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Andrea Willer has been the Titan Recreation Director for nine years. Her educational background includes a BS from Cal Poly, SLO; an MS from Northern Arizona
University; and a Doctorate from the University of La Verne. She has worked passionately on the Student Recreation Center project.

Andrea Willer
Titan Recreation Director (714) 278-PLAY (7529)

Bex, short for Rebecca, originates from North London, UK. Having lived and worked here in So Cal for the last five years, she is acclimatizing to all things American.
However, the accent gives it away every time. She has a BA in Leisure Management and her career to date has been managing health & fitness clubs in the UK and here
in the USA. She has previously worked at The Sports Club/LA and YMCA of Orange County. As a hobby she also teaches Spinning™ and Body Pump™. She does not
know Mary Poppins and has not watched the movie.

Bex Conran-Dunham
Assistant Director Business Operations (714) 278-4863

Alison is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, and has been a personal trainer and
sports performance enhancement specialist for over 15 years. She was the Strength and Conditioning Coach for the CSUF Women’s Athletic teams from 1992-1996 and
the conditioning coach for 7 Olympic gold medalists. Alison has conducted many clinics on sport speed, agility and plyometric training for high school and college bound
athletes. Alison received her BS degree from Morehead State University and her Master’s degree from Long Beach State, in exercise physiology.

Alison Wittwer
Fitness and Aquatics Coordinator (714) 278-4511

Victor has been working at Titan Recreation for two years and he has loved every minute of it. He especially loves working in the college environment because of the
emphasis it puts on education. He also has been amazed at the wonderful, talented group of students he has been able to work with. Victor loves helping customers
with any and every problem, so stop by his office anytime!

Victor Hernandez
Recreation Services Coordinator (714) 278-3978

Originally from Los Angeles, CA; Albert graduated from Cal State Fullerton in May 2004 with a BA in Communications with an emphasis in Advertising and a BA in
Chicano Studies. Albert has worked as the Intramural Coordinator for over two years and has also worked for Titan Recreation as a Titan Youth Sports Camp counselor.
As a former student participant of Intramurals, Albert knows the importance of having well organized leagues to ensure that all participants have a positive experience
with Titan Recreation.

Albert Beltran
Intramural Sports Coordinator (714) 278-4382

Ken Maxey began his employment with Titan Recreation in February of 2005. He has had over ten years of experience in the bowling industry and has been
professionally bowling for over seven years. He was a member of the CSUF bowling team from 1997-1999.

Ken Maxey
Titan Bowl & Billiards Manager (714) 278-5855

Alain was born in Montreal, Canada, but has lived in California most of his life. He received his BS and MS degrees in Kinesiology here at CSUF. Alain’s background
in exercise physiology, psychology, and motor learning has enabled him to be successful in teaching others. He has been climbing for 10 years and enjoys sharing his
knowledge and experiences. Alain’s goal is to have everybody at least try climbing our new Rock Wall. He feels climbing can be an empowering experience and help
show ourselves how to deal with obstacles and fears in our pursuit of excellence. Alain’s hobbies are sports, riding all types of boards, philosophy, nutrition, and yoga.

Alain Bourgault
Group Exercise/Rock Wall Coordinator (714) 278-3702


Titan Recreation offers a wide variety of student jobs that are fun & Please be aware that participation in Titan Recreation facilities and programs
flexible. Check out these opportunities: involves a level of risk. Participation in all Titan Recreation activities is voluntary
• Cardio Weight Room • Intramural Official • Recreation Services Assistant and at your own risk. All participants must complete and sign a release of liability,
• Personal Trainer • Group Fitness Instructor • Front Desk Assistant waiver of right to sue, assumption of risk and agreement to pay claims form prior
• Intramural Assistant • Building Manager • Lifeguard to participation or facility use. Participants are encouraged to have a physical
For job openings, check the website or visit HR in TSU 227. examination prior to participating and provide their own medical/health coverage.
95,000 square foot facility includes:
Titan Recreation Staff 1
• Cardio/Strength training areas
with more than 150 pieces of equipment Useful Information 2
• Multipurpose rooms Memberships 3
Reservations 4
• Indoor track
• Racquetball courts Personal Training 5
• Indoor climbing wall and boulder Aquatics 6
• Dedicated spinning room
Drop-In Fitness 7-8
• Multi-media cardio studio Instructional Classes 9-10
• Outdoor swimming pool
Rock Wall 11-12
JANUARY 24 - MAY 22 Intramural Sports 13-14
Titan Bowl & Billiards 15-16
Monday-Thursday 6:00am - 11:00pm Special Events 17
Friday 6:00am - 8:00pm Family & Youth Programs 18
Saturday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Sustainability Back Cover
Sunday 9:00am - 6:00pm
SRC is closed on the following days: Monday, February 16, Tuesday, March 31,
Saturday-Sunday May 23-24, and Monday May 25.
Friday 5:00pm - 8:00pm Call Recreation Services: (714) 278-PLAY (7529) for general
Saturday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Sunday 9:00am - 6:00pm Email address:
During family hours, members may bring up to Recreation Services Desk
two family members under the age of 18 for free. Monday-Friday 8:00am - 6:00pm
Any guests 18 years or older will be required to Saturday 9:00am - Noon
pay $5 each. Sunday Closed
(Two guest limit per member)

Areas available for use:

• Pool • Racquetball Courts
• Gymnasium • Rock Wall


Welcome to Titan Recreation. I would like to invite you to "Spring Into Action" at the Student Recreation Center! As a member of the
Student Recreation Center, you not only have unlimited access to one of the CSU’s top new facilities, you can also take advantage of
numerous Titan Recreation programs and services including:

• FREE towel service • FREE equipment check out • Student and Member pricing on
• FREE day use locker service • FREE group exercise classes (over 40 hours/week) Personal Training and Instructional Classes
• Family and Youth Programs

So please join and "Spring Into Action" today!

Recreation Services Desk - 2nd Floor - SRC: (714) 278-5196
1. Bring your Campus Wide I.D. (CWID) to the Recreation Services Desk located on the 2nd floor of the SRC.
2. Complete registration process.
3. Start working out.
Student spouse/domestic partner $80 per academic term Non-enrolled continuing students $50 per academic term

University faculty/staff, retired/emeritus faculty/staff, Auxiliary Services Corporation staff,
Alumni Association members, visiting faculty, American Language Program students, and CSUF
Marriott Hotel employees.
Visit the Recreation Monday-Friday 8am-6pm
HOW? Services Desk to sign up. Saturday 9am-12pm
Bring your CWID!

or $25/month CSUF payroll

$300 annual or $120/ Spring Semester deduction available
(must be on annual contract)

Spouses/domestic partners, parents, adult children and adult siblings of an eligible student or Associate Member,
students enrolled through the university’s Extended Education program, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, Hope
WHO? International students/faculty/staff, Western State University students/faculty/staff, and Southern California School
of Optometry students/faculty/staff. Additional documentation may be required.

Visit the Recreation Monday-Friday 8am-6pm

Services Desk to sign up. Saturday 9am-12pm

Titan Recreation accepts cash,

$384 annual or $155/ Spring Semester or $32/month Mastercard, Visa, check and
(must be on annual contract) Titan Tender
SRC members may bring up to two guests per visit for $5 each. Member must be currently enrolled and remain with
their guest(s) throughout their use of the facility. Guests must also show ID and sign the guest pass waiver prior to
utilizing the facility. Guests must adhere to all SRC rules, regulations, and staff instructions.


With SRC member present $5 each Day use lockers available free of charge - bring
(Limit 2 guests per member per visit) your own padlock or purchase one at the Front Desk.

Campus Visitor $10 each Rental

Rent a locker for the spring semester for just $25 or
CSUF Marriott Guest $10 each $75 for a year!
The Student Recreation Center offers several unique facility options to accommodate a wide variety of
activities. Book your next meeting, luncheon, workshop, or special event at the SRC today.





SRC members can “drop-in” and use the three multipurpose studios (Harvey McKee Fitness Studio,
Dance Studio, Martial Arts Studio) any time it is not scheduled for a program or reserved for a
group. Just check in at the front desk!
For more information and pricing,
please contact:
Bex Conran-Dunham
Assistant Director of Business Operations *Photos by Kelly Lacefield

Personal Training Meet the Trainers
Workout efficiently and effectively with a personal trainer who can Free advice on how to workout efficiently and effectively, free body
help you reach your fitness goals! composition and weight room orientation.
Single Session Student Member 7pm-8:30pm 2/4 2/5
$30 $40

Includes: body composition with calipers, review of medical history,

goal assessment and 1 hour workout. Total time for first session is one
hour and 15 minutes. Future single sessions purchased will include
only a one hour workout.
Package = 10 Student Member Human Sport Line and Kettlebell 2/9 2/10
$270 $360
Available by appointment: Visit Recreation Services Desk - 2nd floor - Instinct Line, Physio Ball, bands and balance 3/9 3/10
SRC for more information and to book your appointment.
ADA Inclusive & Impact Line 4/6 4/7
First session includes: body composition with Futrex, review of
medical history, goal assessment, girth measurements and a one Free demonstration by a personal trainer at 7pm! Group participation
hour workout. Total time for first session is one hour and 30 minutes. with trainer assistance! Learn how to better incorporate this
Future sessions will be one hour each. Future packages purchased equipment into your workout routine for a total body workout and
will include only a one hour workout. better variety in strength training.

Buddy Training Body Composition

Designed for two or three participants, buddy training offers an
option for those who are short on cash but interested in a personal Find out just how lean you are! In just a few minutes, we can tell
trainer. By “buddying up,” you will have a great workout partner you your percentage of lean body mass, percent body fat, percent
for a fraction of the price. body water, body mass index, recommended caloric intake and more!
Just roll up your sleeve for a quick and painless assessment using the
1-on-1 Training Student Member latest technology! Total Time = 20 minutes
$30 each $40 each
Body Composition (Futrex 5000 system) $10
Available by appointment: Visit Recreation Services Desk - 2nd floor -
SRC for more information and to book your appointment. Available by appointment: Visit Recreation
Services Desk - 2nd floor - SRC for more
information and to book your appointment.
Buddy Training (2) Student Member
Please make sure you are well hydrated. Do not exercise heavily
$40 for 2 $50 for 2
before your appointment or drink large amounts of caffeine. For
Buddy Training (3) Student Member best results - drink a full glass of water before you test!
$50 for 3 $60 for 3

Outdoor Fitness
Weight Room
Boot Camp Kali Knapp

Orientations Tired of your same old workout routine? Need a kick start? Join
New to lifting weights? Orientations will include how our NEW Outdoor Fitness Boot Camp and let our Certified Personal
to properly adjust equipment and locate the type of Trainers help put the fun back into your fitness routine. Fire up your
equipment you prefer to use. Free to members! endurance, strength, and flexibility. All fitness levels welcome.
Meet at the Front Desk! Session I Feb 21-Mar 21 Session II Apr 18-May 16
Noon-1pm 2/6 3/6 4/10 5 classes each session on Saturdays from Student Member Non-Member
10-11AM. Sessions must be paid in full prior
to February 18 for Session I and April 15 Session Rate $62 $72 $78
for Session II.
Drop-In Rate $15 $18 $20
Space permitting, you may drop-in and join
any class. Fees must be paid prior to the Fitness Boot Camp T-shirt $12
5 start of class.
Pool Hours
Saturday, January 24 - Friday, May 22, 2009
Monday- Thursday 6:30am - 8:00pm
Friday 6:30am - 7:30pm
Saturday & Sunday 9:30am - 5:30pm
Please visit website to check for holiday hours.

Spring Learn to Swim

Registration begins March 16th. All lessons conducted at CSUF pool, east of the Kinesiology
building. Visit for classes and times. Also look for new class offerings
for our summer Learn to Swim program! Free campus parking Fridays 5pm - Sundays at midnight!

Session I Fridays 5-7pm April 17, 24 & May 1, 8, 15 & 29 $30

Session II Saturdays 10am - 12:30pm April 18, 25 & May 2, 9, 16 & 30 $30

Session III Sundays 12pm - 2pm April 19, 26 & May 3, 10, 17, 31 $30

Swim the English Channel

March 2 - May 8
Complete the 21 mile swim in 10 weeks and win a prize! Swim laps at the SRC pool and the lifeguards will
track your progress! A great way to get in shape for spring break and summer! FREE! Contest concludes May 8.

Titan Fitness Challenge

Alison Wittwer ASI Productions, a program of Associated Students Inc. at Cal State Fullerton, has teamed up with Titan
(714) 278-4511
Recreation, Student Health Services and Counseling and Psychological Services, all part of the Student Affairs
team to create the Titan Fitness Challenge competition.

The Titan Fitness Challenge will begin the week of February 2nd, and will conclude after 10 weeks of
competition. A total of 24 students will be selected. Free personal training, mind and body workshops and
nutritional coaching will be provided to each contestant to help them achieve their goals throughout the

An overall winner will be declared at the end of the 10-week competition

and will be awarded an eSpinner exercise bike from STAR TRAC, a prize
valued at more than $4,800.

Applications are available online at or in room 269 of the

Titan Student Union.
Class Descriptions
Flow Yoga This class focuses on the free flow of movement and breath. This style of Yoga is filled with
fluid sequences, encouraging alignment, mindful breathing, strength and flexibility.

Power Yoga Focus on the mind-body benefits of Yoga with this intense class. Improve your overall
conditioning, balance, flexibility and strength with this vigorous format.

Pilates Enjoy this challenging mat class, focusing on building strong abdominals and lower back. Use
the mind-body connection to perform concentrated movements, and improve strength, align-
ment, coordination, and muscular symmetry.

Martial Arts Fitness Teaches how to strike padded equipment, develop power, flexibility, self-confidence, and
execute techniques from kung fu, karate, kickboxing and more.

Cardio Camp This advanced workout is loaded with unique choreography that will challenge the body from
start to finish.

Cardio Kickboxing Using a variety of punch and kick combinations, along with boxer’s footwork, this class is
designed to build endurance, tone muscles, and increase agility. Kickboxing moves and high
energy music will get you pumped.

Hip Hop We will use a blend of hip hop, funk, and house dancing... creating an energetic workout. Get
toned, get fit, and DANCE!

Guts, Butts, and Thighs This class hits right to the core. Core training utilizes the body’s weight; incorporating
abdominal, leg, and hip exercises to target those, “trouble areas.” Firm, define, and tone the
mid & lower areas of the body.

Abs & More Focus on strengthening your core through a variety of abdominal, back, and other strength
exercises. This class is designed to promote core stability and redefine your waistline.

Titan Cycle Enjoy a vigorous but non-impact, cardio workout. Learn proper set-up, riding technique,
proper form, moves and safety techniques. This class is great for all cyclists.

Spring 2009 Drop-In Fitness Schedule
Over 40 hours of FREE drop-in classes per week
Time Day Class Room

6:30-7:30am Mon, Wed, Fri Flow Yoga Dance
6:30-7:30am Mon - Fri Titan Cycle Spin

12:05-12:50pm Mon, Wed Titan Cycle Spin
12:05-12:50pm Mon, Wed, Fri Guts, Butts & Thighs Harvey McKee
12:05-12:50pm Tues, Thurs Cardio Camp Harvey McKee
12:05-12:50pm Tues, Thurs, Fri Flow Yoga Dance

5:30-6:30pm Mon Flow Yoga Dance
5:30-6:30pm Mon, Wed Cardio Kickboxing Harvey McKee
5:30-6:30pm Tues, Thurs Hip Hop Dance
5:30-6:30pm Tues, Thurs Titan Cycle Spin
5:30-6:30pm Tues, Thurs Guts, Butts & Thighs Harvey McKee
5:30-6:30pm Wed Pilates Dance

6:30-7:30pm Mon, Wed Flow Yoga Harvey McKee
6:30-7:30pm Tues, Thurs Power Yoga Harvey McKee

7:00-8:00pm Tues, Thurs Martial Arts Fitness Martial Arts

7:30-8:30pm Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs Titan Cycle Spin
7:30-8:30pm Tues, Wed Abs & More Harvey McKee
7:30-8:30pm Thurs Pilates Harvey McKee

10-11am Saturday Flow Yoga Dance
11am-12pm Saturday Titan Cycle Spin

Drum Circle Wednesdays, Feb 11, March 11, April 8, & May 13 Time Room Fee
Bring your drum and join the group! Once a month gathering. 8:30-9:30pm Dance Free

Drop-In Fitness Classes

available for SRC
members & guests only.

Instructional Class Descriptions
Beginning Kung Fu Classes will teach basic blocks, attacks & self-defense techniques, along with the history &
philosophy of Chinese Kung Fu. Ideal for people looking to learn how to protect themselves, get fit
& flexible, & experience an ancient martial culture.

Karate A traditional Japanese style of Karate using hand and foot techniques in forms (kata), self-defense,
and sparring. Instruction is given as a means of self-defense, physical exercise and personal

Mixed Martial Arts Teaches the basics of stand-up striking, grappling and wrestling. It’s great for anyone interested in
learning a variety of martial-arts styles.

Medieval Swordsmanship This 6-week course is an introduction to the fundamentals of historical fencing based on
interpretations of Medieval German and Italian fencing manuals. Class covers grips, stances,
footwork, cuts and thrusts, methods of defense, and historical tactics of fencing with the longsword.

Kickboxing Teaches the basics of kickboxing, Muay Thai and grappling techniques. It’s ideal for full body
conditioning, shadow boxing, and all equipment is provided.

Women’s Self-Defense This class teaches street survival techniques, situational awareness, home security & defensive
mindset. Ideal for ALL women.

CPR/First Aid Participants learn to recognize & respond to a wide variety of emergencies. Course will include
initial assessment of victims, emergency scene management, and safety & protection from blood-
borne pathogens. Build skills for a new or existing job, or simply know how to help someone in an

Lifeguarding This American Red Cross Lifeguard Training is done over 2 weekends and is valid for 3 years.
Includes First Aid and CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer.

Triathlon Training This training program will enable you to train with focus, while keeping your workouts more
interesting & productive. Whatever your goal -- triathlon, marathon, 10K -- these classes will help
support & motivate you to reach greater heights.

Performance Cycle These 90-minute classes are designed to take your training to the next level. Experience a
challenging array of intervals, hill training, resistance, & drills. We will use bike computers to
monitor cadence & heart rate for improving aerobic capacity.

Salsa One of the hottest Latin dances has become a great workout alternative. This class will teach the
many steps & techniques of Salsa dancing while leading/following a dance partner. Dance partner
not required to participate.

Belly Dancing Learn the basic moves and rhythms of this Middle Eastern dance style while you tone those
abdominal muscles. The instructors will lead you through various dance patterns as you become
more proficient in this ancient art.

Swing Dancing Dance to big band, rock-and-roll, and blues with Swing. Our instructors will teach you to dance to
various tempos using variations of the six-count basic, including single, double, and triple-steps. You
will learn unique Swing moves such as the Cuddle, Sugar-Push, and Apache.

Street Dancing A blend of hip hop, funk, & house dancing, creating an energetic workout & art form. Participants
will be guided by improvisation creating their own personal style.

Drum Fusion Explore the benefits of drumming to reduce stress, strengthen the immune system, & release joyful
endorphins. Djembe drums will be provided & used to learn traditional West African rhythms, teach
specific exercises & techniques to help develop inner rhythm. No musical experience necessary!

Dance, Music & Fitness (Instructional Classes)
Class Session Day Time Student Member Member
Session I
Performance Cycle Feb 9-Mar 23* Mondays 5:30-7:00pm $30 $35 $38
Swing Dancing Feb 9-Mar 23* Mondays 7:00-8:00pm $22 $25 $28
Drum Fusion Feb 10-Mar 17 Tuesdays 8:00-9:30pm $30 $35 $38
Salsa Feb 10-Mar 17 Tuesdays 7:00-8:00pm $22 $25 $28
Belly Dancing Feb 11-Mar 18 Wednesdays 7:00-8:00pm $22 $25 $28
Performance Cycle Feb 11-Mar 18 Wednesdays 5:30-7:00pm $30 $35 $38
Street Dancing Feb 12-Mar 19 Thursdays 7:00-8:00pm $22 $25 $28
Triathlon Training Feb 13-Mar 20 Fridays 11:00am-1:00pm $34 $40 $42
Session II
Performance Cycle Apr 6-May11 Mondays 5:30-7:00pm $30 $35 $38
Belly Dancing Apr 6-May 11 Mondays 7:00-8:00pm $22 $25 $28
Drum Fusion Apr 6-May 11 Mondays 8:00-9:30pm $30 $35 $38
Street Dancing Apr 7-May 12 Tuesdays 7:00-8:00pm $22 $25 $28
Swing Dancing Apr 8-May 13 Wednesdays 7:00-8:00pm $22 $25 $28
Performance Cycle Apr 8-May 13 Wednesdays 5:30-7:00pm $30 $35 $38
Salsa Apr 9-May 14 Thursdays 7:00-8:00pm $22 $25 $28
Triathlon Training Apr 10-May 15 Fridays 11:00am-1:00pm $34 $40 $42

Martial Arts *Make Up session for Presidents’ Day off


Class Session Day Time Student Member Member
Session I
Karate Feb 9-Mar 23* Mon/Wed 8:00-9:30pm $34 $40 $42
Mixed Martial Arts Feb 9-Mar 23* Mondays 6:00-8:00pm $34 $40 $42
Beginning Kung Fu Feb 10-Mar 19 Tue/Thur 8:00-9:30pm $34 $40 $42
Kickboxing Feb 10-Mar 19 Tue/Thur 5:30-7:00pm $34 $40 $42
Medieval Swordsmanship Feb 11-Mar 18 Wednesdays 7:00-8:00pm $22 $25 $28
Women’s Self Defense Feb 11-Mar 18 Wednesdays 6:00-7:00pm $22 $25 $28
Session II
Karate Apr 6-May 13 Mon/Wed 8:00-9:30pm $34 $40 $42
Mixed Martial Arts Apr 6-May 11 Mondays 6:00-8:00pm $34 $40 $42
Beginning Kung Fu Apr 7-May 14 Tue/Thur 8:00-9:30pm $34 $40 $42
Kickboxing Apr 7-May 14 Tue/Thur 5:30-7:00pm $34 $40 $42
Alain Bourgault Women’s Self Defense Apr 8-May 13 Wednesdays 6:00-7:00pm $22 $25 $28 Medieval Swordsmanship Apr 8-May 13 Wednesdays 7:00-8:00pm $22 $25 $28
(714) 278-3702

American Red Cross

For instructional
Class Date Times CSUF Student SRC Member Non-Member
classes, all
Adult CPR/AED Feb 6 1-5pm $32 $36 $40
participants must First Aid Feb 6 5-8pm $24 $27 $30
register and pay class Adult/Child/Infant CPR and AED Feb 7 10am-4pm $48 $54 $60

fees at Recreation Adult CPR/AED Mar 27 1-5pm $32 $36 $40

First Aid Mar 27 5-8pm $24 $27 $30
Services Desk (SRC
CPR For the Professional Rescuer Mar 28 8am-4pm $60 $67 $75
2nd floor) at least Adult CPR/AED May 8 1-5pm $32 $36 $40
48 hours before the First Aid May 8 5-8pm $24 $27 $30
Adult/Child/Infant CPR and AED May 9 10am-4pm $48 $54 $60
class begins.
Lifeguarding (includes book) April 18-19 & 25-26 9-6/day $145 $167 $180
Climb El Capitan
Feb 9 - April 30
Complete 3,000 feet of vertical climbing to the top of “El Cap” and win a prize! Climb
“pitches” at the SRC Rock Wall and the staff will track your progress! A great way to cross-
train and get into shape! FREE! Contest concludes April 30.

Open Climb Hours

All participating climbers must pass top rope safety belay test via:
the Climb I Class, the KHS 114a Class, or Test Out.
Open Climb At the Rock Wall
Monday - Thursday 7pm - 10pm Free

Saturday - Sunday 10am - 3pm

Alain Bourgault
(714) 278-3702

Rock Wall Climb Classes

Climb I Tuesdays 5pm- 7pm CSUF Student $25
Wednesdays 3pm - 5pm SRC Member $28
Thursdays 11am - 1pm Non-Member $32
Visit the Recreation Services Desk - 2nd floor - SRC for more
information and to register for this class.

Climb I teaches the safety skills needed to pass the top rope safety (belay) test, which is
required for access to the wall during “Open Climb.” Fee includes equipment and shoes.
Test out is available for experienced climbers by appointment. (Cost $10)
Climb II Session A (Feb 10-24) Tuesdays 3pm - 5pm CSUF Student $40

Session B (Mar 9-23) Mondays 5pm - 7pm SRC Member $46

Session C (Apr 15-29) Wednesdays 5pm - 7pm Non-Member $50

Visit the Recreation Services Desk - 2nd floor - SRC for more
information and to register for this class.

Climb II is a fundamental technique class designed for climbers who want to improve
climbing movement. Fee includes equipment and shoes.
Bouldering Session I (March 12-26) Thursdays 12pm - 2pm CSUF Student $40

Session II (April 13-27) Mondays 12pm - 2pm SRC Member $46

Non-Member $50

Bouldering is an advanced course designed for those climbers ready for the next level.
Fees include equipment and shoes.
1 Day Workshops Saturday (Feb 21, Mar 21, Apr 18) 10am-1pm CSUF Student $20

This 1 day class will teach the fundamental techniques for improving SRC Member $23

climbing movement. Non-Member $25

Girls Night Out on the Rock Thursday, Feb 12 7pm-10pm Free

Rookies on the Rock Thursday, Mar 12 7pm-10pm Free

Climbing Competition Saturday, May 9 10am-2pm Prizes

Try Rock Climbing Open Climb Time FREE*

Try First Time Climb! Stop by during open climb time for a free trial run. (One visit per person.)

Albert Beltran
(714) 278-4382

Intramural Sports offers opportunities to participate in sports activities on a competitive
or recreational level. Leagues and one-day tournaments are available in a wide variety
of indoor/outdoor sports. Intramural Sports events are open to all CSUF students,
faculty, and staff.

• League Registrations are processed on a first come, first served basis. Teams must pay
the entry fee at the SRC Recreation Services Desk - 2nd Floor in the SRC, before rosters
will be accepted.
• A $5 late fee will be added to the entry fee for any roster which is accepted after the
deadline. Late entry forms must be approved by the Intramural Sports Coordinator
before they will be accepted.
• Entry fees are assessed for each team entered in an officiated sport. These sports
include: Flag Football, Ultimate Frisbee, Soccer, Volleyball, Softball, Basketball,
and Badminton.
Events • All rosters must be turned in by the entry deadline and a representative from the
team must attend the Captain’s meeting to secure a spot in the league. Teams without
a representative at the Captain’s meeting risk being dropped from the league.
Event Date Time Location Fee
• Rosters are to be completed in full, with valid campus-wide ID numbers listed for each
Big West Shootout Tues 2/17 7pm-9pm Titan Gym Free participant. Entry forms are available online at or at the
NIRSA DAY Thurs 2/19 6am-11pm SRC Free SRC Recreation Services Desk.

All of our one-day tournaments are free. The only requirement to participate in the tournament Tournament Date Time Location Fee
is to bring your valid Titan Card with you. It is recommended that you arrive to the event at Spot Shot Competition Tues 2/10 7pm - 10pm SRC Gym Courts 1 & 2 Free
Table Tennis Mon 2/23 3pm - 6pm SRC Racquetball Courts Free
least 15-30 minutes before the scheduled start time to secure a spot in the tournament. Rock Wall Challenge Thurs 3/12 4pm - 7pm SRC Rock Wall Free
Kickball Tournament Wed 3/25 2pm - 5pm SRC Gym Courts 2 & 3 Free
Racquetball Singles Wed 4/8 6pm - 9pm SRC Racquetball Courts Free
Wiffleball Home Run Derby Tues 4/21 2pm - 5pm SRC Gym Courts 2 & 3 Free
6x6 Soccer Mon 5/4 3pm - 6pm IM Fields Free
Wallyball Wed 5/6 1pm - 4pm SRC Racquetball Courts Free

League Date Time Location Fee
Tuesday 5x5 Basketball Tuesday (2/24 - 4/28) $60
Entry Forms Due 2/13 6pm SRC Rec Services Desk per
Free Agent Meeting 2/17 9pm SRC Gym Court 3 team
Captain’s Meeting 2/17 10pm SRC Gym Court 3
Men’s and Women’s League Tuesday 6pm-11pm SRC Gym Courts 1 & 2

Wednesday 5x5 Basketball Wednesday (2/25 - 4/29) $60

Entry Forms Due 2/13 6pm SRC Rec Services Desk per
Free Agent Meeting 2/18 7pm SRC Gym Court 3 team
Captain’s Meeting 2/18 8pm SRC Gym Court 3
Men’s and Women’s League Wednesday 6pm-11pm SRC Gym Courts 1 & 2
Day Soccer Monday through Thursday
(Women 2/23 - 4/8) (Men 2/24 - 4/9) $50
Entry Forms Due 2/13 6pm SRC Rec Services Desk per
Free Agent Meeting: Women 2/18 Noon SRC Gym Court 3 team
Captain’s Meeting: Women 2/18 12:30pm SRC Gym Court 3
Free Agent Meeting: Men 2/17 Noon SRC Gym Court 3
Captain’s Meeting: Men 2/17 12:30pm SRC Gym Court 3
Women’s League Mon/Wed Noon-1pm IM Fields
Men’s League Tues/Thurs Noon-1pm IM Fields

Monday Night Flag Football Monday (3/2 - 5/11) $50

Entry Forms Due 2/13 6pm SRC Rec Services Desk per
Free Agent Meeting 2/23 7pm SRC Gym Court 3 team
Captain’s Meeting 2/23 8pm SRC Gym Court 3
Monday Night Flag Football League Monday 6pm-10pm Titan Track

4x4 CoEd Volleyball Monday (3/2 - 4/13) $50

Entry Forms Due 2/13 6pm SRC Rec Services Desk per
Free Agent Meeting 2/23 7pm SRC Gym Court 3 team
Captain’s Meeting 2/23 8pm SRC Gym Court 3
CoEd Volleyball League Mondays 6pm-10pm SRC Gym Courts 1 & 2

Men/Women Night Softball Wednesday (3/25 - 5/13) $50

Entry Forms Due 3/13 6pm SRC Rec Services Desk per
Free Agent Meeting 3/18 6pm SRC Gym Court 3 team
Captain’s Meeting 3/18 7pm SRC Gym Court 3
Men/Women Night Softball League Wednesday 6pm-10pm S. Softball Field

Day CoEd Softball Tuesday/Thursday (4/14 - 5/14) $50

Entry Forms Due 3/13 6pm SRC Rec Services Desk per
Free Agent Meeting 3/24 Noon SRC Gym Court 3 team
Captain’s Meeting 3/24 12:30pm SRC Gym Court 3
CoEd Softball League Tuesday/Thursday Noon-1pm IM Field
Badminton Singles Thursday (3/26 - 5/7) $20
Entry Forms Due 3/13 6pm SRC Rec Services Desk per
Free Agent/Captain’s Meeting 3/19 7pm SRC Gym Court 3 entry

Need a Team?I
Badminton Singles League Thursday 7pm-9pm SRC Gym Courts 1 & 2

• If you would like to participate in ANY intramural activity but have

not yet found a team or partner, you can become a FREE AGENT.
• Sign up in person at the Recreation Services Desk.
• Sign up online on the Intramural Sports website at
• Once you sign up, you must remember to attend the Free Agent
Meeting for the sport you are interested in playing to ensure you
will be drafted by a team. It’s that simple.

Monday- Thursday 7:00am - 10:00pm
Friday 7:00am - Midnight
Please visit the website for Holiday hours.
Noon - Midnight
Neon Nights
All areas available for private rental - please call (714) 278-5856 or email
Come experience the fun of Neon Nights, only at Titan Bowl & Billiards.

Titan Bowl Ever thought about how fun it would be to bowl in a club atmosphere?
Titan Bowl & Billiards combines both experiences into one at Neon Nights.

Titan Pride Bowling League Student, Faculty, Staff, and Community Saturdays, 8-Midnight $8/per person, per hour Free shoe rental
Tuesdays, 7pm $13 per week
If a waiting list has formed, guests will be limited to 1 hour of bowling. Up
The Titan Pride Bowling League returns for another fun-filled semester in Titan to 6 people per lane. For more information, please call (714) 278-2144.
Bowl. A team consists of 3 individuals and is open to everyone. You can sign up as a
whole team or simply sign up as an individual to meet new people.
•Cash prizes awarded at the conclusion of the league

•Banquet provided on the last league night
•Starts 2/17 Free Billiards/Bowling
Please call (714) 278-2144 for more information.
Free Billiards With Valid TitanCard
Children’s League Madagascar™ Bowling Club Tuesdays, 3-5pm FREE
• Saturdays beginning 2/7 2 games per week Free Shoe Rental
• Ages 5-16 years old Free Bowling With Valid TitanCard

Package Price Details

Shoe Rental - $2.50 Thursdays, 3-5pm FREE

Basic $5/week Participation trophy

End of season ice cream party
Video Arcade
Mini $7/week Basic package items plus:
•Madagascar™ T-shirt and Bowling Pin Titan Video Arcade features over 15 video games
from all genres that are sure to satisfy every gamer’s needs.
Deluxe $11/week Basic package items plus:
• Madagascar™ Bowling Bag and
Bowling Ball* Titan Gaming Center
*Bowling balls are delivered undrilled. Drilling service is not included in the package.
Featuring six Xbox 360 stations with 37” LCD wall-mount televisions and a wide
For more information about the Madagascar™ Bowling Club, please contact the
array of game titles. For game titles, visit
program coordinator at (714) 278-5856 or by email at
Students Faculty, Staff Community
Dollar Bowling Student, Faculty, Staff, and Community
Xbox 360 Stations FREE $4.00/hr $6.00/hr
Wednesdays, 6-10pm $1/Game & $1/Shoe Rental

Experience an inexpensive family or group outing. For more information, please

call (714) 278-2144.

Table Tennis 3/12 & 4/23 4pm Poker Qualifying Dates
2/4 2/19
8-Ball Billiards 2/25 & 4/13 4pm 3/4 3/19
3/25 4/16
Table Tennis tournament sign-ups begin 3/9 and 4/20
4/29 5/7
by calling (714) 278-2144. Limited to 16 players.
Free to enter! Open to the campus community.
Ken Maxey 8-ball tournament sign-ups begin 2/17 and 4/6 The winner of each tournament, plus the next
(714) 278-5855 by calling (714) 278-2144. Limited to 16 players. 12 non-winners from our points list will compete
To Enter Students Faculty/Staff at the end of the semester in the Tournament of

$7 Champions on 5/13 at 4pm.

Prizes 1st Place 2nd Place
Each tournament begins promptly at 4pm, and
$50 Visa Gift Card $25 Visa Gift Card
participants can sign up beginning at 7am the
day of the tournament by calling (714) 278-2144.

TV Lounge Facility Rental

Our TV Lounge includes four 73” high-definition televisions. Various viewing Fully customizable packages including bowling, billiards, table tennis,
events will be held throughout the semester, including NHL and NBA games. and free play arcade. Ideal for your next team, religious group, birthday
For more on our viewing events, visit party or club events.

Facilities Available: Rates:

• 8-lane Bowling Center • Competitive packages available
• 12 Gold Crown Billiards Tables • Recommended 2-week lead time
Open House Event • Video Arcade for reservations

Tuesday, February 3, 2009 from 5-7pm. Catering:

Experience all of the services Titan Bowl & Billiards has to offer! Featuring • OC Choice Catering, located in the Titan Student Union, provides a
free bowling, billiards, food and drinks. For questions, visit wide range of catering options for your event. You can also select from or call (714) 278-2144. various pre-approved vendors in the local community.
• Self-Catering is also available. Please ask your event planner.
Call us today to make your next event spectacular!

(714) 278-5856 •Email:

Locker Rentals
Titan Bowl & Billiards has lockers available to rent for the semester. The cost Super Sunday Football
is $15. To rent a locker, please inquire at the Titan Bowl & Billiards service
desk or call (714) 278-2144. Bring your friends and join in the fun at Titan Bowl & Billiards
Super Sunday Football Party!
• February 1, starting at 3pm • Free Pizza, Snacks, and Drinks
• Free Billiards throughout the game • Prizes and Giveaways 16
The SRC and Titan Recreation are proud to host and take part in a number of events on campus
and at the SRC during Spring semester. See below for all scheduled events, contact
(714) 278-3978 for more information (membership coordinator).


Date Event Time

February 5 Thursday Spring Into Action 5:00PM - 9:00PM

Come join us for a high energy semester starter.
Check the website for special class schedules and descriptions.

14 Saturday Broken Hearted Workout Noon - 2:00PM

Need to burn off some frustration?
Bring a picture of your EX and take it out on our punching bags!

19 Tuesday National Intramural Recreational Sports Day (NIRSA) All Day

March 1 Sunday Titan Triathlon 6:00AM-11:00PM

Compete against yourself to finish a full ironman triathlon at the SRC.
2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike, 26.2 mile run. Register by Feb. 18. Race starts on March 1!
Must be completed by April 30! $15 registration fee includes t-shirt and water bottle.

April 22 Wednesday Earth Day 11:00AM - 7:00PM

How earth-friendly are you? Learn about your carbon footprint and how you can tread a little
lighter. Join the SRC in our pursuit to be eco-friendly!

24 Friday 1st Annual Titan Recreation Golf Tournament

More information coming soon at

May 9 Saturday Mother’s Day 9:00AM - 6:00PM

Bring a mom (your mom, aunt, sister, wife, partner-any mom qualifies) to the Student
Recreation Center for the ultimate one day retreat.
$20 registration fee (per non-member) includes:
• Full use of the Student Recreation Center facility and pool
• 6 hours of group exercise classes including- spin; kickboxing; water aerobics; guts, butts,
and thighs; belly dancing; yoga
• Rock climbing
• Titan Recreation giveaways
• Opportunity drawing for a free Annual Membership and much, much more!

Following services available at an additional fee:
• Pool side massage
• Pool side manicure/pedicure
• Pool side no host snack and beverage service (ID required)

11-22 All Night Study Check the website

Don’t let the stress of finals get you down! The Titan Student Union & Student Recreation for a schedule of
Center offer several events and services during All Night Study to give students an opportunity event & times
to take a break and alleviate stress.

Free parking!
Family & Youth Programs Fridays 5pm - Sundays Midnight

Learn to Swim Session I Fridays 5-7pm April 17, 24 & May 1, 8, 15 & 29 $30
Ages 6 Months to Adult Session II Saturdays 10am - 12:30pm April 18, 25 & May 2, 9, 16 & 30 $30

Session III Sundays 12pm - 2pm April 19, 26 & May 3, 10, 17, 31 $30

Parent and Child Enrichment 8 week programs (March 28 - May 16); Saturdays only
Yoga Baby! (Saturdays 11:00am-11:45am)
3-12 months
“Yoga-Baby” is a fun-loving and active class combining unique, baby friendly yoga with music, amusing props (scarves, bells, balls, a
parachute, “popcorn” mat, etc.) and social interaction to create an enriching parent/child activity. Together we’ll breathe-bounce-sing-move-
sit-crawl-hop-jump... and relax! No yoga experience is required. Yoga mats available or bring your own.

One and Two-Baby Boogie and You (Saturdays Noon-12:45pm)

1-2.5 years
Children and parents alike will delight in a sense of movement. Dance is a marvelous introduction for little students to acquire confidence
and discipline as well as strength, knowledge, and coordination.

Tot Tap and Jazz (Saturdays 1:00pm-1:45pm)

2-5 years $48 per child/ per 8 week session (Student Rate)
Tap develops a sense of rhythm and timing that is also useful in music
study and athletics. Jazz encourages the freedom of creative expression $55 per child/ per 8 week session (Member Rate)
and is fun, fun, fun! The most rewarding part of this program is that it $60 per child/ per 8 week session (Non-Member Rate)
enhances confidence and positive self-image. No special shoes required.

Youth Rock Climbing Instruction First Fridays of each month Second Saturdays of each month Fee
Ages 8-17 years
February 6 6:30pm-8:00pm February 14 10:30am-Noon $15/day

March 6 6:30pm-8:00pm March 14 10:30am-Noon

May 1 6:30pm-8:00pm April 11 10:30am-Noon

Sports Performance Enhancement Individual Rates “Buddy” Rates +1 +2 or more

Ages 13-17 years $36 per session (Student Rate) +$20 +$10 each
$40 per session (Member Rate) +$20 +$10 each
$45 per session (Non-Member Rate) +$20 +$10 each
Individual or “buddy” training by appointment; Friday, Saturday, Sunday only. 1 hour sessions.

Call (714) 278-PLAY (7529) for more information.

California State University, Fullerton
Student Recreation Center

What is LEED?
The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System™ is the nationally accepted benchmark

for the design, construction, and operation of high performance green buildings. LEED promotes a whole-building approach to
sustainability by recognizing performance in five key areas of human and environmental health: sustainable site development,
water savings, energy efficiency, materials selection, and indoor environmental quality.
reduced use of potable water
What is LEED certification?
Projects are awarded Certified, Silver, Gold, or Platinum certification depending on the number of credits they achieve. LEED
certified buildings have reduced operating costs, healthier and more productive occupants, and conserve our natural resources.

Sustainable Features of the Student Recreation Center

SRC-Sustainable Site Development: Design decisions have been made to ensure a sustainable site. The hardscape treatments
have a solar reflectance index which helps reduce the heat island effect. In addition, an Energy Star rated roofing membrane has
been selected for an even greater reduction in heat absorbance.

Site selection has contributed to a reduction in environmental impacts from transportation. Additional bike racks have been installed
along with the shower/changing room facilities that have been integrated into the design to encourage biking as an alternative to

fossil fuel transportation to campus. CSUF already promotes sustainable transportation through the use of car pooling, 50%
Metrolink cost discounts, and U-pass for free bus transportation with the Orange County Transportation Authority.

improved energy efficiency Site selection and development has also maximized open space and preserved natural habitat. In addition to the campus' existing
26 acre arboretum, the Student Recreation Center will include an outdoor activity area known as Dumbo Downs. Dumbo Downs is
planned to include outdoor fields and courts as well as picnic and seating areas. The campus recreation program as a whole delivers
a balance between interior and exterior environments thus promoting a healthy and active experience.

SRC-Water Savings: Water efficiency is a major focus in the Student Recreation Center and is estimated to save 40% more water
than the baseline standard. This was accomplished by specifying low flow water fixtures for lavatories (0.5 gpm),
dual flush water closets (1.6/1.1 gpf), low flow showerheads (1.6gpm) and low flow urinals (0.5 gpf). The project also uses the latest
low flow landscape watering technology to surpass a 50% reduction of potable water use. The surface flow irrigation system reduces
runoff and provides for a highly efficient low pressure system which saves potable water versus the traditional spray type system.

SRC-Energy Efficiency: Energy conservation for the Student Recreation Center exceeds the baseline standard by over 30%. This is

due in part to the high performance satellite central plant which was designed to support both the Titan Student Union and the
Student Recreation Center. This system won the CSU/UC Best Practices Award in 2006 for best HVAC design.

increase of water savings over SRC-Material Selection: The Student Recreation Center's interior sustainability features include low emitting materials-paints,
baseline standard
sealants and adhesives, carpets, and no urea formaldehyde in the composite wood. The building materials specified were extracted,
harvested, and manufactured within a 500 mile radius of the project site, and provide high recycled content.

SRC-Indoor Environmental Quality: The Student Recreation Center is committed to environmental preferable cleaning products
and practices. The "Think Green! Clean Green!" custodial program is intended to reduce exposure of building occupants to
potentially hazardous chemical contaminants that adversely impact air quality, occupant well-being, and the environment. The
program specifies approved and prohibited chemicals and practices, and employee training, which meet or exceed Green Seal
standards GS-37, GS-40 and the California Code of Regulations.
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So you're ready to make some lifestyle changes in the name of the environment-but where to start? Whether it's the way you use
water, or habits about how you recycle and reuse waste, or which products you purchase and use, there are a broad array of different
areas where you can make an impact on the world around you. To get started, visit these websites:
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