Department of Campus Recreation

The Department of Campus Recreation's facilities are open! General hours for the Student Recreation Center are below. More detailed hours for the various areas of the SRC can be found at our hours of operation.

Reservations are no longer required to use the Student Recreation Center and some cleaning closures have been eliminated.

▼   SRC Hours of Operation
Monday-Friday Time
Block 1 5:00am – 10:30am
Block 2 11:00am – 4:00pm
Block 3

4:30-9:00pm

Saturday Time
Block 1 8:00am – 1:30pm
Block 2

2:00-9:00pm

Sunday  Time
Block 1

12:00-9:00pm

▼   Available Facilities

The cardio theater, weight rooms, indoor pool, climbing wall, walking track, table tennis, corn hole, badminton and pool table are open. Racquetball courts are open with a maximum capacity of one person per court for individual practice. 

SouthFit group fitness classes are offered. Classes take place on the indoor soccer court.

Outdoor pool capacity is limited to 30 members in the pool and 50 members on the deck.

The locker rooms, multi-purpose courts, indoor soccer court (for play), smoothie bar, and Kids Play Zone remain closed. We will reopen those areas at a yet to be determined date.  

Outdoor facilities including the Jag Fitness Trail, Glenn Sebastian Nature Trail, and the disc golf course are open from dawn until dusk each day. The Lubel Tennis Courts are available from 6:00-9:00pm each day.

▼   FAQs

Are masks required? 

As per University guidelines for reopening, masks are required for all members of the Student Recreation Center before you are admitted into the building, in all transition areas, stairways, elevators, hallways, seating areas, walking track, climbing wall, office suite, and when exiting the building. Masks are also required on the indoor pool deck and back deck when unable to maintain social distancing of at least six feet. Masks are recommended but not required while actively participating in some fitness activities and are required for other fitness activities. Each individual area of the Student Recreation Center has signage detailing if masks are required or not, and with the maximum number of patrons allowed in that area.

Can guests come to the Student Recreation Center?

Not at this time. To control the risks of COVID-19 exposure to University employees, the Campus Reopening Committee has determined that, until further notice, no visitors or invited guests are allowed in buildings on the main campus. This does not include contractors and vendors who are required to be on campus to fulfill their obligations.