About Campus Recreation

About Campus Recreation
Campus Rec Staff 2022

Campus Recreation provides outstanding educational experiences through a variety of recreation opportunities that enhance healthy lifestyles in our UNH community.


Campus Recreation will be widely known for enriching the lives and educational experience of students through cutting edge recreation services.

Operating Principles

In our approach to our work with participants, co-workers, and colleagues on campus and beyond, we:

  • offer exceptional programs and quality services
  • seek and support personal and professional development
  • encourage innovation and treat setbacks as part of the learning process
  • practice respectful, open, and honest communication
  • embrace diversity
  • encourage collaboration
  • always operate with the student’s best interests in mind
  • operate with a positive attitude
  • are committed to an exceptional organizational culture
  • embrace teamwork and a sense of community

Our Staff

Student Learning Outcomes

Risk Management - Through ongoing participation in risk management training, Campus Recreation student staff members will be able to identify risks associated with facilitating program activities, mitigate risk factors, and implement departmental protocols
Leadership - Through participation in ongoing staff training, Campus Recreation student staff will apply leadership skills to facilitate programs and services.
Organizational & Professional Development - Through participation in ongoing training, Campus Recreation student staff members will demonstrate knowledge of accessibility, inclusivity, multiculturalism and cultural humility.

Join our Team

The Department of Campus Recreation at the University of New Hampshire is an organization that strives to provide extraordinary recreational programs and services that enhance a healthy lifestyle. Whether it is teaching a group exercise class, leading a trip to the White Mountains, officiating flag football, interacting with participants of the Hamel Recreation Center, driving a Zamboni, teaching a cooking class, there is a role for everyone. 

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HRC staff
  • Nick Alley
    Campus Recreation always acted as a second home for me while at school; it gave me so much confidence in my ability to work and lead others, as well as try various ventures of my life that I wanted to explore.
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  • Sara Sturzo
    I began working with Campus Rec as a Sport Club Supervisor in the beginning of my Sophomore Year (Fall 2013), after having had worked at another on Campus job that wasn’t aligned with my goals or interests. I found myself wanting to be passionate about going to work every day.
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  • Abby
    During my time with Campus Recreation, I worked primarily as a Program Assistant for Intramural Sports and Special Events. I began my employment as an intramural soccer official before being promoted to a Supervisor for Intramural
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