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  • Facilities
    button above Facility Descriptions Facility Rental Rates Facility Policies Swim Team Training Information To ensure a quality rental experience and adequant processing time please submit all reservations requests 14 days in advance Completing the request form does not guarantee the reservation or space availability A staff member will contact you within three business days to confirm or deny your request and collect any additional information that may be needed For

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  • Aquatics
    26 28 2016 March 18 20 2016 April 8 10 2016 May 2 5 2016 Schedule is 5 00pm 9 30pm May 6 8 2016 May 20 22 2016 Course Schedule Friday 5 9pm Saturday Sunday 8am 6pm attendance required on all three days All participants must complete the following prerequisites prior to the course Swim Requirements 300 yard continuous swim using front crawl breaststroke or a combination of both 2 minutes of treading water with hands in your arm pits without stopping Within 1 minute and 40 seconds swim 20 yards retrieve a brick at 7 10 feet deep and then swim 20 yards back to the starting point while both hands are on the brick and face above the water Exit the pool without using ladder or stairs Online Course All participants MUST complete the entire online course before the first day of class and bring their completion print out to class Instructions on how to access the online material will be emailed to you one week prior to the start of your course Water Safety Instructor WSI Water Safety Training Manual pdf Description The WSI course is what is needed to be able to teach swim lessons The course will cover skills and train candidates to successfully teach the American Red Cross Swimming and Water Safety program Course Cost 250 00 FGCU Current Student Faculty Staff 225 00 Course Offerings TBD Candidates must attend and successfully complete each session They must also be able to demonstrate the following 25 yards of each front crawl back crawl breaststroke elementary backstroke and sidestroke 15 yards butterfly Maintain back float and tread water for 1 minute each Frequently Asked Questions When can I register Registrations are open at the online store for credit card payments You can access the online

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  • Aquatics
    experience This class helps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely Preschool Intermediate 3 5 years This class is designed for preschool children who are comfortable putting their face in the water able to blow bubbles jump in without assistance paddle in the front and float on their back with ears in the water Preschool Advanced 3 5 years This class is to increase proficiency and build on the basic aquatic skills learned in Preschool Beginner and Intermediate The child should be able to fully submerge underwater float on their back without assistance and be completely comfortable in the water Learn to Swim 6 years and up Level 1 Introduction to Water Skills ages 6 12 Introduction to water skills for children six years and older that have little or no swim lesson experience This class helps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely Level 2 Fundamental Aquatic Skills ages 6 12 This class gives students success with floating on their front and back kicking and basic arm movements Level 3 Stroke Development ages 6 12 Focuses on stroke development while building on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice and adding new skills to achieve water competency Level 4 Stroke Improvement ages 6 12 This class improves participant s proficiency in performing the swimming strokes that were introduced in Level 3 Level 5 Stroke Refinement ages 13 Helps participants refine their performance of all six strokes i e front crawl back crawl butterfly breaststroke elementary backstroke and sidestroke This class provides further coordination endurance and refinement of strokes so that students swim with ease Adult ages 13 This class is designed for adults to become more comfortable in the water and improve on their swimming skills

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  • Campus Recreation
    Clubs Related Resources Division of Student Affairs Office of Student Involvement Student Government Contact Us Mailing Address FGCU Campus Recreation 10501 FGCU Boulevard S Fort Myers Florida 33965 Directions To contact a specific staff member please visit the Staff Directory page Program Office Location Email Phone Fax Rec Center Front Desk Rec Center Alico Arena campusrec fgcu edu 239 590 7567 239 590 7860 Admin Office Modular campusrec fgcu edu 239 590 7935 239 590 7860 Aquatics Aquatics Center aquatics fgcu edu 239 590 7700 239 590 7860 Eagle Challenge Course Buckingham Off Campus ecc fgcu edu 239 590 1419 Facility Reservations Rec Center campusrec fgcu edu 239 590 7567 239 590 7860 Fitness Rec Center fitness fgcu edu 239 590 7567 239 590 7860 Intramural Sports Modular intramural fgcu edu 239 590 7734 239 590 7860 Membership Services Modular campusrec fgcu edu 239 590 1873 239 590 7860 Outdoor Pursuits Waterfront Building outdoors fgcu edu 239 590 1870 SoVi Pool South Village 239 590 1769 Sport Clubs Rec Center sportclubs fgcu edu 239 590 1420 239 590 1432 Waterfront Waterfront Building 239 590 1871 Accommodations Individuals who require reasonable accommodation in order to participate must notify the Office of

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  • Facilities
    space is controlled and reserved through Athletics however Campus Recreation helps manages the space for Intramurals Sport Clubs and informal recreation Eagle Challenge Course Set amongst 10 acres of green fields and pockets of pine uplands and oak hammocks the Odyssey II course features high and low elements and one of the longest zip lines on a college campus in Florida The ECC is our only off campus facility located at FGCU s Buckingham property 5820 Buckingham Road Fort Myers 33905 Recreation Fields We have approximately 6 acres of multi purpose field space Our largest field Rec Field 1 is located within the main campus loop and is primarily used for our Intramural Sports program and Sport Clubs Sport Clubs also utilize Rec Field 2 located in South Village Both fields are also heavily used for informal recreation and special events throughout the year R OC Recreation Outdoor Complex The ROC opened in January 2010 and is located adjacent to Alico Arena the FGCU Tennis Complex The lighted outdoor facility includes 2 basketball courts 2 sand volleyball courts and some green space with an outdoor functional training station Participants can checkout equipment for the ROC at the front desk in the Recreation Center Recreation Center The 9 000 square foot Recreation Center includes the Fitness Center Group Fitness Studio and the Strength Conditioning Room Our Fitness Center is comprised of 25 cardio training pieces including treadmills elliptical upright recumbent bikes and rowing machines The facility also features Matrix selectorized strength equipment along with a free weight area equipped with dumbbells and plate loaded strength training equipment SoVi Pool Our newest facility the South Village SoVi Pool is located adjacent to Osprey Hall The resort style pool has a zero depth entry and features a water volleyball area large deck space

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  • Art (B.A.)
    Accreditation Admissions Information Program Requirements Curriculum Map Course Descriptions Course Schedule Learning Outcomes Explore the Program Tuition Fees and Financial Assistance Visual Arts Online Scholarship Application Submit a Scholarship Application Faculty Staff Contact Us Minors Art Minor Digital Media Design Minor Related Links CAS Home Bower School of Music the Arts Home Art Gallery Accreditation Institutional Accreditation Information on FGCU institutional accreditation is available at http www fgcu edu Provost

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  • Art (B.A.)
    Arts Home Art Gallery Admissions Information for 2015 2016 Catalog Year Getting Started If you are not yet an FGCU student visit the Admissions Office Website If you are a newly admitted FGCU student please be sure to sign up for an Eagle View Orientation session As part of this session you will be meeting with an academic advisor who will assist you in registering for classes for your major

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  • Art (B.A.)
    C is required in each course ART 4955 Senior Project 3 IDS 3300 Foundations of Civic Engagement 3 Restricted Electives in the Major 36 credits A minimum grade of C is required in each course Select 6 credits from the following IDS 3143 Issues in Science Technology 3 IDS 3332 Issues in Culture Society 3 IDS 4910 Integrated Core Senior Seminar 3 Select 3 credits from the following ART 4382 Drawing Workshop 3 ART 4921 Painting Workshop 3 ART 4922 Sculpture Workshop 3 ART 4925 Digital Media Workshop 3 ART 4928 Ceramics Workshop 3 Select 6 credits from the following Any ARH 3000 4999 level courses Students in the Art B A degree program with no concentration select 21 credits from the following groupings with a minimum of 12 hours at the 3000 4999 level ARH 2000 Art Appreciation 3 ARH 2500 Survey of Non western Art 3 ARH 3115 Anc Egyptian Nr Eastern Art 3 ARH 3170 Greek and Roman Art 3 ARH 3200 Medieval Art 3 ARH 3301 Renaissance and Baroque Art 3 ARH 3430 Nineteenth Century Art 3 ARH 3450 Twentieth Century Art 3 ARH 3520 African Art 3 ARH 3530 Asian Art 3 ARH 3670 Caribbean Art 3 ARH 3880 History of Art and Ecology 3 ARH 4560 Chinese Contemporary Art 3 ARH 4905 Directed Independent Study 3 ARH 4930 Special Topics in Art History 3 ART 2500 Painting I 3 ART 2600 Digital Media Design I 3 ART 2701 Sculpture I 3 ART 2750 Ceramics I 3 ART 2759 Introduction to Ceramics 3 ART 3332C Figure Drawing 3 ART 3443 Relief Printmaking 3 ART 3463 Alternative Printmaking 3 ART 3505 Painting II 3 ART 3614 Digital Media Design II 3 ART 3633 Web Design 3 ART 3640 Videogame Design 3 ART 3664 Interactive Design 3 ART 3710 Sculpture II 3 ART 3738 Casting and Mold Making 3 ART 3762 Wheel Throwing 3 ART 3768 Clay Sculpture 3 ART 3781 Raku Ceramics 3 ART 3782 Contemporary Ceramics 3 ART 3838 Professional Practice in Art 3 ART 3840 Environmental Art 3 ART 4382 Drawing Workshop 3 ART 4907 Directed Independent Study 3 ART 4921 Painting Workshop 3 ART 4922 Sculpture Workshop 3 ART 4925 Digital Media Workshop 3 and ART 4928 Ceramics Workshop 3 ART 4930 Special Topics in Art 3 ART 4940 Art Internship and Seminar 3 GRA 2190 Graphic Design I 3 GRA 2206 Principles of Typography 3 GRA 3193 Graphic Design II 3 GRA 4194 Advanced Graphic Design 3 PGY 2801 Photography I 3 PGY 3205 Photography II 3 Students in the Art B A degree program with a Concentration in Digital Media Design select 21 credits from the following with a minimum of 15 credits at the 3000 4999 level ART 2600 Digital Media Design I 3 ART 3463 Alternative Printmaking 3 ART 3614 Digital Media Design II 3 ART 3633 Web Design 3 ART 3640 Videogame Design 3 ART 3664 Interactive Design 3 ART 4925 Digital Media Workshop 3 GRA 2190 Graphic

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