Wolf Pack Wednesday: Club Sports, Recreation, and Wellness
Subject line: Healthy Body, Healthy Mind 🏆
Sent: September 16
Get Fit, Go Play, Stay Involved
The Department of Student Life and Ministry offers numerous campus recreation programs that give you the opportunity to play, compete, live an active lifestyle, and encourage personal wellness. There are a wide range of sports and fitness programs—competitive and non-competitive, organized and informal, virtual and in-person. Find what moves you!
University Sports Complex
The University Sports Complex (USC) is open and ready to help you stay fit this semester. Just keep in mind our new health protocols: wear your mask at all times, follow marked capacity limits, sanitize equipment before and after use, and present your ID and #CampusClear Fast Pass for entry to the facility.
Group fitness classes are another great way to tone up and live healthier! Some classes are available in-person at the gym, and others are virtual so you can join from anywhere. Classes will be offered through the semester until Thanksgiving Break.
Join these upcoming classes:
- Burn and Tone with Judy on Mondays + Wednesdays, 12 – 1 p.m.
- Virtual Yoga with Alison via Facebook Live on Mondays, 6 – 7 p.m.
- Virtual Yoga with Zoe via Facebook Live on Thursdays, 9:30 – 10:30 a.m.
Cheer on the Pack
Loyola is home to Wolf Pack Athletics, a member of the National Association for Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) and the Southern States Athletic Conference (SSAC). Get to know our student athletes and follow us on social media for all the latest updates!
Get in the Game
From Fantasy Football to ping pong and billiards, we are getting creative with our intramural sports this semester! Intramurals are organized recreational activities that allow you to get involved in a variety of team and individual sports, regardless of your skill level or experience. They are designed to provide a safe, fun, and structured environment to meet other students and stay active. All games are played between teams/individuals from within the university. For more information on all the sports offered this semester (including registration deadlines and start dates), create an account on IMLeagues and explore events on HowlConnect!
Club sports are self-organized and self-run university chartered student organizations that are sponsored by the Department of Student Life and Ministry. They are designed to serve individual interests in different sports and recreational activities, and can be competitive, non-competitive or instructional in nature. This semester, we will offer a variety of no-contact and socially-distanced options and activities. To find out more information, search HowlConnect for the specific club sport you are interested in and reach out to the president!
Coming Up Next
Explore opportunities to connect to your spirituality and get involved with social justice issues through organizations and activities.