Intramurals welcome students at any level or intensity, and are offered every day!

Intramurals are a wonderful and weekly part of Quest student life, and are a great way for our active student body to participate in fun and relaxing activities depending on what your needs are. Intramurals this year feature varied activities such as: Soccer, Basketball, Volleyball, Badminton, Rugby, Ultimate Frisbee, Dodgeball, and others! Also, our dance and yoga studio are regularly used, with yoga classes offered nine times a week, taught by both staff and students.


Intramural sports take place weekly in the RecPlex.

For the most current intramural schedule:
View the Athletics Recreation Schedules Spreadsheet on the Quest Portal.


Quest recognizes that a student's personal well-being is essential to his or her learning at university.

To address all health and wellness concerns, professional university staff members are available to direct students to resources, help resolve conflicts, and assist with any challenges that arise in students' daily lives and in their academic programs. Quest offers a variety of health and wellness services free of charge.

Join us weekday mornings for a Fitness Class at the Quest RecPlex Fitness Centre. Functional group training sessions, with Instructor, Recreation and Fitness Coordinator JF Plouffe (, are designed to maximize your strength, agility, and endurance. You will work on perfecting basic techniques and then evolve to more complex movements. Focus will be on performance and avoiding injury in physical activities.


Quest offers daily yoga classes for students.

Yoga can improve overall physical wellness, as well as help students manage stress and anxiety. Students can visit the student portal for the most up-to-date schedule of yoga classes. Our dance and yoga studio are regularly used, with yoga classes offered nine times a week, taught by both staff and students. 



Experience modern Japanese martial arts with Aikido.

Aikido Quest is a student and community organization dedicated to teaching the principles of Aikido, both on and off the mat.

Courses are free of charge and will be offered to students daily.

Aikido is often translated as "the way of unifying (with) life energy or as the way of harmonious spirit. The goal is to create an art that practitioners use to defend themselves, while also protecting their attacker from injury.