Whether it’s a water balloon battle or bouncing around a trampoline park, there is always something happening at Mocs Adventure Camp. The atmosphere is hectic and electric as kids from kindergarten to eighth grade experience all that Campus Recreation at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga has to offer.
Before the start of orientation, a new batch of orientation leaders learned about the various departments at UTC and prepared for a hectic summer.
Described as a perspective learning course, Adapted Physical Education offers different points of view toward better understanding adaptive physical activities and the importance of incorporating adaptive activities to enable involvement for everyone. The course debuted at UTC this semester.
The IGNITE program provides first-semester freshmen with an experiential learning opportunity through a paid employment position with UTC Campus Recreation.
Every month, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga faculty and staff members are asked, “Has a UTC employee gone the extra mile to help you or offered outstanding service to others? Is there someone who continues to smile and have a positive attitude even when the workload is heavy?” The UTC campus community then is invited…