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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

Spring 15 Graduation and Summer Hours

Summer Pool Hours - starts June 8th

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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