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Center of Achievement

Covid-19 Update for the Center of Achievement/Brown Center

The health and wellbeing of all is very important to us during these challenging times.  CSUN has been carefully following the recommendations from the CDC and other officials regarding the spread of COVID-19. We are aware health guidelines evolve and change each day. The university is taking the necessary actions to help everyone be safe.

Out of an abundance of caution, and with the concurrence of the Office of the Chancellor, CSUN will continue to suspend face to face classes including the Center of Achievement/Brown Center Physical Activity Programs until further notice. Any additional changes to campus operations will be updated on CSUN’s COVID-19 website. 

We are happy to announce our new virtual exercise programs for Fall 2020.  Please feel free to contact our center for more information. 

We understand this unforeseen situation is an impact to our campus and community at large.  We wish everyone good health and safety during this time.  If you have questions regarding our program or updates, please feel free to contact us at 818-677-2182. 

Thank you,

Center of Achievement/Brown Center – Department of Kinesiology, CSUN

 

 

The Center of Achievement through Adapted Physical Activity has been providing internationally recognized adapted fitness programs for people with disabilities since 1971. The Center brings hope and restoration to people with special needs in a caring and motivating environment. 

The Center of Achievement offers both aquatic and land-based therapeutic exercise programs for individuals with special needs while training students and professionals in health and rehabilitation-related fields. The unique combination of academic programs and service-learning opportunities has contributed to making the Center one of the most successful programs in the nation. In addition, the Center is committed to providing evidence-based interventions and extending scientific knowledge to a larger community through clinical research.

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