Campus Recreation offers myriad activities and programs for students, faculty/staff, and members of the community to engage in. Whether you are looking for opportunities to compete with your friends, learn about personal wellness, or improve your physical fitness, Campus Rec has you covered!
- Adventure Rec
- Campus Bike Center
- Group Fitness Programming
- Group Fitness Class Schedule
- Instructional Kitchen
- Intramural Activities
- Personal Training
- Student Wellness
Orange & Blue Wellness Zone
Orange & Blue Wellness Zone
Activities & Recreation Center (ARC)
201 East Peabody Drive, Suite 1430, MC-556, Champaign
The Orange & Blue Zone is an 8-week holistic wellness program providing Illinois students with the tools and skills to navigate healthy lifestyle choices. Participants will receive personal training, weekly physical activity and nutritional challenges and much more.
Learn more about the Orange & Blue Wellness Zone.
Wellness Workshops are interactive programs designed to engage, educate, and motivate students to live their healthiest lives. After attending a workshop, it is our hope that participants have the blueprint to incorporate the skills learned into their lives.
The Career Center is here to assist in your vocational wellness and career readiness. Make an appointment to meet with our helpful staff, or utilize our drop-in hours when you need quick assistance. Whether you want to explore what major may be right for you, want to learn more about your career options, or want help in your job search, we will be pleased to offer assistance. Mock interviews or a review of your resume or cover letter are also available. We also provide various workshops and events throughout the year that can help you be career ready. Consult our calendar of events for the latest information and schedule.
Student Services Building, Room 206, 610 E. John St., Champaign
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday
During the 2020-21 academic year, appointments are via Zoom PHI
Counseling Center services are designed to help students address many of the academic, relational, social, and emotional concerns they face. This includes reaching out to students through consultations, workshops and other psycho-educational forms. Outreach is available to students, faculty and staff with sufficient notice (at least two weeks). Various workshop topics covered in the past include time management, stress management, relationship conflicts, and how to recognize depressive symptoms, just to name a few. To request an outreach, please complete and submit our form or view these opportunities:
- Resilience in Tough Times
- Outreach Series
- Cultural Diversity Outreach
- Outreach Consultation Teams
- Student-Facilitated Outreach
- Interactive Resources
- Professional Conferences and Recognition
1109 South Lincoln Avenue, Urbana
McKinley Health Center is your campus health center. We want to keep you well to excel inside and outside of the classroom. We host health education events to provide support and guidance that will lead to personal and professional growth and success. McKinley’s web-based Wellness Guide provides health and wellness information to Illinois students connecting them with resources.
Healthy Illini Podcast
Our 15-20 minute podcasts will help Keep You Well to Excel in the classroom as well as outside of it. Healthcare professionals, campus experts and of course students will come together to engage in conversation about health topics that will lead to self discovery and exploration toward enhancing your wellbeing and overall quality of life. We will also offer resources to continue the conversation with us and others on campus. Come engage with us!
Office of Volunteer Programs
Volunteer Programs cultivates community partnerships that are designed to give students multiple entries to explore pathways to community involvement, global awareness, and civic responsibility. We play a vital role in shaping the development of Illinois students through creation and implementation of intentional co-curricular and curricular programs, professional development activities, service education, and reflection. Volunteer Programs will enable students to realize, discuss, and address critical, societal issues and gain the knowledge and capacity to be lifelong agents of change worldwide.