Physical Education, Athletics & Recreation

Undergraduate Program

The Office of Physical Education conducts a structured instructional class program which provides students with knowledge and skills in a wide range of lifetime, team, dance and wellness oriented activities.

Students participate in a multitude of sport pursuits which can be enjoyed both during college and beyond. They may choose from the following classes:

archery, ballet sculpt, barre workouts, basketball, body combat, boot camp, bowling, core and sculpt, CPR certification, dance, fencing, fitness, fly fishing, golf, women’s golf, indoor cycling, modern fusion, leadership, olympic weight lifting, pilates, power yoga, power circuits, qi gong, racquetball, scuba, northern shaolin, soccer, squash, strength and conditioning, swimming, tai chi, tennis, wellness, yoga, yoga lattes and zumba.

The Physical Education course offerings are updated on an annual basis to meet the needs and interests of the student body. Course options may vary from semester to semester.

Physical Education (P.E.) Requirements

The following are the P.E. graduation requirements for all Stevens students for non-academic credit.

They will appear on the student record as pass/fail. All students must complete four semester credits of Physical Education (P.E.).

  • All four PE courses must be completed by the end of the sixth semester.
  • Students are encouraged to enroll in more than the minimum four required P.E. courses.
  • Participation in varsity sports can be used to satisfy up to three credits of the P.E. requirement.
  • Participation in supervised, competitive club sports can be used to satisfy up to two credits of the P.E. requirement. Approval is needed from the Director of Campus Recreation, John Maurizi.

Stevens Institute of Technology

Russell Rogers, Director

Associate Professors

Nicholas Mykulak, M.A., Coordinator of Physical Education
Linda Vollkommer - Lynch, B.A.