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New Mexico Tech Gym

Department Mission

The Physical Recreation program shares in the educational mission of the university by offering opportunities to experience personal growth, social development, improve physical and mental health, and to develop lifetime leisure skills for a healthier lifestyle. The department organizes, administers, and promotes a broad program of competitive, recreational, and educational activities for students, faculty, and staff members at New Mexico Tech.

 

"Tech Gym"

Students, employees, and members of the Socorro community can use Tech’s athletic facilities. The Gym is comprised of two large multipurpose gymnasiums, a martial arts room, a weight and fitness room, a bouldering wall, two racquetball courts, and one squash court. Additional recreational areas include a large, multi-use athletic field; tennis courts; and in the near future a sand volleyball court.  

A valid student, faculty or staff identification card OR gym membership is required for entry to the Gym. For a small fee, students may bring one guest, 17 or older, per visit. The host must accompany the guest and be responsible for the guest while in the facility. Full-time students NMT employees are eligible to receive passes for their spouse and dependent children (between the ages of 11 and 21). These are renewable each semester at no charge.

Students, faculty and staff as well as Socorro community members are encouraged to take part in intramural sports which is held year round.

If a student is interested in developing a specific sporting skill or interested in participating in a higher level of competition, the Physical Recreation Sports Clubs program can provide just that!

Employment

The department employees a handful of students every semester. The positions include; gym/weight room attendants, referees for soccer, volleyball, basketball and softball AND score keepers for various sports.

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