Information and Deadlines
Last Day to Drop, Withdraw, decalre Pass/Not-Pass or Audit for Fall 2015 Second Block
Last day to Drop or Withdraw (student will receive an automatic W grade), declare Pass/Not-Pass, and Change to or from Audit for Fall 2015 Second Block classes.
Pass/Not Pass and Audit changes must be processed through the Office of the Registrar, Carrington Hall-Room 320. Drops and withdrawals can be processed online at My Missouri State, until midnight of the deadline day. If you have a hold on your account preventing the use of the web registration system to drop a class, contact the Office of the Registrar prior to midnight on the deadline day. Office hours are 8:00 am – 5:00 pm. After 5:00 pm, email Registrar@missouristate.edu from your University email account, or fax 417-836-6334.
Additional refund deadlines can be found here: http://www.missouristate.edu/registrar/refunds.htm
International Day for Tolerance
Emphasizes the dangers of intolerance and is a call to action for the advancement of human welfare, freedom and progress everywhere, as well as a day to encourage tolerance, respect, dialogue and cooperation among different cultures and peoples.
Transgender Day of Remembrance
Transgender Day of Remembrance is a day to memorialize those who have been killed as a result of transphobia, or the hatred or fear of transgender and gender non-conforming people, and acts to bring attention to the continued violence endured by the transgender community. The Transgender Day of Remembrance was founded in 1998 by Gwendolyn Ann Smith, a transgender graphic designer, columnist and activist to memorialize the murder of Rita Hester in Allston, Massachusetts. Since its inception, Transgender Day of Remembrance has been held annually on November 20th, and has slowly evolved from the web-based project started by Smith into an international day of action. In 2010, Transgender Day of Remembrance was observed in over 185 cities throughout more than 20 countries. Typically, a Transgender Day of Remembrance includes a reading of the names of those who lost their lives during the previous year and may include other actions, such as candlelight vigils, art shows, food drives, film screenings, marches, among others.
National Geography Awareness Week
National Geography Awareness Week Presentations:
Around the World as a Solo Sailor: Sustainability and Responsibility on the High Seas, 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM, November 16, 2015, Temple Hall Room 001
Ocean-Front Property in Missouri? The Future of Rising Sea Levels and Climate Change, 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM, November 17, 2015, Temple Hall Room 001
A Social and Environmental Synthesis for Urban Sustainability: Watching St. Louis from Space for the Last 40 Years, 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM, November 18, 2015,
Temple Hall Room 001
From A(sia) to B(altimore): How the Panama Canal Expansion is Changing How We Get Cheap Stuff, 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM, November 19, 2015, Temple Hall Room 001
Flu Shots at Taylor Health and Wellness
Starting September 25
Flu Shots: Starting 9/25/15 at 1pm
Reduce the risk of flu illness and ruining your holidays and finals.
Come to Taylor Monday through Friday, 8am to 4:15pm for your flu shot.
The cost for the seasonal flu vaccine is as follows:
* MSU employees (full and part-time) – No Cost (paid by MSU health insurance plan)
* Household members of employees – No Cost (paid by MSU health insurance plan)
* Retirees – on MSU insurance – No Cost (paid by MSU health insurance plan)
* Retirees on Medicare – No Cost (paid by Medicare) – Check in at the Business Office prior to receiving injection
* Students – No Cost (paid by Student Fees)
* Others – $29.50
* Please note, Taylor Health and Wellness Center does not vaccinate children under 6 years of age. Ages 6-9 years need to bring a copy of their immunization record to determine if the child needs one or two flu vaccines. If you have children less than 6 years of age, please contact their pediatrician for information about the vaccine.
* If you are on Coumadin (warfarin) we must have an INR lab result in the last 3 weeks equal to or less than 3.5.
* Bring your BearPass Card. Dress for easy access to your upper arm.
If you want more information about the vaccine please go towww.cdc.gov/flu/.
For more information about receiving your vaccine at Taylor, please call 836-4000.
Native American History Month
In response to an effort by many to gain a day of recognition for the great influence American Indians have had upon the U.S., Congress designated a week of October to celebrate Native American Awareness Week in 1976. Yearly legislation was enacted to continue the tradition until August 1990, when President Bush approved the designation of November as National American Indian Heritage Month. Each year a similar proclamation is issued. President Clinton noted in 1996, “Throughout our history, American Indian and Alaska Native peoples have been an integral part of the American character. Against all odds, America’s first peoples have endured, and they remain a vital cultural, political, social, and moral presence.” November is an appropriate month for the celebration because it is traditionally a time when many American Indians hold fall harvest and world-renewal ceremonies, powwows, dances, and various feasts. The holiday recognizes hundreds of different tribes and approximately 250 languages, and celebrates the history, tradition, and values of American Indians. National American Indian Heritage Month serves as a reminder of the positive effect native peoples have had on the cultural development and growth of the U.S., as well as the struggles and challenges they have faced.
Panamanian Independence Day
The Fiestas Patrias (literally ‘Homeland Festivals’) mark the process by which Panama achieved independence from Spain in 1821, then Colombia in 1903, and (more empirically) from the United States with the handover of the Panama Canal in 1999. The celebration extends over the entire month of November, with various days singled out for their respective honors.
Nov 2 – Day of the Faithful Dead – On this day, processions honor those who fought for Panama’s independence in the many battles that preceded the nation’s full separation from Colombia.
Nov 3 – Separation Day – Inaugural festivities are marked with parades, speeches and celebrations across the nation.
Nov 4 – Flag Day – Tributes are paid to Panama’s red, white and blue flag, which was designed and stitched in secret by Manuel Amador Guerrero and his mother-in-law, Maria Ossa de Amador, so that it would be ready once separation from Colombia was announced.
Nov 5 – Marks the city of Colon’s separation from Colombia, just two days after the country’s capital Panama City made its move.
Nov 10 – Cry of Los Santos – This day marks the public uprising of the town of Los Santos in the province of Los Santos against the Spanish in 1821, triggering similar popular uprisings in town across the country and decisively initiating the move toward full independence from Spain.
Nov 28 – Independence Day – With nationwide separation from Spain finally recognized in 1821, Panama achieves full independence on this day, which is commemorated with the most lavish celebrations of the month, including full-dress military marches, streets packed with dancing and revelry, music, cavalcades and traditional costumes.
The Sustainability@MSU newsletter lets students, faculty, staff and community members stay up-to-date on what is happening on campus related to sustainability. The newsletter includes exciting announcements, updates on current programs and upcoming events as well as resources for how to live more sustainably.
Haven is a required online course for all in-coming freshmen and transfer students to complete to initiate understanding of consent, sexual assault, relationship violence, and bystander intervention. If this course is not completed by the student prior to the student’s spring registration date within the student’s first year at Missouri State University, a Registration Hold will be placed on the student’s account. This hold will be lifted from the account once completion of Haven has occurred.
Exhibit: Respecting and Preserving Art and Artifacts
October 19 – Decempber 18, Meyer Libary 306
This exhibit features the research of students in the Fall 2014 course ART/MST 488: Basic Conservation of Art and Artifacts. Students in this integrated Citizenship and Service-Learning class researched the objects as part of their course projects. Objects are on loan from the Ralph Foster Museum, Drury University, Christian County Historical Society, the Guy Mace collection, and other private collections. Students also worked on-site at the Union Campground Cemetery in Springfield.
First offered in 2011 by Dr. Billie Follensbee, ART/MST 488 is an innovative, experiential, hands-on course that combines the advanced historical study and research of art and artifacts with an introduction to conservation techniques.
This exhibit is in Special Collections and Archives in Room 306 of Duane G. Meyer Library.
Special Collections and Archives is pleased to support Dr. Follensbee and her students by providing study space and conservation facilities, as well as developing the current exhibit showcasing the students’ work.
Special Collections hours are Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Additional hours are until 9 p.m. on Tuesdays when classes are in session.
Design and Image 2015: Biennial Graphic Design and Illustration Exhibition
October 23 – November 13, Student Exhibition Center
Design & Image 2015 is a biennial exhibition of student work from the Missouri State BFA in Design program, including work from the sophomore through the senior levels in both the graphic design and illustration areas.
Carrie’s Cafe Open 11:30 AM 4th Floor Pummill Hall
November 2, Carrington Hall Room 208
Carrie’s Café is the popular, student-managed restaurant of the hospitality and restaurant administration department. Students enrolled in HRA 435 (Restaurant Management) design Carrie’s menu, prepare and serve the food and market the restaurant.
Carrie’s Café is open to the public during certain times throughout the semester. Please refer to this website for hours and days of operation.
We are now located on the fourth floor of Pummill Hall. Metered parking available in Lot 22, 24 and 38 (Bear Park South). If parking in metered parking at Bear Park South, the Bear Line Shuttle designated Red Route stops at Carrington which is right next to Pummill.
Days of Operation Fall 2015
October 13, 20, 22, 27, 29
November 3, 5, 10, 12, 17, 19
Wind Symphony and Wind Ensemble Concert
November 12, 7:30 – 9:30 PM, Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts
Wind Symphony and Wind Ensemble Concert in Juanita K. Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts at 7:30 pm.
PLAY: A Midsummer Night’s Dream
November 12, 7:30 – 10:00 PM, Craig Hall Coger Theatre
In one of his most whimsical and lighthearted comedies, Shakespeare celebrates the confusing, chaotic, magical, irrational, irresistible nature of romantic love! In a moonlit forest on the eve of a royal wedding, several sets of characters converge: a group of young lovers, a troupe of amateur actors and a band of fairies. Through their cleverly interconnected plotlines — including a play within the play — A Midsummer Night’s Dream encompasses forbidden love, unrequited love, a lover’s quarrel, enchanted love, tragic love (though comically portrayed) and, finally, true love that restores balance and harmony.
Written by William Shakespeare
Directed by Sarah J. Wiggin
The 2015 High School Theatre Workshop will be held in conjunction with the Nov. 12 performance.
November 13, 11:30 – 2:00 PM, 1211 E St. Louis, Springfield MO
Come to Chipotle Mexican Grill on St. Louis and spend some time with us! 50% of proceeds goes to the American Indian Student Association.
Ask the Experts Blackboard Open Session
November 13, 1:30 – 4:30 PM, Meyer Library 205 Technology Training Center
Computer Services hosts “Ask the Experts” Blackboard Open Sessions every Friday afternoon from 1:30 – 4:30pm to assist all Learning Management System users on a variety of features and tools.
Registration is not required – Simply stop by any Friday that the University is open, and a Blackboard expert will be available for one-on-one assistance.
Attend Virtually – Log in to Ask the Experts Virtual Office Hours to get help from a Blackboard Expert online via Collaborate.
The Participant Quick Reference Guide will walk you through downloading and using Collaborate to ask your questions.
Planning Through the Lens of Equity and Engagement
November 13, 4:00 – 5:00 PM, Meyer Alumni Center, Kenneth E. Room 101
Mr. Shaw emphasizes inclusive planning and will talk about planning communities for minority populations, addressing poverty, and managing rapid growth.
A reception will follow the event in the library lounge
Eric Shaw, Director of the Washington, DC Office of Planning will discuss his role in planning the Nation’s Capital and his previous experience as Community & Economic Development Director for Salt Lake City, Utah, the Director of Community Planning for the Louisiana Recovery Authority post Katrina, and his work in the nonprofit and philanthropic sectors in Miami, FL and Silicon Valley.
Shaw earned a Bachelor’s of Arts in International Development and Policy Studies from the University of California, Los Angeles and a Master’s degree in Urban Planning from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design.
LOGOS: Call for Submissions
November 16, University Hall 212
LOGOS: A Journal of Undergraduate Research will accept submissions from all fields until 11:59 pm on February 15. To be eligible for publication, a submission must have been made for an undergraduate course at Missouri State University or an affiliated campus.
LOGOS is dedicated to publishing outstanding work by undergraduates in every
academic discipline, including original research, essays, creative writing, and artwork. Led by Missouri State’s Faculty Advisory Board and Honors College student editors, LOGOS conforms to the highest standards of scholastic integrity in a blind peer-review process.
For submission guidelines and instructions, visit http://www.missouristate.edu/logos/.
Direct inquiries to Hanna Landgrebe (firstname.lastname@example.org).
“Early Rock ‘n’ Roll and Pentecostalism with Dr. Randall J. Stephens
November 16, Meyer Library Room 101 at 7:00 PM
“‘There were these other singers…and they cut up all over the place.’ Early Rock ‘n’ Roll and Pentecostalism,” a free public lecture with Dr. Randall J. Stephens.
What role did Pentecostalism play in rock ‘n’ roll history? Historian and American Studies scholar Dr. Stephens will explore the relationship between religion and American popular music.
A Reader in American Studies at Northumbria University-Newcastle, Dr. Randall Stephens writes and teaches about the American South, religion in the US, and popular music. He is editor of the history magazine,Historically Speaking, and associate editor of the journal, Fides et Historia. Stephens is the author of The Fire Spreads: Holiness and Pentecostalism in the American South (Harvard University Press, 2008) and The Anointed: Evangelical Truth in a Secular Age, co-authored with Karl Giberson (Belknap Press of Harvard University Press). His current book project is The Devil’s Music: Christianity and Rock since the 1950s (under contract with Harvard University Press).
The Hunting Ground & Discussion Panel
November 16, Plaster Student Union at 7:00 PM
“From the intrepid team behind The Invisible War, comes The Hunting Ground, a piercing, monumental exposé of rape culture on campuses, poised to light a fire under a national debate.” -sundance.org
Join MSU Generation Action for our screening of the powerful documentary The Hunting Ground. A panel will be held afterwards with Title IX Coordinator Jill Patterson, Melinda Vacey from the Victims’ Center and representatives from the Counseling and Testing Center and Safety & Transportation.
Missouri State Improv – Free Show
November 16, Carrington Hall Room 208 9:00
Every Monday night at 9PM, Missouri State Improv hosts a free improv comedy show in Carrington Auditorium! We play games and create hilarious scenes based on audience suggestions! Open to any Missouri State student/staff/faculty member! Always totally FREE!
Our goal is to provide an environment that encourages the learning, teaching, practicing, and performing of improvisational comedy of any form, both in front of audiences and in open or closed workshop settings.
Study Away 101 – Info Session
November 17, Plaster Student Union Room 309
Interested in studying abroad but you’re just not sure where to begin? Come to a Study Away 101 session to get preliminary information about studying abroad, various Study Away options, and the application process. These sessions are fun and informal, so just drop by and ask your questions. We hope to see you there!
MSU Wise & Well Health Fair
November 17, Foster Recreation Center Family Courts 1 & 2 at 11:00 – 4:00
This is a health and wellness fair that is open to all Missouri State University students, faculty, and staff. We will have Missouri State University and community health and wellness affiliated vendors there with information booths. There will be multiple prize giveaways!
There will be demos throughout the event in areas such as Zumba, Title Boxing, Cooking, and many
Shattering the Silences: ADA Compliance and Social Justice 3:00 – 5:00
November 17, Meyer Library Room 101
Access determines our ability to participate fully in society – that makes it a social justice issue. The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) sets accessibility standards in the classroom. While most people believe accessibility is a good idea; sometimes the enforcement of it is viewed as intrusive and even counterproductive.
Come join us to reframe your understanding of ADA compliance as a way to support social justice and learn a few Accessibility strategies along the way.
November 17, Ellis Hall 217B at 7:30
Open to current students, future students, family of students, alumni, faculty, staff, community, visitors.
Campus Conflict Workshop: Managing Emotions and Diffusing Anger
November 18, Plaster Student Union Room 315 at 12:00 – 1:00 PM
This workshop series is sponsored by the Center for Dispute Resolution, which is part of the Department of Communication in the College of Arts and Letters at Missouri State.
This session is open to the public; Missouri State faculty and staff are encouraged to register for this course via MyLearningConnection.
Presented by Dr. Char Berquist and Heather Blades
Department of Art+Design Senior BFA in Studio Art Exhibition
November 18, Student Exhibition Center 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
The Department of Art+Design will display the artwork of students completing the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in studio art.
Tough Talk Table Talk
Starting November 11
This is an open forum that will be facilitated by a Sociology faculty member. The topic for the next two weeks of this semester will be Mizzou and Yale racial differences. These sessions are designed to allow students to talk through their differences in a safe non-judgmental environment. Please bring a sack lunch.
Facilitators: Lyle Foster and Dr. Katie Hoegeman
Wednesday, November 11 @ 12:15pm, STRO 409 “Mizzou and Yale racial differences”
Thursday, November 12 @ 12:15pm, STRO 350 “Mizzou and Yale racial differences”
Wednesday, November 18 @ 12:15pm, STRO 409 “Mizzou and Yale racial differences”
Thursday, November 19 @ 12:15pm, STRO 350 “Mizzou and Yale racial differences”
“MSU: I’m First” – First Generation College Student Organizational Meeting
November 19, Plaster Student Union 312B at 6:30 PM
Missouri State University has a new student organization!
MSU: I’m First is a student group devoted to helping Missouri State’s first generation college students build community and get the information they need to succeed in college.
On November 19th, the first organizational meeting of this new group will be held in the Plaster Student Union, room 312 B & C, from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Over 15 faculty and staff members have already volunteered to serve as mentors to the students in MSU: I’m First.
If you are a first generation college student, or someone interested in mentoring this group, please come join us on the 19th to learn more about how MSU: I’m First can help you succeed at MSU.
Marlina Coonrod, SGA: Coonrod123@live.missouristate.edu
Mark Biggs, Associate Dean, College of Arts & Letters: email@example.com
“Plains Indian Hand Game”
November 19, Plaster Student Union 1st Floor at 7:00 PM
The Yellowhair Family, Kiowa from Oklahoma will conduct a “Plains Indian Hand Game” The hand game is a hiding and guessing game accompanied by drumming and singing.
MANNHEIM STEAMROLLER CHRISTMAS by Chip Davis – Broadway Bonus
November 17, 7:30 PM, Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts
Grammy® Award winner Chip Davis has created a show that has been America’s favorite holiday tradition for the past 30 years, featuring the Christmas music of Mannheim Steamroller, and dazzling multimedia effects performed in an intimate setting. Tickets: $20 – $55
Aquila Theatre in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s THE ADVENTURES OF SHERLOCK HOLMES
November 18, 7:30 PM, Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts
In this witty, fast paced production, literature’s most legendary sleuth, his trusted sidekick Dr. Watson, and other vivid characters jump from the page to the stage, weaving a tale of mystery, suspense and intrigue. Student rush tickets are available one hour prior to the performance for $10 with a valid student i.d.
Find out more about SAC films, concerts, and comedy by looking at our SAC Events Blog.
SAC Cultural Affairs and Lectures presents: Zonnie Gorman – Navajo Code Talkers
November 17 at 7:00 pm, PSU Theater
Gorman will present a lecture on the history of the Navajo Code Talker program that includes its inception in 1942, the development and testing of the original code by the first twenty-nine Code Talkers, and its subsequent usage in the Pacific. She will also highlight honors received since its declassification in 1968. Students will learn not only about the vital role the Code Talkers played in World War II, but about the pre-war social and economic conditions of the Navajo Nation, as well as something about the world view and philosophy of the Navajo people.
SAC Films Presents: 4 Sheets to the Wind
November 18 at 9:00 pm, PSU Theater
SAC will present the cultural film 4 Sheets to the Wind in the Plaster Student Union Theater. This event is totally free to students and free popcorn will be served before the movie.
SAC Campus Events: Rock ‘n Bowl
November 13 & 20, 7 pm – 11 pm, PSU Level 1 Game Center
Free bowling and games are available every Friday from 7-10PM courtesy of Student Activities Council.
For more opportunities, subscribe to the Community Opportunities Newsletter.
Coffee With the VP
10/27, 11/3, 11/12, 11/17, 12/1, 12/10 in Carrington 302
Join Vice President Coopwood for intimate reflection and poignant discussion about campus and social diversity, constructs, issues, policies and activity. This will be a new initiative designed to build and “arm: diversity champions across the campus with some of the latest and most compelling innovation in diversity science, news, research, perspectives and learning tools. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot!
Bear Service Team
Bear Service Team is a student organization dedicated to planning service opportunities for the MSU community. This is a great way to connect with other students, maintain relationships with community agencies, and have fun service our community!
Click here for more information: https://goo.gl/aohIKy #citizenbear #SGFLove #LoveSGF
Holiday Helpings Food Drive
- Walmart Supercenter on South Campbell 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
- Walmart Supercenter on Independence 9:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
- Walmart Neighborhood Market on East Sunshine 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
HOPE Connection is a one day, one-stop service site for the Ozark’s homeless population to gain access to vital services. Most importantly, the event is outcome oriented, it is not just a day for people to wait in line for information on resources available in the community, but a day for people to make changes, and have immediate access to essential services. Hope Connection expects to serve more than 850 homeless and poverty stricken individuals this year, connecting them with services from 55+ agencies including healthcare, education, employment, haircuts, and more.
Since 2001, Turkey Trot has collected more than 70,000 lbs. of food for Ozarks Food Harvest! Do your part by volunteering or donating food at Turkey Trot, the largest Thanksgiving Day 5K in Missouri, starting at 8 a.m. on Nov. 26.
If you are interested in volunteering at the event, we need individuals to help collect food at the Springfield Expo Center, 635 E. St. Louis St., on Thanksgiving Day. Call Jo at OFH at (410) 865-3411 or go to ozarksfoodharvest.org/volunteer.
Habitat for Humanity Meeting
November 17 at 7:00 PM, PSU Room 317
This is a general assembly meeting. Everyone is welcome to come and help combat poverty in the Springfield community. Come find out what we are all about and get involved with volunteering!
Advocates for Disabilities (A4D) Meeting
November 19 at 5:00 PM, PSU Room 309
Anyone can be an advocate!
For a review of events that have already happened, please visit our Athletics Blog Page
- Friday, November 13 at 7:05, Women’s Basketball vs. Missouri, JQH Arena
- Saturday, November 14 at 2:04, Football vs. Northern Iowa, Plaster Stadium
- Friday, November 13 at 7:05, Women’s Basketball vs. Missouri, JQH Arena
- Saturday, November 14 at 2:04, Football vs. Northern Iowa, Plaster Stadium
- Tuesday, November 17 at 7:05, Women’s Basketball vs. MidAmerica Nazarene, JQH Arena
- Friday, November 20 at 7:00, Women’s Volleyball vs. Evansville, Hammons Student Center
- Saturday, November 21 at 7:00, Women’s Volleyball vs. Southern Illinois, Hammons Student Center
- Fall Foster Recreation Hours
|Foster Recreation Center Hours||Fall Aquatics Hours||Fall Climbing Hours|
|Mon-Thurs, 6AM-11PM||Mon-Thurs, 7AM-9AM//11AM-10PM||Mon-Thurs, 4-10PM|
|Fri, 6AM-9PM||Fri, 7AM-9AM//11AM-8PM||Friday, 4-8PM|
|Sat, 9AM-9PM||Sat, 9AM-8PM||Sat, 1-5PM|
|Sun, Noon-11PM||Sun, Noon-10PM||Sun, CLOSED|
Coming Soon In The Rec:
- Now Hiring Bearfit Instructors! Apply online at Missouristate.edu/studentemployment
- BearFit Highlight! Buy your BearFit Unlimited pass today for only $20!!
- Join Core Fit on Monday’s at 10:30–11 AM to target your abdominal muscles in this 30 minute class focused on strengthening, toning, and stretching the abs, back and core!
- Bearfit Can Goof Drive! From November 16-20th bring in can goods to a Bearfit class to attend for free! Highest number of cans wins a free spring semester Bearfit class pass!
- Wise and Well Health Fair on November 17th from 11am-4pm at the Foster Recreation Center. Attend the health fair to take advantage of the informational booths and health screenings! There will be prizes and giveaways for FRC Gift Cards, Bookstore Gift Cards, Silver Dollar City Passes and so much more!
- Come to the Climbing Wall at the FRC to participate in Guys Night and Ladies Night every Tuesday and Thursday! Every Tuesday guys will get free shoe and chalk rental and every Thursday ladies will receive free shoe and chalk rental.
- Climbing Wall and office is now open on Sundays from 5pm-8pm!
- Sign up your team for the Dodgeball Tournament and IFC Roller Hockey League before 9/30. Visit IMLeagues.com today!
- Lead Climbing Nights beginning every Monday, Wednesday and Sunday. Outdoor Adventures is excited to introduce lead climbing nights to our climbing community! Lead nights are open to everyone who has completed the lead clinic.
- S.H.A.R.P, Sexual Harassment & Rape Prevention is a free course offered to both males and females. This class is meant to prepare you with the mental and physical skills you will need to help protect yourself when put into unexpected situations. Sign up for a session today at http://www.missouristate.edu/recreation/Wellness/SHARP.htm *all sessions are from 6:30-9pm
- Lifeguard Instructor Certification registration ends October 30th and costs $250.
November 6th from 5-9PM
November 7th from 9AM-6PM
November 8th from 9AM-2PM
November 9th from 2-5PM
- American Red Cross CPR and First Aid Certification Register online or in person at the FRC. Registration deadline is 2 days before each class. Limited seats are available. CPR/AED and First Aid are held in the Aquatics Classroom. CPR is $55 and First Aid is $40.
Session 1 on September 15th
CPR/AED Session 1: 4-7:30pm
First Aid Session 1: 7:30-9:30pm
Session 2 on October 10th
CPR/AED Session 2: 9am-12:30pm
First Aid Session 2: 7:30-9:30pm
Session 3 on November 18th
CPR/AED Session 3: 4-7:30pm
First Aid Session 3: 7:30-9:30pm
Session 4 on December 15th
CPR/AED Session 4: 9am-12:30pm
First Aid Session4: 7:30-9:30pm
- Does school have you stressed already? Take 30 minutes or 1 hour and stop by the recreation for Massage Therapy and Check out our prices on our website and set up an appointment today.
Experience our Personal Training today and get results you have always wanted! Your first assessment is free
- Don’t forget to join us 8pm-10pm every Wednesday for Moonlight Swim