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Student Activities Center

Pictured :: Melissa Macellari :: Elementary Education :: Granger, Indiana (hometown) and
Morgan Fleming :: Women's and Gender Studies :: South Bend, Indiana (hometown)

Student Activities Center

Student Activities Center 130 :: (574) 520-4100 ::

The Student Activities Center (SAC) is a 100,000 square foot facility that offers a state-of-the-art fitness center; three-lane running track; five court areas; three racquetball courts; group fitness room; full-service locker rooms; popular game area, featuring billiards and table tennis; a student lounge; and the Courtside Café. There are also well-equipped meeting rooms; office areas for athletics, recreation, the SAC administration, student life, the Student Government Association, Titan Productions, and student publications; and space for clubs and organizations. All students are members of the SAC and are admitted to the SAC by presenting their valid IU South Bend ID card. More information is available by calling the SAC front desk at (574) 520-4100.

Athletics and Activities

The Office of Athletics and Activities houses the varsity athletic programs, the club sports program, intramural sports, fitness programs (including group fitness), and special events. Men's and women's basketball and women's volleyball are flagship programs of the athletics department. Students are admitted to home games free with their IU South Bend ID card. Students who want to be more involved can join the spirited student support group; or Titan Nation, a group of students interested in facilitating athletics. The club sports program offers athletic competition, often intercollegiate, for the non-varsity athlete. Intramural sports offers a full slate of organized competitive events for the student-at-large. Fitness programs include group fitness through aerobics, yoga, pilates, express cycling, toning, and abs. Special events include one-time tournaments, extramural events, and similar activities. Additional information is available at the main office.

Office of Student Life
(574) 520-5533 ::

IU South Bend encourages co-curricular activities that complement the regular academic programs of the university and aid in students’ physical, social, and intellectual development. All clubs and organizations are coordinated through the Office of Student Life. Students interested in organizing a student organization or getting involved on campus should call (574) 520-5533, visit or e-mail

The Office of Student Life works with the Student Government Association (SGA) which exists to serve and represent the students. You can reach the SGA in SAC 202, or via phone at (574) 520-5533. The office also works with Titan Productions, a student-driven group responsible for the programming of student activities and social programming. You can contact Titan Productions in SAC room 208 or via phone at (574) 520-5533.

Photo credit :: Peter Ringenberg

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