Aquatics

Looking to move your fitness to the next level? The Campus Recreation Center Aquatic Complex includes three bodies of water as well as individual and group swimming activities, see below for details!

The Pools

  • The lap pool is 50 meters by 22.88 meters (25 yards), has two 1 meter diving boards and a 3-meter diving board. Depth varies from 4 feet to 13 feet. Open recreation swim lanes are available, along with lanes used for swim practices. Check lap lane availability.
  • The shallow-water leisure pool has a zero-depth entry with a maximum depth of 3 1/2 feet. The leisure pool features a unique waterwall, current channel, vortex, and bubble couch.
  • The whirlpool temperature ranges from 101-104 degrees and seats up to 14 users. The design of these pools allows users a wide variety of options.

Youth Swim Lessons

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Swimming Lessons by the American Red Cross

Campus Recreation offers swim lessons for kids of all ages. Our instructors provide a safe and fun environment for children to develop their swimming skills.

Fall Semester Swim Lessons

Saturday Swim Lesson Fees

  • Members: $32.50
  • Non-Members: $45.00
No registration will be permitted past the registration date.
 
 

Adult Swim Lessons

Adult Swim lessons

Adult lessons are available in 2 levels: Beginner and Intermediate. To ensure that applicants are in the appropriate level, participants are asked to demonstrate their swimming abilities, and to outline their personal goals.

  • Intro to Swim Basics
    • This class is for people with zero swimming skills to begin building some comfort in the water by introducing them to basic skills that will build towards stroke development. This is a free, one day class for members, that will give participants skills they can practice on their own prior to enrolling in the beginner class. Nonmembers may not enroll in this class, at this time.
  • Beginner
    • In this level, participants will combine several basic skills and begin moving towards full swimming stroke development. Participants should be able to float on their back and front and have some breath control under the water.  The class will begin working on kicking and other locomotion techniques before moving on towards combining those skills into full strokes.
  • Intermediate
    • At this level, participants will work on refining technique of several strokes including front crawl, back crawl, breaststroke, sidestroke, and elementary backstroke. Open turns, proper body position, and breathing techniques will be emphasized. Participants will be swimming the width of the pool (25 yards) as they work on their skills.  

Hydro Fit

Swimming

Join in on the fun of a high intensity water-based workout with low impact. Classes take place in the Leisure Pool’s shallow water. No swimming skills are necessary.

  • Members - $45 
  • Non-members - $59  

Private & Semi-Private Classes

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Winter Sign up period is closed.

  • Do not purchase private lesson package until after an instructor has been confirmed
  • Please allow 5 business days after Jan. 22 for adequate time to match you up with an instructor

Private & Semi - Private Lessons

These lessons are designed to meet each student's needs, regardless of age and whether their goal is to swim for recreation or competition. Each non-credit lesson package includes eight individualized, self-paced swimming lessons from certified instructors. Class duration is 35 minutes for youth and 45 minutes for adults. Please note this is not recommended for children that are less than five years old.  If you have any question's please email the Coordinator of Aquatics, Autumn Cleverley   Please note lessons must be used with 6 months of purchase.  

Lifeguarding Courses

Campus Rec offers the American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguarding Training Courses

Since ARC certifications are recognized across the nation, those who complete the course can work anywhere in the country. In accordance with ARC standards, attendance in all class dates is mandatory, and participants must be at least 15 years old by the last day of class. Call 513-556-0604 or stop by the Member Services desk to register. If you have questions, call 513-556-0382 or email autumn.cleverley@uc.edu

Spring 2019 Dates

Full Lifeguarding Course (Registration- Jan 22 - Feb 21 2019)

  • March 1 - 5 - 8:30 p.m.
  • March 2 - 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
  • March 3 - 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
  • March 8 - 5 - 8:30 p.m.
  • March 9 - 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
  • March 10 - 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

(Must attend all above class dates to receive certification)

 

Lifeguarding Review Course ( Registration Feb. 27- Mar. 22)

(Must have current certification or certification that has expired for no more then 30 days. Participants must provide proof of certification on first day of class.)

  • March 30- 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
  • March 31- 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.  

 

Waddell Center Aquatic Fitness Class

Multiple Sclerosis Class

This course is designed to use all the water for both support and resistance. The class focuses on building strength and flexibility. All course fees are covered by the Waddell Center. Participants can join at no cost with a physician referral. If you have questions, call 513-556-0382 or email autumn.cleverley@uc.edu

 Spring Extreme Swim Challenge

Program Overview

Spring 2019 Extreme swim to be announced soon!

If you have any questions call 513-556-0382 or email Autumn Cleverley

 

Extreme Challenge
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Battleship

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Battleship will Return Fall 2019.

 

Thank you all of the teams who competed!

 

 

 

Leisure Pool
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