Campus Recreation/Mashouf Wellness Center
The Mashouf Wellness Center (opening Fall 2017) will offer recreation and wellness programs and activities for the SF State campus community. Serving as a new social center for the campus, the Center supports campus wellness and healthy living. The Mashouf Wellness Center is a student-driven wellness center whose mission is to guide personal development through transformative activities, foster a sense of belonging within our community, and to help promote a culture of health and wellness across the University. Currently enrolled students may gain entry by showing their SF State ID card. Memberships are available for purchase by SF State faculty, staff, and alumni.
Features of the Mashouf Wellness Center include: a climbing wall, massage therapy studio, three exercise studios, two gymnasium spaces, outdoor resource center, indoor pool facility with spa and sauna, spacious cardio and strength equipment areas, a jogging track, two racquetball/squash courts, locker room facilities, a juice bar, and a recreation field. The Mashouf Wellness Center is located at the corner of Font and Lake Merced Boulevards and hopes to obtain LEED Platinum certification from the US Green Building Council.
Campus Recreation offers programs providing opportunities for all students to participate in activities in either a structured or drop-in basis. The goal of the staff is to encourage fun, fair play, and participation for all in a safe environment.
Intramural sports leagues are offered in the Fall and Spring semesters with options for men’s, women’s, and coed recreation. Current sports include: indoor and outdoor soccer, flag football, volleyball, and basketball. Students may register as a team or join as a free agent. Most leagues play weekly and have no team fee. Campus-wide special events include Costume Dodgeball and the SF State 5K Walk, Run, Roll.
Sport clubs are student-led organizations that meet regularly to pursue an interest in a competitive collegiate activity at the state, regional, and national levels. Sport clubs provide opportunities for students to enhance their collegiate experience. Sport clubs serve as an excellent setting for the development of athletic skills and leadership while providing important social outlets.
The informal recreation and aquatics programs are offered on a drop-in basis. Activities include: basketball, volleyball, indoor soccer, badminton, weight training, and swimming. Group X classes are led by certified instructors in Zumba, Yoga, Piyo, etc. These activities have no fee, but participants must show their SF State ID.
Prior to the Mashouf Wellness Center opening, the Campus Recreation office can be found in the Student Services Building (SSB) room 206. For more information about Campus Recreation or the Mashouf Wellness Center visit us, call (415) 405-4328, or visit www.sfsu.edu/~recsport and dos.sfsu.edu/mwc.