About Campus Recreation
Campus Recreation seeks to create healthy learning communities to compliment the University's mission. Campus Recreation provides programs that promote friendly competition while seeking to create and affirm a collegial campus culture. Through its programs and services, Campus Recreation assists students in creating a healthy lifestyle by balancing the mental demands of academic pursuits with the physical benefits of fitness and recreation. Campus Recreation provides programming and activities in six categories:
- Informal (Open) Recreation
- Intramural and Extramural Sports
- Outdoor Adventures
- Channel Islands Boating Center
- Sports Clubs
- Membership and Passes
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Meet our Professional Staff
Michael D. Gravagne, Ed.D.
Director of Campus Recreation
Nathan E. Avery, M.S.
Assistant Director of Campus Recreation - Rec Sports
Joshua J. Wade, M.S.
Assistant Director of Campus Recreation - Outdoor Adventures and Waterfront
Jennifer N. Maravola, M.S.
Campus Recreation and Channel Islands Boating Center Operations Analyst