Lifetime Activities class participants will now have up until the Thursday of the week before their class begins to register. In the past, participants had until the first day of class to register, but due to the adoption of our new registration system participants will be required to register early. All classes are still first come first serve and are listed on this website as soon as they are available for registration.
This August, Lifetime Activities switched to a new online-only registration system. New users of this system will be required to create a new account in order to register a class. Please note that since our new system recognizes each person registering for a class or event as a "student", Household Accounts will need to be created in order to register children living under the same household. Multiple students/children can be registered under the same Household Account, however only the Primary Account Holder (parent) will receive emails in regards to class updates and registration information.
West Virginia University Lifetime Activities will open registration for summer 2017 programs beginning May 1. Classes are available for all ages and in various locations on the WVU campus. Be sure to check out the featured camp programs, where children of all ages can be active and have fun this summer.
The details for all summer programs and classes will be available in April, after Spring/Easter Holiday. Space is limited in each class and registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. For details, visit http://lifetimeactivities.wvu.edu/ or call 304-293-0859. WVU Lifetime Activities is managed by the College of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences
The Aquatic Institute 2017 blends a broad range of learning environments. Several of the classes offered are part of an aquatic facility management minor offered through WVU. Individuals may also complete courses for non-credit instruction, to either secure new certifications or renew existing ones.
Become certified and get a job as a lifeguard, swimming instructor and/or aquatic facility manager. Many colleges and universities will need qualified personnel for student recreation and aquatic programs. Community programming groups will need lifeguards for recreational pools and water parks.
West Virginia University Lifetime Activities will open registration for spring 2017 fitness and wellness classes for all ages beginning December 19. Classes are available in various locations around Morgantown and on the WVU campus.
Classes include land- and water-based instruction. Featured courses include CPR for first-time students, private swim lessons, youth martial arts, group fitness and Zumba. Stansbury Fitness Center offers fitness assessments, personal training and boot camp. Visit the web site for a complete list of classes, times and pricing.
The Elizabeth Moore Hall (EMH) Pool will be closed June 18 - June 20, 2016. The pool's mechanical equipment went down and the staff is working to get it back up and running as quickly as possible. Saturday, June 18, all of the children's Basic Water Safety Skills and Preschool Aquatic classes are canceled. Monday, June 20, the adult Aqualaties and Learn to Swim will also be canceled. A list of makeup dates and times will be sent to everyone once they are determined. The EMH pool party scheduled for Saturday, June 18, 2016 has been moved to the WVU Natatorium ( building next to the Coliseum).
For questions or to apply for positions with Lifetime Activities and NYSP, contact Program Coordinator Mary Wolk, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Perform basic life guarding duties during swimming lessons scheduled for the NYSP campers. The age group of the swimmers will be 10-16 years of age. Instructors will prepare and teach group swim lessons and conduct activities appropriate for this age group. Must attend staff orientation session, abide by all WVU/NYSP policies and procedures, and provide a good role model for NYSP participants. NYSP camp is held at WVU Shell Building/Natatorium, Evansdale campus.