Aztec Recreation Timeline
Associated Students launches SDSU recreation programming offering Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs.
The Leisure Connection is established as home to Recreation Classes and Aerobics programming.
Mission Bay Aquatic Center is established in Mission Bay Park in cooperation with the University of California, San Diego.
Aztec Adventures trips and equipment rental operations begin from Aztec Center.
Recreational Sports Department is established at Peterson Gym and manages the Terry Pool, Sport Clubs and Intramural Sports programs.
Students approve a fee for construction of the Student Activity Center which includes the Aztec Recreation Center and Arena.
The Aztec Recreation Center opens.
A referendum funding a new aquatics facility is passed by the student body.
The Aztec Aquaplex opens.
The "ModernSpace - Sustaining the Future" referendum is passed by the student body, and plans begin for a new LEED Platinum student union.
The Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union opens in January including a new fitness facility, the ARC Express, and a new bowling and games center, Aztec Lanes.
The Recreation Field opens.
The "Transform the ARC" referendum is passed by the student body, and plans begin for an expanded and renovated LEED Platinum Aztec Recreation Center.
The ENS 700 Field upgrade is completed.
94,000 sq/ft Phase I of the ARC Expansion opens - All enrolled SDSU students have access to all recreation facilities.
40,000 sq/ft Phase II of ARC Expansion/Renovation opens. The LEED Platinum designed recreation center is complete.