Giving to the Rec

3-2-1 Go!

Campus Recreation Student Development Fund

In 2020, the Student Recreation Center will be 30 years old, the first addition will be 20 years old, and the second addition/renovation which was completed in 2010 will be 10 years old! To celebrate our 30-year anniversary, we aspire to endow a fund to provide support to Campus Recreation student employees to attend trainings, seminars, webinars, or to complete certifications/re-certifications, and/or participate in and represent Colorado State University at regional or national conferences. Student recipients of these awards return to the department with new knowledge, improved proficiencies and technical abilities, and enhanced leadership skills. This translates to a committed employee and helps prepare students for careers beyond university life.

Your help will allow us to endow the fund by the 30th anniversary of the opening of the Student Recreation Center. Become a member of the 3-2-1 Go! club by committing $10 per month for the next 3 years. Our goal is to have 200 members join this effort. There's no better way to help celebrate 30 years of the successful Student Recreation Center than to support a fund that will benefit our greatest asset, our student employees. Campus Recreation employs more than 300 students annually and this endowment will aid in the endeavor to continually develop leadership skills and technical abilities beyond the scope of their campus job along with helping them prepare for a future career.

Read more about the 3-2-1 Go! campaign here.


Campus Recreation Vision:
Campus Recreation actively promotes the pursuit of a balanced, healthy lifestyle to a diverse University community.
Campus Recreation Values:

Our integrity lies in trusting each other to maintain high standards in all we do.
Our community is united through a common vision and shared experiences while respecting and supporting one another.
We develop individuals through education and teachable moments while guiding the sustainable growth of others and ourselves.


The Student Development Fund assisted several student staff members with the costs of a TRX Certification!