In 2014 UniSA Sport developed a Sport and Recreation Strategic Plan for a four year period from 2015 – 2018.
The plan established a strong framework to develop sport and active recreation as a core, recognised and sought after component of the university experience for current and future students, alumni and the broader UniSA community focusing on four main areas:
1. establishing a profile and awareness;
2. building high-quality participation through club, campus, representative and community based opportunities;
3. improving quality and access to sport and active recreation facilities; and
4. ensuring the University is equipped with the resources and expertise necessary to effectively deliver the identified priorities.
In early 2017 UniSA Sport took on the management of the University’s on-campus sport, fitness and aquatic facilities seeing a significant growth in its staff numbers, student engagement opportunities and internal stakeholder relationships. In 2018 Pridham Hall was added to the UniSA Sport portfolio seeing further increases in the above mentioned areas.
To reflect the change in UniSA Sport operations brought on by the management of facilities, and to update UniSA Sport’s strategic direction a new Action Plan was developed for 2019-2020.
Please see below for both the previous Strategic Plan and current Action Plan.