Move-N-Learns are Returning this Fall 2021!

A Move-N-Learn is a free, guided tour of a building or location on KU's beautiful campus!  Get some physical activity while learning something new!

For a better tour experience, registration is required prior to the tour. Please register on the link provided under the event you wish to attend.    

Earn a HealthQuest point for attending a Move-N-Learn.

Individuals seeking reasonable accomodations should contact Faculty and Staff Wellness at



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September - Campus Sculpture Tour (PDF)

  • Wednesday, September 15, 2021 from 12:10-12:50 pm
  •  Uncover secrets about sculptures found across the University of Kansas campus. This tour will be led by Saralyn Reece Hardy, Director of Spencer Museum of Art.
  • Meet at Spencer Museum of Art
  • Space is limited to 25 and registration is open.


Registering on MyTalent:

  1. Login to
  2. Click on “Learning”
  3. Where it says “Find Learning” type “move n learn”
  4. If more than one MNL’s appear, select the one that has “see offerings”. “ILT RECSERV-MNL [descriptive text related to event]”

Withdrawing registration on MyTalent:

  1. Login to
  2. Navigate to the My Learning Landing Page (Home -> Learning)
  3. In your “My Learning Assignments” tile, you should see your course selection.
  4. In the Call to Action area (top right of the item detail) you will see “Enrolled”. Select the down-pointing arrow and select “Withdraw”.



Membership to Ambler Student Recreation Fitness Center is not required to attend. 


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