Campus Recreation

  Campus Recreation 

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Important Information 

YSU Campus Recreation is following the guidelines of Youngstown State University regarding face coverings.

Face coverings are required at all times while entering and using the Andrews Student Recreation & Wellness Center.

These include all Campus Recreation indoor programs and services, including Group X classes, Intramurals, Adventure Recreation, Club Sports, and General Recreation.

Individuals are not required to wear masks while alone in their offices or while eating. For more detailed information, regarding YSU's COVID-19 information visit the

YSU COVID-19 website.

Click on the image below for more information on each area. 


Fitness Yoga Class on BBall courts
Employment Info
Club Sports Info


Person lifting on power rack
Virtual Rec
Equipment Reservations
Youth programs


Campus Rec Store
Adventure Rec
Special Events
im sports




Our top priority is the health and safety of our patrons and our staff. This includes wearing a mask in our facility at all times to protect yourself and others while working out. Since people can spread the virus before symptoms start, or even if people never have symptoms, wearing a face-covering protects you and others around you. The Youngstown Mayor and Board of Health issued an order for the use of masks by everyone in public, in the city of Youngstown until further notice. We are currently deep cleaning and disinfecting our facility regularly, we added sanitizing stations and developed new protocols and procedures to create the safest environment possible. For more information please see the link:

We are following all University and State guidelines for cleaning, program offerings, and social distancing protocols for our patrons and guests. Be well and stay safe.

For questions, please call (330)941-3488

Campus Recreation serves under the Divison of Student Experience. For more information about the Division please see the link: /student-affairs







Our Vision to Better Serve You!

Inspiring every penguin to participate in, and improve, the wellbeing of themselves and others. 

Our Mission to Our Community:

The Department of Campus Recreation provides creative and innovative, instructed or self-led wellness, and recreational programming to meet the diverse needs of our students and the YSU community.


Promoting a holistic approach to wellness, and developing healthier lifestyle choices that lead to personal and professional growth.

Providing state of the art services and facilities.

Integrating diverse learning, leadership opportunities and wellness perspectives with social, economic and global ideas from the Youngstown State community that compliments the academic mission of Youngstown State University.


Student will be able to practice a holistic approach to wellness and developing healthier lifestyle choices that lead to personal and professional growth.

Students will learn short and long term benefits of having facilities and equipment that are cutting-edge, universally designed, and well maintained.

Through diverse learning, wellness perspectives, and leadership opportunities, students will demonstrate civic, social, and cultural awareness and direction for betterment of the University, city, region, and world.

The Department of Campus Recreation provides a diverse and intentional programming to the YSU community with the goal of creating a recreational environment that is safe, inclusive, and accessible for users. Our commitment is to provide patrons of all races, ethnicities, genders, sexualities, abilities, religions, sizes, and ages with educational wellness experiences. In doing so, we aim to build and support the physical, mental and social well-being of the Penguin community.

Youngstown State University is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination. The University provides housing accommodations for students without regard to race, religion, color, age, gender, sexual orientation, or national origin. The University has developed procedures to assist with concerns regarding discrimination. Assistance is available through the Affirmative Action Office and the Multicultural Student Services Office.