Campus Recreation Center
Centrally located on East Campus at the heart of the University, the Campus Recreation Center serves as a hub for student activity and engagement. More than 250,000 people use the 65,000-square-foot facility every year. The Campus Recreation Center offers more than six different fitness classes, an indoor track, racquetball and squash courts, a state-of-the-art fitness center and more.
For more information about naming opportunities, please contact Director of Athletic Development, Ted Priestly, in the Office of University Advancement at 978-934-4625 or Edward_Priestly@uml.edu.
Naming of the Campus Recreation Center - $5 million
Opened in 2002, the 65,000-square-foot Campus Recreation Center is a state-of-the-art recreational facility designed to meet the needs of the campus community.
Sports Center - $500,000 (1)
This multipurpose space offers three courts used by intramural and club sports programs as well as an indoor track. The sports center is the largest indoor space on campus and doubles as event space.
Fitness Center - $500,000 (1)
The 6,500-square-foot, two-floor fitness center is filled with state-of-the-art fitness equipment to satisfy both the inexperienced and experienced user. LifeFitness, Precor, Cybex and Concept II cardiovascular equipment is complemented by Bodymaster, LifeFitness and Iron Grip strength equipment.
Atrium - $250,000 (1)
The expansive atrium is located immediately as you enter on the first floor of the Campus Recreation Center. The space provides students with a meeting and lounge space and serves not only as the epicenter of the facility, but also as the starting point for all on-campus tours for prospective students and parents.
Outdoor Patio - $100,000 (1)
The central concourse of the building faces LeLacheur Stadium and Fox Hall. This central feature of the building is a meeting point for students, faculty and University guests. Events and programs are held in this open space throughout the year.
Indoor Track -$100,000 (1)
A 1/10-mile running track is suspended above the three multipurpose courts. The track can be used for walking and running. The seamless track surface also boasts banked turns to assist runners through the corners. Exercisers alternate directions every day.
Conference and Seminar Center - $100,000 (1)
The Conference and Seminar Center can host small groups of eight to 10 and meetings of 25 to 40.
Multipurpose Courts - $50,000 (3)
Three multipurpose courts are used for basketball, volleyball and badminton, as well as intramural sports competitions and club sport practices and games.
Aerobic Studio/Dance Studio - $50,000 (2)
Located on the second floor of the facility, both aerobic studios are equipped with state-of-the-art Bose sound systems with wireless microphones for instructors. Programs held in the studios include muscular conditioning, mind-body and aerobic-based group fitness classes such as Zumba, kickboxing, yoga, bootcamp, spin, abdominal workouts and Pilates. These studios are also used for instructional programs and club sports team practices including martial arts, capoeira fencing, dance and others. Studio 1 boasts over 2,000 square feet of activity space and studio 2 is more than 1,300 square feet.
Racquetball Courts - $50,000 (2)
Each court has glass back walls so action can be viewed from both the first and second floors of the building.
Squash Court - $50,000 (1)
The court has glass back walls so action can be viewed from both the first and second floors of the building.
Locker Rooms - $50,000 (2)
Locker room facilities are available to all patrons of the Campus Recreation Center and are equipped with showers and saunas. Lockers can be used on a daily basis.
Endowed Naming Opportunities
The Outdoor Adventure Program
supports the development of healthy, balanced lifestyles for the University community through outdoor recreation activities. The program provides fun and safe experiences and trips that develop technical skills and cultivate the personal development of participants and student staff. Programming is adjusted to every person's skill level in order to challenge each person to grow. Teamwork, skill development, personal growth and appreciation of the outdoors are promoted.
Club and intramural sports support the goal of providing students excellence in academics, athletics and activities. The program provides a variety of team-building options for students, providing enrichment to a vibrant population that has doubled in size since 2007.
help bridge the gap between intramural sports and varsity athletics, allowing participants to enjoy extramural competition without the pressures of highly structured varsity sports. Clubs are student-directed, with members assuming responsibility for organizing contests and fundraising activities, and are a great opportunity to develop leadership skills. Most club teams compete in leagues against other local and regional teams and some even compete nationally.
The intramural sports program
offers many semi-structured athletic options and tournaments each academic year, providing fun, competitive and rewarding opportunities to students who may not wish to take part in club or varsity sports.
The Intramural Cup is a tradition, begun in 2006, to encourage teams and individuals to participate in as many intramural activities as possible. To be eligible, teams must maintain the same team name for each league and tournament they register for throughout the year.