Aztec Recreation aquatics programs include lap swimming, youth and adult swim lessons, intramural and club sports programs. The Aquaplex features a 50m pool, leisure pool, spa, full service locker rooms and ample deck space for relaxation.
Aztec Adventures has been providing the SDSU community with leadership, education, adventure and culture since 1977.
Bowling at Aztec Lanes is an Aztec Recreation member benefit but everyone is welcome. The program features 12 lanes outfitted by Brunswick, classes for academic credit, bowling leagues, billiards, table tennis and a host of big screen TV’s.
The Climbing Wall is an Aztec Recreation membership benefit. Located inside the ARC, the wall is 30 feet high with 9 top ropes giving 1500 square feet of climbing space. Our climbing instructors offer credit climbing classes every semester. To climb during open hours, members must complete the safety orientation which is offered two or more times per week.
Aztec Recreation offers a wide range of fee-based classes which meet sequentially to deliver a progression of skills that promote lifelong fitness recreation and wellness. Many ENS Credit Classes are available non-credit. Check the class description for more information.
Aztec Recreation Intramural Sports offers members year-round opportunities to participate in sport leagues and tournaments on a competitive or recreational level.
Mission Bay Aquatic Center is one of the world’s largest instructional waterfront facilities offering watersports classes, rentals and lessons since 1970.
The SDSU Sport Club Program consists of 19 highly competitive teams organized and managed by students with guidance from Aztec Recreation professional staff. Each Sport Club team meets regularly to pursue competitive collegiate activity at the state, regional and national level.
Team challenge facilitates groups to build and strengthen relationships and group dynamics with a goal of improving their performance as a team.
A holistic approach to well-being includes physical health and fitness, making healthy decisions regarding alcohol and other drugs, developing healthy relationships, managing symptoms such as anxiety and depression, and seeking help when you need it. The wellness page provides resources that can help.