Parking Pay Station Machine is Out of Order. You may continue to park in the pay-by-space parking stalls in Lot M5 at the Recreation Center. No payment will be required in those stalls until further notice. You may park in the pay-by-space stalls for a maximum of 2 hours. If you remain parked for longer than 2 hours, ‘overtime parking’ tickets may be issued.
Register for Intramural Wiffleball. Registration ends October 30. League play runs November 5 - November 14. Team Fee: $30. Register Here!
Join us for a Moonlight Spooky Hike at the DeKalb Forest Preserve on October 29. Register with Outdoor Adventures today!
Anderson Pool is now open for regularly scheduled programming.
New Personal Training Room Opened with state-of-the art training and assessment equipment. Trainers help design a program that meets your needs. Contact Eric Appiah, Assistant Director of Fitness and Wellness to schedule your FREE one-on-one consultation.
New Residence Hall Fitness Room now open to all New Hall residents. Taking time for exercise is now more convenient that ever. Go to the Hours of Operation to view hours.
Outdoor Recreation Sports Complex began construction. Located to the west of Stevenson Halls, the new fields will include:
Building to access facility and provide pre-packaged concessions
Two covered patio areas
Three multi-purpose field areas
Two softball fields with one that adjust to a baseball field
Anticipated opening - Fall 2013
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Campus Recreation encourages and supports participation of individuals with disabilities in all programs and services. To facilitate opportunities for people with disabilities to engage in leisure pursuits together, Campus Recreation provides inclusion support services including, but not limited to, staff support, sign language interpreters, and adaptive equipment. Contact Campus Recreation to arrange for services.
All physical activities offered by Campus Recreation carry various degrees of risk for injury. Participants assume sole responsibility for any and all such risk or injury that may result due to voluntary participation. It is an individual’s responsibility to be knowledgeable about his or her own physical condition and ability to participate in any of the activities.