Department of Recreation and Wellness
Donations and Naming Opportunities
At Bowling Green State University, our vibrant learning community focuses on fostering healthy students, both physically and emotionally. The Student Recreation Center is a vital component to connecting the academic and co-curricular lives of our students with programs and services designed to inspire an active and healthy lifestyle.
BGSU's Student Recreation Center made history in 1979 as the first stand-alone facility financed solely with student fees. Our center averages more than 480,000 visitors per year from students, faculty, staff and the surrounding community.
The Student Recreation Center renovation project will reface the building entrance and central stairwell to create a modern look and feel, add state-of-the-art cardio and strength training equipment in an expanded space with increased natural lighting, upgraded volleyball and basketball court surfaces and renovated locker rooms. Your support is critical as we enhance the SRC to meet the needs of our current and potentional students.
SRC Naming Opportunities - Donate Now
- Building | $3,000,000
- Weigh/Cardio Room | $500,000
- Entrance Area | $250,000
- Additional Basketball Courts (4) or Multi Activity Court (MAC) | $250,000 each
- Men's and Women's Locker Rooms | $100,000 each
- Fitness Studios (2) | $75,000 larger/$50,000 smaller
- Track | $25,000
- Multi Activity Court (MAC) | $50,000
- Conference Room | $100,000
- Departmental Office Suites | $50,000
- Wellness Resource Office Suites | $50,000
- Back Patio Space | $100,000
For more donation and gift information, please visit the GIVING PAGE.
Quotes From BGSU Students
"My parents attended BGSU in the 80's and said that the Rec hasn't changed since they were here. The SRC is widely used and it will be great to see our facility up to par with other colleges and universities. Students will enjoy the new state of the art equipment and services."
- Josh Franek, Senior, Business Major
"Everybody is excited and pumped for the Rec renovation. It is going to be worth going through the construction process to get a better Rec next year."
- Eric Mathis, Freshman, Sport Management Major
"A new Rec brings many more options for students - new courts, a better layout, weights and cardio equipment, locker rooms and a modern look!"
- Anthony Tacey, Senior, Sport Management Major