UC Programs & Services
The new Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center is located next to the Adorni Center on Eureka's Waterfront. The Aquatic Center's purpose is to provide recreation and education opportunities for the HSU campus & local community and to host various events which will enrich the opportunity for off-campus activities. Future programs will include boating safety classes, extended education classes, special events, Center Activities leisure and aquatic classes, after-school programs, an aquatic based environmental education program and crew athletic training and practice facilities.
The Convenience Card is your HSU student, faculty, or staff ID card. You may activate your ID card to serve as a debit account by making an initial deposit to the card. Your card may then be used for purchases at any participating campus location. Deposits are easily made by phone, in person at the Housing and Dining Office, by mail, or online.
Visit the site: c-card.humboldt.edu
Center Activities provides a large variety of outdoor and social experiences emphasizing adventure, environmental awareness, education, challenge, personal development, safety, and a sense of community and fun. Center Activities manages three facilities and their programs including the Outdoor Center, the Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center, and the Student Recreation Center.
Visit the site: humboldt.edu/centeractivities
CenterArts is the professional performing arts and entertainment presenter of Humboldt State University. Our programs serve the students, staff and faculty of HSU, as well as the general community of Humboldt County. CenterArts has presented a virtual "Who's Who" list of artists, including such diverse performers as B.B. King, Maya Angelou, Phish, Herbie Hancock, Ani DiFranco, Wynton Marsalis and Bela Fleck. The organization has built an impressive program rivaling that of much larger campuses and major metropolitan areas and has been recognized both regionally and nationally by organizations such as the National Endowment for the Arts and the California Arts Council. In addition to concert presentations, CenterArts offers a variety of master classes and workshops with nationally known performers to help enhance the classroom experience.
Visit the site: centerarts.humboldt.edu
Humboldt State is home of all sorts of great on-campus eateries. At the Depot, you can grab anything from a fresh-baked chocolate croissant to a grilled-chicken and feta wrap. At the "J", our full-service cafeteria, you can order delicious entrees or make your own gourmet omelet for breakfast. Craving a mocha or pint of Ben and Jerry's? Try our on-campus coffee shops and mini-marts.
Visit the site: dining.humboldt.edu
The Information Counter, located on the main level of the UC building, is responsible for non-academic room reservations throughout campus, publicity approval for campus bulletin boards, and the distribution of UC payroll. It also provides general campus information and is the day to day center for UC Operations.
Student Rec Center
The Student Recreation Center is located near the Forbes Complex/Redwood Bowl area of campus. The SRC's purpose is to provide recreational opportunities for the HSU campus community. Drop-in recreation, intramural sports, physical education classes, athletic training, practice space and special events will enrich the opportunity for on-campus activity at HSU.
Visit the site: humboldt.edu/src