Kids ages 9-12 will experience the best of both worlds in our combined Aquatic and Climbing Training Program!
Experience our aquatic programs for all ages and levels including Lifesaving Society’s learn-to-swim lessons, lifeguarding and instructor certifications, and various aquatic fitness classes.
Our programs cater to people of all climbing abilities from novice to high-performance athletes. We are driven by a passion for climbing and a commitment to promoting the benefits of climbing as a lifestyle.
Club Sports supports its student groups to deliver physical activity programming to their members, which includes competitive and recreational sport, dance, martial arts, swim, outdoors, etc.
Come join us at the Saville Community Centre for some on-ice fun! Whether you're 8 or 80, brand new or advanced, we have a program or league for you.
Whether you're a beginner or an advanced dancer, our numerous dance programs will allow you to find a healthy way to reduce stress, exercise and have fun.
Discover the various academic and recreational events and conferences that are offered through the Faculty of Kinesiology, Sport, and Recreation.
Reserve the day and time for for your physical aptitude test.
Check out the variety of Lifesaving Standard First Aid and CPR courses offered to all University of Alberta students, staff, and general public.
Choose from a wide variety of programs such as TRX™, Spin, Zumba®, Pilates, Yoga and more. There is a format and an instructor for everybody.
Intramural Sports are an opportunity to play with friends in an environment that celebrates teamwork, mutual respect, and fun! Get a team together or sign up as a free agent in one of our many leagues and tournaments.
Instructional Fees assigned by a Kinesiology, Sport, and Recreation Academic Course.
Focus on your social and mental wellness with these hands-on courses and workshops. These programs are a great opportunity to test your creativity and skills.
Try one of our numerous martial arts programs for self-defense, physical health and fitness, and spiritual development. Suitable for all experience levels.
This program aims to build social relationships, tackle issues relevant to international students, and guide students through a variety of physical activities offered at the UofA.
Enjoy free recreation trial classes from September 7 to 10. Open to students, staff and community members.
Learn a new sport or work on a sport in which you have participated in the past. Our programs offer a fun and educational experience for all ability levels in sports such as fencing, ice skating and squash.
The Sport Performance Centre provides opportunities for our undergraduate and graduate students to engage with our renowned academic staff and Canada's most successful interuniversity athletic programs. Students are provided practical, hands-on learning experiences in a variety of applied sport sciences while developing an understanding of sport science research.
The Steadward Centre is an expert in Adapted Physical Activity and Parasport development. Explore the various programs offered for children and adults experiencing disabilities. For more information, go to www.ualberta.ca/steadward-centre/
We offer adult and junior lessons for the beginner to advanced player. Come try our sessions out to learn the sport or refine your skills.
Evening Parking Permits: An evening parking permit shall entitle the registered motor vehicle to be parked in non-restricted lots after 4:30 pm to 7:00 am and all day on weekends and statutory holidays. Cost is $69.80/semester.
Campus & Community Recreation encourages everyone to focus on staying physically active and mentally well while adjusting to our new remote routines and physical distancing. To help everyone stay active, we now offer Virtual Services along with our in-person programs.
Explore a wide range of activities and camps for kids and youth including AIM Program, Green and Gold Sport Camps, Sportball™, Swim Lessons, Varsity Camps and more.