What is Campus Recreation?
Campus Recreation cultivates positive life-long learning through inclusive and valuable resources that empower our campus to achieve, develop leaders, and serve the global community at the highest level. We provide healthy lifestyle programs and fitness-enhancing activities for our members.
Who can use your facilities and services?
All registered students, faculty, and staff, including their families, and alumni can become Campus Recreation members. For information on becoming a member, visit Membership Eligibility.
Student and employee groups and the community at large can rent or host parties and events at Campus Recreation facilities. Examples include receptions, pool parties, healthy cooking demonstrations, and more.
What services does Campus Recreation provide?
The following are among the many services Campus Recreation provides:
- Group fitness
- Personal training
- Ice skating programs
- Swimming programs
- Intramural activities
- Club sports
- Climbing and adventure recreation
- Outdoor equipment rental
- Open recreation
- Facility rentals
- Healthy cooking programs
How much do Campus Recreation services and programs cost?
Costs vary based on the service provided. All registered students can use Campus recreation facilities at no cost. Faculty and staff can purchase memberships.
Additional services such as group fitness, personal training, Instructional Kitchen programs, and others require additional fees. For information about memberships costs, visit Membership Fees.
For information on specific program fees, visit Campus Recreation.
What are your hours?
Hours at the different facilities vary. For complete schedules, visit this link.
Where is Campus Recreation located?
Campus Recreation has several facilities on the campus, including:
- Activities and Recreation Center (ARC) – 201 East Peabody Drive, Champaign
- Campus Recreation Center East (CRCE) – 1102 West Gregory Drive, Urbana
- Ice Arena – 406 East Armory Avenue, Champaign
- Complex Fields (intramurals, club sports, open rec) – Corner of Florida & Lincoln Avenues, Urbana
- Outdoor Center Fields (intramurals, club sports, open rec) – Corner of First Street & Stadium Drive, Champaign
- Illini Grove – Corner of Lincoln and Pennsylvania Avenue, Urbana
How does Campus Recreation collaborate with the Well-Being Services?
Campus Recreation and Well-Being Services (CWS) collaborate on a number of programs, including the Nutritional Café, lunchtime walks, Instructional Kitchen programs, and more. Check the CWS events calendar for upcoming events.
How can I learn more about Campus Recreation?
Call (217) 244-3603 or email email@example.com.
Visit our website at www.campusrec.illinois.edu.