Campus Recreation

The Department of Campus Recreation is located in the RecPlex, at 2 Evanston Avenue. The RecPlex, which opened in January 2006, houses a state of the art recreation facility. Full-time undergraduate students are eligible to use the RecPlex with their UD Student ID. The facility may be used by graduate students who purchase a Campus Recreation Membership.

RecPlex Highlights

  • Main Gym with four full-sized wood basketball courts and three racquetball courts, one of which can be converted for squash;

  • MAC Gym with two rubberized courts surrounded by a professional grade dasher board system adequately sized to play a variety of sports including tennis, indoor soccer, basketball, volleyball and floor hockey;

  • Aquatic Center with a 25 yard eight lane lap pool, four-foot deep vortex leisure pool, diving well and an eight-person spa;

  • 35 ft. Rock Wall with included bouldering cave;

  • Fitness Studios A, B and C which are used for a variety of instructional and group fitness classes;

  • 10,000 sq. ft. Fitness Floor home to a wide variety of cardio machines and strength training stations;

  • Wellness Assessment Lab which offers services such as athletic training and personal training consultation;

  • Four lane 1/8 of a mile rubberized jogging track.

Programs and Facilities
Campus Recreation offers many programs and facilities for students including:

Intramural Sports
Campus Recreation provides a variety of Intramural activities in which anyone can find exercise surrounded by a spirit of fun and competition uniquely enhanced by our Marianist values. Activities include:

  • Softball

  • Flag Football

  • Battleship

  • Indoor and Outdoor Soccer

  • Volleyball and Sand Volleyball

  • Indoor and Outdoor Basketball

  • Dodgeball

  • Racquetball

  • Tennis

  • Floor Hockey

All students are invited to participate; ability is not important, just the desire to play. Please contact udcrintramurals@udayton.edu with questions.

Sport Clubs
Another popular feature of Campus Recreation is the Sport Club Program. Currently, there are 36 recognized Sport Clubs on campus. The Sport Club Program offers students the opportunity to participate in a highly organized activity, while at the same time learning and developing new skills. Anyone interested in joining a Sport Club is encouraged to come in and speak with the Assistant Director of Competitive Sports. 

Aquatics
Just for fun or with competition in mind, our Swim Instructors and Swim Lesson program will help anyone reach their goals! Age and ability make no difference; it is never too late to learn how to swim or refine one's skills.

Fitness Programs
Campus Recreation offers several programs to help students achieve healthy habits that will build a lifestyle of strength and wellness. Hit the gym with friends and participate in our Group Fitness Classes or small group sessions such as TRX. Personal Trainers can also create workouts to meet individual needs. 

Questions concerning open recreation hours and scheduled events may be secured from the Campus Recreation Main Office. For more information please visit our website or call 937-229-2731.