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Welcome to the Missouri S&T Student Recreation Center!


This state of the art facility has three basketball/volleyball/badminton courts, four racquetball courts, a squash court, an aerobics room, and a three lane track, all indoors. We check out sports equipment for use in the building to people who have a vaild Missouri S&T identification card.

In an effort to better get information out to our participants, we are starting a listserv for our Fitness Programming and our Intramural/Recreational Sports Programming.

Please email your name and email address to:

Fitness Programming Listserv – studrec@mst.edu

Intramural/Recreational Sports Programming – ima@mst.edu

Recreation Advisory Board

Important Links

Open Rec and Badminton During IM Basketball Season

Student Recreation Center Daily Calendar of Events

Joe Miner Mascot Reservation

Fitness Class Pass Request for Faculty, Staff, and Dependents

Student Wellness

Miner Athletics

Golf Course

Text - 573-990-1772 for any questions related to Fitness/Recreational Programming at the Student Rec Center.

*Standard text rates apply

 

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