The Student Recreation Center (SRC) at California State University at Fullerton (CSUF) saw an impressive surge in enrollment last year, with 1,200 children aged 4 to 12 joining the 9-week program. International students with an F-1 visa who are participating in a non-degree program called the University Semester Abroad Program (USA) and those enrolled through the Open University must pay for a membership. The program consists of Parent and Me, Tiny Tot and a 5-level experience for children from around Orange County. Titan Youth summer programs are held from June to August on the CSUF campus and offer the opportunity to participate in the Titan Youth Sports Camp and Learn to Swim programs. In addition, associate students offer members of the campus community significant social, cultural and recreational opportunities, as well as a wide range of programs and services.
For young people who have artistic inclinations or would like to nurture them, the popular UEE Art Camp is available in two-week programs. The Titan Baseball winter youth camp is for campers to begin the process of preparing for the spring baseball season under the direction of the coaching staff and players of Cal State Fullerton. The SRC staff is delighted to see the smiles and hear the laughter of the campers, reminding us all how much we miss being able to offer these programs and the energy that children bring to the SRC in summer. Cal State Fullerton's sports programs offer a number of opportunities for the community to train like a titan through several camps and clinics offered throughout the year.