3_26_08 University Council Meeting Bilsky Presentation

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Unformatted text preview: University Council Meeting March 26, 2008 1 Study Area 47 Acres 2 1 Phase I: 2008-2010 3 Phase I: George Weiss Pavilion at Franklin Field 4 2 5 Franklin Field 6 3 View of Renovated Arcade 7 View towards Hutchinson Gym 8 4 View of Weight Room Upper Floor 9 10 5 Replace Tennis Courts with Palestra Green 11 View of Palestra Green Looking East 12 6 Phase I: Penn Park Field 3 Softball Field 1 Field 2 Park Area Athletic Training Room Hamlin Outdoor Tennis Center Field 4 Ropes Course 13 Dunning-Cohen Champions' Field and Air Structure Field #3 14 7 Exterior View of Dunning-Cohen Champions' Field and Air Structure 15 Hamlin Outdoor Tennis Center (12 Courts) 16 8 Levy Indoor Tennis Pavilion Renovation 17 Levy Indoor Tennis Pavilion Renovation 18 9 Phase I: Proposed Softball Stadium 19 View of Softball Stadium from Outfield 20 10 Phase II: 2010 - 2012 21 Hutchinson Gymnasium Palestra Renovation 22 11 Hutchinson Gymnasium Palestra Renovation Sectional View 23 Phase III: 2012+ 24 12 Proposed Indoor Track Facility 25 Proposed Natatorium 26 13 Phases: 2008 2012+ (2006-2010) (2010-2012) (2012 27 ) + David Pottruck Health & Fitness Center 2002-2007 Challenging, Strengthening, and Energizing 28 14 David Pottruck Health & Fitness Center Original Objectives Value Added Out-ofOut- ofClassroom Experiences to complement the traditional academic program Social Interaction Social Integration Leadership Opportunities Fulfill Franklin's Franklin' Educational Vision of "Spirit, Mind, and Body" Body" 29 David Pottruck Health & Fitness Center Program Elements Instructional Classes Outdoor Adventure, Group Exercise, Dance Structured Sport Intramurals, Sport Clubs Wellness and Fitness Personal Training, PENNfit Informal Recreation Special Events 30 15 Division of Recreation Health and Wellness Programs Usage Instructional Classes FY 08 1498 participants in instructional classes 78% female/22% male Personal Training Students (Undergraduate & Graduate) purchase 66% of all sessions provided 31 Division of Recreation Structured Sport Offerings Club Team Program Total Number of Club Teams 36 Men's (10) Baseball, Cricket, Ice Hockey, Lacrosse, Rugby, Soccer,Tennis, Soccer,Tennis, Ultimate Frisbee, Volleyball, Water Polo, Roller Hockey Women's (11) Field Hockey, Synchronized Swimming, Basketball, Ice Hockey, Lacrosse, Rugby, Soccer, Tennis, Ultimate Frisbee, Volleyball, Water Polo Co-Rec Offerings (15) Co Aikido, Badminton, Curling, Cycling, Equestrian, Golf, Gymnastics, Ping Pong, Running, Sailing, Skiing, Squash, Swimming, Tae Kwon Do 32 16 Division of Recreation Structured Sport Sport Club Participation Numbers (FY 2001-2008) Overall Sport Club Participants (SCP) Academic Year 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 Total Participants 1050 1044 1092 1026 1043 1068 1012 1000 33 Division of Recreation Sport Club Participants 1100 1080 1060 Participant Num bers 1040 1020 SS Participants 1000 980 960 940 20 01 -2 00 2 20 02 -2 00 3 20 03 -2 00 4 20 04 -2 00 5 20 05 -2 00 6 20 06 -2 00 7 20 07 -2 00 8 20 00 -2 00 1 34 Academic Year 17 Division of Recreation Structured Sport Offerings Intramurals Activities run for Women/Men/Co-Rec for Women/Men/CoUndergraduate, Graduate, and Professional Students Formal Leagues in Basketball, Flag Football, Soccer, Softball, Volleyball Tournaments Basketball, Golf, Climbing, Softball, Swimming Late Night Activities Special College House Sport, Health, and Wellness Clinics 35 Division of Recreation Structured Sport Intramural Program Participation (FY 2001-2008) Overall Intramural Participants 6636 Programs Basketball Flag Football Soccer Softball Volleyball Number of Total Sponsored Teams Participants 93 1908 80 1526 60 1200 55 897 65 1105 36 18 David Pottruck Health & Fitness Center Access and Usage Memberships Approximately 16,000 members Undergraduates, Graduate Students, Faculty, and Staff Usage Average Daily Use 3,600 individuals 37 Division of Recreation Indoor Recreational Facility Usage Existing Indoor Recreation Facilities David S. Pottruck Health and Fitness Center Hutchinson Gymnasium Total Average Daily Users 3635 individuals Total number of Undergraduate Users Pottruck 47% female/53% male Hutchinson Gymnasium 26% female/74% male Graduate/Professional Student Members 3315 Members Female 45%/Male 55% 38 19 David Pottruck Health & Fitness Center Platform for the Future Sound Business Model Fiscal/Budgetary Responsibility Committed and Dedicated Staff Effective Emphasis on Customer Service Continued Exploration of Innovative Programming Pilates Body Pump, Spinning, Outdoor Adventure & Team Leadership 39 "The future is not where we are going to, but what we are about to create." 40 20 ...
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