Last Chance to Register for Fit for Life – Starts Jan. 20

Join Fit for Life, formerly Faculty/Staff Exercise Program, and get the individual and small group attention you need while improving your goals at your own pace. This one-credit workshop is a perfect way for faculty, staff, students and adult family members to achieve the success they have been looking for in their personal health and fitness journey.

Employees and their eligible dependents may apply to use their tuition waiver benefit to cover the cost of this one credit-hour workshop. Workshops are held Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 6-7 a.m., noon-1 p.m. and 5:30-6:30 p.m.  The spring session will be 12 weeks in duration and classes will begin Jan. 20.

Find CRN and registration information here (scroll to Fit for Life).

New participants must complete a paper registration form. Returning Fit for Life participants will register on FlashLine. Fit for Life is listed under EXSC 23093.

Questions regarding registration may be directed to the Office of Continuing and Distance Education at 330-672-3100 or For questions regarding the program itself, please contact Ellen Glickman, Ph.D., professor of exercise science/physiology and program coordinator, at eglickma@kent.eduQuestions regarding the employee tuition waiver benefit may be directed to Mary LaLonde at 330-672-3107 or

POSTED: Friday, January 15, 2016 09:54 AM
UPDATED: Saturday, December 03, 2022 01:02 AM

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