Rec Programming

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Rec Programming

The Office of Student Activities & Recreational Services offers a variety of recreational programs for participants of all fitness levels and interests. Opportunities include extracurricular recreational classes, weekend and one-day tournaments, as well as a variety of intramural sports competition. All rec programming events and activities are organized by students for students! Check out how you can get involved in Rec Programming by clicking on Get Involved to the left.

To be able to participate in any Rec Programming activities and events, participants must be current UD students, faculty, or staff. All participants must complete a Student Activities General Waiver prior to registration for program or event.

Take advantage of all that Rec Programming has to offer!

 

 

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