WSU SRC Climbing Wall, and have a strong base knowledge of roped climbing methods and systems.

Lead Qualification Test Time Block (No Registration is Necessary)

Aug 16 in SRC Climbing Wall
[Su] 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Free
 
 
Are you already proficient in Lead climbing, and feel ready to test out on your acquired skills? This is a two-hour block of time we have set aside for you to demonstrate your skills through taking our lead qualification test. The test will take roughly 1/2 hour, and you will need to bring at least one other belay qualified climber with you to complete the lead belay component of the test. If at all possible, please arrive to take the test at least 1/2 hour before the block of time ends. Non-SRC members will need to pay an additional fee of $5 if escorted by current SRC member, and $8 if not escorted by a current SRC member to gain access to the SRC.
 
 

Prerequisites

Program rating is level 3: Participants must have a belay qualification through the WSU SRC Climbing Wall, and be proficient in lead climbing.

Belay Clinic

Aug 17 in SRC Climbing Wall
[M] 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
$7(m)/$7(nm)
 
 
Do you want to participate in roped climbing in our facility? This course provides the necessary instruction to belay your partner, climb, and use our autobelay systems. You will have the opportunity at the end of the course to have your belay technique checked by the instructor so you can participate in roped climbing during facility hours.

Non-SRC members will need to pay an additional fee of $5.00 if escorted by current SRC Member, and $8.00 if not escorted by a current SRC member, to gain access to the SRC.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC programs are designed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Full refunds will be given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds will be given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Intro to Slacklining Clinic

Aug 17 in SRC Backyard Slackline Course
[M] 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Free
 
 
Come check out the new slackline course in the SRC Backyard! This clinic will be instructional and have open time for you to practice the skills you learn and already know. We will show you how to set up a slackline on the new course as well as provide some tips and tricks for getting started. Slacklines will be available for use or you can bring your own.

Program rating is level 1. No experience necessary!

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Sunset Paddle

Aug 20 in Snake River Wawawai
[Th] 3:45 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
$25(m)/$40(nm)
 
 
Located only 30 minutes from WSU’s campus, the Snake River is perhaps one of the most well-known and scenic rivers in the entire United States. Come enjoy this beautiful river as you watch the sun set.

Participants will have the opportunity to explore the river in their own sea kayak. Paddling down the Snake River will surely put anyone in a calm and relaxed state of mind. This is one of our most popular and well-liked trips- so register early!

Trip rating is level 1. No experience is necessary. Trip cost includes; kayak rental, transportation, and an Adventure Facilitator (food is NOT included so bring a snack and some water). This trip runs rain or shine.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. • Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Registration Ends August 17

Belay Clinic

Aug 18 in SRC Climbing Wall
[T] 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
$7(m)/$7(nm)
 
 
Do you want to participate in roped climbing in our facility? This course provides the necessary instruction to belay your partner, climb, and use our autobelay systems. You will have the opportunity at the end of the course to have your belay technique checked by the instructor so you can participate in roped climbing during facility hours.

Non-SRC members will need to pay an additional fee of $5.00 if escorted by current SRC Member, and $8.00 if not escorted by a current SRC member, to gain access to the SRC.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC programs are designed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Full refunds will be given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds will be given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Intro to Slacklining Clinic

Aug 18 in SRC Backyard Slackline Course
[T] 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Free
 
 
Come check out the new slackline course in the SRC Backyard! This clinic will be instructional and have open time for you to practice the skills you learn and already know. We will show you how to set up a slackline on the new course as well as provide some tips and tricks for getting started. Slacklines will be available for use or you can bring your own.

Program rating is level 1. No experience necessary!

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Registration Ends August 18

Belay Clinic

Aug 19 in SRC Climbing Wall
[W] 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
$7(m)/$7(nm)
 
 
Do you want to participate in roped climbing in our facility? This course provides the necessary instruction to belay your partner, climb, and use our autobelay systems. You will have the opportunity at the end of the course to have your belay technique checked by the instructor so you can participate in roped climbing during facility hours.

Non-SRC members will need to pay an additional fee of $5.00 if escorted by current SRC Member, and $8.00 if not escorted by a current SRC member, to gain access to the SRC.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC programs are designed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Full refunds will be given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds will be given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Registration Ends August 19

Belay Clinic

Aug 20 in SRC Climbing Wall
[Th] 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
$7(m)/$7(nm)
 
 
Do you want to participate in roped climbing in our facility? This course provides the necessary instruction to belay your partner, climb, and use our autobelay systems. You will have the opportunity at the end of the course to have your belay technique checked by the instructor so you can participate in roped climbing during facility hours.

Non-SRC members will need to pay an additional fee of $5.00 if escorted by current SRC Member, and $8.00 if not escorted by a current SRC member, to gain access to the SRC.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC programs are designed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Full refunds will be given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds will be given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Intro to Slacklining Clinic

Aug 20 in SRC Backyard Slackline Course
[Th] 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Free
 
 
Come check out the new slackline course in the SRC Backyard! This clinic will be instructional and have open time for you to practice the skills you learn and already know. We will show you how to set up a slackline on the new course as well as provide some tips and tricks for getting started. Slacklines will be available for use or you can bring your own.

Program rating is level 1. No experience necessary!

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Palouse Falls Day Paddle

Aug 22 in Palouse Falls Idaho
[Sa] 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
$35(m)/$60(nm)
 
 
Did you know that one of the greatest waterfalls in the Northwest is less than 90 miles away? The Palouse River plummets 185 feet into the river's canyon. Several miles before the falls, the Palouse River meets the dammed Snake River which creates a lake of flat water that is great for paddling.

We will paddle in sea kayaks up the Palouse River and back. This is a perfect opportunity for you to practice and perfect your kayaking paddling and strokes. After paddling the river, we will drive to the Palouse Falls County Park where you will view the breathtaking Palouse Falls. There are limited spots, so sign up today!

Trip rating is level 2 and is a full day paddle trip. Trip cost includes: transportation, kayak rental, and a trip leader (Food is NOT included, so bring snacks, a lunch, and water).

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. • Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Salmon River Raft & Camp

Aug 28 - Aug 29 in Salmon River Riggins, ID
[F] 4:00 p.m. - 11:55 p.m.
[Sa] 12:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
$115(m)/$160(nm)
 
 
Are you ready to rejuvenate your mind with a world class white water adventure rafting on Idaho’s Salmon River? Using a well-established white water company, this trip includes a guided rafting experience on this gorgeous river.

We will start our day with a three hour scenic drive to Lucile, Idaho. Once we arrive, we will set up camp at a campground near the river. On Saturday we will pack up camp and head to the river where we will paddle Class II and III water and have lunch at the river. After a day of paddling we will head back to Pullman where we will arrive at 8:00pm.

Trip rating is level 2. No rafting experience necessary! Trip cost includes transportation, raft guides, all necessary group camping gear, rafting equipment, and a gourmet lunch.

There is a mandatory pre-trip meeting on August 26th at 6:00pm at the ORC.

Cancelation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. • Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Registration Ends August 20

Belay Clinic

Aug 21 in SRC Climbing Wall
[F] 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
$7(m)/$7(nm)
 
 
Do you want to participate in roped climbing in our facility? This course provides the necessary instruction to belay your partner, climb, and use our autobelay systems. You will have the opportunity at the end of the course to have your belay technique checked by the instructor so you can participate in roped climbing during facility hours.

Non-SRC members will need to pay an additional fee of $5.00 if escorted by current SRC Member, and $8.00 if not escorted by a current SRC member, to gain access to the SRC.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC programs are designed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Full refunds will be given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds will be given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Registration Ends August 21

Belay Clinic

Aug 22 in SRC Climbing Wall
[Sa] 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
$7(m)/$7(nm)
 
 
Do you want to participate in roped climbing in our facility? This course provides the necessary instruction to belay your partner, climb, and use our autobelay systems. You will have the opportunity at the end of the course to have your belay technique checked by the instructor so you can participate in roped climbing during facility hours.

Non-SRC members will need to pay an additional fee of $5.00 if escorted by current SRC Member, and $8.00 if not escorted by a current SRC member, to gain access to the SRC.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC programs are designed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Full refunds will be given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds will be given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Registration Ends August 22

Adult & Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED

Aug 23 in SRC Room 144 (Classroom)
[Su] 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 a.m.
$58(m)/$66(nm)
 
 
Learn to save a life! American Red Cross safety education classes will prepare you for emergencies. This training covers First Aid, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) for work place, schools and community. First Aid Certification and CPR/AED certifications are both valid for 2 years. Our refund policy is: full refunds given until the registration deadline. 50% refunds given until the day of class. Sorry, no refunds given once class begins.
 
 

Prerequisites

If less than 18 years of age, please register using youth registration form available on the UREC youth page.

Registration Ends August 23

Lead Qualification Test Time Block (No Registration is Necessary)

Aug 23 in SRC Climbing Wall
[Su] 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Free
 
 
Are you already proficient in Lead climbing, and feel ready to test out on your acquired skills? This is a two-hour block of time we have set aside for you to demonstrate your skills through taking our lead qualification test. The test will take roughly 1/2 hour, and you will need to bring at least one other belay qualified climber with you to complete the lead belay component of the test. If at all possible, please arrive to take the test at least 1/2 hour before the block of time ends. Non-SRC members will need to pay an additional fee of $5 if escorted by current SRC member, and $8 if not escorted by a current SRC member to gain access to the SRC.
 
 

Prerequisites

Program rating is level 3: Participants must have a belay qualification through the WSU SRC Climbing Wall, and be proficient in lead climbing.

Priest Lake Kayak Tour

Aug 28 - Aug 30 in Priest Lake Idaho
[F] 1:00 p.m. - 11:55 p.m.
[Sa] 12:00 a.m. - 11:55 p.m.
[Su] 12:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
$115(m)/$175(nm)
 
 
Come experience the wilds of northern Idaho with a scenic, stress reducing, kayak tour on Priest Lake & Upper Priest Lake! A perfect opportunity to learn the sport of kayak touring, the Priest Lake area is a place where novice and experienced sea kayakers alike come to enjoy the calming waters, miles of pristine shoreline, and fantastic views of the surrounding mountains.

Trip rating is level 2. No kayaking experience necessary!

Trip cost includes; group gear, camping equipment, kayaking gear, transportation, permits, and trip leader (Food NOT included).

The Pre Trip Meeting will be on August 25, at the Outdoor Recreation Center.

Before heading out onto the main lake, the following skills will be taught on calm protected water.

• Lifting, Carrying, Launching and Landing • Efficient Forward Paddling • Reverse Paddling and Stopping • Moving the Kayak Sideways • Preventing Capsize • Bracing • Turning • Deep Water Assisted and Self-Rescue

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline receive 50% refund. • Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Sunset Paddle

Aug 26 in Snake River Wawawai
[W] 3:45 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
$25(m)/$40(nm)
 
 
Located only 30 minutes from WSU’s campus, the Snake River is perhaps one of the most well-known and scenic rivers in the entire United States. Come enjoy this beautiful river as you watch the sun set.

Participants will have the opportunity to explore the river in their own sea kayak. Paddling down the Snake River will surely put anyone in a calm and relaxed state of mind. This is one of our most popular and well-liked trips- so register early!

Trip rating is level 1. No experience is necessary. Trip cost includes; kayak rental, transportation, and an Adventure Facilitator (food is NOT included so bring a snack and some water). This trip runs rain or shine.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. • Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Registration Ends August 24

Intro to Slacklining Clinic

Aug 25 in SRC Backyard Slackline Course
[T] 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Free
 
 
Come check out the new slackline course in the SRC Backyard! This clinic will be instructional and have open time for you to practice the skills you learn and already know. We will show you how to set up a slackline on the new course as well as provide some tips and tricks for getting started. Slacklines will be available for use or you can bring your own.

Program rating is level 1. No experience necessary!

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Registration Ends August 26

Intro to Slacklining Clinic

Aug 27 in SRC Backyard Slackline Course
[Th] 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Free
 
 
Come check out the new slackline course in the SRC Backyard! This clinic will be instructional and have open time for you to practice the skills you learn and already know. We will show you how to set up a slackline on the new course as well as provide some tips and tricks for getting started. Slacklines will be available for use or you can bring your own.

Program rating is level 1. No experience necessary!

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Registration Ends August 30

Glacier National Park Backpacking

Sep 4 - Sep 7 in Glacier National Park Montana
[F] 4:00 p.m. - 11:55 p.m.
[Sa] 12:00 a.m. - 11:55 p.m.
[Sa] 12:00 a.m. - 11:55 p.m.
[M] 12:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
$150(m)/$250(nm)
 
 
Join the ORC for an unforgettable experience in one of our nation’s most beautiful National Parks! Encompassing over 1,000,000 acres that holds sections of two mountain ranges and numerous lakes, Glacier National Park is considered the “Crown of the Continental Ecosystem” with its thousands of species of plants and animals. Come with us on a backcountry trek through this incredible northwest park and learn the skill of backpacking in this beautiful and ecologically diverse area. This is sure to be an experience of a lifetime! Don’t miss out!

Sign up early and get $25 off your registration. Participants who register in the first 30 days will pay a discounted price of $150 for members and $250 for non-members. On May 8, registration will return to its original cost of $175 for members and $275 for non- members.

Trip rating is level 2. No experience necessary! Trip cost includes; group gear, camping equipment, transportation, permits, and trip leader (Food NOT included).

The mandatory pre trip meeting will be on August 31, at 6:00 p.m. at the ORC.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. • Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Sunset Paddle

Sep 2 in Snake River Wawawai
[W] 3:45 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
$25(m)/$40(nm)
 
 
Located only 30 minutes from WSU’s campus, the Snake River is perhaps one of the most well-known and scenic rivers in the entire United States. Come enjoy this beautiful river as you watch the sun set.

Participants will have the opportunity to explore the river in their own sea kayak. Paddling down the Snake River will surely put anyone in a calm and relaxed state of mind. This is one of our most popular and well-liked trips- so register early!

Trip rating is level 1. No experience is necessary. Trip cost includes; kayak rental, transportation, and an Adventure Facilitator (food is NOT included so bring a snack and some water). This trip runs rain or shine.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. • Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Valhalla BC Kayak Tour

Sep 4 - Sep 7 in Slocan Lake British Columbia
[F] 4:00 p.m. - 11:55 p.m.
[Sa] 12:00 a.m. - 11:55 p.m.
[Su] 12:00 a.m. - 11:55 p.m.
$150(m)/$250(nm)
 
 
This multi-day expedition-style kayak tour along the 28-mile, glacially carved Slocan Lake, provides paddlers (novice and experienced alike) the opportunity to experience some of British Columbia’s most stunning scenery from the cockpit of their kayak. This trip will give you the chance to advance your kayaking skills, see new places, and forge new friendships. Where we’re going, we don’t need roads. Surrounded by lush, forested hills and the dramatic Valhalla Mountains to the west, Slocan Lake is a top-notch destination without the crowds common in more accessible parks. Most of our paddling will take place along the rugged, roadless, mostly wilderness, western shoreline. The crystal clear waters of this fjord lake allow paddlers to see their shadows 20 feet deep. Ancient pictographs may be spotted along the rocky shoreline.

Participants can expect to learn and practice the following kayak skills with experienced facilitators:

• Lifting, Carrying, Launching and Landing • Efficient Forward Paddling • Reverse Paddling and Stopping • Moving the Kayak Sideways • Preventing Capsize • Bracing • Turning

As we will be traveling through well-known grizzly bear country, we will have ample opportunities to learn and practice Leave No Trace skills to minimize our impact on the environment. Participants will receive an official Leave No Trace Awareness certificate for participation in this program.

For entry into Canada, all participants must have a current passport and no DUI/DWI’s on their record.

On this trip we’ll depart Friday (early afternoon), get on the water Saturday morning, camp along the lake Saturday and Sunday night, and travel back to Pullman on Monday. We may have opportunities for a hike into the Valhalla Provincial Park.

Sign up early and get $25 off your registration. Participants who register in the first 30 days will pay a discounted price of $150 for members and $250 for non-members. After 30 days, registration will return to its original cost of $175 for members and $275 for non-members. Trip rating is level 2. No kayaking experience necessary! Trip cost includes; group gear, camping equipment, kayaking gear, transportation, permits, and trip leader (food NOT included).

The Pre Trip Meeting will be on September 1st at 5:00pm, at the Outdoor Recreation Center.

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. • Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.
 
 

Registration Ends August 31

Intro to Slacklining Clinic

Sep 1 in SRC Backyard Slackline Course
[T] 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Free
 
 
Come check out the new slackline course in the SRC Backyard! This clinic will be instructional and have open time for you to practice the skills you learn and already know. We will show you how to set up a slackline on the new course as well as provide some tips and tricks for getting started. Slacklines will be available for use or you can bring your own.

Program rating is level 1. No experience necessary!

Cancellation Policy: In order to minimize our environmental impact, maintain facilitator-to-participant ratios, meet permit criteria, and transportation logistics, ORC trips are often programmed for small groups (typically up to 6 participants with 2 facilitators). Late cancellations can seriously impact our ability to accommodate others and recover costs. • Cancellations made up until 2 weeks prior to the registration deadline will receive a full refund. • Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the registration deadline receive 50% refund. Sorry, no refunds are given past the registration deadline.