University Recreation
  • University Recreation Mission Statement

    Through sport, fitness, instructional, and outdoor programs, University Recreation inspires, educates, and empowers the Seattle University community to live happier, healthier, and more successful lives.

    What We Offer

    U Rec offers several services, programs, and facilities to enable the Seattle University community to recreate safely and positively. So, whether you like to hike, shoot hoops, jog, play rugby, or lift weights, we have something for you!


    Facilities are available for students, faculty, and staff for informal recreation. If you just want to play pick-up basketball, exercise, strength train, or swim for fitness, then you can access our facilities to do so.
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    The Fitness Program consists of Group Fitness, Personal Training and Small Group Training. Group Fitness Classes operated on a quarterly basis and are complimentary to members of the Eisiminger Fitness Center and include offerings such as indoor cycling, Zumba and yoga. Personal Training offers focused attention between you and a nationally certified personal trainer; sessions can be split with up to three people.  Small group training offers the personal attention of a low student to instructor ratio at a lower cost than personal training. Sessions range from boot camp, circuit training and coming soon-TRX Suspension Training.
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    Intramural Sports

    Intramural Sports offer students, faculty, and staff the ability to play team and individual sports like flag football, soccer, softball, basketball, and many more.
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    Sport Clubs

    Sport Clubs are more specialized than intramural sports and offer individuals the ability to join with others who have shared interests in a common activity like rugby, soccer, equestrian, or baseball. They may compete against other universities and/or institutions.
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    Outdoor Adventure Recreation

    OAR offers experiential learning opportunities like kayaking, snow shoeing, climbing, and more. They also offer an outdoor gear rental program for current students, staff, and faculty.
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  • Contact Us

    Guest Services


    Physical Address

    Eisiminger Fitness Center
    550 14th Ave
    Seattle, Washington 98122

    Mailing Address

    University Recreation
    901 12th Avenue
    P.O. Box 222000
    Seattle, Washington 98122

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