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Sport club rugby
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Student worker
Tae Kwon-Do
Personal training indoor track
Fitness aerobics class
Outdoor recreation hiking trip
Intramural dodgeball
Intramural basketball
Personal training rowing machine
Belaying a rock climber
Aquatics paddling panthers

Youth Camps/Clinics

Welcome to the UNI Recreation Services Youth Program website. We currently offer a variety of camps children of many ages can sign up for. Our large and first-rate facility allows us to provide camps unlike any your children have participated in!

WRC Panther Camp

Join us at UNI's Wellness / Recreation Center for Winter Camp. Kids will participate in swimming, rock climbing, a variety of sports/activities, crafts, and organized games. The cost is $100. Space is limited on a first come, first serve basis.

Dec. 27-29, 2017 | 8am - 4pm


More Information: Cindy Klatt – (319) 273-5528 or Luke Bartlett – (319) 273-4768



Outdoor Adventure Youth Camp

During this action packed 3 day camp, participants will enjoy activities such as: rock climbing, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, fire building, etc. No experience is necessary; however, an adventurous spirit is required.
Space is limited on a first come, first served basis

No offerings at this time

Program Coordinator: Andrew Martin – (319) 273-7163

Babysitting Training

Jump start your teen’s first job. Youth will become great babysitter’s by learning practical skills and confidence through video presentations, hands-on activities, and classroom discussions. Topics include: responding to emergencies, good decision making and communication with parents. Babysitter’s training is designed for youth ages 11 to 14 years.

No courses offered at this time. Courses potentially offered during Summer 2018 will be announced during the Spring 2018 semester.

Program Coordinator: Meredith Gregg — (319) 273-7263

Junior Lifeguarding

A program for youth that provides a foundation of aquatic and leadership knowledge, attitudes and skills for future successful completion of the Red Cross Lifeguarding courses. Objectives that will be covered include prevention of accidents, fitness, rescue responses, leadership and professionalism. Junior Lifeguarding is designed for youth ages 11 to 14 years. To participate in Junior Lifeguarding a swim pretest is required. The pretest consists of a 25 yard front crawl swim with proper breathing, treading water for 1 minute and swimming 10–feet underwater.

No courses offered at this time. Courses potentially offered during Summer 2018 will be announced during the Spring 2018 semester.

Program Coordinator: Meredith Gregg — (319) 273-7263


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If there is an accommodation you need in order to participate in a RS program or activity, please contact WRC 101 at (319) 273-6275.


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