New Student Recreation Center (Opening: Fall 2016)
The Department of Campus Recreation is committed to UNCG’s vision of making a difference in the lives of our students and campus community. It is our belief that in everything we do, WE STRENGTHEN SPARTANS. In order to meet the unique and diverse needs of our students and members, Campus Recreation has evolved into a place where you can reflect deeper, play harder, grow stronger, explore farther, accomplish more, and enjoy life. But this was only the beginning. Over the next several months, we will redefine the recreation experience at UNCG. Welcome to the NEW STUDENT RECREATION CENTER.
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Student Recreation Center Features
The New Student Recreation Center will be more than twice the size of the current recreation center on campus. Featuring the concepts of Universal Design, it will be useable to the greatest extent possible by everyone regardless of age or ability. We will have enhanced capacity to accommodate high-demand activities such as cardiovascular fitness, group fitness, free weights, weight machines, and informal recreation. In addition to providing additional recreation space, this new facility will have the capacity to host large campus events such as concerts and job fairs as well as serve as a gathering and event space for student organizations and learning space for activity classes.
- Weight and Fitness area
- Fitness studios
- Three-court gym with wood floors and divider curtains
- Games and table tennis area
- Multi-Activity Court for indoor sports and special events
- TRX & cycle studios
- Two racquetball courts
- Meeting rooms and office space
- Weight & fitness areas
- Fitness assessment & personal training space
- Elevated three-lane jogging track (1/8 mile)
- Medium & large group fitness studios
- Roof patio for outdoor classes & events
- Mat room (for activities such as martial arts & wrestling)
In addition to these features, patrons will find family changing rooms and gender-inclusive restrooms throughout the facility.
In keeping with the University’s plans for the future, a new Student Recreation Center will be constructed as part of the Village Development Project on West Lee Street. This area includes the new Spartan Village residence halls and the new UNCG police station. Construction of the Student Recreation Center began in 2014, and will open in the Fall of 2016.
Please visit this site often for news and updates about the new UNCG Student Recreation Center!