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Titan Recreation


About Titan Recreation

Titan Recreation is a part of Associated Students Inc. (ASI) and promotes the belief that fitness should be for all – no matter your size, shape, fitness level, or physical ability. named the Student Recreation Center (SRC) one of the 35 most luxurious student recreation centers in the United States. With everything from an indoor rock wall to a martial arts studio, the SRC has something for everyone.


Mission Statement:

Our mission is to provide inclusive recreational opportunities to inspire the development and well-being of the campus community.


Vision Statement:

Impactful participation in recreation by all.

Facility Features

Cardio Fitness Room & Weight Training Area

  • 60+ cardio machines
  • 80+ strength machines
  • 12 dual function training motion machines

Our facility includes mini bands, slam balls and speed ropes from Living Fit!

Multi-court Gymnasium

  • 22,000 square foot gymnasium space
  • Three separate courts with curtain dividers and scoreboards.

Indoor Jogging Track

  • 7,000 square foot elevated jogging track
  • Three running lanes with directional arrows and pace clocks
  • 10 laps = 1 mile

Multipurpose Activity Rooms

  • 7,600 square feet of activity space
  • Three multipurpose activity rooms

Racquetball Courts

  • Two courts dedicated for racquetball and handball
  • Free equipment rental
  • Courts can be reserved 24 hours in advance

Rock Wall

  • 1,100 square foot wall for bouldering, top rope, and lead climbing
  • 30′ high and 27′ wide with accommodations for 8 top rope stations

Spin Room

  • Dedicated room for spin classes
  • 27 lighted spin bikes

Floor Exercise & Stretch Area

  • Dedicated space for pre and post workout stretching and floor exercises

Cardio Studio

  • 2,000 square feet
  • Featuring the Queenax Functional Fitness System
  • Multiple cardio fitness equipment options

Outdoor Pool

  • Dedicated swim lanes
  • Recreational swim area
  • Pool deck with lounge chairs

F45 Studio

  • $15 per semester for students
  • $25 per semester for all other members
  • Dedicated instructors

Map & Directions

Directions from the north

    • Take the 57 Freeway South and exit at Yorba Linda Blvd.
    • Turn right (west) onto Yorba Linda Blvd.
    • Turn left (south) onto North Campus Drive.
    • Turn right onto Student Union Way.
    • Turn left onto Gymnasium Drive.
    • The Student Recreation Center will be located to your right.


Directions from the south

  • Take 57 Freeway North and exit at Nutwood Ave.
  • Turn left (west) onto Nutwood Ave.
  • Turn right (north) onto State College Blvd.
  • Turn right onto Corporation Drive.
  • Turn right onto Student Union Way.
  • Turn left onto Gymnasium Drive.
  • The Student Recreation Center will be located to your right.
Student Recreation Center Map

Frequently Asked Questions

View our Frequently Asked Questions for all programs and services at the Student Recreation Center.


Average Daily Patrons


Student Employees


Square Feet of Recreational Space


Open Hours Per Week

Hours of Operation

Below are the Student Recreation Center operating hours for the winter recess.

Building Operating Hours

Building Operating Hours

Family Hours

Student Recreation Center members are allowed to bring two (2) minors to the facility during Family Hours. The minors must be with the member at all times and are only allowed to utilize the courts, climbing wall, or pool when available.

Family Hours
Friday5PM - 10PM

Pool Hours

Pool Hours

Climbing Wall Hours

Rock Wall Hours
Monday - ThursdayNoon - 8PM
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Facility Reservations

All reservations of space within the Student Recreation Center must be made through Titan Recreation. All groups, student organizations, campus departments, and off-campus groups reserving and using space within the Student Recreation Center must abide by all policies and procedures set in place.

Student Organizations

All student organizations reserving Student Recreation Center facilities must have an active Associated Students Inc. Agency account with a minimum balance of $50.00 and be registered with the Office of Student Life & Leadership.


Reservation Process

The reservation of Student Recreation Center facilities by registered student organizations must be executed by the appointed or elected officers, leaders or chairpersons of that organization. Reservation must be made through Titanlink.


Registered student organizations may reserve Student Recreation Center facilities up to 6 months in advance


Hours per Reservation

Student organizations may schedule up to two (2) single-date reservations each semester.

  • The rock wall is reservable for special events.
    • Recognized student organizations may schedule one (1) event per semester during specific hours as determined by the Titan Recreation Director.
    • Labor charges will be waived for up to three (3) hours, with a maximum of twenty-four (24) participants.
    • Student organizations may choose to pay for additional time when the reservation is made.


No-Show Policy

If a student group fails to notify Titan Recreation of a meeting cancellation in advance and does not show up to their scheduled meeting or event, the group may be considered a “no show.”

  1. The first “no show,” the group will be issued a written warning.
  2. After the second “no show” within the same semester, the group may be charged a fee.
    • This charge must be paid within five (5) working days, or by the next reservation, whichever comes first.
  3. After the third “no show” within the same semester, or if a group fails to pay their 2nd no show violation fee on time, the group will be charged an additional fee, and all reservations currently on the books may be immediately cancelled and the group may not be allowed to make any further reservations until the charge is paid.

Campus Departments

Full-time, permanent staff within CSUF departments and support groups can submit reservation requests for Student Recreation Center facilities by contacting Titan Recreation at Recognized CSUF faculty/staff may reserve Student Recreation Center facilities up to 5 months in advance.

Off Campus Organizations

Representatives of off-campus organizations can submit reservation requests for Student Recreation Center by contacting Titan Recreation at General public may reserve Student Recreation Center facilities up to 4 months in advance.

Important Reservation Information


All details associated with the use of facilities must be completed by the deadline date. The deadline date will be determined according to the following schedule:

  • Meetings – must be finalized 3 business days (72 hours) prior to the meeting date.
  • Minor events – events which require no special staffing or set-up, have simple AV requirements, or exclude alcohol service must be finalized ten (10) business days prior to the event date.
  • Major events – dances, banquets, concerts and other events that require special staffing or set-up, have complex AV requirements, or include alcohol must be finalized fifteen (15) business days prior to the event date.


Additional deadline dates may be assigned for the Event Planning Process and must be met in order to maintain the reservation.


Automatic Scheduling of Facilities

When necessary, the Titan Recreation staff may determine that certain established events should be scheduled in advance of established timeframes if it has been determined that these events are in the best interest of the Titan Recreation and student life.


Event Planning Process

Once a reservation has been confirmed, the event planning process is completed only when the requester has met all deadlines dates, other administrative requirements and received written confirmation from Titan Recreation. The following procedures regarding the planning process must be followed.

  • The planning of activities, meetings or programs by recognized clubs or organizations must be executed by the appointed or elected officers, leaders or chairpersons.
  • The person responsible for the event must complete all reservations details and must be in attendance at the event.
    • Titan Recreation must be informed in advance of any change in the person responsible for an event.
    • Failure of a group to comply with this policy may result in the immediate loss of all facility use privileges.
  • Payment for all costs associated with an event is due no later than 10 business days prior to the event date.
    • All groups with payments which are more than 90 days past due to the ASI may be restricted from making new SRC facilities and/or equipment reservations or bookings until all such past due payments are cleared with Titan Recreation or ASI Financial Services.


Failure to follow and meet any event planning procedures and/or deadline dates may result in cancellation of the reservation.



Any event which restricts access to attendees who have a ticket, whether or not a cost is involved, must abide by the following terms.

  • All “presale” and “day of event” ticket sales for events, sponsored by registered student organizations, held in Student Recreation Center facilities must be conducted by Titan Recreation.
  • Groups may be charged a fee for the coordination of ticket sales.
  • Groups may also be charged the appropriate hourly rate for any special staffing needed to conduct such sales.


Registered student organizations may not elect to conduct their own ticket sales or resale tickets following their purchase from the Student Recreation Center.

Member Services

The Student Recreation Center offers a complimentary membership to currently enrolled CSUF students. In addition, we offer other memberships for CSUF Faculty/Staff, Alumni, Community (i.e. those directly connected to CSUF or a current Student Recreation Center member), and more.

Student Membership

SRC - Student Membership

SRC - Student Membership
CSUF Student (Per Academic Year)Non-Enrolled Student (One Semester Off)


Current CSUF Student
Currently enrolled CSUF Students receive a complimentary membership with the Student Recreation Center. The membership is paid under the Campus Union Fee, Category II.


If a student, i.e current freshman, is under the age of 18, they must complete the Under 18 Waiver and have a parent or guardian sign it. Once they return the signed waiver, you can manually set up their membership. Visit the front desk at the Student Recreation Center to receive the Under 18 Waiver.


Non-enrolled Student
Non-enrolled students are those who graduated the previous semester or are taking a semester off. For example, you graduated at the end of Fall semester but want a membership through the Spring semester; or you graduated at the end of Spring semester and would like a Summer membership.


To purchase this pro-rated membership based on the criteria above, visit the front desk at the Student Recreation Center.


Activating your Student Membership
You can activate your membership in-person at the front desk of Student Recreation Center or via the Titan Recreation app. The app provides the unique barcode you will need to scan and gain access into the facility. Visit the Apple Store or Google Play Store and search for Titan Rec.


View our short, 1-minute How to activate your student membership video, or view the step-by-step process below.


  1. Visit the Titan Recreation Portal
  2. Sign-in with your campus portal login (exclude
  3. Select Membership
  4. Select Student Membership and add it to your cart
  5. Review and sign waivers
  6. Select checkout and you are all set!

Alumni Membership

Alumni (Monthly)Alumni (Per Semester)Alumni Weekends Only (Monthly)Alumni Weekends Only (Per Semester)Alumni Weekends Only (Yearly)


CSUF Alumni

To purchase an Alumni Membership at the Student Recreation Center, individuals must purchase the Alumni Association Membership first. Once purchased, please bring your Alumni Association Membership card, or proof of purchase, to the front desk of the Student Recreation Center to proceed with purchasing our Alumni Membership. Purchase your Alumni Association Membership now.


Alternatively, Alumni have the option of purchasing an Alumni Weekend Only membership for a lower rate.

Community Membership

CSUF Community (Monthly)CSUF Community (Per Semester)



A Community Membership is for anyone who has a connection to Cal State Fullerton, or a connection to a current Student Recreation Center member. The following individuals fall under the Community Membership:


  • Adult children, adult siblings, parents of Faculty/Staff
  • Spouse/Domestic Partner of Faculty/Staff (includes ASI Pro Staff)
  • Student Spouse/Domestic Partner of Current CSUF Student
  • Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) Members
  • Students, Faculty/Staff of Marshall B. Ketchum University and Hope International


To purchase your Community Membership, please visit the front desk at the Student Recreation Center.

Faculty/Staff Membership

CSUF Faculty Staff (Monthly)CSUF Faculty Staff (Per Semester)CSUF Faculty Staff (Per Year)


CSUF Faculty/Staff

Faculty and staff of CSUF can purchase a Faculty/Staff Membership at monthly, semesterly, or yearly price. The following individuals fall under the Faculty/Staff Membership:


  • University Auxiliary Staff
  • University Faculty/Staff
  • Retired/Emeritus Fac/Staff
  • ASC – Benefited/Non-Benefited
  • Extended Education
  • Post Doctorates


To purchase your Faculty/Staff Membership, please visit the front desk at the Student Recreation Center.


* Associated Students Incorporated (ASI) employees receive a complimentary membership to the Student Recreation Center and need to activate that membership to gain access to the facility.

International Student Membership

International Students (Per Semester)


International Student

The following international students on F-1 or J-1 visa status would be eligible to use the SRC much like non-international CSUF degree-seeking students. The below-listed international students would not need to pay for a membership.


  • International students pursuing a degree program (bachelor’s, master’s, or doctorate)
  • International students pursuing credential programs
  • International students pursuing Artist’s Diploma/Music Performance Certificate or TESOL Certificate
  • International students on a J-1 visa status participating in CSUF exchange programs


International students on F-1 status who are participating in non-degree program called University Semester Abroad Program (USA) and enrolled through Open University would need to pay for a membership. These students will have a special letter that must be presented upon payment at the Student Recreation Center.


To purchase your International Student Membership, please visit the front desk at the Student Recreation Center.


Towel Service

All Student Recreation Center members have the option to purchase towel service. These towels can be used for the pool or showers. Small workout towels are free for all members to use during their visit.


Towel Service
Day UseSemesterYear

Locker Service

Lockers are sold to members wishing to keep their personal belongings in the facility overnight. If you wish to use a locker for the day, you can utilize the Day Use lockers. Day Use lockers are located throughout the facility, or as the middle and bottom set of lockers in each middle bay of the locker room.


Locker Service
Day UseSemesterYear

Equipment Checkout

At equipment checkout, we offer the following equipment to all Student Recreation Center members free of charge. To borrow equipment, simply scan your Member ID for a Customer Service Attendant. All equipment must be checked back in after use.


Equipment Checkout
Equipment Available
Soccer Balls

Membership Cancellation, Refund, and Transfer Forms

If you are interested in canceling your membership, please fill out the Membership Cancellation Form


If you are interested in requesting a program/class transfer or program refund, please fill out the Refund/Transfer Form

Frequently Asked Questions

Is my student membership free to the Student Recreation Center?
Yes, we provide you with a complimentary membership for currently enrolled CSUF Students that is paid through your Campus Union fee. Your membership is always complimentary if you are a currently enrolled in classes which also includes summer classes.


Can I come to the Student Recreation Center after I graduate?
Yes! You must purchase an Alumni Association Membership first. Once purchased, you can sign up for an Alumni Membership with the Student Recreation Center.


What other membership options are available?
We offer memberships for Faculty/Staff, Alumni, International Students, and Community. To view more information regarding pricing for these memberships visit the Member Services section on our website.


Are there lockers available to store my personal belongings while I work out?
We have free day-use lockers available in the men’s and women’s locker room as well as specific locations throughout the first floor of the facility. You can also purchase a semester locker for $25 or a year locker for $75. At the end of each semester, or each year, you can renew your locker online through the Titan Recreation portal.


Are towels free to use at the Student Recreation Center?
We provide workout towels available during your workout. If you need to purchase a shower or pool towel, you can do that through our towel service. It is $10 per semester, $25 per year, or $1 a day. Towel service can be purchased via the Titan Rec app or in-person at the Student Recreation Center.


Do you offer equipment that we can use for free?
Yes, with your membership you have access to our Equipment Checkout which includes basketballs, soccer balls, footballs, tennis rackets, racquetball equipment, and jump ropes.


Can I bring a guest to the Student Recreation Center?
Yes, you can bring a guest to the Student Recreation Center who is over the age of 18. Our guest pass costs $10 per visit and can be purchased at the Student Recreation Center.

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Adaptive Recreation

Titan Recreation is proud to offer programs and training services for all abilities. We aim to create an inclusive, welcoming, accommodating, and accessible environment to give all participants the opportunity to develop as athletes. 


Personal Training


Adaptive Equipment Available for Use:

  • Wide-base ski ergs
  • Low Row machine
  • Chest Press machine
  • Shoulder Press machine


Adaptive Equipment Available for Use:

  • ADA-compliant pool lift
  • PVC pipe walkers

Climbing Wall

Adaptations for all abilities at the climbing wall are available. Climbers with visual impairments, missing limbs, neurological disorders, and more can come and participate in climbing activities. Climbing staff will be able to set up a system that meets your desired level of challenge and fun!

American Red Cross

Titan Recreation offers a variety American Red Cross classes that aim to teach skills and techniques to new and experienced participants. Classes are taught by Certified American Red Cross Instructors and are available to CSUF students, Student Recreation Center members, and non-members.


Adult & Pediatric CPR/AED

Students will learn how to check a conscious and unresponsive person and how to administer care. Students will learn CPR compressions, rescue breaths, and the use of an AED. Students will also learn how to assess if a person is choking and techniques to remove chocking hazard. Students will receive certification in Adult and Pediatric CPR/AED which is valid for 2 years.

Adult & Pediatric CPR/AED with First Aid

Students will learn how to check both conscious and unresponsive adults, children, and infants, and how to administer care. Students will learn CPR compressions, rescue breaths, and the use of an AED. Students will also learn how to assess if a person is choking and techniques to remove chocking hazard. Students will learn standard first aid care for sudden illness and injury. Students will receive certification in Adult & Pediatric CPR/AED/First Aid which is valid for 2 years.

Wilderness First Aid

This 16 hour course is perfect for outdoor enthusiast, recreation participant, or those who work in the back country setting for research or any other purpose. We will cover advanced skills to be used in emergencies when help from professional first responders may be far away. Be prepared fun hands on practical training of the following topics: Primary and Secondary Assessments, Head/Brain, Neck and Spinal Injuries, Heat-Related Emergencies, Hypothermia, Altitude-Related Illnesses, Allergies and Anaphylaxis, Burns, Bone and Joint Injuries, Wounds and Wound Infection.

Lifeguard Certification

Description: Provides entry-level participants the knowledge and skills to prevent recognize and respond to aquatic emergencies and to provide care for breathing and cardiac emergencies injuries and sudden illnesses until EMS personnel take over. Prerequisites: Minimum age: 15 years; Swim 300 yards continuously; Tread water for 2 minutes using only the legs; Complete a timed event within 1 minute 40 seconds by starting in the water swimming 20 yards surface dive to a depth of 7 to 10 feet to retrieve a 10-pound object return to the surface and swim 20 yards on the back to return to the starting point exit the water without using steps or a ladder. Certification includes Lifeguarding and CPRO. Participants who successfully complete the Lifeguarding course receive an American Red Cross certificate for Lifeguarding/First Aid/CPR/AED valid for 2 years.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can anyone take American Red Cross courses?
Yes, you do not have to be a member to take our American Red Cross courses. Prices vary per course.


What courses do you offer through American Red Cross?
We offer Adult & Pediatric CPR/AED, Adult & Pediatric CPR/AED with First Aid, and Wilderness First Aid.


How long is my CPR/First aid certification good for? 
Your CPR and First Aid certifications are good for 2 years.


Will my Red Cross certification cross over to American Heart Association? 
No, unfortunately, it is a slightly different course. Be sure to check with your employer to see if they will accept the Red Cross Certification.


How long does it take to get my certificate after I complete a Red Cross class?
Usually less than 2 business days


Titan Recreation offers two lap lanes, space for leisure, water volleyball and basketball, and space to lounge and relax with friends. Our pool is always heated making it a perfect to enjoy year round.

Spring 2023 Aquatic Classes

Inner Tube Water Polo Clinic
March 21, 2023 | 6PM-7:30PM
SRC Pool

Come to the SRC Pool and learn the basics of inner tube water polo! Inner tube water polo (ITWP) is a variation of the sport water polo with the important difference that players are required to float in inflatable inner tubes. By floating in an inner tube, players experience less contact and expend less energy than traditional water polo players, not having to tread water. This allows casual players to enjoy water polo without undertaking the intense conditioning required for conventional water polo.

Inner Tube Water Polo Tournament
April 13, 2023 | 6PM-9PM
SRC Pool

Come compete in a fun tournament of water polo in the SRC pool! Jump in by making a team on IMLeagues today!

Swim Clinic-Swim Clinic
April 18, 2023 | 5PM-6PM
SRC Pool

Do you want to perfect your stroke? Do you want to learn technique that will help you be a more efficient swimmer? Come to our first ever swimming technique clinic! In this hour long clinic, we will be focusing on freestyle technique. Our coaches will put you through a 1 hour long technique intensive that will improve your stroke efficiency and cardiovascular endurance. Participants will be entered in a raffle to win a gift card for Big 5 sporting goods!

Spring 2023 Private Lessons

The Titan Student Recreation Center is excited to offer Private Swim Lessons for those who are looking to enhance their Swimming Skills. Our swim instructors are dedicated to ensuring you have the best program that is exclusive to you and your goals.


Packages include:
One (1) 60-minute Lesson | $35 Students | $40 Members
Four (4) 60-minute Lessons | $135 Students | $140 Members
Eight (8) 60-minute lessons | $270 Students | $275 Members


***Each lesson package includes a free 30 minute consultation with your instructor.

Summer 2023 Learn to Swim Program Description

The Titan Learn to Swim program will be back this summer from June 19-August 17! The Learn to Swim program promotes a safe and fun swimming environment where children feel comfortable developing their water skills. Our small class sizes allow students to maximize their water time and get individualized instructor attention. Learn to Swim is a water safety/group swim instruction program where all instructors are certified Water Safety Instructors by the American Red Cross.

Summer 2023 Learn to Swim Schedule

Each learn to swim schedule is 2 weeks long. Lessons will take place in the afternoons and evenings between 2pm and 8pm.

  • Session 1: 6/19-6/29 – Registration opens May 1
  • Session 2: 7/10-7/20 – Registration opens June 19
  • Session 3: 7/24 -8/3 – Registration opens July 10
  • Session 4: 8/7-8/17 – Registration opens July 24

Learn to Swim Registration Information

Summer 2023 registration for session 1 ONLY will open on May 1.


Registration for the rest of the summer will open after the first session begins on June 19.


Levels Parent & Me through Level 3 – $75
Levels 4, 5, and Adult – $90

Learn to Swim Level Descriptions

If you are not sure of the level you should register your child for or if you do not know your child’s last completed level from last summer, please contact


Parent and Me: 6mos-3years
Children must be at least 6 months old to enroll. A parent or guardian must accompany each child in the water and participate in the classes. This class is designed to help infants and toddlers become comfortable in and around the water with a parent or guardian. The class teaches parents techniques to help orient their children to water activities in a safe manner. This class is NOT designed to teach children to become good swimmers or to survive in the water on their own. Skills include blowing bubbles, kicking, holding onto the wall, floating on front and back, and water safety skills. Swim Diapers must be worn by all children and must be provided by the parent/guardian.


Tiny Tots: 3-5 years
A class for preschoolers who have little to no aquatic experience. Fun and safety are emphasized while learning necessary swimming skills such as water entry and exit, face submergence, blowing bubbles, water adjustment, kicking, exploring arm movements, and safety skills.


Level 1: 5-12 Years
A class for children who have little to no aquatic experience. Fun and safety are emphasized while learning necessary swimming skills: water entry and exit, face submergence, water adjustment, floating on front and back, retrieval of submerged objects, and safety skills. In this class children will learn how to side breathe as well as practice freestyle and backstroke.


Level 2: 5-12 years
Class reviews entry by stepping or jumping from side, bobbing, head submergence and holding breath, floating on front and back, treading water, side breathing, freestyle, backstroke, and safety skills. Participants will also be introduced to elementary backstroke.


Prerequisite – Participant must be able to demonstrate the following with little to no assistance: safely enter and exit the water, float on front and back without support, swim freestyle the entire length of the pool.


Level 3: 5-12 years
In this class, children will review side breathing techniques, freestyle, backstroke, and elementary backstroke. They will also be introduced to breaststroke and kneeling and standing dives. Participants will continue to practice treading water, retrieving submerged objects, and safety skills.


Prerequisite – Participants should be extremely comfortable in the water and able to swim at least one lap (25 yards) without any assistance.


Level 4: 5-12 years
Class will continue to practice treading water, retrieving submerged objects, kneeling, and standing dives, and safety skills. Along with perfecting freestyle, backstroke, and breaststroke, they will be introduced to butterfly.


Prerequisite – Participants should be noticeably confident freestyle swimmers and comfortable with backstroke and breaststroke


Level 5: 5-12 years
Swimmers will work on alternate breathing, stride jump, refinement of freestyle, backstroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke, breaststroke, dolphin kick and butterfly, open turn on front and back, feet-first surface dive, and treading water.


Prerequisite- Participants should be extremely comfortable in the water and able to swim at least one lap of butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke, and freestyle without assistance.

Learn to Swim FAQs

Where do we park?

Program participants can park anywhere on campus for free on the weekends. We recommend parking in lot D or the state college parking structure as they are in closest proximity to the pool.


Where are lessons located?

Lessons will take place at the Student Recreation Center Pool.


When do lessons take place?

Lessons take place on both Saturday and Sunday for 30 minutes. Adult swim lessons are 45 minutes. Level 4 and 5 are one hour long classes.


What do I bring to swim lessons?

  • sunscreen
  • bathing suit
  • towels
  • sandals
  • swim diaper if a child is not potty trained. **diapers must be swim diapers be worn in the pool.


Are there make up lessons available?

there are no make-up sessions for any missed swim lessons.


What of our schedule changes during the session and we need to change times?

There will be no switching of class times after the session has begun. Unless an instructor needs to move a child to the appropriate level.


What do we do prior to the start of the swim lesson?

  1. Please arrive to the pool deck at least 10 minutes prior to your lesson beginning.
  2. On the first day, you will sit in the designated check in area for your child’s level.
  3. Please wait for your instructor to greet your child and bring them to their class area. do not put your child in the water before their lesson begins.
  4. Sunscreen should be applied to child’s skin 20 minutes before entering the water.


What should parents do during swim lessons?

  1. Parents must sit in bleachers and are not permitted to sit by the edge of the pool.
  2. Parents must remain on the pool deck during lessons.
  3. Any children not attending swim lessons must be with parents at all times. spectators may not use the pool.
  4. food and glass containers are not permitted on the pool deck.
  5. animals are not permitted on the pool deck unless they are a verified service animal.


What equipment can my child use during class?

  1. Goggles are not permitted for tiny tots, level 1, and level 2. In these levels, submerging eyes under water is a skill students must have mastered to pass those levels. Learning to swim without goggles also allows students to swim in all conditions in case of an emergency. Lastly, goggles can be uncomfortable for the child and time consuming for the instructor to fix throughout the 30-minute class.
  2. Water wings, life jackets and other flotation devices are not allowed.


Titan Recreation provides a wide variety of fitness offerings ranging from group fitness classes to martial arts and personal training. All our programs are designed to help you bring your fitness to the next level. Classes and training sessions are held on campus at the Student Recreation Center. Our instructors and trainers use the most up-to-date industry trends, techniques, and choreography to give you the most effective workout experience possible.

Group Exercise Classes Schedule - Summer 2023

Group Exercise Classes
Titan Recreation Group Exercise Classes allow members to develop and expand skills related to the latest group exercise trends. Check out this semester’s classes below!

Spring 2022 Group Exercise Classes Schedule
4:30PM - 5:20PMVinyasa FlowVinyasa Flow
7:30 PM - 8:20PM714 DanceStretch & Recover


Register for Group Exercise here.

Battle RopeDumbbellsSpeed RopesMini Bands, and Slam Balls provided by Living.Fit

Guts, Butts, & Thighs
Target your core, glutes, and legs through a series of cardio and strength training exercise that will keep your heart rating going. Join this class for a fast-paced and diverse workout.

Enjoy a vigorous, but non-impact, cardio workout. Learn proper set-up, riding technique, proper form, moves, and safety techniques. This class is great for all cyclist.

This beginning level class is designed to develop awareness of alignment and basic ballet vocabulary and technique. This class will enhance coordination, balance and flexibility with the teaching of basic ballet positions, steps, and terminology through standing barre work and simple center floor exercises.

Barre combines elements of pilates, ballet, yoga, and dance to develop flexibility, strength, and tone.

Focus on the mind-body benefits of Yoga with this intense class. Improve your overall conditioning, balance, flexibility and strength with this vigorous format. All levels welcome!

Zumba is a fusion of Latin and International music that creates a dynamic, fun, and effective fitness routine. Achieve long-term benefits in this exciting hour of calorie-burning dance based class!

305 Fitness
305 is an addictively fun high-intensity dance cardio class that works you head to toe. Drop it low, tone it up, and shake it out!

Cardio Yoga
Cardio yoga is a popular style of exercise that combines yoga with cardiovascular, or cardio, exercises. This format is good for those who enjoy the relaxation benefits of yoga but demand more intensity!

HIIT stands for high intensity interval training! This is a challenging class that can be self-paced. HIIT is a full-body workout. It builds cardiovascular fitness while improving muscular strength and endurance. People are challenged to push to their limits in this class!

Jiu Jitsu

Jiu Jitsu
This class offers a unique and effective blend of different grappling techniques. Students will gain experience and exposure to wrestling techniques, including takedowns, throws, and “scrambling,” as well as the submissions and body manipulation essential to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. The combination of these complimentary styles will give students the best of both worlds when it comes to grappling. Whether you are a beginner, an experienced athlete, or someone interested in fitness or self-defense, you will benefit from this class.

Mixed Martial Arts

Mixed Martial Arts
This is a martial arts class that incorporates effective techniques from various martial systems. This class includes both stand-up and ground techniques. Safety and proper technique are stressed. Techniques include: strikes, blocks, throws, chokes, joint manipulation, and more.

Cardio Kickboxing

Cardio Kickboxing
Get ready to increase your flexibility, strength, and cardiovascular endurance while learning practical self-defense skills. This class will allow you to learn techniques in kickboxing to help develop your coordination and timing while being motivated to reach your fitness goals!

F45 Classes


F45 is a functional high intensity interval training (HIIT) workout geared towards everyday movement. 45 stands for the total amount of time for the workout.


Classes returning Fall of 2023!

F45 Challenge App

You can join the F45 Challenge app for FREE by signing up with your CSUF email. Get access to recorded classes, nutrition, and more!

Register for the F45 Challenge App here

Personal Training

In Person Training

The Titan Student Recreation Center is excited to offer in-person training for those who are looking to enhance their fitness journey. Our personal trainers are dedicated to ensuring you have the best program that is exclusive to you and your fitness goals.

We offer one-on-one training and buddy training for 2.


Register for Personal Training.

Sara  Botshekan
NASM Certified Personal Trainer
Specialties: Strength training, weight loss, muscle gain, dancing, cheerleading
Matthew Nguyen
NASM Certified Personal Trainer
Specialties: Strength training, powerlifting, bodybuilding, weight loss, muscle gain, and athletic training

Frequently Asked Questions

Are fitness classes free?
Yes! We offer a variety of free Drop-in Fitness classes per week at the Student Recreation Center.


How do I register for a Drop-in Fitness class?
You can register for class in advance by using the Titan Recreation app or Titan Recreation website.


What other instructional fitness classes are offered?
We offer instructional classes throughout the school year. We do our best to offer different classes, such as Martial Arts and Dance, each semester.


What is F45 and how do I take a class?
F45 is a functional high intensity interval training (HIIT) workout geared towards everyday movement. 45 stands for the total amount of time for the workout. To take our F45 classes, you must purchase an F45 membership.


How much is an F45 membership?
We offer our F45 membership at $15 per semester for students and $25 per semester for all other members. This is compared to $150+ per month at a local F45 studio.


Do you offer Personal Training?
Yes! We offer one-on-one personal training or buddy personal training sessions. Sessions come in packages of one, five, or ten. If purchasing a buddy session, the “buddy” must be a member of the Student Recreation Center.


How much does personal training cost?
Prices can be found on the Titan Recreation website under Personal Training.

Titan Youth Summer Camp

Titan Youth Summer Camp at the Student Recreation Center is back this summer, June 26-August 11! The camp specializes in youth-oriented recreation and sports-related activities, including basketball, bowling, flag football, swimming, rock wall climbing, soccer, softball, arts & craft, and team building/leadership activities. The Titan Youth Summer Camp offers six individual week-long sessionsfor children aged 5-12 years old, consisting of your choice of full- (9AM-5PM) or  half-day  (9AM-1PM) options. Extended care is also available, with drop-offs starting at 8AM, and pick-ups extending as late as 6PM.

Titan Youth Summer Camp 2023 Schedule

Week 1: June 26- June 30
No Titan Youth Sports Camp July 3-July7
Week 2:
July 10-July 14
Week 3: July 17-July 21
Week 4: July 24-July 28
Week 5: July 31-August 4
Week 6: August 7 – August 11


Monday-Friday campers will participate in the following activities: Swimming, rock climbing, open-rec, mindful activities, team-builders, bowling and billiards, educational projects, and vendor activities*


*Activities are subject to change and could vary week to week depending on vendor and staff availability.

Titan Youth Summer Camp 2023 Pricing

Before May 19:

Full Day: $240
Monday-Friday, 9AM-5PM


Half Day: $120
Monday-Friday, 9AM-1PM


Extended Care: $290
Monday-Friday, 1-hour early drop-off, and 1-hour late pick up.



Full Day: $290 (Faculty/Staff $240)
Monday-Friday, 9AM-5PM


Half Day: $145  (Faculty/Staff $120)
Monday-Friday, 9AM-1PM


Extended Care: $340 (Faculty/Staff$290)
Monday-Friday, 8AM-6PM


Week 1: June 26- June 30
Week 1 Registration


Week 2: July 10-July 14
Week 2 Registration


Week 3: July 17-July 21
Week 3 Registration


Week 4: July 24-July 28
Week 4 Registration


Week 5: July 31-August 4
Week 5 Registration


Week 6: August 7 – August 11
Week 6 Registration

Parent Orientation Information

Parent orientation is an integral part of the Titan Youth Summer Camp experience. It is your opportunity to meet the counselors and instructors interacting with your child this summer and get any last-minute questions answered before summer programming begins. It is also a chance to tour our facilities, pick up any materials your child will need in the upcoming weeks, and receive your parking pass.


Orientation Night Schedule:

May 5, 6PM-8PM
In the Alvarado conference room in the Titan Student Union
Register for May 5


May 12, 6PM-8PM
In the Alvarado conference room in the Titan Student Union
Register for May 12


May 19, 6PM-8PM
In the Alvarado conference room in the Titan Student Union
Register for May 19


May 26, 6PM-8PM
In the Alvarado conference room in the Titan Student Union
Register for May 26


June 2, 6PM-8PM
In the Alvarado conference room in the Titan Student Union
Register for June 2


June 9, 6PM-8PM
In the Alvarado conference room in the Titan Student Union
Register for June 9


June 16, 6PM-8PM
In the Alvarado conference room in the Titan Student Union
Register for June 16

Parking Information

The Titan Youth Summer Camp parking is located in the State College Parking Structure, behind the Student Recreation Center (SRC). Please park on the first level where the Mobile Parking is located. Parking permits will be waived for drop-off and pick-up.  If you have extended business in the SRC or elsewhere on campus, you must purchase a day pass for $8 at the dispensers located in the parking structure.


For Titan Youth Summer Camp questions, please email us at or call at (657) 278-5583.


Esports at Titan Recreation invites gamers of all levels to participate in our recreational tournaments. Tournaments are available online and in-person for all CSUF students.

Tournament Registration

Fall 2022 tournament registration is now open!


Register for the Fall 2022 Tournaments here.


Tournaments will take place in October and November. There will be only two in-person tournaments. All in-person tournaments will take place at Titan Bowl & Billiards (lower level of the Titan Student Union).


ESports Tournaments

ESports Tournaments Details
ESports Tournaments

Tournament Rule Books


This semester we will be hosting a collaborative Gaming Social with the Gaming Club for all gamers and anyone who is interested! Come hang out, play games, win prizes, and enjoy food as we relax before Finals!


ESports Social Events

ESports Social Events
ESports Social Events


Join our Discord server where you can chat with other CSUF gamers, look for groups to game with, and ask us any questions!


Join our Discord server here.

Intramural Sports

Titan Recreation offers inclusive and engaging Intramural Sports throughout the school year for members of all levels. Leagues consist of Men’s, Women’s, Open and Co-Ed, and sports range from basketball and soccer to volleyball and flag football, and much more. You can create a team, join a team, or sign up as a free agent and compete against your fellow titans on campus. Pay your participation fee and sign up on for this season today!

Season, Leagues, & Sports

Intramural sports scrimmages will be hosted Feb. 2-23.  Be sure to contact us or sign-up on Imleagues to get updates about scrimmages and schedules. This is a great way to recruit players, find available teams, and practice before the start of the season.


Sports Leagues Offering
Basketball, 7v7soccer, Flag Football, Volleyball, and Softball will be offered for the Spring 2023 semester. There are Men’s, Women’s, and Co-ed leagues available for each league. Softball will have an Open league only.




Our Spring 2023 one-day tournaments are listed below:
Badminton Tournament – March 17,  2pm-5pm at the SRC Courts
Billiards Tournament – April 14, 2pm-5pm in the TSU, Titan Bowl & Billiards


Registration is now open for the Spring 2023 Intramural Season.


Important Dates
The regular season runs from February 27 through April 13. The last day to create a team is February 22. You must have the minimum number of players required and have attended a captain meeting to be scheduled for the regular season. Late player registration begins February 22 and ends on March 23.


Captain’s Meeting
The captain meeting is held on February 22, 23, and 24 in the Legislative Chambers located on the second floor of the TSU from 6pm-8pm. Either the captain or a team representative must be present. New members and free agents are welcome to attend as well to learn about important rules and policies for their leagues. The meeting schedule will be in 30-minute increments.


Participation Fee

The Participation Fee must be paid online via Titan Rec Website Here, Titan Rec app which is available in the Apple Store, via Google Play, or in person at the Student Recreation Center in order to participate in the Intramural Season.


Student $10 | Member $15 | *Non-Member $20
*Non-member refers to Hope International Students only.

Late registration opens on September 26 and will require an additional $5.


Once you’ve paid the participation fee, register for the sport(s) you would like to play by visiting IMLeagues.

Contact Us

For Intramural Sports questions, please email us at

Frequently Asked Questions

Is it free to play intramurals?
No. Intramurals are not free for any members. We have an additional fee that is $10 for students, $15 for faculty/staff, and $20 for all other members.


Can I play multiple sports?
Yes, you can sign up for multiple leagues each semester.


How do I register for intramurals?
You must register online via the Titan Rec app or in-person at the Student Recreation Center to pay for your Intramural Participation fee. Once paid, visit IMLeagues to join the league(s) of your choice as part of a team or free agent. Please keep in mind that there will be an additional $5 late fee if your participation fee is not paid for on time.


Why am I listed as ineligible on IMLeague when trying to sign-up?
In order to remove ineligibility, you must first pay the Intramural Sports fee. Once paid, the restrictions will be removed and full access granted. If issue continues, email us for further assistance.

Climbing Wall

Are you ready to take your college experience to new heights? Come into the wall and get some vertical movement going! Our 30-foot climbing wall is free to use and has everything you need to begin or continue your climbing journey. Learn the basics of climbing and belaying with our educational classes, have fun with your friends at our special events, or just get a great workout in! We will see you at the wall!

Climbing Classes

Climbing Fundamentals
Created for newer climbers, this class is designed to teach basic climbing technique and body positioning. During this class you will learn efficient movement, climbing terminology, different types of climbing holds and how to use them, and how to push yourself up the wall instead of pulling yourself up.


Class dates vary. Student $15 | Member $25


Register for Climbing Fundamentals.

Top Rope Belaying
A beginning class designed to teach the new climber all the safety skills needed to pass the climbing wall belay test. This two hour class includes all equipment and gives you practical time to learn to belay, use the gear, and understand the climbing wall safety procedures.


Class dates vary. Student $25 | Member $35


Register for Top Rope Belaying.

Lead Climbing
This intermediate class is designed to teach competent climbers and belayers the ins and outs of lead climbing! Must be a top rope belayer and can climb a grade of 5.9. This three hour class covers all the equipment needed and gives time to cover climbing basics and belaying technique for lead climbing.


Class dates vary. Student $35 | Member $45


Register for Lead Climbing.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost to use the climbing wall?
The climbing wall is free to use with your student membership! We have all the gear and staff you need to have a good time. Just show up and we will get you outfitted and climbing in minutes at no cost!


Can you teach me how to climb?
Of course! If you want to learn how to climb casually then just come in and climb! Our staff will help coach you and get you to the top! If you prefer a more structured learning path, we encourage you to sign up for our paid Climbing Fundamentals course where we go over climbing movement, technique, and more.  If you are looking to dive deeper into climbing, we also offer the following paid classes Top Rope Belaying and Lead Climbing.


Is climbing hard? It looks scary and there is no way I could ever do that! 
Sure, climbing can be intimidating but it’s not as hard as you think! If you can go up a ladder you can go up a wall. Our wonderful staff will be able to coach you up the wall and get you off the ground as much as you are comfortable with.

Contact Us

For more information about climbing classes or other climbing wall questions, email Michael Brown at

Titan Outdoors

Come take part in the stories in which memories are made. Titan Outdoors trips are designed for all levels of adventure. We encourage students who have never tried these activities to join our trips and try them with us! Our experienced, certified, and passionate student staff are excited to get you outside and experience life-changing moments. All trips include transportation, equipment, trip leaders, and recreation fees. Our overnight trips include food If you already enjoy these experiences Titan Outdoors is a great way to build community with like-minded adventurous! This year, immerse yourself, build your skills, and branch out with Titan Outdoors.

Fall 2023 Trips

We will announce our outdoor adventure trips for the Fall 2023 semester later this summer.

Gear Rental

Gear Rental
Get geared up with Titan Outdoors! Do you have an epic expedition in mind? How about a quick local quest? No matter your goals Titan Outdoors can help you achieve them with our gear rental. We have all the equipment you need at great prices for your outdoor trip!


To get started, fill out our gear rental form.


Do you have questions on how to use some of our gear? Check out the following videos on some field instructions to help you enjoy a great time outside!
VIDEO – Gear Rental: Snow Shoes
VIDEO – Gear Rental: Paddle Boards
VIDEO – Gear Rental: Camping Stove
VIDEO – Gear Rental: Backpacking Stove
VIDEO – Gear Rental: 6-8 Person Tent
VIDEO – Gear Rental: 2-3 Person Tent

Titan Outdoors Gear Rental
Gear4-Day Rental for Students9-Day Rental for Students4-Day Rental for Members9-Day Rental for Members
Eight-Person Tent$12$15$50$75
Backpacking Stove$5$8$25$35
25L Dry Bag$2.50$5$10$20
Micro Spikes$2.50$5$10$20
Snow Shoes$5$8
Climbing Shoes$8$10
Crash Pad$5$8

Leave No Trace

Nine out of ten people who visit the outdoors are uninformed about Leave No Trace or the importance of minimizing their impacts. With over 13 billion trips into the outdoors in the U.S. alone every year, people are causing significant preventable damage, and that damage is adding up. Leave No Trace is on the forefront of changing this troubling trend—the littered parks and damaged trails, the formidable impacts of fire, polluted waterways, damage to historic artifacts, and serious wildlife issues.

The Leave No Trace organization is built upon the belief that if people do something, even something simple, to help take care of the outdoors that they cherish, we will all benefit. Leave No Trace is a universal philosophy that can be part of any outdoor experience. The very nature of Leave No Trace lends itself well to fostering a cooperative spirit of stewardship.

Local Guide

Titan Outdoors Local Guide

Titan Outdoors has put together a local guide for all your outdoor needs. This guide is by no means comprehensive, but it provides the tools you’ll need to start your adventure. No matter if you want to hike, ride, paddle, or camp, this guide is a great resource to help you in the direction you want to go…outside!

Frequently Asked Questions

What is included in each trip?*
We set our trips up to make it easy for you to participate in fun outdoor activities! All our day trips include transportation to and from campus, all gear needed for the specific activity, all entry fees and permits required, and trained and awesome student trip leaders that can help keep everyone safe! Our overnight trips also include food for the entire trip as well.

*this response does not include COVID regulations. If regulations are in place, our Outdoor & Rock Wall Adventure Coordinator will ensure all participants are up to date.


I’ve never gone camping, how much experience do I need?
None! We all start somewhere, and we are happy to have you start here! Most of our trips are designed for newer recreation users. We love showing people a good time in the wilderness!


What if I don’t have any outdoor gear?
If you don’t have any gear that is okay! All you need to participate in our trips is your clothes and to be excited. We handle the rest of it for you!


My friends are going camping this week and I would love to go with them. Can I use your gear?
Of course! We offer a lot of gear for rent at an incredibly low price for 4-day or 9-day rentals. Prices start as low as $5 for the whole weekend for some gear. For more information, view our Gear Rental Reservation Form.

Contact Us

For more information about outdoor trips, gear rental, and other Titan Outdoors questions, email Michael Brown at

Titan Recreation Team Building

Titan Recreation now provides engaging team building events designed to improve communication, stimulate better decision making, and create stronger bonds among the members of your club, group, office or organization. We offer a variety of facilitated virtual and in-person sessions to help your group achieve its goals. 


For more information, contact Michael Brown by emailing him at

Titan Recreation Team Building

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Titan Recreation Team Building? 

Our Team Building sessions are a series of upbeat and engaging activities designed to enable your group to think and work together to accomplish a goal. The sessions are hosted by trained facilitators, that will not only present exciting challenges and games, but will provide debriefings to help your team relate and transfer each lesson to the work environment. 


What skills will my team learn? 

Most of our team building sessions revolve around communication, problem solving, decision making, goal setting, and positive leadership in the workplace. Our facilitators will help your team identify what skills they used during the activities, refine those skills, and help them navigate a path which leads them to using what they have learned in their workplace. 


Are there any prerequisites for my team to participate?  

No prerequisite knowledge or ability is required of your group to participate. Our team building initiatives are adaptive to a vast array of participants. We encourage all our teams to practice “challenge by choice,” and participate as much as they can. If you have any concerns, be sure to let us know when you book your event, and we can mold our presentation to your group’s specific needs.  


What will Virtual Team Building be like? 

We understand that the realities of working during COVID-19 can be challenging, and over the past year, we have developed a virtual program that can be administered via Zoom to engage your team even when we cannot all be together in person. All the same team building principles and interactions apply. We’re just participating within a big video conference call from the comfort of our personal virtual workspaces.


Will my team be able to maintain physical distancing if we do in person team building?  

Of course! As we work our way towards a new normal it is important to continue to practice the healthy skills that got us to this point. If you elect to do in-person team building, we will ensure that everyone adheres to current CDC standards and guidelines regarding COVID-19 and the safety of all participants.


In-Person Team Building Pricing

Less than 20 people$60$100$150

Virtual Team Building Pricing

Less than 20 people$30$50N/A

Getting Started

To get started follow these easy steps!
1. Fill out the Team Building Request Form
2. A Titan Recreation staff member will send an invoice
3. Pay invoice
4. Get your team ready for fun and engaging development!

Contact Titan Recreation

Do you have a question about the Student Recreation Center or Titan Recreation? Feel free to give us a call, send us a direct email, or contact us via social media.

800 N. State College Blvd., Fullerton, CA 92821

(657) 278-7529