Marion Campus Recreation
What is the Office of Recreation?
The Marion Campus Office of Recreation serves the social and recreational needs of students from both The Ohio State University at Marion and Marion Technical College. Central to our goal is providing students a well rounded college experience not only in the classroom, but outside the classroom.
Where are we located?
Alber Student Center
Room 104 (SD 104)
(740) 725-6015 Office Phone
(740) 725-6206 Front Desk
Student Life Personnel:
Coordinator of Recreational and Environmental Programming, Erin Slater, email@example.com (740) 725- Alber Student Center, Room 106D
Assistant Director of Student Life/Diversity and Inclusion, Kathleen Clemons-Keller, firstname.lastname@example.org (740) 725-6251 - Alber Student Center, Room 106C
What activities and facilities does Alber Student Center feature?
The Alber Student Center features a student lounge area w/big screen TV's; gymnasium; men's & women's locker rooms; indoor rock climbing wall; weight/fitness room; student ID WiFi; pool tables, ping pong table, air hockey; video game systems & games (Wii); cornhole; outdoor volleyball; fitness & recreational equipment; and much more.
How do I access games, sports equipment, and other items for activities on campus?
Bring your Ohio State Marion or Marion Technical student ID to room 104 in the Alber Student Center and a student recreational assistant will help you sign out any equipment you need for your activity.
Alber Student Center Summer Hours
Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
These hours will start on Monday, May 9th.
If you have recently recovered from COVID-19, please use caution and be aware of any new symptoms when you resume exercise. If you had significant symptoms, you should discuss the situation with your primary care provider prior to resuming high-intensity exercise. When exercising, if you develop heart symptoms such as chest pain, shortness of breath, abnormal heartbeats, near passing out or passing out, seek medical care from your primary care provider or Student Health Services. If you are aware of others having these symptoms, please encourage them to seek care.
We know that wearing a mask during strenuous activity can be inconvenient and uncomfortable. Given our campus’s significantly high vaccination rate, state and local guidance regarding masking and the strides we have made with COVID-19 testing positivity, beginning February 1, masks will be strongly recommended but not required for members who have no COVID-related symptoms and are taking part in strenuous activity.
When members or visitors are not strenuously exercising, masks must be worn at all other times and in all other spaces throughout the recreation facilities.
Top Five Reasons For Getting Your Student ID
All participants must have a student ID to participate in Intramural Events and Leagues. To find out more about our programs visit the Intramurals page.
Stress of the school year getting to you? Come visit the Fitness Center to de-stress.
Events on Campus:
Present your student ID to gain access to all of the cool events on the Marion Campus.
Discounts in the Community:
Are all of the amazing things on campus not enough? Take your ID to any community business listed on our website to receive great, money-saving discounts!