The Recreation and Wellness Office offers a variety of programs that promote wellness and enhance lifelong skills including intramural, club sport, and community-based sporting opportunities.

  • Intramural sports teams consist of students who play against other students.
  • Club Sports consist of NHCC students who compete against other community college teams. NHCC competes in the Metro League and competes against other community colleges in the Twin Cities Metro
  • NHCC students can also compete with community-based sport organizations.

Facility Hours

  • Game Room - Summer

    Closed for Summer
  • Open Gym - Summer

    Closed for Summer
  • Weight Room - Summer

    Monday - Thursday
    11 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Club Sports

Flag Football

Quarterback snapping the ball in flag football.

Season kicks off in September! As a member of the team, players are expected travel to road games and participate in practices. Only currently enrolled students are eligible to play and participation is free. Previous football and/or flag football experience is encouraged, but NOT required. Open to all genders.

Flag Football Schedule:
Games are played on Tuesdays & Thursdays at 2:30 p.m.
Metro League Flag Football Playoffs & Championship in October (MEA Thursday)
Home Games are played on the field behind the HWC. Admission is free.

NHCC - '14, '15, '16 Metro Champions!

Hockey

Hockey players skating by the bench.

Practices start at the beginning of November and the puck drops for the regular season play in January. As a member of the team, players are expected travel to road games and participate in practices. Only currently enrolled students are eligible to play and participation is free. Previous hockey experience is encouraged, but NOT required. Open to all genders.

Club Hockey Schedule
Games are played on Tuesdays & Thursdays at 1:10 p.m.
Metro League Playoffs & Championship in March
Home Games are played at the Brooklyn Park Activities Center. Admission is free.

Metro League Hockey Champions - '13, '14, '16, '19

Basketball

Practices start in January and the regular season will tip off in March! As a member of the team, players are expected travel to road games and participate in practices.Only currently enrolled students are eligible to play and participation is free. Previous basketball experience is encouraged, but NOT required. Open to all genders.

Club Basketball Schedule:
Games are played on Tuesdays & Thursdays
Metro League Basketball Playoffs & Championship in late April/May
Home Games are played at the NHCC Health & Wellness Center Gym. Admission is free.

Metro League Champions - '18

Soccer

Club soccer has drop in soccer times (indoors & outdoors *weather dependent) and organizes games against other Colleges & Universities. Must be current NHCC Student. Previous soccer experience is encouraged, but not required. No cost to participate.  Open to all genders.


Group Fitness Classes

Currently enrolled students and staff can drop in to fitness classes throughout spring semester for free. Classes meet on a regular basis when academic classes are in session.

  • Cardio Strength

    Come and join us during this up-tempo workout combining strength training, cardio and endurance, using a high intensity interval format. We use a variety of methods to build muscle and get our heart rates up, while groovin’ to upbeat music. The class is structured to challenge all fitness levels. Beginners and advanced fitness lovers welcome. Come and join the fun!

  • Drop-In Yoga

    Join Geneva in this unintimidating class that is geared toward the yoga beginner. Special emphasis will be placed on basic poses with intermediate options available. Everyone will feel successful, flexible and relaxed at the end of the session. Namaste!

  • Policies

    Please read through the following policies prior to participating in Recreation and Wellness programs:

  • Locker Room Use

    Lockers and locks are available for daily and semester-long use to currently enrolled students. In order to have a lock assigned to you, visit the Recreation and Wellness weight room desk. All lockers must be emptied at the end of each semester. Questions or if you would like to request a locker contact Nathan Field - Recreation & Wellness Coordinator in CC 101A.

  • Using the Facilities

    In order to use the facilities, or take part in any Recreation and Wellness activity, you must be a currently enrolled student and present a valid NHCC Student ID to the staff member at the desk.