The Department of Campus Recreation reports through the Division of Student Affairs and is primarily funded through the Student Activities Fee.
A valid UNCG ID card is required to enter recreation facilities, participate in recreation programs and check out equipment.
Student Recreation Center
The Student Recreation Center is an innovative recreation facility for UNCG students, faculty, staff, and alumni. The Campus Recreation administrative offices are located on the fourth floor of the Student Recreation Center. Special features of the Center include:
•Weight room and cardio areas
•3 Racquetball courts
•A three-court multi-purpose gym for basketball, volleyball, badminton, and indoor soccer
•Saunas and showers in each of the locker rooms
•Outdoor Adventures Center
•The Edge, a 38′ indoor climbing wall
Built in 1923, Rosenthal Pool is located on the second floor of the Health and Human Performance (HHP) Building. The pool has six lanes for lap swimming and a shallow end. Locker rooms are available for swimmers.
The Recreation Field is located next to the baseball stadium. This field is lighted for night play and serves the Intramural, Club Sports, and Informal Recreation programs.
Campus Recreation Courts and Irwin Belk Recreation Track
The outdoor basketball and volleyball courts are located just north of the Softball and Soccer Stadiums and west of Moore-Strong and Weil-Winfield Residence Halls. The Irwin Belk Recreation Track begins behind the Student Recreation Center and loops around the outdoor courts and pavilion, which are located behind the soccer stadium. Come and experience the park-like setting that’s ideal for students, faculty and staff to relax, play ball, walk or jog and enjoy the pavilion for lunch or a snack. The track is open during daylight hours seven days a week. The basketball and volleyball courts are lit until 10pm each night.
For court or pavilion reservations please contact the Department of Campus Recreation at 334-5924.
Twelve tennis courts with lights for night play are located next to the HHP building and are available to the University community for recreational play evenings and weekends when not being used for academic classes or by the varsity tennis teams.
Six golf practice greens are located on the north side of campus by the Campus Recreation Courts and Irwin Belk Recreation Track. This is a great place to sharpen your putting skills before heading to your favorite local golf course.