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Dixie State University – Human Performance/Student Wellness Center

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As presented at the September 17, 2015 Board of Regents meeting at Utah State University in Logan, Utah.

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Dixie State University – Human Performance/Student Wellness Center

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  2. 2. DSU’s State Capital Development Request
  3. 3. Human Performance/Student Wellness Center 3 • Presentation Overview o Need o Change of Focus o Request o Impact
  4. 4. Current Health & Wellness Center 4
  5. 5. Current Health & Wellness Center 5
  6. 6. Student Activities Center 6 Student Life at Dixie State “This Really Stinks”
  7. 7. Fitness Center 7
  8. 8. Fitness Center Locker Rooms 8
  9. 9. Swimming Pool 9
  10. 10. Change of Focus 10
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  12. 12. Human Performance/Student Wellness Center • New Academic Programs o Exercise Science o Health Promotion o Rec & Sports Management o Athletic Training o Physical Ed Teacher Education o U of U partnership programs • Mentor Areas
  13. 13. Human Performance/Student Wellness Center • Student Activity Center o Olympic size pool o 3 basketball courts o Indoor soccer o Fitness center o Running track o Climbing wall o Intramural offices o Locker room • Student Health Center o Partnering with IHC
  14. 14. Human Performance/Student Wellness Center 14 • DSU’s State Capital Development Request o 150,000 Square Feet o $49.5 Million (M) o $39.5M State Funds & $10M Existing Student Fees • Matt Devore, Student Body President o The new human performance building will be a symbol of all that we, the students, faculty, staff, and community of Dixie State University aim to achieve. This facility embodies the programs, goals, strengths, and vision of our institution and is essential to achieve the "Active Learning Active Lifestyle" that Dixie State students desire.
  15. 15. 15 “WE” ARE
  16. 16. Questions? 16

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