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Opportunities for Kinesiology, Health, and Sport Science Majors

  • Doug Forlano with his trophy

    PLENTY OF OPPORTUNITIES FOR ATHLETES — “I’ve been in the Exercise Science Club for three years and was president. We did the Race to Any Place, where we raised over $2,000 dollars for the leukemia and lymphoma society. We also attended the American College of Sports Medicine conference each October as a club. Personally, a notable moment was winning first place in the 5k Delta Phi Epsilon color run, then winning a power lifting competition (above) in the same day,” said Doug Forlano, Class of 2015.

    What's Happening for Health and Physical Education Majors

    Health and physical education/K-12 Teacher Education majors can engage in activities outside of the classroom, deepening their commitment to an area of expertise.

    Sport Management Club

    The Sport Management Club sponsors various events that help students improve their skills and understanding of the field.

    The Exercise Science Club

    The Exercise Science Club gathers students engaged in this track to support their studies and help them learn about professional trends.

    The Health, Physical Education, and Sports Majors Club

    The Health, Physical Education, and Sports Majors Club helps majors with their studies by inviting professionals to speak.

    Collegiate Organization of Athletic Training Students

    The Collegiate Organization of Athletic Training Students organizes events and gatherings that help prepare students in this competitive and exciting field.

    Health and Physical Education Living-Learning Community

    The Health and Physical Education Living-Learning Community is ideal for students who live on campus. By sharing the Suites on Maple East with fellow health and physical education majors, you can form friendships and easily collaborate on projects.

    James G. Mill Center for Health and Fitness

    Here is where you can keep yourself fit. Enjoy the personal and clean atmosphere, work with accommodating staff, and experience the biomechanically-correct equipment.